Wearing glasses and headphones can be a hassle. The last thing you want to do is worry about how to wear them together.
But, with the right headphones, you can wear your glasses and listen to your music simultaneously.
Many people prefer bone conduction headphones with glass. So now, can you wear bone conduction headphones with glasses?
The answer is yes, you can! Bone conduction headphones are perfect because they don’t touch your ears. This means that you can still hear what’s happening around you while listening to your music.
This blog post will show you how to wear your bone conduction headphones with glasses. You’ll be able to listen and take calls while you go about your day without worrying about taking off your glasses.
What Are Bone Conduction Headphones?
Bone conduction headphones are the superior technology headphone on the market. They work by sending sound waves to your skull instead of directly into your ear.
This means you can hear what’s happening around you, even when wearing these headphones.
Therefore, they are ideal for requiring a little more situational awareness or not like to remove their headphones constantly.
These are great if you wear glasses because you can hear what’s happening around you without removing them. You can also talk on the phone with these headphones and won’t have to touch your device.
Type of bone conduction headphones:
There are two types of bone conduction headphones:
- Bluetooth and
Both work the same; however, if you’re already using wireless headphones, you’ll probably want to pick up a pair that supports Bluetooth.
How Do Bone Conduction Headphones Work?
Sound waves are converted into vibrations by bone conduction headphones. Next, the vibrations are transmitted through your skull to your inner ear, where they have converted into sounds again.
Because the bones of your inner ear also pick up these bone-conducted sounds (vibrations), you can hear them without any other noise interfering, like when wearing traditional headphones.
This means you can hear the music with your ears open without turning up the volume excessively. You can also listen to sounds like car horns and other noises around you, which is excellent for safety.
How to Wear Bone Conduction Headphones?
There are a couple of ways you can wear bone conduction headphones.
1. Behind the neck
This way, you can wear your bone conduction headphones while wearing glasses. It works well with glasses because this places the speakers behind your ears, which aren’t close to your eyes or glasses.
2. Around the back of the head
If you don’t want to wear the headphones around your neck, you can also wear them around the back of your head. This way, the speakers are still next to your ears and will allow you to listen to music while wearing glasses.
3. Behind the ear
If you want to listen to audio, wearing bone conduction headphones behind the ear is excellent. Just like wearing them around your neck, it’s comfortable and doesn’t interfere with your glasses.
4. Over the ear
If you prefer over-the-ear headphones, there are some excellent over-the-ear bone conduction headphones. You can also use these with glasses. However, remember that wearing them this way will feel weird because the speakers are over your ears instead of next to them.
How Do You Wear Bone Conduction Headphones While Wearing Glasses?
To wear your bone conduction headphones while wearing glasses, the main thing to keep in mind is that you don’t want to put any pressure on your glasses.
Here is something you should consider:
1. Don’t use them around the neck style
This is probably the worst way to wear bone conduction headphones because it puts a lot of pressure on your glasses. In addition, the speakers tend to pull at your glasses as you move around. This can be particularly annoying if you also wear bifocals or progressive lenses. Plus, the speakers aren’t that high up from your glasses, which means you won’t be able to hear much in front of you.
2. Use the around back of head style instead
This is an excellent alternative to wearing bone conduction headphones with glasses because it does not tug at your glasses and puts the speakers in just the right spot.
3. Don’t use the over-the-ear style
This is a common approach, but it can put pressure on your glasses and doesn’t sound as good as the around-the-back-of-head style also mentioned above.
4 . Use headphones that don’t sit so close to the ear
With some headphones, the speakers are built right into the headphone. This is fine if you aren’t wearing glasses, but it can be uncomfortable or painful when wearing over-the-ear glasses. Look for headphones with a larger surface area for the speakers so they don’t press up against your ear.
5. Use headphones that have optional headbands
Most over-the-ear bone conduction headphones come without a headband, but you can purchase them separately. This is great because it allows you to choose the right size for your head, so it doesn’t put pressure on your glasses or interfere with wearing them over the ear.
Can You Wear AfterShokz With Glasses?
Yes! AfterShokz bone conduction headphones are an excellent choice for those who need to wear glasses and want to listen to music or take calls simultaneously.
The main thing is that they don’t touch your ears, so you can still hear what’s happening around you. They also have a built-in microphone that you can use to take calls or talk to Siri or other voice-activated assistants.
They are very lightweight and come in several different size earpieces, so you’ll be sure to find one that fits your ears. The best part is that the music is not blocked out when wearing glasses with the open ear design.
How to Wear Aftershokz with Glasses?
To wear your Aftershokz headphones with glasses, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps:
- Make sure your Aftershokz and glasses are adjusted and sit evenly on your face.
- The headphone should sit on the back of your skull, over your ear.
- Put your glasses on top of your Aftershokz headphone. Make sure the frame fits comfortably over the headphone. If you need to, make some adjustments to do it evenly on both sides of your head.
- Now go ahead and listen to music or take calls like normal! You’ll be able to enjoy your music or calls without needing to take off your glasses.
The AfterShokz Aeropex is an excellent option when considering using bone conduction headsets.
These headphones have eyeglass wearers in mind and feature an open ear design so you can hear your surroundings without removing your glasses or contact lenses.
Plus, they come complete with Bluetooth technology for wireless listening on the go! Check out our selection of these innovative sound systems today! You’ll be glad that you did!