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I am considering getting an MP3 player for use on my bike. I don't consider it much more of a risk since I really can't hear much after wind noise and my Muzzy exhaust. Does anyone else have any opinions on this? Thanks in advance.
 

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here in Cali, there is a law that states that the use of headphones while driving is ilegal. (wonder what they would say about those of us who wear earplugs??) that being said..... I took apart a set of the old style over the head earphones and put the ear pieces under the lining on my helmet so that they are centered over my ears. now i am not wearing earphones so I am in compliance with the law. I use a CD player that has 90 seconds ESP. it dont skip to much unless I get going over say 100.

I right now trying to find a good small MP3 player that I can put in the cocpit of my Duc so my tunes wont skip at ALL! The only thing I require on it is that it take either SmartMedia cards or Compact Flash and be able to support 128meg or more. that way I can use the mem cards from my digi cam!!

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I used to do this. It worked very well. I bought a 64 meg player, and it wasn't real big, so I attached velcro to it and to the triple clamp of my bike. Then I'd run the wire to my ear-plug style headphones up my jacket and into my helmet. It cancelled out almost all the wind noise and made longs rides on boring stretches much more enjoyable.
 

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nipplebandit45 said:
I right now trying to find a good small MP3 player that I can put in the cocpit of my Duc so my tunes wont skip at ALL
MP3 players are solid state bro...they don't skip. Not that I've tried them all or anywhere near it, but the ones I've experienced and the ones my friends have owned were always skip-free unless there was an error in the MP3 file itself.
 

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MY ADVICE TO YOU WOULD BE NOT TO USE THE MP3 PLAYER WHILE RIDING. BUT JUST BECAUSE IT'S NOT FOR ME DOSN'T MEAN YOU WOULDN'T ENJOY IT. SO IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A GOOD PLAYER TRY THE SONY NW-MS11 NETWORK WALKMAN. THE WALKMAN USES A MEMORY STICK WITH 240 MINS. OF TIME ON IT. THE MENORY STICK ALSO WORKS WITH ALOT OF SONYS AUDIO & VIDEO PRODUCTS. IT ALSO COMES WITH A USB CORD TO PLUG INTO YOUR PC FOR DOWNLOADS.

GOOD LUCK
 

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Um, yea. I know that MP3 players wont skip. that is why I want one. Like I said in my first post, I currently use a CD player with ESP. and it does skip.

as to the Sony products.... Im sure that they are good, but I preferr to get something that would utilize the memory formats thatI already use. SmartMedia and compact flash. that way I dont have to go out and buy a whole new set up. I already have 3 128meg sticks in both media formats for my cameras, as well as a universal USB reader that is just plug and play with my memory cards. To much hassle tring to keep 3 types of memory around. Heck I get frustrated with two! :)

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MY ADVICE TO YOU WOULD BE NOT TO USE THE MP3 PLAYER WHILE RIDING. BUT JUST BECAUSE IT'S NOT FOR ME DOSN'T MEAN YOU WOULDN'T ENJOY IT. SO IF YOUR LOOKING FOR A GOOD PLAYER TRY THE SONY NW-MS11 NETWORK WALKMAN. THE WALKMAN USES A MEMORY STICK WITH 240 MINS. OF TIME ON IT. THE MENORY STICK ALSO WORKS WITH ALOT OF SONYS AUDIO & VIDEO PRODUCTS. IT ALSO COMES WITH A USB CORD TO PLUG INTO YOUR PC FOR DOWNLOADS.

GOOD LUCK
STOP YELLING! ;)
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As for the mp3 player... I tried this and lost interest after a month or so of riding with music. I guess I just love the sound of my bike too much to care to listen to anything else.:D Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

-KillaRide
 
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