Do you exercise or commute in magnificent isolation? Blocking-out ambient noise is the best way to immerse yourself in your music. If you’re working out in a gym then that’s all fine, but if you’re out on a run in an urban environment, or commuting through busy streets and stations, you do actually need to hear those cars and other people around you to avoid collisions.
Cue open-ear sport headphones like the Trekz Air, which do away not only with noise isolation, but with intrusive earbuds altogether.
While most manufacturers persist with technology that stresses noise isolation and cancellation, AfterShokz has bucked the trend by promoting situational awareness, and it does it using bone conduction.
The Trekz Air are a pair of wireless headphones that wrap around the back of your neck and AfterShokz, their manufacturer, are keen to stress that the technology has come on a lot, and now doesn’t mean sacrificing bass.
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