|Special Features||Lightweight, Noise Cancellation, Microphone Feature|
|Mounting Hardware||1 x Headphone, 1 x Pouch, 1 x USB Cable|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over Ear|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Item model number||AS600CR|
|Product Dimensions||13.46 x 6.6 x 16.51 cm|
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Aftershokz AS600CR Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphone, Canyon Red
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- Titanium wraparound headband is lightweight and flexible for durability and portability
- Premium pitch plus guarantees a premium audio experience, including wide dynamic range and rich bass
- Enjoy six hours of continuous music and calls on a single charge
- EQ pre-sets boost bass and reduce vibration on the go
- Dual noise cancelling microphones exclude surrounding noise, effectively enhancing speech
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The lightweight and comfortable Titanium wireless stereo headphones are the safest alternative to traditional sport headphones and earbuds. Bone conduction technology, an open ear design and a suite of convenient features deliver premium music play and crystal clear calling without compromise. Designed with athletes in mind, Titanium are sweat- proof, secure and will allow you to hear your surroundings, No matter where life takes you. Specifications: speaker type: bone conduction transducers, frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz, sensitivity: 100 ± 3dB, microphone: -40dB ± 3dB, Bluetooth version: v4.1, compatible profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP, wireless range: 33 ft. (10m), battery: rechargeable lithium ion, continuous play: 6 hours, standby time: 10 days, charge in: 1.5 hours, weight: 1.27 oz. (36g).
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For the reasons listed below, I think this is the best "cyborg"-style audio interface to the brain available. There are limitations and it's not "one headset to rule them all", but overall I'm quite happy and if you took mine today I'd buy another tomorrow.
- For most use cases (and any casual listening), audio quality is just fine. Frequency perception across the spectrum will never be as consistent as headphones designed foremost for AQ, but you'll only be disappointed if you A/B them with a set of monitors or audiophile headphones.
- The headset doesn't block your hearing. If you play music much louder than ambient sounds, then ambient sounds still get hard to hear, i.e. your situational awareness still suffers proportional to listening volume, but less so than for normal headphones. I still usually hear cars approaching from behind while cycling.
- It feels more "natural" to talk on the phone with this than with obstructing headphones or earbuds, because you hear the sound of your own voice normally.
- This headset is 100% compatible with glasses and helmet straps, and it's easiest if you put on the headset after everything else. (You may have issues if the temple arms of your glasses are especially thick, but I don't.)
- The headset is plenty comfortable to wear for a few hours; I wear it in anticipation of a phone call. (Like anything worn on the head, you'll eventually you'll want to take it off.)
- The rubber-coated "spring" connecting the two halves is pretty durable as advertised. It got bent a little out of shape from traveling in a backpack, and I bent it back. The included case is soft-sided and probably doesn't make much difference.
- I've owned several "glitchy" bluetooth devices and this isn't one of them. Turn it on and your paired computer/tablet/phone connects right away.
Some awesome, unexpected use cases:
- Voice directions for GPS navigation while cycling -- much better and safer than looking down at a navigation display.
- Videoconferencing via Google Hangouts and the like -- I've given 2-hour remote presentations wearing them, and they are barely noticable on camera.
- Sometimes I'll use it while driving instead of the car audio system, and when I get where I'm going, I step out and walk away with no interruption in the audio or having to fidget with anything.
- The microphone doesn't handle background or wind noise well. It's OK for phone conversations while driving, but people can't hear me while I'm washing dishes. Wind from forward motion greater than about 5-8 MPH also drowns out the microphone, so, walking on the phone is fine but cycling on the phone doesn't work.
- Forward motion greater than ~15-18 MPH catches enough wind noise to drown out the headphones, even at high listening volumes. As a cyclist, this is fine for commuting and mountain biking, but on fast road stretches I hear mostly wind.
- At high volumes the drivers vibrate your face a lot at certain bass frequencies. I notice this most when listening to a podcast with a lot of bass in the recording. The equalizer has two settings, 'less bass' and 'more bass', and sometimes switching to 'less bass' mitigates the vibration.
- When there is a constantly high ambient noise floor (e.g. on an aircraft), it's hard to hear whatever you're listening to, even at high volumes. You can put in earplugs(!) to shut this out, and your audio will sound clearer yet bassier. Noise isolating headphones are really better for flying.
- Sometimes changing the equalizer setting seems to have no effect, which could be a firmware bug or just my unsophisticated ears.
- There is some external audio leakage which gets worse at moderate-to-high volumes. It's not bad enough to annoy people in an office if you're listening at volumes that allow you to hear someone trying to get your attention.
- Multipoint pairing doesn't work. It will remember multiple paired devices but only ever connect to one at a time. If you want to connect your computer you need to disconnect your phone first.
- You get about 10 minutes of warning before the battery dies. This isn't a big deal because the battery life is pretty long and quick to charge, thankfully with the same micro-USB cable that everything else uses.
You may ask "why four stars with all these issues?" They're all manageable/minor annoyances or corner cases. I also feel that we should support unproven, promising new technolgies that may improve everyone's lives, especially when developed by non-megacorps. With that perspective, perhaps I'm more likely to forgive little issues. Looking forward to see how much better these get in a few years.
I have a big head so the fit is a little snug which is awesome for those hard splints during my run. If you have a smaller head that might be fine too because they come with an add-on piece to compensate for it. (But I can't really review it because I couldn't use it)
The charge last at least four hours, It might last more but i ended up charging it after 4 hours of use.
I bought these in June 2017 and they finally broke on January 2018. I am very sad by this because these are some really awesome headphones. It didn't even last a full year of durability test or regular use and by regular use I mean that I use them everywhere and all the time even when I am not working out. If you have the money to blow for some great sounding headphones that might not last as long as other go for it but be ready to buy several of them.
I also want to note that these headphones did not fall off my XL head during heavy impact exercises.
I read a bunch of reviews and decided on these.
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. Forget it. You cant tune out the sound vibrating through your jaw.
And finally, the batteries life span did not last. I bought these in March and now they are in the trash. They stopped pairing with any bluetooth device about a month ago. Troubleshooting methods from the aftershock site did no good.
I do NOT recommend these headphones.
Update: I tried to continue to use these since I spent the money. (I couldn't just throw $$$ in the trash) the temple cover on one side completely fell off and I have tried and tried but can not get it back on. Keep in mind that I rarely worked our with them but mostly worked with them on. Not sweaty, not rigours type work either. Now they fail to connest, have a short battery life and one side has no cover. Demoted to 0 stars.