Monthly Archives: February 2014

bluetooth stereo adapter

A Hands-Free Life with Gadgets

It’s fun to listen to music without having to carry your gadget every time you walk around. Such a headset is nice to own, especially if you’re an audiophile. All you have to do is to turn on the Bluetooth function to connect the headphones to your player. From there, you’ll be able to do the following:

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Hands-Free Calls

Use your Bluetooth audio adapter to answer your phone. This will let you perform chores while reporting about the meeting you had yesterday or coordinating with colleagues about a specific task.

High-Class Entertainment

Some songs and movies are hard to hear because of a problem with the volume settings. When this happens, plug in your Bluetooth stereo adapter to listen better. Doing so will let you hear those mumbled words and finally understand the context.

Educational Clips

Podcasts and speeches from TED and other organizations can be inspiring to hear. Start off a daily habit with a headset that will let you hear the speakers clearly. This will enrich your knowledge about different topics important to you.

Think about getting a trusty pair of Bluetooth-enabled headphones for yourself so you can multitask as you listen to your music or take important calls.

References:

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/bluetooth-headset-work-57165.html
http://lifehacker.com/5831608/how-to-use-a-bluetooth-headset-with-your-phone
http://www.outdoortechnology.com/Shop/Adapt/

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Safety Tips: Extra Safety for Children with Hearing Loss

Even though the best hearing aids help children with hearing loss deal well with the impairment, safety precautions are still necessary. With that said, here are some tips for ensuring the safety of children with hearing loss:

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Fire Safety Tips

  • If your child can’t hear warning sounds or alarms, install a flashing strobe light and vibrating smoke alarm in their bedroom and on each level of your home. Once installed, practice the feel of the vibrating alarm with your child, and talk about the steps they should take when it goes off.
  • Appoint a person your child can contact if either you or your spouse is injured during a fire.
  • Have a fire escape plan for your house and places, such as schools, stores, and theaters. Talk about and practice the plan with your family on a regular basis, including going to a special meeting place outside your house in the event of a fire.
  • Make sure all the adults and older children in the house know the proper use of the fire extinguisher.

Choking Safety Tips

  •  Even the best children’s hearing aid may pose as a choking hazard to very young children. To reduce the risk, store the device and the batteries in a tamper proof box and out of your child’s reach.
  • Teach your child to keep their hearing aid away from smaller children if you have an older child using the device.
  • Teach the children in your household that a hearing aid is not a toy.

There are other safety tips designed for children with hearing loss. Learn more about these to make sure your child is extra safe no matter the situation.

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Best Things to Do at the Rocks

The Rocks is a key tourist destination in Sydney. Located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, it features a long stretch of fashion, souvenir, and craft shops, themed and historic pubs, historical buildings, and restaurants featuring local and international cuisines. Find accommodation within the district and treat yourself to a day of strolling and sightseeing.

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Stroll by the Bay

Book accommodation in The Rocks and wake up to the stunning view of the Sydney Opera House and the central business district. Stroll by the Sydney Harbour and pass through historical buildings and a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars until you reach the bridge. The Express Climb, a popular tourist experience in the city, lets you climb the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sample Local and International Cuisines

The Rocks offers restaurants where you can sample local and international cuisines. Try the famous hamburger with beetroot, crab sticks, Barramundi, grilled kangaroo, and seafood pizza. Yoshii, a small restaurant located in Harrington Street, serves traditional Japanese food, such as sushi, sashimi, and teriyaki chicken.

Meet New Friends at the Argyle

The Argyle is the centre of nightlife of The Rocks, attracting locals and tourists looking for drinks and new friends. Enjoy vibrant music and dance with friends to the exposed brick, sandstone, and original cobblestones in the courtyard.

Resources:
http://www.mysheriffau.com/profile/bed-and-breakfast/sydney/3043281/
http://travel.cnn.com/sydney/eat/40-foods-australians-call-their-own-651613