AfterShokz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones Black AS600BK 2.3 Review

By | May 10, 2020

AfterShokz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones Black AS600BK 2.3 Reviews

BONE CONDUCTION TECHNOLOGY – Our bone conduction technology and Open Fit design delivers music through your cheekbones, ensuring your ears remain completely open to ambient sounds for maximum situational awareness during long-term wear. Bluetooth connectivity – modern wireless headphones with Bluetooth V4. 1 connectivity and convenient multipoint pairing compatible with your iOS and Android Bluetooth-ready smartphones or tablets and Mac and PC computers and laptops. Designed for long wear – Titanium wraparound headbands are lightweight and flexible to ensure maximum comfort during extended wear. Combined with a long battery life, This compact, slim fit allows you to enjoy continuous music and calls for six hours at a time. QUALITY SOUND – Innovative Aftershocks headphones deliver a premium audio experience. With Premium Pitch technology that delivers a wide dynamic range and rich bass, and Leaks layer technology to significantly reduce natural sound leakage, you are ensured the best on-the-go audio. Ultimate durability – our IP55 certified Sport headphones repel sweat, dust and moisture throughout your indoor or outdoor exercise routine. These sturdy workout headphones withstand your most strenuous running, cycling, and more! Eq presets reduce vibration.


3 thoughts on “AfterShokz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones Black AS600BK 2.3 Review


wxNiX says:

The volume gets seriously loud so you can choose to either muffle out sound when you are running, biking or just hanging around.They even come with ear plugs so if you really want to drown people out you can.I paid full price direct from AfterShokz.Not only am I interested in using them listening to music while im working out, but even more-so with the ability to have a clear conversation on the phone.I bought these so that I could hear traffic and other surrounding sounds while running.For that, they are okay.After 30 days covering:– 16 road bike rides – 21 hours in the saddle– 318 milesThis deserves nothing less than 5 stars.Highlights:– quality construction and feel– can hear music without issue up to 20 mph, 50/50 at 25 mph and not much above 30 mph but that’s due to wind noise but is irrelevant for me because those speeds are just on steeper downhill sections– long battery life (I’ve listened up to 3.First if you wear you hair in a pony tail, you may have to place it over top the ponytail not under it.Second, dont be fooled, even though these headphones are to allow you hear outside noises, while in use.The audio quality is great and they are nearly unbreakable.I love to wear these along with over-the-ear headphones so that I can listen to an audiobook on my Aftershokz and supply a soundtrack for the audiobook via a guitar/amp/over-the-ear headphone arrangement.The plastic is supposed to be sweat proof, but moisture got under and made it bubble up and peel off. About 20 years ago, I met the owner of AquaThought Labs, who, I believe to be the original patent-holder for "ultrasound bone conduction headphones" At least, it was the first time I had ever experienced the tech.An early prototype had the transducers placed on the occipital and parietal bones, as well as the zygomatic – and were capable of Surround sound.I was so excited I could not stop listening.I have never heard in stereo until I purchase the headphones.I found that a collar causes the band that goes behind your head to shift.With a collarless t-shirt & and later with my collared work shirt.

gross says:

The volume gets seriously loud so you can choose to either muffle out sound when you are running, biking or just hanging around.They even come with ear plugs so if you really want to drown people out you can.I paid full price direct from AfterShokz.Not only am I interested in using them listening to music while im working out, but even more-so with the ability to have a clear conversation on the phone.I bought these so that I could hear traffic and other surrounding sounds while running.For that, they are okay.After 30 days covering:– 16 road bike rides – 21 hours in the saddle– 318 milesThis deserves nothing less than 5 stars.Highlights:– quality construction and feel– can hear music without issue up to 20 mph, 50/50 at 25 mph and not much above 30 mph but that’s due to wind noise but is irrelevant for me because those speeds are just on steeper downhill sections– long battery life (I’ve listened up to 3.First if you wear you hair in a pony tail, you may have to place it over top the ponytail not under it.Second, dont be fooled, even though these headphones are to allow you hear outside noises, while in use.The audio quality is great and they are nearly unbreakable.I love to wear these along with over-the-ear headphones so that I can listen to an audiobook on my Aftershokz and supply a soundtrack for the audiobook via a guitar/amp/over-the-ear headphone arrangement.The plastic is supposed to be sweat proof, but moisture got under and made it bubble up and peel off. About 20 years ago, I met the owner of AquaThought Labs, who, I believe to be the original patent-holder for "ultrasound bone conduction headphones" At least, it was the first time I had ever experienced the tech.An early prototype had the transducers placed on the occipital and parietal bones, as well as the zygomatic – and were capable of Surround sound.I was so excited I could not stop listening.I have never heard in stereo until I purchase the headphones.I found that a collar causes the band that goes behind your head to shift.With a collarless t-shirt & and later with my collared work shirt.

VKhAzP says:

The volume gets seriously loud so you can choose to either muffle out sound when you are running, biking or just hanging around.They even come with ear plugs so if you really want to drown people out you can.I paid full price direct from AfterShokz.Not only am I interested in using them listening to music while im working out, but even more-so with the ability to have a clear conversation on the phone.I bought these so that I could hear traffic and other surrounding sounds while running.For that, they are okay.After 30 days covering:– 16 road bike rides – 21 hours in the saddle– 318 milesThis deserves nothing less than 5 stars.Highlights:– quality construction and feel– can hear music without issue up to 20 mph, 50/50 at 25 mph and not much above 30 mph but that’s due to wind noise but is irrelevant for me because those speeds are just on steeper downhill sections– long battery life (I’ve listened up to 3.First if you wear you hair in a pony tail, you may have to place it over top the ponytail not under it.Second, dont be fooled, even though these headphones are to allow you hear outside noises, while in use.The audio quality is great and they are nearly unbreakable.I love to wear these along with over-the-ear headphones so that I can listen to an audiobook on my Aftershokz and supply a soundtrack for the audiobook via a guitar/amp/over-the-ear headphone arrangement.The plastic is supposed to be sweat proof, but moisture got under and made it bubble up and peel off. About 20 years ago, I met the owner of AquaThought Labs, who, I believe to be the original patent-holder for "ultrasound bone conduction headphones" At least, it was the first time I had ever experienced the tech.An early prototype had the transducers placed on the occipital and parietal bones, as well as the zygomatic – and were capable of Surround sound.I was so excited I could not stop listening.I have never heard in stereo until I purchase the headphones.I found that a collar causes the band that goes behind your head to shift.With a collarless t-shirt & and later with my collared work shirt.

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