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Old 06-30-2021, 07:37 PM   #21
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I think you will find "headphones" are illegal to wear while driving just about everywhere. Bluetooth headsets and earpods are okay in some places. In Calif. nothing can be on both ears.

ohio is like that.. although I think earbuds may hgave an exception in ohio since they dont block out sound,



I only ever buy headsets that cover 1 ear.. and I prefer on ear to over-ear but seems like a lot of the aviation grade stuff im finding is all binaural over ear.. I guess in a plane its legal since you wont have a police or fire plane needing to pass you

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Old 07-15-2021, 08:08 AM   #22
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I use cordless earbuds and only wear one. That way I can hear what I'm trying to listen to while also being aware of traffic, other passengers and my vehicle. I switch ears occasionally because they DO get irritating after a while. There's ways to make it work...
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