Don't Be Intimidated
Sure, a sound-emitting machine sounds complicated, but we can help you understand!
You're probably thinking, "Whoa! A machine that turns an ear music machine like my MP3 player or laptop into a loud air music machine? Do I need to be some sort of biologist to use this thing?!?"
The answer is no! In fact, this OnBeat AIR Speaker Dock is really easy! In fact, the reason you're nervous to begin with probably isn't the AirPlay technology that gives you wireless remote access to your entire iTunes 10 music collection or the powerfully tuned digital audio path.
No, you're probably intimidated because sound itself is so mysterious. Well, we're here to help! That's right, here's everything you need to know about sound:
1. Sound is like food, except you don't put it in your mouth; you put it in your ears. With that being said, getting sound in your mouth is way less embarrassing than getting food in your ear.
2. In fact, there's no avoiding getting some sound in your mouth, because the ears and the throat ARE connected. But that doesn't mean you need to wear ear plugs while you're eating. Sounds won't mess up the taste of your food, because food and sounds don't mix. Kind of like water and vinegar, except those two things can sort of mix, so maybe it's more like water and horn noises.
3. Speaking of: before horns were invented, the sound of spitting just sounded like spitting. Now spitting can sound like music, but that doesn't mean you should spit in public and expect people to put money in your guitar case. Show some friggin' manners!
4. There is sound that's too loud for people to listen to, just like there's food that's too big for people to eat. Like, for example, you shouldn't try to eat a whole pineapple - unless you're that guy Gary that we met at that party that time; he had a jaw thing where he could swallow an uncut pineapples whole. But the point is, we can't all have ears like Gary's jaw, so we need to cut up pineapple-sized sounds with volume buttons for safety.
Well, that's about all there is! You have just completed a crash course in sound! No, you can't become a scientist now, but you sure can SOUND like one!
What's that noise you hear now? It's the sound of your own laughter!