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Old 12-29-2006, 07:27 AM   #41
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Old 12-29-2006, 07:42 AM   #43
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these work good from what I have read. I was thinking about getting them

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Old 12-29-2006, 09:53 AM   #45
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Heres something Ill be the first to admit to.
I dont ride with headphones and a music player, but that doesnt mean I aint rockin'!
C'mon, admit it...LOTS of signing to ones self takes places under my helmet and probably some of yours too!
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and you can sign anything you want cause nobody can hear you.


just think, that guy in the mustang you just passed has no idea your singing "barbie girl"!!!

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Old 12-29-2006, 09:55 AM   #46
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Old 12-29-2006, 10:08 AM   #47
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no...dumb idea..listen to ear plugs...they sound better than music....
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Old 12-29-2006, 11:34 AM   #48
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Old 12-29-2006, 11:55 AM   #49
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I would love to but first, I am afraid that I missed out on things around me. I don't even wear earplugs when I commute. Full concentration.

Now, on longer rides I do wear earplugs. I may try music on longer rides whenever I have the budget for an iPod but at the moment, other things are much higher on my list!

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So true! It just gets VERY frustrating when you forget a verse or don't know all the words to a song. It can get me so riled up trying to figure it out, I can get really ticked while riding. Then people I ride with look at me at the next stop "What's wrong?" "Dang, can't remember how to sing 'In the End'"

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and you can sign anything you want cause nobody can hear you.
Not true! You never sat next to Rocketbunny at a light. You hear this singing voice and at first, I wondered where the heck it came from until I turned to her... sitting on her Beemer, her head bopping and singing loudly along to her music :laughing6
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You can do this with regular old earbuds as long as you have removeable cheek pads! I bought some earbuds for 2 bucks at Wal-mart and did my own! I can hear it pretty good at lower speeds, but not as well at higher ones.
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yeah dude at best buy....sony makes a pair of ear phones that are like ear plugs...theyare very smalll and don't create a problem when wearing a helmet....u can hear music very well all the way up to about 90 or so...

only prob is they r like 45 bucks...
Thanks ill look for them on Ebay!!!!
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You can do this with regular old earbuds as long as you have removeable cheek pads! I bought some earbuds for 2 bucks at Wal-mart and did my own! I can hear it pretty good at lower speeds, but not as well at higher ones.

Good idea....I just started looking at helmet speakers and decided to take a cheapo set of headphones (the over the ear type) I bought at Ross a few months ago and tear them apart and try the speakers in my helmet in the ear pockets.

Just got them torn apart, now to try them in my helmet later and see how they work.
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Old 12-29-2006, 03:13 PM   #53
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no. its hard enough watching out for soccer moms in Yukons. the hum of a Yoshi is enough for me.
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Old 12-29-2006, 03:45 PM   #54
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No way at least not me. I cant jam out with high volume adrenaline surging thru me and pay attention to what is about to happen around me. only the calm and relaxed allows me to act and react on a literbike or 600
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No way at least not me. I cant jam out with high volume adrenaline surging thru me and pay attention to what is about to happen around me. only the calm and relaxed allows me to act and react on a literbike

I wasn't talking about jamming music when I started this thread. Just some lower volume background music.......I used to listen to my cassette walkman (it was quite a while back, when CD walkmans were too expensive to risk breaking in a fall) back when I was racing dirt bikes during practice, sometimes I felt like the music helped my timing/rhythm or whatever....
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I wasn't talking about jamming music when I started this thread. Just some lower volume background music.......I used to listen to my cassette walkman (it was quite a while back, when CD walkmans were too expensive to risk breaking in a fall) back when I was racing dirt bikes during practice, sometimes I felt like the music helped my timing/rhythm or whatever....
yah, i used to jam out when i used to putt my dirtbike around the trails and stuff but on the track i def. didn't do it. when you got all kinds of unpredictable people driving around you be it other track riders or cars and trucks, you need to pay full attention to your suroundings. but it is nice jaming out to some Pantera or Godsmack and a$$ through some trials.
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I wasn't talking about jamming music when I started this thread. Just some lower volume background music.......I used to listen to my cassette walkman (it was quite a while back, when CD walkmans were too expensive to risk breaking in a fall) back when I was racing dirt bikes during practice, sometimes I felt like the music helped my timing/rhythm or whatever....
Perhaps I should have mentioned I don't listen to nice quiet music even at home. I didnt mean to imply that as a law. Just an opinion. mine only.
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