If the person next to you can hear the sounds from your headband while you wearing or, it may be because your headband bone conduction system isn’t completely optimal.
Instead of being sent toward your inner ear, the sound is redirected through the air when the bone conduction transmitters are not in direct contact with your skin.
You can make sure your headband bone conduction transmission is optimal for your nights by ensuring your frontband is in direct contact with your forehead. The upper arch of the headband must therefore be positioned at the top of your head.
To learn more about bone conduction, please refer to our blog.