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AfterShokz is the worldwide leader in audio patented bone conduction technology headphones. It allows for both, high quality sound and situational awareness, delivers a hearing experience like no other and it’s so lightweight and comfortable that you forget you’re wearing them.
All AfterShokz wireless Bluetooth headphones include a multi-function button. It’s located on the outside of your headphone’s left transducer. The multi-function button is essentially your personal assistant built into your headphones. All ittakes is a few taps of your finger to access a variety of commands and shortcuts for taking and making calls or controlling your music, making your everyday experienceeasier and even more hands-free.
Multifunction Button Commands-
- Play/Pause - Click once
- Skip Forward - Double-click while music is playing
- Back-a-Track (Rewind/Repeat) - Triple-click while music is playing
- Answer a Call - Click once while a call is coming in
- End a Call - Click once while on a call
- Reject a Call - Press and hold while a call is coming in
- Redial Last Number- Double-click while no music is playing
- Voice Dial/Activate Voice Assistant - Press and hold for three seconds
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Can AfterShokz answer calls? ›
Can AfterShokz be used to make/take calls? Yes. All our wireless models are equipped with dual noise canceling microphones for making and taking phone calls when paired with a smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device.Can you skip songs with AfterShokz? ›
How do I skip to the next song? Double-click the multifunction button while music is playing. You'll hear one beep. The next track will play.How do I change the volume on AfterShokz? ›
How do I adjust the volume? Click the volume+ or volume- buttons to increase or decrease volume levels.How do you work AfterShokz? ›
Start with your headphones off. Enter pairing mode by pressing and holding volume+ until Audrey says “pairing” and the LED indicator flashes red and blue. Open your device's Bluetooth menu and select your headphones.” Audrey will say “connected” and the LED indicator will flash blue one time.What is the multifunction button on AfterShokz? ›
The multi-function button is essentially your personal assistant built into your headphones. All it takes is a few taps of your finger to access a variety of commands and shortcuts for taking and making calls or controlling your music, making your everyday experience easier and even more hands-free.Can AfterShokz damage your ears? ›
While they have several safety and design advantages over traditional headphones, bone-conduction headphones can still damage hearing when music or sound is played at high volumes.Can I wear my AfterShokz in the shower? ›
When it comes to Aeropex , although you can't swim, you can paddleboard, kayak, run in heavy rain, drip with sweat from a workout and shower with full confidence that water won't damage your headphones.Can you overcharge AfterShokz? ›
Most Shokz headphones take about 1.5 - 2 hours to charge from 0 to 100 percent. They arrive out of the box at approximately 50 percent charged. Please do not overcharge your headphones (i.e., charge them overnight), as this can affect battery longevity.Can you adjust the bass on AfterShokz? ›
Is there a way to change the bass on my AfterShokz? Besides the EQ settings, there is no way to change the sound settings directly on your AfterShokz. However, you may be able to adjust sound preferences in your device's sound settings.How do I adjust my headphone settings? ›
In the search box on the taskbar, type control panel, and then select Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound. Under the Sound tab, click Manage Audio Devices. On the Playback tab, click your headset, and then click the Set Default button.
How do I change my AfterShokz settings? ›
To switch between EQ modes, simply press and hold the Volume+ and Volume- buttons for 3 seconds while audio is playing. You'll hear Audrey (the headphones voice assistant) announce either “Standard Mode”, “Vocal Booster Mode”, or “Earplug Mode”.Can a deaf person hear with bone conduction? ›
Bone conduction technology allows people with deafness to hear, helps tech-heads talk, and lets swimmers listen to music underwater. Find out more. For people with some forms of hearing loss, where sound cannot take the natural path from the outer to the inner ear, bone conduction can help them get round the issue.Can AfterShokz get wet? ›
Aeropex and Xtrainerz are both waterproof and can be used in the rain, for watersports, and everything in between! However, Air, Titanium, and Bluez 2S are all IP-55 certified, making them water-resistant, but not waterproof. While some moisture is okay, we don't recommend these headphones ever be submerged underwater.Are bone conduction headphones good for phone calls? ›
Keeping the ear canal open, bone conduction headphones make it easier to stay aware of your surroundings while also having the benefit of enjoying high-quality music and phone calls. This design makes these headphones a solid option for people who use hearing aids or have poor hearing.Do AfterShokz headphones have speakers? ›
The AfterShokz Aeropex Bone Conduction are Bluetooth headphones. Due to their unique design, which uses vibrations instead of speakers to produce sound, they don't go on or inside the ear in any way, and they simply rest on your temples.Do you need to carry your phone with AfterShokz? ›
Rather than using Bluetooth, the Xtrainerz headphones are wireless waterproof MP3 headphones, so your phone is not required, making them ideal for swimming or any other sport when you don't want to carry your phone with you.Do AfterShokz have speakers? ›
These specialized headphones lack speakers and leave your ears free to hear external noises, such as voices or oncoming cars. But bone conduction headphones aren't for everyone.Can bone conduction damage hearing? ›
While they have several safety and design advantages over traditional headphones, bone-conduction headphones can still damage hearing when music or sound is played at high volumes.What are the side effects of bone conduction? ›
Bone conduction headphones usually rest on your temples. Because of this, wearing bone conduction headphones can get uncomfortable or cause headaches. Some users have even reported vertigo or dizziness when using them. These effects are mostly due to the vibrations used to transmit the sound through the cheekbones.Can I use AfterShokz as a hearing aid? ›
Our headphones are not hearing aids, but they can be used to assist with hearing when used in conjunction with a hearing aid app like Petralex. Petralex and other similar apps use the mic on your device to pick up surrounding sounds and transmit it through the headphones. We're not audiologists.
Can I use my AfterShokz to listen to TV? ›
Titanium was specifically designed to offer athletes a safer workout, but our team quickly learned that our open-ear, bone conduction design can be used for a lot more. One of the most common, unconventional uses is pairing the headphones to the TV.Can you sleep with AfterShokz? ›
A: Yes they can be comfy laying down or leaning back in a recliner - JUST PUT THE LOOP ON TOP OF YOUR HEAD! I DO IT AND IT WORKS GREAT. THE BONE CONDUCTION PART STILL FITS ON THE CHEEKBONE AND I HEAR JUST FINE.