reach (one's) ears

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reach (one's) ears

To be heard by one eventually. If news of my mistake ever reaches the boss's ears, I'll definitely be in trouble.
See also: ear, reach

come to/reach somebody’s ˈears

hear about something, especially when other people already know about it: News of the affair eventually reached her ears.
See also: come, ear, reach
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Vector processing, run at high speed on the GPU of an embedded computer, performs Fourier analysis of your music as it streams then rebuilds it in real time to reach your ears with restored pitch, clarity, EQ, and balance.
Indeed, much of this music may never reach your ears. Radio today is more corporate, more conglomerated and more corrupt than at any time in history, as Jenny Toomey discusses on page 28.
That sudden explosion causes surrounding air molecules to pulsate outward like ocean waves until they reach your ears, which then translate the waves into an electrical message interpreted by your brain.
PhD student Peter Batchelor (above) of the university's music department, said: 'In architecture and sculpture, sounds are echoed, distorted and/or absorbed by the nearby walls and objects before they reach your ears. I thought I could seek to manipulate that distortion , to create what you might think of as a sculpture in sound.'
A rock star's look has always been the advance wave of his or her sound, the early-warning system of what is about to reach your ears. Madonna's sly boy-toy style signaled her postfeminist enjoyment of being a gift.