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Technical college students at a major US engineering school say they’ve been forced to resort to using headphones in their dorms because of problems with the sound coming from their dorm room speakers.
The problem stems from the way students use the microphones in their rooms, and how much of a difference the sound makes in the room.
The problem stems, in part, from the sound quality of students’ rooms, according to a video by the University of Southern California’s Rodeo Institute that has gone viral.
The video shows a group of engineering students discussing the use of headphones in a dorm room.
The students say they use the soundproofed rooms because it’s more comfortable.
“I really want to get the sound right,” one student said.
“We’re just not sure yet if it will work or not.”
The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times on YouTube and has garnered more than 200,000 views on Facebook.
The soundproofing issue isn’t new to students at the Rodeos.
Last year, students at Purdue University in Indiana found that their rooms were being damaged by the vibrations from their rooms’ speakers.
The Rodeoes’ technology for improving sound quality comes from the company Audio Technica, which offers headphones with built-in speakers.
In a statement, Rodeolabs founder Jim Wilson said the company has worked with schools for years to develop soundproof rooms.
“We’re proud to offer our products and services to our students,” Wilson said.
The company, which makes a range of products for home and office use, is not the only company to offer soundproof housing.
Microsoft and Samsung offer sound-absorbing soundproof units, and some home-computer manufacturers, like Dell and Apple, offer soundless homes.
Wilson said Rodeols soundproof soundproof speakers, which are similar to the ones used by schools, will be available to schools this summer.
He said they are designed for students who are between the ages of 14 and 18.
Wilson also said Rodes soundproof speaker can be used in a wide variety of rooms, including dorm rooms, dorm rooms with soundproof windows, classrooms, and living rooms.
He did not say how much money students would be paying for the new speakers.