Earbuds fall out, but the Audio Force isn't going anywhere.
Swap out the stock ear set in your Protec winter helmet with the Audio Force Ear Set, and, while you shred, you can rock out to reggae-tech-classic, dub-folk, or whatever kind of nonsense you kids are listening to these days. A cord runs from the audio jack on the ear set to your mp3 player, and an inline volume control allows you to dial in the loud without having to reach for your player.
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Out of the box the right speakers was choppy. On full volume the right speaker cut out completely. Cheap wire and volume control. Movement causes cut out.
Will it fit a standard pro-tec bike/skate...
Will it fit a standard pro-tec bike/skate helmet?
huh? what? oh let me turn this down
PRetty sweet! they actually do allow for a lot of hearing and junk so you don/t slam into the family of skiers that are screaming their heads off at you because granny fell in the middle of the hill. just wish they had a mic on them for calls. super secure fix to helmet to. they not goin anywhurrrr dawg
Could we make or answer a phone call with...
Could we make or answer a phone call with this ?
negative..well I'm sure its possible but they aren't made for it..no mic on that volume adjuster thing..only down side
hi, what size helmet are these earphones...
hi, what size helmet are these earphones for please?
The remaining inventory is for a size Small.
I am planning on getting thee audio force...
I am planning on getting thee audio force speakers for my protec classic helmet but have a question. On my helmet the stock ear pads are attached by heavy duty snap on buttons but on these ear pads I do not see these snaps in the picture and was wondering how they attach securely?
the ear pads on my helmet slid up into the foam and snapped into that area and that how these work. they don't move or fall from that spot either trust me I've fallen many times with them in haha