K I finally joined the iPod fanatic craze, except one thing, anyone know of a good ear piece that stays in when you stick your helmet on and pull it off. Brand names, stores, prices...thnx.
EOS said:I got these little beauties and use them almost everytime I ride. They stay put fairly well, but if you dont have them jammed right in, they can wiggle thier way out when you put your helmet on. But once you get the hang of getting them pressed right in your ear, they stay put and sound quality is good. Keeps the wind noise out almost as well as foam ear plugs as well.
:laughingLibby said:Ya but where did he get them?
You can keep any plugs in place if you use a bandana / do rag / skullcap over your ears before you slide your helmet on. I used to knock my E-2's out sometimes when putting my helmet on - not a problem now with a cheapo skullcap.... got mine on sale from Lululemon. Also keeps your helmet from getting sweaty in summer - no more stinky lid!Libby said:anyone know of a good ear piece that stays in when you stick your helmet on and pull it off.
E-2's are best value for sound and price and comfort I have found :rockonheisenberg9 said:Tony aka Thumper8 and I have them. I have tried a few high end earbuds that cost a lot more than the E-2s but these are the most comfortable for long rides and have good enough sound quality that I can tolerate them
r1100s said:KOSS "the plug", about $30, sold at Radio Shack (now The Source). Click
They are pretty good at noise isolating, much cheaper than Shure, stay put fairly well. Some people hate them, I find them good for general listening and I can fit them under my helmet. You can take them back to the 'Shack (now called The Source) if you don't like them, if they don't fit in your helmet, etc.