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Post by pieter1 on 14th September 2008, 20:34

I think of putting a small speaker inside the ear pockets of my BMW sport helmet (Full Face) and need advice.

Can it be done, without cutting the inside protection to the bone?
If it can be done, where will I get the small speakers from and how difficult is it to do it?

My helmet is tight fit around the ears and not sure if this will work.
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Post by Joe on 14th September 2008, 21:09

Hi, it can definately be done, Pauli installed a Baehr into my helmet recently, works like a charm !
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Post by pieter1 on 14th September 2008, 23:09

This sounds great, do you have info?
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Post by Andre on 15th September 2008, 06:42

I also have the BMW full face helmet and installed the speakers of my Scala Rider myself. Very easy. In my case they came with velcro strips that you glue inside the helmet. Took me 20 minutes Very Happy
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Post by Tony R on 15th September 2008, 10:18

Also have the Scala rider system and it took me about 30 mins to do both helmets. The speakers are flat so that you never see or feel them and they work very well.

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Post by Bear on 15th September 2008, 12:34

Also got the Scala Q2 system and the Appie at bavarian installed it for me within 20 mins...
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Post by pieter1 on 15th September 2008, 19:49

Andre, Tony and Bear,
Thanks for the prompt response, it sounds excellent. Where do you get the Scala System speakers from (where to buy) as I plan to do it myself.
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Post by Bear on 15th September 2008, 20:43

pieter1 wrote:Andre, Tony and Bear,
Thanks for the prompt response, it sounds excellent. Where do you get the Scala System speakers from (where to buy) as I plan to do it myself.

Hi Pieter1, i replied to your e-mail....

GSing on the this forum supplies them as well as Bavarian Motorcycles..... Very Happy
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Post by Andre on 15th September 2008, 21:41

Yes, also responded to your PM. Got mine from GPS4Africa Very Happy Ask GSing or look on their website www.gps4africa.co.za.
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