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AfterShokz Bluez 2S Open-ear Wireless Stereo Headphones (Black)

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  • Bone conduction technology uses vibrations to transmit sound waves directly to the cochlea. Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Open Fit assures unmatched ambient sound awareness and extended comfort
  • Dual microphones deliver clear communication even in noisy environments
  • NEW FEATURES: Premium Pitch+ patented dual suspension transducers guarantee premium stereo sound and adds more bass and a more dynamic sound range.
  • New Features: IP55 certified sweat resistance repels sweat and heavy rain.

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Color Black Black Cosmic Black Slate Grey Slate Grey Red
Item Dimensions 5.2 x 6.3 x 2.2 inches 5.31 x 2.6 x 6.54 inches 5.31 x 3.69 x 6.65 inches 4.8 x 3.94 x 1.81 inches 4.92 x 3.94 x 1.89 inches 5.2 x 6.3 x 2.2 inches
Item Weight 1.52 ounces 1.27 ounces 0.92 ounces 1.02 ounces 1.27 ounces 1.45 ounces
Special Features wireless Microphone sports-and-exercise, Noise-Canceling, wireless, Lightweight Sweat-proof, wireless Microphone Feature Microphone, wireless

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The award-winning Bluez 2S are the only wireless headphones to offer uninhibited situational awareness, complete with a sound quality that will shock you. A patented design and bone conduction technology guides mini vibrations through your cheekbones to your inner ears, delivering sound without plugging or covering them. Exceptionally lightweight and comfortable, this unmatched open ear listening experience is further enriched through innovative technologies that make it possible (and safe) to tune in to music or voice communication without tuning out the world. Features: Bone conduction technology uses vibrations to transmit sound waves directly to the cochlea. Open Fit assures unmatched ambient sound awareness and extended comfort. Premium Pitch+ patented dual suspension transducers guarantee premium stereo sound and adds more bass and a more dynamic sound range. Leaks layer technology significantly reduces natural sound leakage. IP55 certified sweat resistance repels sweat and heavy rain. Dual microphones deliver clear communication even in noisy environments. Specification: Wireless range: 33ft (10m); Battery: rechargeable lithium ion; Continuous play: 6 hours; Standby time: 10 days; Charge in: 2 hours. What's in the box: Bluez 2S headphones, Breathable pouch, Micro-USB charging cable, Adjustable tension band, Reflective sticker

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Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2016
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Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars How to get the most out these headphones
By Mixolydian on July 12, 2017
Just got these headphones a few days ago. Since I've been an audio engineer for over 20 years. I've tried more headphones than I can remember, and many speakers from monitors to servo drive subwoofers for concert sound reinforcement. With a bit of tweaking and a bit of EQ you can get these to sound pretty decent for what they are. Can't help apple users, but Android users head over to the play store and download the EQ app called "Audio FX Widget" this little gem is a must have for unrooted Android devices, phones, TV boxes, tablets, etc. This EQ affects everything, Bluetooth, aux headphone output, phone speaker during regular calls. Once you download, click on it in your app drawer, select mode to dialog, dialog display to 1min so you have time to adjust the sliders.

Once you set all that, go to your widgets and drag it to the screen, the widget will look like the picture I uploaded. I haven't come up with a permanent EQ setting yet, but adjust it close to what I have in the picture, as a good starting place. Everyone's hearing is different, so you can make some minor adjustments for your liking. You have 3 custom slots you can save your custom EQ to. Sometimes the widget won't kick in, if you make changes and can't hear a difference, the widget didn't work, drag it off the screen and reapply. You should hear major differences, if it's functioning properly.

I've also noticed, if you make the neck band actually contact behind the top of your ear, you'll get more bass response. If you have a rooted Android device, go download viper for Android, excellent audio driver and suite for Android. If your device has Dolby Atmos installed, it will make these headphones shine with a good EQ setting. The EQ setting will cut your overall volume a bit, but the sound improvement is worth every penny. The EQ setting I have in the pick cuts alot of mids out, which these are really mid heavy, will help on sound bleed at Max volume. On bass heavy stuff you might need to cut the far left slider 60hz. If you go really heavy on one frequency it will drastically cut the others volume, just be aware of that.

The EQ setting in the pic, will bring out some of the high frequencies that are missing, tones the mids down and tightens up the low end alot. I'm also running the max bass on the internal EQ settings in the headphone. This will probably work on the titaniums, since I'm willing to bet the transducers are very similar. I'm familiar with most designs of conventional speakers, never delved much into bone conduction drivers.

From what I can tell in the expanded diagram on these they look to be mostly standard setup. Don't take my assumption for granted though. These might even be servo motor driven instead of a standard voltage driven speaker. If so they will last a bit longer as motors are more resilient.

Hope this helps someone to tame in the thin tinny sound and improves your experience with these headphones and any headphones for that matter on your Android.

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I've had a chance to listen a bit more to these headphones. I originally tried these on my LG stylo 2, with the eq app I mention previously. I had time to pair them up to my ZTE Trek 2, with the Dolby Atmos engine that's baked in the factory rom. With the right EQ settings these things will beat your head in with bass. Its utterly amazing what they are capable of, they miss some of the lower sub frequencies of conventional headphones but not by much. I've done some studio mixing, and mastering in my day, its immediately evident on these the quality of the gear a song was recorded with versus other songs. You can literally hear the evolution of the quality of studio monitors. Use the EQ settings in the pics, and listen to for instance, One by Metallica, which was more likely mixed with Yamaha ns10s (the speakers you see in every interview on the mixing console with the little white subs) which don't repoduce anything much below100hz. Then listen to say Radioactive by the Pentatonix, or Almost Famous by G-Easy which was more than likely mixed with something similar like Event Opal monitors, paired with a sub. Old love by Eric Clapton surprised me how well it translated, for a recording done in 1988.

With the right source pushing the headphones, they are a beast, hitting your perception in a totally unique and different way.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great products, great sound, great warranty
By Will Martin on November 24, 2016
Use these at work every single day. I was very worried about the battery life but it hasn't been an issue at all. One day I forgot to charge overnight and the next day it did die, but a quick charge while on lunch got me through the rest of the day. Highly recommend these. Sound is good, and actually amplifies with earplugs in. Situational awareness is limited if plugs are in and volume up. If you use ear plugs, keep volume down if you move around and need to communicate. If not, crank it, it's amazing with plugs in.

I work in open ear envionment and it still works great.

Update: I take amazing care of these and am always cautious. Today (4/11/17) they cracked behind the left ear area on me. Still useable, no impact on function so I'll keep going.

Update 7/6/17. It's broken entirely, not realistically fixable. But very surprised the crack didn't give up until now.

Update 7/10/17. Registered the product a few days ago. Then submitted a warranty claim along with proof of purchase from here. Today they confirmed my new pair is on the way. OUTSTANDING warranty service.
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