Want to know the ultimate for on bike tunes?

Discussion in 'Mods, Upgrades, Accessories and Products' started by Alan Taylor, Feb 25, 2019.

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  1. Alan Taylor

    Alan Taylor New Member

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    I put black velcro on the front of the new blade fuel tank. I have an oppo ha2-se dac(amplifier) with mp3 player velcroed on top of it then i have shure 846 earphones coming into my cranium. I have the best motorcycle sound system probably anywhere ha. It's so good I hear nothing but crystal clear music. It can be a bit dodgy though and I've decided to turn it down lately so I can hear just a bit of outside noise lol
     
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  2. Nytol

    Nytol Active Member

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    That's a serious set of head phones!

    Do they fit comfortably under the helmet?
     
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    Alan Taylor New Member

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    They are practically made for under a helmet they work that good and never come out when you put your helmet on because the wires go over your ear. The shure 534 will be more than sufficient also.
     
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    Weird.:confused:

    I have no drama listening to music in the car, but on a bike I just can't comprehend. Defo not for me - but each to their own!;)
     
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    Spygoat Well-Known Member

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    I have a Sena that pipes music into my helmet. Works great with my iPhone. Usually just have the intercom on with other riders. I've used the phone at ludicrous speed without the person on the other end even knowing I was practically breaking the sound barrier.
     
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  6. Nytol

    Nytol Active Member

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    Me neither, but then maybe if I was using it for commuting rather than just for pleasure that may change?
     
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    I commute and filtering through traffic AND listening to music is insane (to me at least) :eek:o_O
     
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    Blade runner 1 Senior Member

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    I just listen to one tune. It comes out the end of my SC Project CR-T:D
     
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  9. PauloHRC

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    I just couldn't listen too music whilst riding my bike! I've always liked to listen too the sound of the exhaust note, it can even help to identify what gear you're in on the twisties and you haven't got a gear indicator. It's also one of the reason's I don't' wear earplugs!
     
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  10. Blade runner 1

    Blade runner 1 Senior Member

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    Tried it once, didn’t get to the end of the first tune. Too much of a distraction for me.
     
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