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Old 08-23-2012, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so as I was looking around for an easy way to add music to my bike without big ugly speekers that was non invasive and looked good I came across www.firehousetechnology.com. They have these small universal "ITube" speekers that have amazing sound for something so small. I got 2 of them off their ebay store for just under $90 shipped. had them within 3 days and am very impressed with the quality of product and sound I got for so cheep.They work off of an internal battery and can either play music off the micro sd card they come with , fm radio, or aux like a phone. here is a video on youtube I did of them just after install.
I took a ride and around town they sound great and could still hear them at highway speeds with a half helmet on. tho not as clearly as in town. But good enough for what I wanted them for. they would work great for someone comuting in town or down back roads where there is not a lot of freewat noise. I realy like that they can be used for multiple applications like I have one of them attached to my laptop for better sound and the mounts are rubber and velcro so the hold on well and fit my 1.5'' Burly Bars.

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those look pretty good. and cheap enough too.
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very cool!!!!
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Thanks for post this. ..u just make me save a lot of money. ...i almost buy the 399 set of speakers...thanks again...!!!
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They sound and look great! I may have to try that!
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Did you wire the speakers?


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Old 09-22-2012, 07:43 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Sena Bluetooth
Even easier.
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Explain how there easier?


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Old 09-23-2012, 11:54 PM   #10 (permalink)
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The speakers are in your helmet so you can actually hear the music at speed. They are Bluetooth so no wires to your phone or bike. They don't connect to the bike so you don't have to worry about them being stolen. Battery life between charge is outstanding. If you have a pair you can use them to talk to your riding buddy or passenger.

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