MotoComm Thumper 1 Enhanced Bass Helmet Speakers
- Part #: 408061
- Manufacturer Part #: THUMPER1
Overview of MotoComm Thumper 1 Enhanced Bass Helmet Speakers
- Helmet speakers with enhanced bass response
- Use hook-and-loop backing material for installation
- All connectors are weatherproof
- Coiled extension cable included
- Speakers measure less than 1/2 in. thick and just 1 1/2 in. diameter (2 in. diameter with speaker covers installed)
- Sold in pairs
Specs for MotoComm Thumper 1 Enhanced Bass Helmet Speakers
Reviews for MotoComm Thumper 1 Enhanced Bass Helmet Speakers
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
Didn't work well, came apart regularly, tossed before 1st trip wtih it was completedI wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
These were too large for what I was looking for. The cord is also very thick. If you had tons of room these would be fine, most time in helmets there isn't a lot of room.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
The sound if great on these with no need for an amplifier. The fit in a Shoei RF-1000 is a little tight. They rubbed my ears and were not very comfortable. OK for short rides but leaves me wanting.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
Not for music listening
I was hoping these speakers would provide a viable alternative to wearing earbuds under my helmet on the bike, however, a cheap pair of earbuds works much better. My Icon Alliance SSR helmet has two pockets for speakers, and these slipped right in-size was ok. However, when I hooked my ipod up to these to try out, I got the tinniest, scratchiest sounding music I've ever heard. Zero bass, waaaaay too much treble, and you get static whenever the headphone jack even slightly moves(other headphones on the same player don't, so it's not the ipod's fault). Trying them out on the road I had to have the ipod's volume at max, and then all I heard was tinny schreeching. Lowering the volume slightly improves quality, but then you can barely/not at all hear it-and my bike isn't that loud. These may be ok for a voice comms system or a way to use walkie-talkie type radios on the road, but for music, they absolutely suck. A $8 set of "clip on" earbuds have much better sound quality and better volume.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
Instructions and Media for MotoComm Thumper 1 Enhanced Bass Helmet Speakers
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