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Thursday, 29 June 2017

Cutting Edge 'Ear-Free' Headphones Play Music Through Your Skull


Tired of heavy, bulky, around-ear headphones that make your ears sore after wearing them for a while? Do you settle for earbuds because you don't want to mess up your meticulously styled hair?

Europe-based Studio Banana has created a brilliant and beautiful solution to your headphone predicament: their futuristic, stylish, and minimalistic BatBand bone-conduction headphones.


It's a wonderful thing when futuristic concepts are realized in a practical package.
BatBand headphones may look like something out of a sci-fi film, but they're already hitting the production line for estimated delivery in July of this year.
Using bone-conduction technology, the BatBand bypasses the sensitive outer ear, and vibrates the nerves in the inner ear to deliver the highest quality of sound in the safest possible manner.
With bluetooth pairing, the BatBand liberates listeners from the usual tangle of wires, and frees their hands for ultimate productivity throughout the day. The BatBand is a sleek-and-sexy innovation for officed professionals and audiophiles alike.

The BatBand allows for listeners to stay connected with their surroundings, as well as curate their own personal soundscapes. Users have described the unique experience of listening to music through the BatBand as "feeling" the sounds inside their heads, while still having their outer ears at their disposal.
Doing away with traditional button commands, BatBand is controlled by two touch sensor panels on either side of the headphones. The left side features a sensor to power on the device, take calls, and end calls. The right side features touch controls to turn the volume up and down, as well as skip back and forth between tracks.
Charging via USB port, the BatBand boasts an impressive 6 hours of continuous music playback, and 8 hours of phone talk time.


The BatBand allows for listeners to stay connected with their surroundings, as well as curate their own personal soundscapes. Users have described the unique experience of listening to music through the BatBand as "feeling" the sounds inside their heads, while still having their outer ears at their disposal.
Doing away with traditional button commands, BatBand is controlled by two touch sensor panels on either side of the headphones. The left side features a sensor to power on the device, take calls, and end calls. The right side features touch controls to turn the volume up and down, as well as skip back and forth between tracks.
Charging via USB port, the BatBand boasts an impressive 6 hours of continuous music playback, and 8 hours of phone talk time.
When it hits retailers in July, the BatBand will retail for around $270. But if you pre-order now, the BatBand can be yours for the discounted price of $215.

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