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Offline Squishman

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Re: sound for helmet
« Reply #20 on: May 31, 2011, 04:29:02 pm »
Yeah, Jon. I knew you what you were referring to. And that cancelling earbuds are a different animal. Good thinking that the mic might not be effective in the helmet anyway. Thanks for the info.
I did pick up a pair of Yurbuds. They are supposed to be very comfortable. They are designed for runners to stay secure and comfortable.
Comfort is very important for me of course and these seal your ear better than anything I've ever seen. I got the Ironman model.
And the sound is good.
I'll report back after my trip next weekend.
Thanks for everyone's input.
Todd
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Re: sound for helmet
« Reply #21 on: June 06, 2011, 08:26:39 pm »
The Yurbuds were great. They sound very good and felt pretty good most of the 915 mile ride. 
Todd
Eagan, MN
Photos of my 1999 Conk: http://s751.photobucket.com/home/Squishman/index
Fav farkles: custom-cut Corbin Seat, Sonic 1.2's, Sisf's righteous carb work, Yamaha ATV bars, Spoofak, Rifle Shield, Stick Coils.