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Old 12-13-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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Bluetooth Helmet Speakers.

Just looking for some bluetooth helmet speakers. Something iPhone compatible would be great. I have looked at quite a few websites and none seem to have what I want.
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Old 12-13-2011, 01:48 PM   #2
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I use the scala g4 works great. several of us have them and pair them to talk on rides
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That doesnt look like the boom will fit inside the helmet. I kinda want something that will go completely inside the helmet.
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Old 12-13-2011, 02:16 PM   #4
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+1 just got a iphone 4..I need something that will fit in my shoei helmet
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:00 PM   #6
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One guy gave a review that said his was good up to 140. I think. I have watched so much youtube today the videos are all a blur.
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Check out the SMH10 from Sena. They have a full face mounting option (i.e. without the boom).
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From what I have seen so far the two that are getting consistently good reviews are the SMH10 and the G4. So I guess it comes down to who has one cheaper.
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i think anything that doesnt fit in the ear you wont be able to hear unless you crank it up loud and that will just screw up your hearing.
I dont know. I have a Ride Smart-1 and it is pretty quiet. And with the new windshield I have on my bike its much less wind noise. You guys on sport bikes may have that issue though.
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The G4 has a wire mic option i found out after buying the boom version.
I have had good results with mine so far.
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http://www.jmcorp.com/ProductDetail....29EDR-FF&PF=30

That's what I have. I wear ear plugs all the time, and it goes plenty loud enough to hear fine.. good sound as well. Audible well into the triple digits...

The range is not good enough to link to other riders, but will work with a passenger.

You can shop around and find them for closer to 2 bills.
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I dont want anything in my ears. And my helmet has speaker cutouts. I want to be able to turn it off and hear around me.
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You can't hear with earbuds when music is turned off?

I've been looking for a helmet bluetooth module, but I want something that will allow me to plug in my earbuds, because unless I've got something to help cut out unwanted noise, I'm just compounding the problem by adding more noise on top.
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You can't hear with earbuds when music is turned off?

I've been looking for a helmet bluetooth module, but I want something that will allow me to plug in my earbuds, because unless I've got something to help cut out unwanted noise, I'm just compounding the problem by adding more noise on top.
As I said earlier. I dont get much wind noise anymore with my new helmet and windshield so I can hear very well around me. But I am on a cruiser. You sport bike guys have a different situation. I also dont like having stuff in my ears for hours on end.
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ther was a post on another forum where someone cut the speakes off his scala and add a jack for ear buds. though of doing the same myself. the link is for the older version but can still be done on the G4

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=386488

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step by step directions

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Great instructions. I am trying to get away from earbuds though.
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I dont know. I have a Ride Smart-1 and it is pretty quiet. And with the new windshield I have on my bike its much less wind noise. You guys on sport bikes may have that issue though.
Off topic: How do you feel about your Ride Smart-1? I was really interested in that helmet but then found a good deal on a shoei.
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