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Old 05-03-2019, 11:36 AM
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Any new headset or cheaper alternatives out there?
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Old 05-03-2019, 04:18 PM
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Any new headset or cheaper alternatives out there?
for motocross tracks we use lexin r6 Bluetooth system. Has plenty of range and very good system on amazon for 85$. I personally have tried the sena systems 400$ and my system is much better because I went to harbor frieght and bought noise canceling headphones for 14$ and simply put the speakers inside the muffs. Very easy.
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Look in the app store, there are many WiFi and Bluetooth communicator apps to find. No costs so a worth to try
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Look in the app store, there are many WiFi and Bluetooth communicator apps to find. No costs so a worth to try
the price of this popular system is ridiculous. so many head sets out there that are cheap as and just as good.
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the price of this popular system is ridiculous. so many head sets out there that are cheap as and just as good.
thats why I awoken this old post up
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Originally Posted by Matt Piva View Post

for motocross tracks we use lexin r6 Bluetooth system. Has plenty of range and very good system on amazon for 85$. I personally have tried the sena systems 400$ and my system is much better because I went to harbor frieght and bought noise canceling headphones for 14$ and simply put the speakers inside the muffs. Very easy.
you put the r6 Bluetooth inside the noise canceling headphones
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:23 AM
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What headsets is everyone using now?
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eartec: https://www.rcconceptusa.net/headsets
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Originally Posted by iplaygames View Post
the price of this popular system is ridiculous. so many head sets out there that are cheap as and just as good.
So provide some links. I was one that was pissed they cost so much. But then I tried them, researched alternative lower cost products and could not find anything that is simple to use and cheaper then these.. Im glad I brought them, they have been awesome.
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So provide some links. I was one that was pissed they cost so much. But then I tried them, researched alternative lower cost products and could not find anything that is simple to use and cheaper then these.. Im glad I brought them, they have been awesome.
i hear ya! I have borrowed a few friends headsets at races and they are pretty dang awesome lol just gotta find the will to pay that much
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Changed the Thread Title, as we are getting a bit more traffic on the topic in general, so lets make this our "Headset" Thread.
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So provide some links. I was one that was pissed they cost so much. But then I tried them, researched alternative lower cost products and could not find anything that is simple to use and cheaper then these.. Im glad I brought them, they have been awesome.
a google search has thousands of results for bluetooth communication, in-ear and over the top etc.
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last yr at pnb i went to walmart to get bluetooth headphone and we were just going to use our phones. they didnt have any noise cancelling ones so we tried the ear piece wired set. it was terrible. ended up just buying these and it was the best thing i ever did.
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