FrankM posted:DenverBrian posted:
I am not sure I am the target market for this sort of thing. I listen to music mostly on mp3 format while either running or riding a road bike on bone conducting headphones. By the time the sound hits my brain I imagine 95% of the greatness of the upgrade is lost.
Aftershokz bone conduction headphones are great, very light, pretty good bass & sound for the type, also. I don't like the ones in my ear, don't have to worry about them staying on.
Those are the kinds I have as well. Much safer when running and biking than in-ear headphones which is why I use them but with the ambient road/trail/traffic noise it's not like I am getting a hi-fi experience with them (which is good because I also need to be paying attention to my surroundings).