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K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet

K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet
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Description: K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet

The Rival is the helmet of choice for the ultimate in lightweight and simplistic design. Its combination of style, performance and fit creates the perfect helmet for all day shredding.

Key Features of the K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet:
  • FEATURES: Passive Channel Venting, K2dialed Fit System, washable Full-Wrap Liner System
  • ADDED PRO FEATURES: Level 3 Baseline Audio System
  • SIZES: Small (51-55cm), Med (55-59cm), L/XL (59-62cm)
  • PRO COLORS: White Tag, Black Tag, Green, Factory Grey
  • WEIGHT: 394g

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K2 is the best
Marcin M on Jan 19, 2014
good style with audio decent price
G O on Jan 5, 2014
Style and Fit
Kyle M on Jan 7, 2014
Features & Fit
John F on Jan 2, 2014
I can't get both speakers to work, what kind of cable upgrade do you recommend?
A shopper on Jan 3, 2014
Best Answer: If i am understanding your question correctly, you are only getting sound thru one speaker in the helmet.

I see the issue as 1 of 2 possibilities. Starting simple: the provided media cable is not getting fully pushed in into the helmet jack. The plastic/rubber part of plug should be completely against the helmet jack. That being checked, my next guess would be a bad cable. You might try connecting the cable to other speakers. Lastly, it might be a bad speaker in the helmet. Try to eliminate one item at a time to locate the problem.

I had no problem with my helmet and cable with my iPod. Works like it should...all the tunes i can stand while skiing.
Reply · Report · Kevin W on Jan 7, 2014
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Is the audio Bluetooth, or how do you plug in?
Mark M on Dec 2, 2013
Best Answer: Not Bluetooth. If your model is audio compatible (there is a model with no audio), there is a single jack on the lower back edge adjacent to the adjustment wheel behind your left ear as you wear the helmet. Also the helmet should of come with an audio cord to connect the helmet to your devise.
Reply · Report · Kevin W on Jan 7, 2014
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I already have the helmet, but I can't figure out how to skip tracks. Rican play and pause it, and it will skip back if I click the button three times. How do I skip forward?
Gary D on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: Skipping tracks has to do with the device where the music is stored, Not the helmet. If you can skip a track when listening through a headset, you will be able to do it with the helmet as well.
Reply (1) · Report · Warren H on Jan 3, 2014
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