Helmet speakers


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polar1940
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Helmet speakers

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I like to listen to music when I ride. I ride mostly by myself so, no need for bike to bike radio. Looking for some high quality in helmet speakers with some bass. Any suggestions would be great! Thanks, Charlie



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I understand Uclear speakers are good.
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polar1940 wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 8:31 pm
Looking for some high quality in helmet speakers with some bass. Any suggestions would be great! Thanks, Charlie
Big fan here of the EdSets speakers...though I've not used them a lot, since I went to in-ear-monitors (IEM) on rides of longer than 30 minutes or so.

I used to use a do-it-yourself set from one company; they just don't hold up very well.

I've been using a pair of inexpensive musicians IEM's with tips made with silicone...better.

I have a set of custom IEM's in the mail to me this week.
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Try Cardo with JBL speakers they are the best I found.



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