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Thumper Enhanced-Bass Helmet Speakers


  • Enhanced bass response speakers for your helmet
  • Install using hook-and-loop backing material
  • Weatherproof connectors
  • Coiled extension cable included
  • Speakers measure less than 1/2" thick
  • 1 1/2" in diameter (2" with speaker covers installed)

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Motocomm Thumper Enhanced-Bass Helmet Speakers 3.7 5 13 13
Works as designed Other reviews provided a mix of responses. My experience with these speakers is not all that different. I generally wear ear plugs while riding. At full volume, i can hear my tunes even on the highway although just. Overall these were a good purchase for the price point. They allow me to travel with my music at least in the background. They will not blow your ears and still allow you to hear what's going on around you. September 27, 2014
Make sure you line them up with your ears when mounting. For the price these are really good. The sound is good in my Scorpion EXO-500 helmet up to about 80 mph. The bass isn't great but it's livable. The big thing is to make sure they are lined up with your ear and don't just use the precut areas. I had to carve out a little bit in front of the holes Scorpion had precut as this would have put them behind my ears. I have used them with an older Ipod and my Galaxy S3. September 3, 2014
Not loud enough The sound is not loud enough even below 60mph I can barely hear my music. June 2, 2014
Not the loudest Installation was pretty simple in my Shoei RF 1100 only the speakers are slightly larger than the speaker ports on my helmet so it does add a little bulk to the ears. They come with velcro so you can adjust the way you need. The volume is not that loud, but they still sound OK. They seem to handle bass pretty well. I used my phones EQ and itunes to increase the volume level. Not as loud as ear buds but at least I don't have to worry about them falling out of my ear. May 28, 2014
Were not loud enough to be useful to me Connected to Galaxy S3 - these were not loud enough to sound good at highway speeds riding my BMW K1200. I bought klipsch noise blocking earbuds instead - those work well. April 5, 2014
good for the price The sound isn't the best out of the box but then again these aren't a set of expensive headphones. I was able to correct it with equalizer adjustments and they sound just fine now. I have a Shoei RF-1100 helmet which doesn't have a lot of wind noise and at 120km/hr on the highway they are still plenty loud. Now I can listen to the radio on my way to work or tunes on my weekend rides! My biggest complaints are that I dont really care for the uneven left and right cable lengths, and I don't have enough room in my helmet to tuck in all the cabling before the "Y" part. It's a minor annoyance and obviously these were made to work with many helmets, might not be an issue with a different helmet. May 22, 2013
Love These! work so much better than headphones. Comfy for long trips and loud enough to make it heard over my loud v twin. buy these and you will not be unhappy. May 20, 2013
nice sound at 35 to 40 mph thease sound really nice at 30 to 45 mph at highway speed they sound like a old radio but you can hear them and it is nice to have toons going down the road or trail easy install and of course supper fast shipping like Revzilla dose all their orders any how for twenty bucks cant go wrong and no poressure like you get with ear buds May 15, 2013
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Motocomm Thumper Enhanced-Bass Helmet Speakers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Patrick K: wanted speakers that plugged in to a headphone jack. Jul 22, 2014
Robert H: liked reviews May 31, 2014
Jean-Philippe P: need to have my music May 10, 2014
Norman L: Cost and functionality. Mar 19, 2014
Maureen W: I've heard some awesome reviews on this. Can't wait to try them Dec 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
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Brian B: You can easily pull them in and out if needed. Velcro on the back of the speaker holds to strips you place in the helmet. It allows for easy removal. Apr 5, 2014
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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
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David L: Tracey, I take my speakers out when I switch helmets. Very easy to do. Hope this helps. let me know if you have anymore questions. Best, David Apr 7, 2014
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john k: You can remove them and put them back in pretty easily. Threading the wires can be a little tricky depending on your helmet. Apr 5, 2014
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Ryan S: They are Velcro and can be removed very easily Apr 8, 2014
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Daniel S asked: Do these have any sort of pause button on them? If not do you guys sell a pair that does? Need to be able to turn mustic on/off Jun 20, 2014
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Guy B: I can answer half the question ... no pause button.
I threw away the pair I bought (poor audio quality) and got a nice pair of klipsch earbuds to use with my android phone while riding. If you go for earbuds with a pause make sure you get the right type iphone or ipod vs android.
Jun 23, 2014
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Kimberly L. H: no they do not but if you buy a mini amp for this type of set up not only are the louder but you have volume control but a way to shut them down with out messy with your mp3 player or what have ya I don't know if revzilla sells them or not Jun 23, 2014
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Ahmed K: Hey Daniel,

I purchased these and this model does not have any volume controls or pause/play functionality. Unfortunately, I haven't checked other models to see what does,

Jun 24, 2014
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Martin B: No. Plugs into gps or ipod. Use these to control volume & on/off. Jun 23, 2014
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Rod C: No pause button on earphone, have to do it from the source. Jun 23, 2014
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Evan D asked: How do these speakers compare with the ones that come with the sena smh10r bluetooth comm set? May 2, 2014
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Kimberly L. H: I am sorry I have no idea these work pretty well the better your helmet the better they sound if your helmet is noisy then they are hard to heal they in no way sound has good has ear buds but the let you hear your music hope that helps May 3, 2014
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