Bone conduction headphones: could they settle the argument about listening to music during races?

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6:06pm, 17 Mar 2014
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What about tiny speakers which could be implanted in your teeth and then when you opened your mouth it would be like there was a whole band in there?

(They would work on Bluetooth, of course.)

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Bone conduction headphones "allow users to hear their music clearly while still being aware of their surroundings".

Article: guardian.co.uk

Manufacturer's page: chilli-tech.com

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