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Basic Redphones, or "The DJ" version which are literally just a normal headphone shell case around those basics (which you remove to do the drop in to the helmet).
Thanks for the links. Just browsed their pictures. Interesting that the Basic Redphones pictures do not show any wiring, apart from the black disc-like speakers.
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I just purchased the RED speakers for my helmet today. Have it all set up but probably wont get to really try it till next week.
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Has anyone tried the new Bluetooth kit for the smith helmets? I know the older version had some bugs/issues which is why I went with the wired one that basically blows and now doesn't pause or skip tracks...

I like the beats replacement cable idea though and it's $195 cheaper lol
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I've been using skull candy helmet/beanie inserts for 2 years. $7.99 on their eBay store. No mic, nothing fancy, just music that sounds nice and clear.....
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I've been using skull candy helmet/beanie inserts for 2 years. $7.99 on their eBay store. No mic, nothing fancy, just music that sounds nice and clear.....
do you have a link? I wouldn't mind picking up a pair.
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do you have a link? I wouldn't mind picking up a pair.

Skullcandy Home Brew Speaker Kit Integrates with Hoodies and Beanies | eBay
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The home brew ear pads + the beats inline remote = solid combo if you like to skip around tracks, raise/lower the volume, or play/pause the music.


Beats inline remote
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And for under $20 total
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And for under $20 total
Amen
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awesome, thanks man!
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