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Has anyone heard of converting the ear speaker to create Stereo sound

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  1. buck9262

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    There is on the internet many articleson how to create a stereosound using the ear pierce..doesthis work as many claim to have done?
     

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    The earphones should already be stereo...
     
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    Never heard of that, ever
     
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    Even if it is possible... Having a secondary weak speaker so close to the main one isn't going to give any decent stereo.... So you'd just end up losing that channel all together.
     
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    Is the bottom speaker stereo as it plays both left and right channels
     
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    If a single speaker plays both left and right channels that's mono (no separation between the channels).
     
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    I use 3 rolls of scotch tape, 4 pieces of construction paper (preferably blue for the best sound), a razor, 3 whiskers from a feral feline, and 2 cored apples, a sting, and 2 tin cans to create the stereo effect.


    ...In all seriousness though, almost all headphones are stereo. There are very fer mono-ear pieces, and those are for specific uses where only one earpiece is being used. While a lot of phones tout "stereo sound", technically the internal speaker is a mono system, with very few exceptions that have a true separated left and right channel.. There is no way to modify a phone to have an internal stereo speaker system. Even if you could add a speaker internally it would be using the same mono channel, and would cause issues with phase, not to mention create an impedance mismatch.
     
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