- Nov 13, 2014
Sensitivity determines how much voltage or power is required to drive the headphones to a particular loudness. Impedance determines the amount of current they will draw. A pure bluetooth headphone has everything built in, done correctly you are good to go, otherwise you have a turkey. When using a bluetooth adapter with an external headphone then all of this technical mumbo jumbo is important because the adapter must be able to drive your headphones and do so properly.
Very very interesting point...
So, the impedance is like the resistance?
Something like this?
For other electrical stuff I knew that it was the ampere to determine how much power does a device suck.
Not to abuse of you but, as I am sick in bed with nothing else to do but I have no energy to read tons of google results instead of two lines of you, could you also explain how the impedance relates to the amperes? Please?