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  1. #16
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    Helmet Installed Speakers

    His brains and his balls, all turned to %%%%

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    notice the glitch in the video, I think it is one of the plug wires.
    Last edited by limitedbyfourkawiby2; 05-24-2013 at 01:10 AM. Reason: remove video

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    Quote Originally Posted by AfterDarker View Post
    His brains and his balls, all turned to %%%%
    what are you, 5 years old?

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    Quote Originally Posted by limitedbyfourkawiby2 View Post
    what are you, 5 years old?
    Oh no, don't tell me you have been irritated by a post. Just set your phone to vibration mode and re-tape it to your helmet as has been suggested already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limitedbyfourkawiby2 View Post
    just saw on the news that a man with helmet speakers died today, a semi truck full of refrigerators went by and the magnets sucked him right into it.

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    Speakers?speakers?....I don't need no stinking speakers!
    I've never been a fan of listening to anything but the bike while I ride,I like being in tune with the machine and the road.
    More than once I've heard something that didn't sound right and stopping to check it out confirmed that fact and may well have saved my life.
    A good example is a wheelbearing failure,I've had several over the years,not something you want to have at highway speeds and not know about till it completely fails.
    My Harley has a factory stereo,it even raises the volume automaticly to compansate for road noise as I speed up but I rarely listen to it when I'm in motion.

    Just food for thought,I'd in particular avoid it in heavy traffic where you really need all your senses.

    Last edited by Y2K; 02-06-2013 at 08:54 AM.

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    I am trying to decide the same thing now, I use inear headphones right now that work great, but debating on getting inhelmet. Thanks for the feedback

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    I kinda thought about the same thing about 6 months after I started riding then I was like hmm do video gamers listen to earbuds while playing madden-cube? as though their brains aren't turned to $4++ before that and now they are trying to jumpstart the thing behind their eyes directly between their ears.

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    I guess there is no law in here about helmet speakers- Although helmets are required, there are no restrictions concerning helmet speakers. Some state restrict these accessories since they may interfere with hearing the oncoming traffic or serve as a driving distraction.- What Are Washington State?s Motorcycle Laws? | Washington Motorcycle Accident Lawyer | Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolverineRider View Post
    I just took delivery of this combo yesterday:

    Amazon.com: Motorcycle Helmet Speakers w/ Inline Volume Control: Automotive

    along with

    Amazon.com: Monster iEZClick Remote Control for iPod (Black): Electronics

    The speakers are slim, slip right up in your helmet, and are velcro-backed to stay in place. The remote works great, plugs right into an iPod or iPhone, and allows you to control music easily. Never understood why you'd want speakers on your handlebars... can't imagine you can hear the music at all, at speed!
    You genius


 

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