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Old 02-09-2010, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Helmet choices...Bern Brentwood Audio vs. Protec B2 Audio

Looking for a great helmet WITH audio included.

Never riden with a helmet before, but figure its probably a good idea.

The Bern Brentwood Audio and the Protec B2 Audio both in matte black look awesome. Anyone had experiences with either or thoughts on which is superior? Can't seem to find any local stores here in socal which carry either right now.

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Old 02-09-2010, 08:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I can't comment on those, but I have a poc that I am happy with. It is warm comfortable and feels like it can really save my head.
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bern's audio system is pretty lame
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lame...how so?

What would you recommend?
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I bought a Bern Baker audio helmet a few seasons ago, when mp3 compatible helmets were 1st becoming popular. The wires broke the first time I used the helmet and I ended up going back to the non-audio liner and wearing ear buds. Wasted about $40.

My suggestion is to find a beanie with audio and a helmet that can be worn with a beanie & goggle underneath. RED helmets can do that quite easily and look great.

My ex girlfriend had a Salomon audio helmet that the wires broke on also FWIW.
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red hifi with skullcandy + skulllcrushers subs is okay. Its worth the $35 I paid
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lame...how so?

What would you recommend?
it's because of the way they do their liner

ass-backwards
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