The sound that these headphones produce is comparable to in-ear headphones, so you'll be able to get a good listening experience. These can also connect to two devices simultaneously via Bluetooth, so you'll be able to switch to different audio sources on the fly.
It'll be easier for you to switch between the Trekz Titanium's audio sources. These headphones can connect to two devices at the same time, and you can switch between sources at the press of a button. Other wireless bone conduction headphones can only connect to one at a time.
These headphones are built really well and should last you many uses. The transducer housings are made of high quality plastic, while the neckband features a titanium core with a silicone coating, so it is durable, lightweight and fairly flexible.
The sound that these headphones produce will not wow anyone. Bass is present but sounds quite loose while the mids and highs sound thin. With these, sound quality is compromised in favor of portability, convenience and added awareness of your surroundings.
Some experience a tingling sensation on their head, especially when listening at higher volumes. This can be attributed to the bone conduction tech, which uses the bone structure of the face for the sound waves to travel through.
You’ll be easier to see when using these for a run or walk at night. There are reflective strips on the earpieces and on the rear portion of the neckband, so you’ll be more visible to others. This can help improve safety while you are running or walking outdoors.