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i didnt know where to put this Lol, i wanted a headset for my motorcycle so i could use my GPS and hear the directions, as well as listen to music. so this is what i started with



and here is the mic that fits in the cheek pad of my lid. i soldered everything but the connectors because i might have to get a different mic. the only part you can see when its installed is the connector when itsd in use, because i can tuck it up under the padding so its invisible. and when i open the front of my full face you will be able to see the end of the mic.



im using a male end for the mic, and a female end for the speaker, so that its easier to plug them in without getting them mixed up.
 

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Very nice engineering CnB! :clap: :clap: :clap:

Once you have some time with it, please update with how well it works, what you might change, etc.
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Very nice engineering CnB! :clap: :clap: :clap:

Once you have some time with it, please update with how well it works, what you might change, etc.
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update you say? HAHA

Helmet its Done.

im going to get a small piece of Velcro to hold the mini speaker in place



I can un-snap my cheek pad, and tuck these wires up and under so no one can see them



for the connecting wires, im going to have to go and get some wire, the stuff i have in the workshop is too big.
 

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Im one connector short of finishing the Lid to GPS wires. garmen in their wisdom made the mic and speaker ports different sizes.
 
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