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Bluetooth Headphones Has Chinese Accented Voice Say On and Off/ English Accented Voice Say Connected and Disconnected

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This isn't a problem but it's something I'm wondering about.

I got some Sennheiser HD 4.40 Bluetooth headphones that I like a lot, and it has the usual recorded voices that say "on" and "off" when you turn it on or off and "connected" or "disconnected" when the Bluetooth is connected or disconnected. The recorded voices are female, but the strange thing is that the voice saying on or off sounds Chinese, with a thick accent, sounding like "powa off" or "powa on", but the voice that says connected or disconnected is another female and sounds English, sounding a lot like Hermione in the Harry Potter movies. It's no big deal, but I'm just curious why one sounds Chinese and the other one sounds English. Anybody know? It's really strange to me.

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I reckon it's the Chinese spying on your every move via Bluetooth 😁

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Hey now, I use Google assistant on my phone a lot, so watch your mouth. 😛

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