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Bluetooth music listening query

Do you listen to music while you ride?
If so, what do you use for headset?
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Re: Bluetooth music listening query

a decent set of in ear headphones works well under a helmet.
takes the bordom out of the long freeway trips, dont like it so much in the twisties id rather be able to hear the engine then ....
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Re: Bluetooth music listening query

I use the Cardo headset.. Bluetooth and FM radio combined...just start talking and the radio mutes and can either take a phone call or talk to another rider...far superior to Chatterbox...

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Re: Bluetooth music listening query

I know some of you might be from another country, but is listening to music through headphones legal? I know some of the cruisers have the stereos, but I was curious about headphones. I listen to my ipod with a decent in ear headphones like johnnyblade suggested, but now it's got me thinking about the legal aspect.
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Re: Bluetooth music listening query

why wouldnt it be legal ? your technically doing absolutely nothing wrong, your not effecting the way the bike rides or handles, your simply taking the hearing aspect out of riding. If it was the case then talking to other people in a car, listening to music etc, would be illegal.

its fine, its just most people wouldnt recommend it
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