Turning them on and hearing audio, purely based on the vibrations against your bones, is a bizarre experience. At fifty per cent volume, I felt no noticeable vibrations against my skin and audio sounded clean, if a little flat.
Turning the volume up to 80 really helped improve the quality of audio for podcasts and music like pop and rock. Switching to bass heavy hip hop I could feel tiny little taps behind my ear, as the bands vibrated to create the effect. It wasn’t unpleasant, but it was still an odd sensation. Either way, bass heavy music sounded flat and hollow, but I really didn’t expect deep bass from these buds.
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