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    Helmet speaker advice

    I want to replace the speakers on my Intaride wired headset.

    Intaride want £46.00 plus £7.99 postage for an 'uprated' helmet speaker set (with mike).

    £54 sounds a little steep and I'm sure someone must have replaced their helmet speakers to something better and it must have cost less than £54.00

    Seems an easy job to replace the speakers with a soldering iron.

    Anyone got any recommendations on speakers that can be fitted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marks adventure View Post
    I want to replace the speakers on my Intaride wired headset.

    Intaride want £46.00 plus £7.99 postage for an 'uprated' helmet speaker set (with mike).

    £54 sounds a little steep and I'm sure someone must have replaced their helmet speakers to something better and it must have cost less than £54.00

    Thats about what I paid for the Scala Rider replacement audio kit.

    Seems an easy job to replace the speakers with a soldering iron.

    Anyone got any recommendations on speakers that can be fitted?
    Thats about what I paid for the Scala Rider replacement audio kit. If its any consolation

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    Autocom speakers sell for about 50 quid as well, so it seems the price you were quoted seem an average ball park figure.

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