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For those of you who dare listen to music while you ride, what is the best way to do so? I use ear-buds (used to with my apple before it bit the dust) with my phone, but I have a hard time getting them to stay in my ears when I put my helmet on.

Are there certain earbuds that won't fall out? Are in-helmet speakers better? What's the word?
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Yea go to the Long Beach International Motorcycle Show and have them make some custom ear plugs that have the ear buds built in.

I'ts the way to go for sure!

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For those of you who dare listen to music while you ride, what is the best way to do so? I use ear-buds (used to with my apple before it bit the dust) with my phone, but I have a hard time getting them to stay in my ears when I put my helmet on.

Are there certain earbuds that won't fall out? Are in-helmet speakers better? What's the word?
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How much do they cost? what do they look like? are they comfortable?
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FYI, in CA you're only legally allowed to have one earbud in.
May want to convert all your music to mono if you want to stay within the letter of the law.
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I use the standard in-ear type just because I don't have helmet speakers, but the actual helmet speakers are better. A modular helmet really helps when using in-ears, because I can usually get a finger or two in there to adjust them after I have my helmet on. I've considered that higher end in-ears (m-audio, bose, ultimate ears, etc) would stay in better, but because most of them have a sealed fit, probably aren't the safest for use in traffic. This is also why I think helmet speakers would be better. I've been thinking about getting a regular pair of on-ear (not over-the-ear) headphones and popping them off the headband, then putting little velcro tabs inside my helmet to put them in. It would be WAY cheaper than a set designed specifically for helmet use. If you try this, however, remember to use the soft side of the velcro in the helmet, and the prickly side on the backs of the earphones, for comfort when they're not installed.
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I dident get them I have some that were made for me like 10 years ago that were close to $100.00 without the ear buds. But that was a totally old school compaired to now. They have a bunch of colors and normally you pick two different colors so you and fastly find out what one is for your right ear.

The comfort is amazing as its a mold of your ear.

I think just the plugs were around $60.00 not sure what the ear bud upgrade was.

I bet someone on here knows...

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Zumo 550 (MP3 player built-in) with 8GB SD card, and a Nolan N102 N-Com Bluetooth helmet. I can't get earbuds to stay in my ears period, so helmet speakers are the only way to go for me.
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FYI, in CA you're only legally allowed to have one earbud in.
May want to convert all your music to mono if you want to stay within the letter of the law.
True, true.. But a much easier solution would be to use one of these

http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102690&cp=&sr=1&origkw=stereo+to+mono&kw=stereo+to+mono&parentPage=search

Then use whichever earphone still had sound. That way, when you use both headphones when you're not riding, you still get all the wonderful panning effects*

(*I listen to a lot of Beatles/Zeppelin, etc.)
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I'm going to sound like my father here, but I like to hear all on the road. Like some engine revving into my lane like when some chump in a SUV Lexus decided to pass me on the right in my lane. I'd be nervous to listen to music while I ride. I need both my ears. I'm sounding like my father because he won't turn on his radio in his truck just so he can hear traffic to avoid accidents.
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I'm going to sound like my father here, but I like to hear all on the road. Like some engine revving into my lane like when some chump in a SUV Lexus decided to pass me on the right in my lane. I'd be nervous to listen to music while I ride. I need both my ears. I'm sounding like my father because he won't turn on his radio in his truck just so he can hear traffic to avoid accidents.
I'm with you on that. but a lot of people who wear full face helmets really can't hear that much traffic when riding anyways. When I went from a half to a 3/4 I noticed I'd lost a lot of my ability to listen to traffic. If I wind up getting a FF/modular at the motorcycle show, I expect I might start thinking about some riding tunes. I've yet to decide if they'd help me focus or be a distraction, though. I may just experiment on some short rides.
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I like the cheap headphone breaking idea. In accordance to the law I may have to be as I'm about to put the Motorola HS830 Bluetooth device on the helmet and that'll take up one of the earsockets. I originally bought that thing because I was under the impression that it would play music also. Now I'm trying to justify my purchase with the intercom feature it has and am trying to pressure my fiancee to buy one too. Personally I"m not one to gab on the phone while I ride, but it will be nice to actually pick up phone calls while i"m out instead of helplessly staring at the incoming call.
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I might consider the expensive earbud thing, but yeah, I don't want to block out the sounds of the road entirely.

