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Ludbeat - Bone Conduction Headphones

These are headphones with bone conduction technology, sound is transmitted by vibrating the temporal bone of the human skull, leaving the outer ear canal open. Sound through vibrations is directly transmitted to the inner ear through the bone.

Anyone used bone conduction headphones? I wonder are these really safer?
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Re: Ludbeat - Bone Conduction Headphones

Reply #1
I've never tried them, but I have been interested in similar products. I can't help but feel the audio quality must be terrible - how are they dealing with high frequencies?!

Re: Ludbeat - Bone Conduction Headphones

Reply #2
I have a pair of bone conduction hp, I use these when riding bicicle in urban traffic, so I am aware of the rest of the world.
Another case of use: when I'm working at night (retirement house, elder people calls or someone can try an evasion)
Audio quality is nothing special, really. Better than nothing though

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