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The X2's are great sounding thin-bodied helmet speakers! The newest X2 model combines comfort with quality. At only about 1/4" thick, they are thin enough to fit in any helmet. They are nearly twice as loud as our lowest price model, the HS92. These speakers also have a 1 year warranty to cover the unlikely event of experiencing any problem with them. You are going to love the Tork X2 helmet speakers!
Specifications: Speaker Enclosure: Dimensions: 2.25" diameter X .31" thick Actual Speaker Size: Dimensions: 1.4" diameter X .25" thick Impedance: 32 ohm Max Power: 500 mw 3.5mm connector plug
Connector Cable: Stereo music cable: 3.5mm(1/8") plug to 3.5mm(1/8") jack with inline volume control
The loudness of any speaker depends on how much power is supplied and how far it is from your ear. If you buy a 12" subwoofer, hook it up to a 10 watt amp, and stand 40 feet away, you're going to be disappointed with the volume, but it's not the speaker's fault.
Ideally, for helmet speakers, you want at least 5-10 mW of power per speaker. Many portable audio players provide this, some don't. Some audio players are very tiny and specifically designed for use with ear buds, which obviously do not require as much power. Most of the name brand players provide enough power.
Power doesn't mean anything if the speakers aren't properly mounted in the helmet. Before you install a set of helmet speakers, plug them into your audio player, turn up the volume, and hold the speakers to your ears. If the helmet speakers aren't as loud while mounted in the helmet, then they are not in the best position possible.
The speakers must be lined up properly and need to be touching or nearly touching your ears while mounted in your helmet. If the speakers are even 1/2 inch off in any direction, the volume will be greatly reduced. If you have recessed ear pockets, you may need to place something behind the speakers to get them closer to your ears. Typically, a small strip of hook and loop fasteners can be used to bring it closer. You can also use a piece of carpet foam or other material.
If the speakers are mounted properly in the helmet (just as loud in the helmet as they are when holding them to your ears outside of the helmet), and the volume is not enough, then either another audio player with more power or a headphone amplifier is the way to go.
Riding ATVs Listen to music while rippin' up trails, jumping hills, or just going out to your tree These speakers have Velcro that attach easily to stocking caps or You can mount these securely in a bicycle helmet with one 4" piece of adhesive backed Velcro (the loop side) wrapped around the strap and applied back to itself (for each side).
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Yes. Do I have to drill or modify my helmet to install them? No. The speakers are secured to the helmet liner with Velcro. If your helmet liner is not suitable for Velcro, you can use the extra adhesive pieces of Velcro that are included. How long is the cord? 20 inches with closed coil, but stretches comfortably to 32 inches. Which one is the left speaker/right speaker? The speaker closest to the plug is the left speaker. What types of devices will they work with? They will work with any audio device (CD player, MP3, radar detector, etc.) that has a standard 1/8” output jack. An adapter can be used if your device has a 3/32” jack. What types of helmet will they fit in? These speakers work well with any helmet that covers your ears or has straps that the speakers can be affixed to. If your helmet has recessed ear pockets, you may want to place a piece of carpet foam or something in there to get the speakers to touch your ears. You can also use them with bicycle helmets by placing a piece of the loop part of Velcro between the straps. Can I use your helmet speakers with my Goldwing? Yes, but you will need to purchase or make an adapter. Just do a Google search for “Goldwing pinout”. General / MiscellaneousWhere are you located? We are located in Panama City, Florida. Can I come by and pick up my order? We are unable to accept local pickups. How come USPS states that tracking information is not available for my order? The USPS is sometimes slow to update tracking info. Many customers receive their order before tracking information is even available.