gopam, after a while you learn to filter out the sounds you need to... although this is also probably because the earbuds have fallen out.
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This one will get your arse pumping Razz emoticon

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I've seen similar setups, but I would never put a system like this in a bike that didn't have a kickstart!!!
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I agree Drew, However, i have never got into listening to anything other than the motor on my scooter. I just would feel out of touch of what's going on around me. Besides i love the sound of a 2 stroke

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I'm going to sound like my father here, but I like to hear all on the road. Like some engine revving into my lane like when some chump in a SUV Lexus decided to pass me on the right in my lane. I'd be nervous to listen to music while I ride. I need both my ears. I'm sounding like my father because he won't turn on his radio in his truck just so he can hear traffic to avoid accidents.
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I'm going to sound like my father here, but I like to hear all on the road. Like some engine revving into my lane like when some chump in a SUV Lexus decided to pass me on the right in my lane. I'd be nervous to listen to music while I ride. I need both my ears. I'm sounding like my father because he won't turn on his radio in his truck just so he can hear traffic to avoid accidents.
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maybe the opening wasn't clear enough:
<b>For those of you who dare listen to music while you ride</b> if you don't listen to music, then this doesn't regard you. please politely don't say anything. thank you.
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i ride with my ipod sometimes, usually on a really long ride. i have disc shaped headphones that i slid into the built in speaker pockets in my helmet. that way it's out of my ear and i can still hear traffic around me, but i have some background music. i won't buy a helmet without speaker pockets now. earbuds hurt my ears anyway.

i don't ride with music at night or bad weather conditions or if i'm near the end of my ride and tired when my concentration is low.
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maybe the opening wasn't clear enough:
<b>For those of you who dare listen to music while you ride</b> if you don't listen to music, then this doesn't regard you. please politely don't say anything. thank you.
Mate, You forgot a smiley face! Or did you?

Salazam, members will chime in regardless and maybe express their views regarding your post, good or bad on your part. That is part of the MV history.

Smiling whilst typing

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chad, that's a great idea! and way cheaper than say something like a Camos setup (the BHS-600 is $200!!!) I just wonder how it would fit under the helmet.
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I hear better on a bike with earplugs......always.

Wind noise kills me, can hear nothing else.

So adding music is a win win for me.

I use Shure in ear earbuds....seal out the wind altogether.

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i use a grippit cupholder with a cup containing little speakers plugged in to my ipod shuffle. the cup acts as an amp. works really well and i don't have anything in my ears.
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i use a grippit cupholder with a cup containing little speakers plugged in to my ipod shuffle. the cup acts as an amp. works really well and i don't have anything in my ears.
With the cupholder on the helmet? Razz emoticon
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I hear better on a bike with earplugs......always.

Wind noise kills me, can hear nothing else.

So adding music is a win win for me.

I use Shure in ear earbuds....seal out the wind altogether.

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I was thinking of that too... although Shures are expensive (worth it I'm sure, they make excellent microphones that rival AKG). They don't get pulled out of your ears when you put your helmet on?
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Zumo 550 (MP3 player built-in) with 8GB SD card, and a Nolan N102 N-Com Bluetooth helmet. I can't get earbuds to stay in my ears period, so helmet speakers are the only way to go for me.
How well do the speakers compete with the wind noise? I have an N102 N-Com, and I find it very noisy. I bought it with the intention eventually of your same set-up. I tried my ipod ear buds on one trip, and the wind noise was an issue for me.

BTW, I usually wear foam earplugs for any journey that takes me out of town.
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While I believe effective and safe moto/scoot riding demands full concentration, hence no music while riding, others may not share that opinion (hi M@).

You will find custom molded earplugs w/ embedded earbuds @ the LB motoshow for ~ US$150.

An alternative is Etymotic isolating earbuds: http://www.etymotic.com/ephp/er6i.aspx

FWIW, I use the high-end ER4 @ home and the above ER6i when travelling. The ER4's are the best audiofile EB's I've have found so far & the ER6i are no slouch and considerably more affordable - they can be had ~US$70.

