A wise long distance rider once told me "Save your pennies, buy an Autocom"
at first I didn't listen to him, wasted money, wasn't happy,
eventually my pennies grew into enuf money for an Autocom, expense is in cabling as much as the unit itself, its british audio technology, so you really need the special isolation cables to connect your inputs
at first, a bit fussy to get set up, placement of speakers, mic and noise sensor in your helmet is critical, then setup your sensitivitys & volumes
once you have it done, you can virtually forget it
Stereo mp3s sound as good at 100mph as they do at 30mph, they GUARANTEE
voice communication at ANY speed
I've spent $750 so far, still need one more special cable if I want to use my Midland CB, right now, I have rider to pillon, radar detector, GPS/MP3, bluetooth module to connect with my cell phone and FRS for bike to bike
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