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Skullcandy Home Brew Audio Kit

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Description: Skullcandy Home Brew Audio Kit

The Skullcandy Home Brew Surround Sound Speaker Kit integrates right into your favorite Skullcandy hoodie or beanie, letting you throwback tunes with thirst quenching clarity. On the slopes, at the skate park or just kicking it on the lawn chair in your backyard. Skullcandy Home Brew is your go-to gear for musical refreshment.

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Home Brew Audio Kit

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I recently bought these while i was in Cali and they were perfest for opening weekend and i love them! They keep it easy to talk with anyone! and sound great!! My only issue is the set up! i dont use a helmet so i accually had a local seamstress sow them into my Empyre hoodie! it costed an extra 10 but it was really worth it!!
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November 27, 2011
Good Sound in your helmet
These babies zipped right into my RED Mutiny perfectly. Good sound and I am still able to have a conversation without raising my voice or feeling like I am underwater (earbuds).Great replacements for RED or Giro both. Better than stock Pro-Tec. Should fot any helmet with headphone capable ear sets (zippered).Less than $20 its worthy to have ...just in case others crap out.
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January 20, 2011
there are a large number of places that you can pus these speakers but i highly reccomend that you don't put them in your helmet because that will interfere with how it fits on your head . what i suggest you do is if you have a scarf you attach it to the scarf them put it on or even a facemask works the best
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November 19, 2011
These head phones would press against my ears when put in the pockets on my Gyro helmet. I ended up taking them out. They sounded good and allowed me to here what was going on around me.
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March 12, 2011
speakers for a helmet
i have a smith varient helmet these were the speakers smith's website sold for upgrading the helmet for audio. they fit into the earpads on the helmet but they dont seem to sit inbetween the foam like they were meant to, the speakers seem slightly larger, this is no biggie though they work and they dont make the earpads uncomfortable or anything. the audio quality on these is alright its not top notch but its acceptable
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December 9, 2010

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