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i use a grippit cupholder with a cup containing little speakers plugged in to my ipod shuffle. the cup acts as an amp. works really well and i don't have anything in my ears.
How long have you been using your Grippit? I've had 2 fail after a couple months because the suction cups crapped out.

Can you really hear well while riding using this set up? What kind of helmet do you wear?
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i use a grippit cupholder with a cup containing little speakers plugged in to my ipod shuffle. the cup acts as an amp. works really well and i don't have anything in my ears.
With the cupholder on the helmet? Razz emoticon
glovebox... i should try my helmet!
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chad, that's a great idea! and way cheaper than say something like a Camos setup (the BHS-600 is $200!!!) I just wonder how it would fit under the helmet.
i have a hjc full face that i use it with sometimes, works great.
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There was a Motorola Bluetooth headset made to mount on helmets, the HS830. I see them on eBay all the time, but be careful because I think there are several versions of it.

Check it on Amazon.
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Satellite radio rocks.
And, apparently, so do drop shadows!

How do you actually listen to the radio? Helmet headphones? Standard earbuds?
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And, apparently, so do drop shadows!

How do you actually listen to the radio? Helmet headphones? Standard earbuds?
Earbuds with drop shadows.
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They are fairly flat and velcro inside the helmet. They sound pretty good, but you have to position them just right for sound quality and comfort which takes a while. They are more for long rides that you can prep for, not really for grab and go.
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I'm going to sound like my father here, but I like to hear all on the road. Like some engine revving into my lane like when some chump in a SUV Lexus decided to pass me on the right in my lane. I'd be nervous to listen to music while I ride. I need both my ears. I'm sounding like my father because he won't turn on his radio in his truck just so he can hear traffic to avoid accidents.
I'm going to sound like Pam's father too, but add that I actually think headphones can throw off one's sense of balance/equilibrium. I don't ride with tunes on my scoot but I tried riding my mountain bike with an iPod and I turned into a total trail turd. Stuff I previously had almost innate etherial flow on became a thunky sucession of biffs. And that's in an enviroment without traffic!

When scooting, I think my helmet and earplugs filter out a certain level of noise but still allow me to hear well. It also takes a certain amount of concentration to listen to music particularly when its in your ear and I think it detracts from your available attention/reaction span...kinda how breaking in a leaned turn uses up available traction. But that's me...your results may vary.

All that said, I do know people who have fitted Giro TuneUps--an MP3 and phone audio kit for snow sport helmets--to motocross helmets with relative ease. I imagine it would work well for street helmets too...here's the gist: http://reviews.cnet.com/specialized-electronics/giro-tune-ups-ii/4505-3505_7-30979134.html. Again I wouldn't do it, but I'm not you...and at least these aren't in-ear headphones.

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There was a Motorola Bluetooth headset made to mount on helmets, the HS830. I see them on eBay all the time, but be careful because I think there are several versions of it.

Check it on Amazon.
The HS830 doesn't play music because it's not A2DP enabled. I found this out the hard way and now I have one. Anyone want? $40 and it's yours! Razz emoticon
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There was a Motorola Bluetooth headset made to mount on helmets, the HS830. I see them on eBay all the time, but be careful because I think there are several versions of it.

Check it on Amazon.
The HS830 doesn't play music because it's not A2DP enabled. I found this out the hard way and now I have one. Anyone want? $40 and it's yours! Razz emoticon
Well, crap. Even from a music device with built-in Bluetooth such as an iPhone? So all this is good for is phone conversations?
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There was a Motorola Bluetooth headset made to mount on helmets, the HS830. I see them on eBay all the time, but be careful because I think there are several versions of it.

Check it on Amazon.
The HS830 doesn't play music because it's not A2DP enabled. I found this out the hard way and now I have one. Anyone want? $40 and it's yours! Razz emoticon
Well, crap. Even from a music device with built-in Bluetooth such as an iPhone? So all this is good for is phone conversations?
Yes. There are headsets that do accommodate A2DP, like the Camos BHS-500 and BHS-600. But I think I'm going with what chad suggested, the Motorola S9. I too have an HJC helmet! We could be brothers!
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