Speakers, Implanted
'Implanted Speakers' are not actually external musicboxes, speakers, or earphones but are direct neural interface devices that provide inputs directly to the auditory nerves. Used to preserve privacy, or to access frequencies or volumes that would otherwise be imperceptible or that might damage unprotected ears. The most common use is recreational.

Yeah, you can listen to BWB [an anti-splice tekmetal group called Baselines With Balls] at 6000dB without ever having to worry about ear damage!
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Development Notes
Text by Ernst Stavro Blofeld
revised by Stephen Inniss
Initially published on 19 February 2002.