Blue Tooth Helmet Earbud

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Dranrab Luap, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. ReactorTrip

    ReactorTrip glows in the dark

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    You could just cut your speakers off a speaker mount and buy a stereo connector from Radio Shack or Mouser or etc and solder them up and have both.
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  2. tmotten

    tmotten Lefthand ride Dutchy

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  3. stevepsd

    stevepsd Been here awhile

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    I just got the FUZE custom earphones, motorsports version (one red/one blue). Prerry nice earphones and the kit to make a custom molded ear insert which holds the earbuds in place, great for helmet use!

    Only $35.

    http://www.earfuze.com/store.html
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  4. Airjunky

    Airjunky Adventurer

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    I bought this thing from Ebay in the fall. I have it installed in an AFX-39 full face helmet. The little box is in front of my mouth, ear pieces in the padding by my ears. I use it with a Casio Commando... a Droid that is mounted to my handlebars.

    HUROB HSB-S100 Motorcycle Bluetooth Intercom for Motorcycle Helmet Singleset

    I was a little concerned it was going to be some cheap Chinese shit. But it turned out to be Korean, and pretty good quality. Printed instructions are pretty cryptic, but it was pretty easy to figure out how to setup the Bluetooth.

    I've used it about a dozen times over the winter. Music sounds great. Phone calls work up to about 45 mph before the wind noise is just too much for the other party to tell what I'm saying. Battery life is about a week, but my commute is only about 10 or 15 min too.
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  5. sonic578

    sonic578 Been here awhile

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    but apparently not enough of us have asked.
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  6. CowboyKyle

    CowboyKyle Adventurer

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    I got a bluetooth adapter from Amazon to play music from my handlebar mounted droid, without have a wire draped across. http://www.cellularinnovations.com/product/12

    It works great, and I would say easily does the 6 hours claimed for music listening, if not more. It has a mic in it and I am planning on looking at mounting the piece in my helmet (currently resides in my jacket pocket when riding) for answering calls. I do not use the controls on it, I stop/start, etc on my mounted phone.

    I do have some concerns about how well it will work due to wind, but for the price it is still a deal.

    I used it with my Entymotic HF5 in ear buds.
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  7. expatbrit

    expatbrit Still pretty much a n00b.

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    I'll add my voice to the 'Sena, with accessory mount' club. I've found a couple of durability issues (mainly with the stick on base-plate) but overall I've been very satisfied. Easy to operate gloved, and paired with ER6is absolutely great sound quality and isolation.

    Shame the ER6is are no longer made
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  8. fishkens

    fishkens Long timer

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