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Old 04-14-2012, 12:09 PM   #1
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Advice please- intercoms for flip-up helmets

After nearly 50 yrs of riding, I'm finally receptive to exploring helmet-to-helmet intercom systems for on-bike communication. My wife and I both use Schuberth helmets (C2 & C3). I'm interested in anything that's simple and effective, maybe even wireless. We're going for a long-ish ride this Spring, and I'd like to make the ride as enjoyable for my wife as possible, and I think communication will be key. Thanks for any help you can offer. Ed in MIchigan
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:55 PM   #2
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Well the easiest with a Schuberth is going to be the Schubeth system. I too have a C3, But liked the Sena Bluetooth. If you go this route like I did I got the base mount without the attached boom mic, This way you can mount the seperate boom to the inside of the cheek pad which keeps you from having to try and shove it into position from outside the helmet. I am VERY HAPPY with the Sena system and there is a great deal on them in the vendors section.
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