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For the wife
Bought these to replace earbuds for my wife. Mounted easily in a Scorpion full-face helmet. She says volume and sound quality are good as the buds, and now I don't have to be last in line waiting for her to re-set he tunes.
May 20, 2012
For the price...buy it.
Highly recomended and for the price, don't think you could get anything better. These speakers don't sound like a bose system but there excellent for its intentions. I didn't want to spend 100+ for a blu tooth set up since i wont be talking while i ride and these speakers were much louder than expected. Love the different ways you can detach yourself from the line and will easily break away if your helmet is dropped. I expected a lower quality, but was plesently suprised. Don't think i'll ever need another set, but will be buying another set for passengers. Took minutes to install and worked flawlessly. On downside, which is expected with all helmet speakers, its sumwhat a little difficult to hear clearly when driving on the interstate, but for the price it works great. I installed in the G-Max 68, which some people claim is a loud helmet and sounded great when crusing around. If all you want is to listen to music, you dont need to look any further.
May 14, 2012
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Maureen W: I've heard some awesome reviews on this. Can't wait to try themDec 23, 2013
Tracey M asked:Is installation of these speakers in a helmet meant to be permanent, or does the Velcro attachment mean I can take them out whenever I don't need them in there (or want to put them in a different helmet)?Apr 5, 2014
Graham W:The velcro pads stick on to the inside of your helmet so that the speakers can be removed, but the sticky backing on the velcro pads wore off after repeated removal and installation. This can be remedied with some super glue, it really depends on the surface you will be sticking the velcro pads to.Apr 6, 2014