Audio piped into the helmet via a MixIt in the tank bag. I hear GPS and V1 alerts and can then choose to look when time permits. The ECM Chelf means that the only items needing attention (GPS and V1) are line-of-site with the road.czguybilly said:Wow Bounce, You sure have a lot of electronics on that FJR!!!!! How do you keep your eyes on the road with all that stuff?
GPS? Garmin has a long track record of high quality customer service.Also like your GPM. Im pretty sure I'll be going with Garmin.
I don't have a phone interfaced. I do run a Honda/Clarion CB/Intercom though. When not using that, I pipe all audio through the MixIt and then into my ear monitors. When using the Radio, I pipe the MixIt output to the Aux Audio in of the Honda/Clarion and can then adjust master volume from the control pod on the L handle bar.Trying to figure how to intergrate everything. Right now, the cell phone, and the radio. GPS will come later.
Nope. I don't do phones on the move. A personal choice after watching phone users in cages.Any suggestions on speakers that would work for phone and radio?
Autocom equipment supports phone and stereo audio. It works very seemlessly. I turn on the 'auto-answer' feature of my phone, and when a distressed babysitter calls, wifey tells her where to find the belt.Any suggestions on speakers that would work for phone and radio?