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What about Micro USB cabels for data transfers and Audio Cables, you know the 3.5mm audio cabel for headphone jacks?
The fancy once have much better sound and noise cancellation, they are worth it if you're an audiophile.
Is it all just because they're "dessigned" byr Dre and announced with Bieber's face? Or do they sound soo good? Or maybe is it because the speakers will absolutely never be blown? I'm really clueless regarding what makes them so expensive.
If it's quality you're looking for, there are professional headphones out there that goes for about $1000, so I higly doubt the price is because "they're the best headphones in the world".
I get what you're saying, but that's not quite the case. First of all, there is this thing called noise. Perhaps you've heard of it? Crappy wires pick it up and can screw with the data transmission. This was more of a problem with analog circuits, but digital circuits are prone as well. So, good shielding is nice.
Also, wires have this property where they tend to drop parts of the signal the longer they are. Ethernet cables are strictly for binary data, and even those need a repeater after about 100 ft. But better wires ma...
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