All Day Comfort
DSP Noise Cancelling
Premium Sound Quality
8 Hours Of Battery Life
Up To 16 Hours Of Talk
5 Minutes Charging
2 Hours Of Talk Time
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up to 33 feet
I have no words to describe how good are OpenComm. I can talk all day with them. Fast charging is also great - for about 7 minutes of charging they have enough power for day and half. BUT! I don't see anywhere the information that is the most important regarding communication and there is the big issue - They are not Microsoft certified and when you are muted during calls - there is repeating beeping sound which is too annoying and you can't focus the call when this is repeating every 7-8 seconds and also you can't hear what is going on in the call. I've found articles from August 2021 with the same issue and that makes me to think that Shockz is not doing anything by fixing this or communicating with Microsoft and clear this issue. I'm going to use them on browser until the return procedure starts. Disregarding this issue is a big minus. For more than half a year there is no solution except that if you write to Shockz - they are going to ship a dongle only for OpenComm buyers. I have no USB-port on my phone so dongle is not a working solution. Also on my notebook there are no free USB ports and I am not going to buy an docking station so I can use my headset.
Please fix this issue.
Had these a few months now and they are great - so light and comfy. I work 12 hour shifts and wear these throughout and they never feel uncomfortable. The Bone connectivity through the headset is great, particularly as I often work nights and only I can hear the communication app ring and or when in a meeting, only I can listen in and I do not disturb the rest of the household.
My only issue is when connect to my phone, all works great but when connected to my laptop for meetings/calls, i loose the Mic and rely on the laptop's mic but still keep the sound through headphones.
But 10/10 would recommend this brand to anyone (i have another set of Titaniums for sport work outs)
Can't adjust volume - have colleagues shouting in my ear and can't reduce volume. Need to reconnect the headset via bluetooth DAILY to my laptop - seems no kind of memory exists (unlike my airpods). Disappointed.
Got my headset for Christmas and I use it with my work computer via Bluetooth. Good quality for business calls, break audio cancellation, easy to use, reliable, lasts a long time and is very comfortable. I will definitely recommend AfterShokz
Hi! my aftershokz opencomm can no longer be connected to the phone. I tried several phones and they are not visible via Bluetooth, it can't find them. the first time they were connected to my Samsung phone, I disconnected them from the phone, and then they didn't work anymore, it didn't identify them via Bluetooth.
what to do? thanks!
Testing conducted by Shokz using OpenComm produced in September 2020 paired with iPhone X (iOS 13.7). The test environment temperature was 25℃ with 320-kbps MP3 white noise played at a volume set to around 68% of the maximum volume (The A-weighted sound pressure level was 66.7±1.0dBA, measured 10mm from the face of the transducers with the headset hung in the air).
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while playing audio until the headset stopped playback. The duration time is counted as the listening time of the headset. The test result shows that the OpenComm has a listening time of up to 8 hours.
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while the test person spoke at a normal volume (the sound pressure level was 90dBA, measured 10cm from the mouth) for a certain period of time and the speakers were not working. The average power consumption of the headset was measured by the DC power analyzer. Based on the calculation between average power consumption and battery capacity, OpenComm has a talk time of up to 16 hours.
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while OpenComm was powered on without any operation. The average power consumption of the headset was measured by the DC power analyzer. Based on the calculation between average power consumption and battery capacity, OpenComm has a standby time of up to 14 days.
In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
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