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Unread 06-17-2019, 02:57 PM   #1
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ear buds while riding (need reccomendations)

SO I ripped out the com system out of the bike. I desperately need a new helmet. BUTTTTT
Until that all happens, I just want to Bluetooth to my cell. Id like to go with Bluetooth ear buds. What are people using under their helmet that works and is not painful while wearing the helmet?

My long term goal is a Shoei GT air/Neo or the Scorpion 1400, then get a Sena. Im building two AR's and boat needs gas and I need to buy a new kitchen table so helmet is secondary for now.
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Unread 06-17-2019, 08:09 PM   #2
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I have a couple sets of Ankers, different styles.
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Show me a pic or two of the ones you like


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Jbl everest have been my favorite. Control pieces is close helmet but enough you can pause or change vol with gloves on.

Now im using jaybirds so far so good tarah pro? Expensive. Jbl sound better but the birds sound good if i can get them all the way in my ear. Can wear them both all day.
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I wonder how comfortable this style would be under lid?
Xiaomi Redmi Airdots, TWS Bluetooth 5.0 Earphone Stereo Bass Wireless Headphones 300mAh Charging Box True Stereo Sound Mini Wireless Earbuds IPX4 Sweatproof Bluetooth Earphones with Mic AI Control https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RQ4C7LR..._uDpcDbS9YC8T3

These can be had for 26 shipped from the Far East


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Only reason i didnt get true wireless is u cant pause them or adjust volume once helmet is on..unless u have a phone mount and do it from there. Mine is usually n my jacket
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Unread 06-19-2019, 12:46 PM   #7
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Hey Steve,

Clay and I use Pac Talk. It's really nice actually. You can change the volume on the piece that attaches to the helmet. It's also voice activated so if a call comes in, you just say "answer phone" and it connects. We've had them for about 4 years.


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Hey Steve,

Clay and I use Pac Talk. It's really nice actually. You can change the volume on the piece that attaches to the helmet. It's also voice activated so if a call comes in, you just say "answer phone" and it connects. We've had them for about 4 years.


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Yes that is the end game a device like that with a new lid. Reality is that I just need some cheapo decent buds which will suffice until I can spend the doh on a new lid

But looking at that scorpion exo 1400 on fc moto can be had for 220 shipped is looking appealing. I just want to get these pew pew shooters completed first in case zombies or democrats start invading lol


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Unread 06-20-2019, 05:18 PM   #10
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Steve,

Call Clay if you still have his number. We've barely ridden this season due to the rain and non stop construction. I'm sure he'll make you a deal if you like the packtalk ones.

PS...

Patrick was at the Detroit Gun Club last weekend and shot an 84/100 in skeet (his first year). I told him he's not allowed to move out in case the apocalypse happens. Lol
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