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post #11 of 17 Old 01-17-17, 09:45
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I use a Sena, can hear it fine with ear plugs (29db rated). Give it a few tries, and sometimes it takes a few different pair to find some that are comfortable. Once you do, I'm betting you'll never go without.
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I use a Sena, can hear it fine with ear plugs (29db rated). Give it a few tries, and sometimes it takes a few different pair to find some that are comfortable. Once you do, I'm betting you'll never go without.


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I have a Scala Q3 installed and like to hear some low volume music in the background. Also I have to be able to receive calls at all times. Can you hear the comms ok with earplugs?
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i can't say for sure because i use a Sena, but i know from installing many Cardo Scala Riders that the exact position of the speaker in the helmet makes a difference in how much you'll hear

like the speakers should be lined up to your ear as perfectly as possible. that might seem unnecessary but heads are different from eachother

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I use a Sena, can hear it fine with ear plugs (29db rated). Give it a few tries, and sometimes it takes a few different pair to find some that are comfortable. Once you do, I'm betting you'll never go without.


Tried the earplugs.
Heaven.
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i can't say for sure because i use a Sena, but i know from installing many Cardo Scala Riders that the exact position of the speaker in the helmet makes a difference in how much you'll hear

like the speakers should be lined up to your ear as perfectly as possible. that might seem unnecessary but heads are different from eachother

I have installed the Q3 myself and the speakers are pressed right against my ears.
With the earplugs it is even better than without. The volume is just fine, and the sound is deeper, since all the noise is blocked by the earplugs, and it feels like a concert hall in there.
Just perfect.
And you hear your bike just fine.
Just have to be a bit more careful in traffic that's all.

I never thought I'd like using earplugs.
I am enlightened
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OP, check that the gasket is sealed towards the lower portion of the visor where the lock mechanism is. I just noticed a few days ago that my HJC RPHA 10 has this issue, HJC is sending me gasket material to hopefully fix the issue.
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OP, check that the gasket is sealed towards the lower portion of the visor where the lock mechanism is. I just noticed a few days ago that my HJC RPHA 10 has this issue, HJC is sending me gasket material to hopefully fix the issue.


Hey thanks for the reply.
The culprit turned out to be a gap in the passing where my communicator is inserted. Fixed that.
But still. Earplugs FTW.



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