Different people have different ways of listening to music. Some like to crank it up to deafening volume levels, while others prefer subdued volumes that make carrying a conversation at normal speaking volume possible. For those who want a surround sound experience on the cheap, noise cancellation headphones are a definite go-to.
But what about consumers who still want to listen to music but also want to hear their surroundings? There are open-air designs in the market, but the problem is that your ears are still covered. To remedy this, companies are developing a revolutionary technique called Bone Conduction headphones! Sounds like science fiction? It’s science FACT!