- How do you wear an AfterShokz Aeropex?
- Can bone conduction headphones cause hearing loss?
- Are AfterShokz Aeropex waterproof?
- Can you adjust AfterShokz?
- Can you talk on the phone with AfterShokz?
- Can you wear sunglasses with AfterShokz?
- Are AfterShokz headphones dangerous?
- Which AfterShokz is best?
- Are bone conduction headphones better for your ears?
How do you wear an AfterShokz Aeropex?
They should be resting in front of your ears, not on them.
Depending on the size and shape of your head, the headband may pull tight across your hair, or it may droop down below the neckline.
Can bone conduction headphones cause hearing loss?
Yes. Bone conduction headphones are safe to wear. The technology has been used by audiologists in the development of hearing aid devices since the 1970s. Prolonged listening through personal devices at unsafe volumes can cause permanent hearing loss regardless of how that sound is delivered to the cochlea.
Are AfterShokz Aeropex waterproof?
For those who take physical activity to a deeper level, Aeropex are completely sweatproof and waterproof, submersible up to one meter deep for thirty minutes (IP67 rated).
Can you adjust AfterShokz?
You can jump between the two EQ settings by following these instructions: Start with your AfterShokz headphones on and music playing. Press and hold the Power/Volume+ button and the Volume- button. Audrey will say “Equalization Changed”
Can you talk on the phone with AfterShokz?
Trekz Titanium How To: Phone Call Edition. With the AfterShokz Trekz Titanium headphones, not only can you enjoy great music and listen to interesting podcasts, you can have long conversations with your family and friends too! Our Bluetooth headphones have dual noise-cancelling mics so you can make and take calls.
Can you wear sunglasses with AfterShokz?
Is it possible to wear AfterShokz with glasses and sunglasses? Yes. For the best fit, we recommend putting your AfterShokz on first, and slipping your glasses or sunglasses into place.
Are AfterShokz headphones dangerous?
Yes. Bone conduction headphones are safe to wear. The technology has been used by audiologists in the development of hearing aid devices since the 1970s. Bone conduction headphones may be considered unsafe if you were to listen through them at high volumes, but this is also true of regular headphones and earbuds.
Which AfterShokz is best?
Comparison: The Best Bone Conduction Headphones
|AfterShokz Aeropex||best overall More info||8 hours|
|AfterShokz Trekz Air||runner-up More info||7 hours|
|AfterShokz Trekz Titanium||best value More info||6 hours|
|Vidonn F1||More info||6 hours|
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Are bone conduction headphones better for your ears?
Because the bone conduction headset does not cut the user off from the environment, it is considered safer than air conduction alternatives. Additionally, there is no damage from stimulus intensity and/or the constant ear insertion ear buds and other types of insert headphones.