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Chatterbox intercom systems or any thing else. Anyone ever use one?

I met a guy at hooters that said he loved his. He said, it worked great for talking to his wife or talking to another rider. Also that wind noise wasn't a factor even on the hwy @80mph.

I see that you can get systems that have inputs for cellphone, passenger, mp3 players etc.. etc. Just wanted some to see what you guys & gals thought.

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Re: Intercom systems

i'd rather my girlfriend not be able to scream at me while riding. ;)
 

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I need one to tell Uro to slow down. :-\
 

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Re: Intercom systems

Check out the Dainese Airstream Helmet:

[url=http://www.dainese.com/eng/articolo.asp?cat=1,2,3,7&nome=AIRSTREAM_COURSE_Bluetooth
 

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He said, it worked great for talking to his wife or talking to another rider
Why would you even want to do that? (I don't get it) ???

Check out the Dainese Airstream Helmet



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Sorry about the link - it got chopped (along with my other comments!) - repasted below.

Anyway, I have the Airstream helmet. Bluetooth enabled, it will connect to any bluetooth device (i.e. phone or mp3 player) OR to another Airstream helmet directly (without a phone in between). Basically it behaves the same as a Bluetooth headset. The battery, charging jack, mike, and speakers (both ears) are completely built in - so there are no wires to deal with. I have used it for phone and mp3 - it works great, even at speed; I have not used it helmet to helmet yet, but apparently (according to the dealer) it will work up to 30 feet apart, so it could be used between bikes as well.

You can make outgoing calls if you have voice dialing on your phone. The one tricky thing to get used to is the single multifunction button (left side of shell) which controls everything with different press & hold patterns - quick tap for volume control, 1 second tap to answer call (or get dial tone to call out); press and hold for 10 seconds to establish a connection etc. (which you only need to do once with your phone and then the connection should be automatic after that...). Anyway, it takes a bit to get going with it, but once you got it down - no worries.

Not cheap (paid $649 for mine), but much cheaper than a separate helmet and intercom system (and no wires!).

Also, it comes in any color as long as its Titanium ;)

http://www.dainese.com/eng/articolo.asp?cat=1,2,3,7&nome=AIRSTREAM_COURSE_Bluetooth&articolo=1835479
 
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