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Old 10-07-2011, 12:42 AM   #1
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Any suggestions on bluetooth helmets etc? I want something that works and can be heard, but don't want to look like I borrowed my Grandfather's helmet mic!!! I want it to listen to my music and to be able to talk helmet to helmet with my wife when riding together. If I could also take incoming calls when riding, that would be nice too, but not that important. I was considering O'neil's bluetooth helmet????? All input is appreciated!
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:31 AM   #2
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suggestion..........hmmm..........concentrate on riding.
suggestion, help the guy with his question, not your agenda.
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I have a scala...its ok, but anything over 50-60 mph its a little hard to hear the phone, music is loud enough. I have the older model so i cant use bluetooth for music...i can plug in my ipod or phone but i prefer the radio...
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check reviews of the SENA SMH10.. looks a good bang for the buck..
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Awesome sound for music. Has enough range for rider/passenger, but not across to another bike. Haven't used the phone, as mine is too old and won't pair with the Nuvi. I don't talk on the phone while driving anyhow.

I can hear the tunes and the Aussie gal off the Garmin up to triple digits, no prob, and I wear ear plugs all the time as well.
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its a reality. not an agenda.
I sure did miss you.......

Anyways, I don't know much about in helmet bluetooth, but the expensive Jawbone ear pieces..... Worth every penny. I wear an ear piece all day everday and have been for a good while. In my experience Jawbone is the most comfortable and the person on the other side of the line can't tell weather I'm at home or on the highway.

Hope this helps
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