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Bone conduction headphones

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WA
Jul 2018
6:08pm, 16 Jul 2018
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WA
Hi. Has anyone used these for spoken word (eg podcasts) rather than music? Do they work? Which brand would you recommend?
I'm thinking of getting a wireless set. Thanks
Jan 2019
10:53pm, 18 Jan 2019
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RunningRonnie
Yeah. I love mine. Aftershokz Trekz titanium.
WA
Jan 2019
12:06am, 19 Jan 2019
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WA
Thanks! Do they work well for podcasts as well as music?
Jan 2019
7:13am, 19 Jan 2019
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RunningRonnie
Yeah, I use both. Podcasts are clear and music doesn't sound tinny. Comfortable too, unless you want to wear a hat. Then they get in the way a little.
WA
Jan 2019
9:24am, 19 Jan 2019
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WA
Great, thx
Mar 2019
9:20pm, 6 Mar 2019
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Bobbyboy
Love my Afterskokz Titanium’s. For music and podcasts.
3 Feb
7:21pm, 3 Feb 2020
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SteveCRunner
Aftershokz Trekz Air for me. Used exclusively for audiobooks and podcasts. I wouldn’t be without them.

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