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Connectivity with source devices is via Bluetooth, so in place of a full headphone cable is a flexible, soft and short cord made of rubber material that keeps the earpieces connected. You won't have to deal with a long and dangling cable. See More
The highs are not the most detailed, but they are clear and do give an airy feel to the music. The mids are full and forward so vocals will definitely sound great. Bass is hit or miss though, depending on how well these headphones seal in your ear. If there is a good seal then bass is punchy and tight though not very powerful. Otherwise, it is likely that the bass will sound a bit on the thin side. See More
While these headphones allow you stay aware of your surroundings, this also means that a lot of environmental sound will get in the way of your music. If you want to zone-in on your audio while running or working out then these may not be the best ones for you. See More
The BTS Pro ear cups sit on the ears with hooks keeping them in place. The flexible connecting band provides good clamping force and can adjust to your head size with continued use. Combined with cushioning on the cups, these are comfortable to wear and will stay in place. See More
66 Audio's Motion Control iOS App gives users added functionality, including EQ control and presets selection, battery status indicator, and even headphone position tracking. These features can improve the listening experience and also minimize the chances of you losing these headphones. See More
The right ear cup of the BTS Pro features buttons for controlling headphone features. You can play/pause tracks, increase/decrease volume as well as answer/end calls by pressing the corresponding buttons, negating the need to pull out your phone to do so. See More
The high frequencies are what define this headphone's sound signature. The highs are clear and with good detail to them, which make these a good choice if you prefer sports headphones with detailed sound. The mids and bass are recessed, but they are still present enough to give some body to the sound. See More
If sports use is your primary use case then the Bluetooth connectivity will free you from the hassle of dangling wires while moving. However, there is the option to use a 3.5mm cable if you prefer a wired connection, or if the headphones are out of battery and you want to continue listening to audio. See More
With these headphones wirelessy connected to your smartphone, you do not need to pull out your device for playlist control. You can make simple touch gestures on the right ear cup for functions like volume adjust, or to play/pause/skip tracks. See More
These headphones do not have to cover your ears for you to hear music, thanks to its bone conduction technology. You will still be able to hear your surroundings which should help maintain/improve awareness and safety when running or working out outdoors. See More
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. See More
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. See More
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