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METHODMAN

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METHODMAN says:

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Hi. I'm after some earphones for the sat nav on my bike. The flat ones that velcro in your helmet like you wear for CBT and lessons. Anyone got any ideas where i could find some? Cheers

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chicane

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chicane says:

me too

tried the ordinary type on Saturday, firstly I coudn't get it to stay in place then couldn't hear a thing for the wind-noise.

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greenpro

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greenpro says:

!!!

'couldn't get it to stay in place, and couldn't hear a thing for the wind noise !!!! Blimey.

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Sparky24

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Sparky24 says:

Earphones

Why dont you try autocom or starcom as they use them for their intercom systems. Autocom ones normally have a 4 pin plug on. Not sure about the starcom ones but if you contact the companies they should be able to tell youif they can help you.

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KWAK6ftRider

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KWAK6ftRider says:

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Starcom unit is a fantastic way to get sound into your helmet, but if you do not want to go the hog with an intercom unit, then you could try Green leopard http://www.greenleopard.co.uk they do molded earplugs, but can fit headphones into those ear plugs. So you get the background sound muted by the earplugs, but still able to hear you audio.

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chicane

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chicane says:

Greenpro

yeah I know it was that second plate of beans wot done it. Was trying to get satnav on the cheap with the tomtom1 (from the car) in my jacket pocket and tescos headphones, serves me right really, guess I'll just have to shell out the extra for the rider. Had a look at the starcom stuff but not sure how many systems ipod/phone/satnav/bike2bike you can plug in and how much it would cost.

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davsato

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davsato says:

helmet speakers

i use bassmonsters for my garmin, theyre brilliant and plenty loud enough. just do a google search dave PS tomtom rider has sound but only via bluetooth, it doesnt have a headphone socket at all.

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Sparky24

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Sparky24 says:

Tomtom rider

The audio for the tomtom rider is via a bluetooth link but then a speaker or in ear head phone is used from the bluetooth module. The speaker is of the type that methodman is looking for.

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METHODMAN

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METHODMAN says:

Bass monsters...

Ended up buying some bass monsters and they do the trick. Cheers for your help

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