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post #61 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-14-2009, 01:16 PM
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can anyone point me to a recent review/comparison site that reviews the various available helmets with built-in audio?
They're virtually all crap if you're looking for any quality beyond your basic $10 JVC earbud.

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post #62 of 62 (permalink) Old 01-14-2009, 08:44 PM
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Motorola S9-HD Bluetooth Headphones

I've been using these to run in for the past few weeks, and they are pretty awesome. I'm going to try them out on the slopes this weekend to see how they hold up... I'm not sure how comfortable they will be while wearing my goggles and cap. But the bluetooth works very well, you just plug the dongle into your ipod and it syncs up. Good sound quality, I have heard better, but I would give it around an 8 on a scale of 10. Plus I can sit down my ipod and walk across the gym, and it doesn't lose communication. They have controls on the headset, which I think would be handy so you dont have to pull out your Ipod to change songs, volume, or pause it.

If you hook them up to a phone they will break music so you can answer calls, too.

I'll post up how they work while boarding after I try them out some, but they are great for running and working out in general.

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