One of the nice advances in moto tech over the last decade or so has been the development of communications and sound systems for people who like music or talk in their ears while they’re riding.
They’re compact, they work… and nobody else can hear what you’re hearing.
Would that everyone believed in them. But as long as external sound systems are made, some people are going to buy them and share their taste in music with the rest of the world.
If that’s your bag, or if you’ve run out of ways to get under everyone’s skin, may I suggest the Kuryakyn Road Thunder Sound Bar Plus?
It’s 300 watts of
rolling noise pollution glorious sound.
The weather-resistant soundbar (it comes in silver or black) attaches to your handlebar and blasts sound waves into your face and the neighborhood.
Tucked inside is a little 4-channel amp that powers “two 2″ x 3″ full-range speakers with dual voice coils and four high-frequency 1″ silk dome tweeters with N42 grade magnets.” They promise distortion-free audio.
Even at 300 watts peak power. Wonderful.
It can hook up to your phone via built-in Bluetooth. It has an extra 3.5mm input if you want to hard-wire to your playback device. There’s a 1-amp water resistant USB charging port.
And if — oh dear — you want to hook it up to a second sound bar or speaker, there’s also a 3.5mm output jack.
Included in the package are power, ground and ignition wire.
So how much will it cost you to make a racket? Well, being a public nuisance comes at a price. This one is $499.00. You can order from Kuryakyn’s website.