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In-Helmet Speakers - August 7, 2008, 01:58 PM

Hey I know that this has already been a subject of discussion, but in regards to best-bang-for-the-buck what do you guys recommend for in-helmet speakers? Websites? Nothing fancy please. Thanks!

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I bought some chatterbox speakers but I need a booster to hear them. I saw a thing called a boosteroo that will boost mp3 player headphone output to drive speakers. Still have not bought it yet. I guess I am too cheap since I already have nice in ear headphones.


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August 7, 2008, 06:39 PM

I have the speakers that came with the Motocom system. I have a booster for it. Works great
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hmmm.....anyone else?
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I use an ipod shuffle with headphones but I would like an alternative so if you find something you really dig be sure to post up.. cost and other info plz.


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