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Brandon (Belton )

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Not the best fit or sound

Put these in my helmet and tried them out for about 5 minutes before they started hurting my ears and I couldn't hear the sound very well. Not the best sound.

Dick (Cove )

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Don't buy this switch

I bought this to replace a failed PTT. The wire was very fine and I doubted that it could carry the required current. The switch was held on to the velcro strap with double sided tape like scotch tape. It fell off the first ride I took. I just threw it away. It was a waste of about $20.

J B (New Cumberland )

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Full Face headset

So far so good with the headset. I have three headsets for our ATVs. The weather hasn't been great so our testing has been somewhat limited. They all worked as advertised out of the box. Installation was easy in three motorcross type helmets. It took about 20 min. each. I was able to tuck most of the wires under the padding. The volume depends on your radio. Our Motorolas were fine for the ATV at normal speeds. The mic works well, there is very little distortion. Sound quality overall is good. Bottom line is we are happy with them and they make talking much easier, no more stopping and yelling back and forth. P.S. I didn't have an issue but make sure you know which type of connector your radio uses.