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headphone

[′hed‚fōn]
(engineering acoustics)
An electroacoustic transducer designed to be held against an ear by a clamp passing over the head, for private listening to the audio output of a communications, radio, or television receiver or other source of audio-frequency signals. Also known as phone.
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