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|12-10-2010 01:41 PM|
|wetoddid||If you are looking for passive noise reduction, I have had great success with Comply NR-10 earbuds (more like ear plugs). They are excellent for cancelling out wind. I actually wear them instead of my Bose QC15s. They are only 40 bucks doing a search. Don't bother with the NR-10i, too much money for not a lot more. I've used them to 55mph on a motorcycle and still enjoyed it.|
|11-15-2010 05:27 PM|
|Puggy||For those audiophiles out there look for some of the upper end senheiser earbuds or JVC, I just bought a pair of AKG K701 reference headphones I wish I could take on the slopes with me but I don't want to risk breaking em.|
|11-15-2010 04:46 PM|
|NYCboarder||I wear a pair of sony ear buds. I picked up on sale for like 20 bucks. I like them bc they have several rubber earbuds you can chabge to fit your ear size. I also chose buds bc I wear a helmet. I also wear an under armour head facemask thing which helps hold them in my ears. Hope that helped|
|11-15-2010 04:06 PM|
|agoodwin727||I use Klipsch S4's - in ear buds that are easily my favorite ever. Very comfortable, great sound isolation. Just my 2 cents - they don't stay in well unless I wrap them around my ear though.|
|10-11-2010 01:24 PM|
My boardshop gave me this helmet for free. Not having buds in your ears makes all the difference. Having a helmet with tunes is like investing in a surround system for your head.
CAPIX PAT MILBERY SKULLCANDY AUDIO HELMET - BLACK
If your against the helmet then I'd recommend the skullcandy titans. They come with sound contol right on the cord so you dont have to reach into your jacket to stop your music. Always a bonus. Skullcandy TiTan headphones - In-ear ear-bud, Binaural - Copper
|10-11-2010 12:17 PM|
|HoboMaster||Safety, what's that? I'm always guilty of blasting my music, helps me ride. Listening to it half-mast just doesn't do anything for me.|
|10-11-2010 11:17 AM|
Originally Posted by BurtonBlunt View Post
|10-10-2010 10:31 PM|
... i rock beats by dre while riding....
the best sounding headphones out there... and i've tried plenty
honestly... i've only used these headphones once while riding. i don't like the feeling of not being able to hear (goes with any headphones, not just beats) whats around you. for safety reasons. i trust myself in riding but i don't trust others. .. i just use my beats by dre on long car rides.
|09-28-2010 12:09 AM|
I use the R.E.D. phones that you can insert into the earwarmers on a R.E.D. helmet.
I have the 2010 R.E.D. aletta.
Sounds pretty decent.
|09-09-2010 01:44 PM|
Originally Posted by MountainManCO View Post
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