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What headphones would anybody recomend for a half helmet to keep the wind down and the entertainment level up?

i currently use skull candy and i find they let ALOT of wind noise through...
 

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I have a set of Urban Ears that sound great. I think they're made by Logitech...

I was in an airport one day and happened by a replacement set of foam earpieces for like $5. They're made of the same material as foam earplugs so they really cut down on the wind noise and don't fall out easily. I think they were a universal fit for most in-ear headphones.
 

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I like Skullcandy they are pretty nice and you can't beat the sound. Plus they come with diff. ear peices since everyone's ears are a little diff.
 

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hey guys, just a thought. I like my tunes loud and hate earbuds. I bought the Sportech Cranker bag and I'm very pleased with the sound level. Can't hear much over 70 but I'm getting older and don't get over 70 much these days but sounds clear as can be when I'm peddling along the backroads at 60.
 

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just ordered some Sony Noise Canceling Ear-bud Headphones MDRNC33B i hope there good. ill post the info and satisfaction of these once i get them...
 

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I picked up some JVC Marshmallow earbuds this last weekend at Best Buy. About $17. I wear headphones at work for 9 hours a day. I can't usually wear the in-ear ones because they just aggravate my ear and start to really hurt. At work I wear some of those outer-ear ones that wrap around behind your head. They're not the greatest but I can wear em all day and they don't kill my ears.

I wanted a pair for riding long distances, and my gf told me I should try out the Marshmallow ones that conform to your ear like ear plugs. I got the JVCs, and wore them on a 2 hour ride this last weekend. They work awesome. I wear a full face and they fit great. Don't agitate my ears, and feel comfortable even as I'm slipping on my helmet.
I'm planning on getting a half shell soon, and plan on wearing a bandana to 1) cut the wind noise, and 2) to hold my earphones in place.

http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelId=MODL028859&pathId=162&page=1&styleId=B
 
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