1. Bone conduction headphones and how they work?
Compared to traditional earphones, which transmit sound waves to the ear through air, bone earphones transmit sound waves directly to the inner ear through vibrations. This is achieved by avoiding the eardrum altogether, and instead transmitting sound waves through the skull to the cochlea.
Because it avoids the eardrum, it's an excellent solution for the hearing-impaired.
The tiny transducers used in bone conduction headphones are now located on or in the bone behind the ear. When you play music or make a phone call, sound waves travel through your skull to your inner ear. These open-back headphones are great for active people who want to stay connected while exercising or running because they're very stable and comfortable.
But that's not all. Bone conduction headphones are also flexible and safe because there is no chance of them getting wet or touching your skin. Plus, since they're wireless, you can keep communicating even if your phone is out of reach.
2. Benefits of Bone Conduction Headphones
Here are some advantages of using wireless bone conduction headphones:
Bone conduction headphones are much more comfortable to wear than traditional headphones because they don't seal off your ears. It's a great option for people who wear glasses or can't fit earbuds in. It's also a great option for those who need to keep an eye on their surroundings or who are listening to audiobooks.
Reliable full-core upgrade, compared with the old Bluetooth 5.0, the signal stability and anti-interference ability are greatly improved, and the standby power consumption is lower.
Bone conduction headphones are more flexible than traditional headphones because they attach to the headband. Additionally, bone conduction headphones are considered an excellent choice for individuals who regularly engage in sports such as cycling or running.
Open-back headphones are safer than regular headphones because they allow you to keep an eye on your surroundings. This helps increase security as any warnings or threats may still be heard. Also, if you have hearing loss and/or wear hearing aids, bone conduction headphones are an excellent option for you to consider. On the other hand, traditional earbuds and headphones can obscure or interfere with hearing aids, but bone conduction headphones do not have this problem.
Bone conduction headphones offer a better connection than traditional headphones because they attach to the headband.
Second, consider what you're using the headset for. If you plan to use them primarily at home, comfort may be more important to you than sound quality. Stability and durability are essential if you plan to use them for exercise or running.
Finally, consider your budget. Headphones range in price from very low to very high. Choose the option that best suits your needs and budget.
How to use bone conduction headphones?
Music is delivered to your inner ear through your cheekbones and the earphones placed in front of your ears. It's a brilliant solution for those who are hard of hearing or want to listen to music in private.
So if you're looking for a new headphone that's as functional as it is stylish, the Bluetooth Bone Conduction RR SPORTS® AC890 Headphones are a solid choice.