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Shokz OpenRun Pro vs. Mojawa Run Plus: A Battle of Bone-Conducted Beats

Shokz has been the reigning name in bone conduction headphones for many years. That’s well-deserved since Shokz pioneered commercial bone conduction technology with many high-quality products. However, many competitors have emerged to give Shokz a run for its money, and the Mojawa Run Plus is a worthy competitor. So, which is the better option? Is … Read more

Philips A7607 Vs. Shokz OpenRun: When Similarities Diverge

Philips A7607 and Shokz OpenRun bone conduction headphones side by side

Bone conduction headphones continue to redefine the standards in earpieces for athletes. Shokz‘s expertise in bone conduction headphone technology is well-established, making its products a benchmark in the industry. Philips, a renowned name in audio technology, steps up to this challenge with its A7607, presenting a formidable competitor to Shokz’s OpenRun. But which one stands … Read more

How to Wear Bone Conduction Headphones Like a Pro!

An individual correctly wearing bone conduction headphones

Bone conduction headphones have been a surprisingly significant technological leap. Using the same technology as most common hearing aids, it has proven itself as an excellent way to listen to music without blocking your ears. But it has limitations, such as lower sound quality, which has led many people to ask, “Am I wearing my … Read more

Shokz OpenMove vs OpenRun: More Bang for Your Buck?

Shokz is arguably the leading brand when it comes to open-ear bone conduction headphones. The company brought the technology into the mainstream for commercial use, and it’s still leading the market with technical improvements. OpenRun is probably Shokz’s most popular model, but OpenMove is often recommended as an alternative. So, which is best, and what … Read more

OpenRock Pro vs Shokz OpenRun: Open-Ear Air Meets Bone Conduction

People are always looking for newer and better headphones or earphones, either to experience better sound quality or to fit their active lifestyles, and OneOdio’s OpenRock Pro and Shokz’s OpenRun are two popular options. But which of these will work best for your purposes? There’s no one-size-fits-all option, so which one will fit your needs? … Read more

Shokz OpenRun vs OpenRun Pro: Is the Flagship Truly Worth It?

Shokz’s OpenRun (formerly known as Aeropex) has been the standard in bone conduction sports headphones for many years. However, Shokz released an upgraded model, the OpenRun Pro. Both models are for sale with no plans to discontinue the original. But many new users wonder which one they should buy, the OpenRun or OpenRun Pro? The … Read more

Quick Fix: Shokz Not Connecting to iPhone

Shokz has put in a lot of effort to ensure that its headphones are perfectly compatible with as many devices as possible, including iPhones. This means problems don’t happen often; most people can connect without issues. But problems can still sneak in unexpectedly. So, what can you do when your Shokz headphones aren’t connecting to … Read more

Shokz OpenRun Pro vs. Apple AirPods Pro: Top Features Tested!

People are often looking for a combination of sound quality and convenience when it comes to headphones, and two options that are often compared are the Shokz OpenRun Pro and Apple AirPods Pro. Both are high-quality, premium devices, but which is better for your purposes? Shokz OpenRun Pro uses bone conduction, while Apple’s AirPods Pro … Read more

Can Shokz Connect to Multiple Devices?

Shokz is regarded as the pioneer of commercial bone conduction headphone technology, and the company aims to pack every set of headphones full of features to improve our lives and listening experience. But since most people don’t use headphones with only their smartphones, people often ask me if it is possible to connect Shokz headphones … Read more

How to Make Shokz Louder: 5 Effective Volume Boosting Techniques

Bone conduction headphones are an incredible feat of technology, but as great as their benefits might be, volume isn’t one of them. Many users, feeling their Shokz(formerly AfterShokz) are not loud enough, report that the output volume is considerably lower than regular earphones at the same volume level. So, how can you make your Shokz … Read more