Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: western Massachusetts
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The problem with speakers thin enough to work in a helmet is they typically sound awful. If you want good sound quality, consider a set of earbuds. They will direct better quality sound right to your ears and provide some noise attenuation as well. Turn off the sound and they function like ear plugs and are great for cutting out wind noise and to help reduce fatigue when you ride a long distance. Skull Candy Ink'd earbuds, as one example, sound quite good, are flat enough so you can get your helmet on over them, and they're cheap. I paid $10 for mine.
If you want really great sound, check out Shure in-ear speakers...bring money.
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