Hello guys, I hope you are well.
First of all, forgive me if this post Escapes the scope of this site, I just believe that this curiosity is interesting for owners of Apple wireless headphones, not necessarily having to do with the scope of accessibility. Secondly, I would like to say that the tip I leave you now has been tested with second-generation AirPods Pro, because it is the wireless headset I have, so I cannot give an opinion on the applicability of this tip in other headphones of different generations. I also want to apologize for any structuring errors in my text, such as duplicate spaces, but I advance that this is the fault of the iPhone dictation, which has worsened with each version of iOS.
Well: when removing the silicone tips of my AirPods Pro in order to change them, for the internal shape of the headphones I believed that it would be possible to use them as a headset, in the same way as a common AirPod, second or third generation for example. And it is really possible, by removing the tips, fitting them perfectly into the ears and using them normally. Of course, the sound you hear is affected by the external noise that the lack of sealing in the ear canal allows to pass, but the headset still sounds very good, even better than the usual AirPods in my opinion.
Therefore, I would like you, owners of AirPods Pro, to test this tip and give your opinions, because I found it very curious that a headset is hybrid in this way, even if not intentionally.