Yes, of course! You can listen to music before, during and after your Neuropriming session. It does not have an effect on Neuropriming or battery life (music can continue to be played when the headset is off).
To listen to music with Halo Sport, you will need to connect your device to your headset using a 3.5mm audio cable (included in the box). Any male-to-male 3.5mm auxiliary cable is compatible with Halo Sport.
To play music or audio, open up your music or audio app on your device and select ‘Play’. If you have another audio device like bluetooth headphones or a speaker connected on your device, you may have to go to your device's audio settings to change the output device.
Want to hear less (or more) of your surroundings? Halo Sport comes with two sets of earpads (pictured below). One set is acoustically transparent (left image) and the other set is acoustically isolating (right image). The acoustically transparent earpads come pre-installed and allow you to hear sounds clearly (like instructions from your trainer or coach) while you’re wearing Halo Sport, whether you are playing music or not. The acoustically isolating earpads are like traditional earpads on headphones. They will block out more sound around you while you are using Halo Sport. Not that Halo Sport does not have active noise canceling or noise isolating technology.
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