on the market, you can find mainly two kinds ofintercoms, built-in models and ready-to-mount kits on various motorcycle helmets. these second types of intercoms are particularly used at the moment. it is easy to attach or remove them on a helmet without damaging it and in particular without the need for complex assembly.
are all intercom adaptable motorcycle models compatible with all helmets?
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more and more manufacturers ofmotorcycle intercoms today offer universal models that tend to adapt to almost all types of helmets. there are advantages, but also disadvantages. the interest lies in the importance of change headsets without the need to buy a new communication kit or having to use it on helmets from the same manufacturer. the main drawback is the need to disassemble the inside of the headset to house the headphones and also the unattractive appearance of the microphone and case on the outside.
some models come with adhesive supports are also easier to mount and disassemble on any helmet, but may scratch it. other models equipped with fixing pliers are also more convenient for all helmets. for the assembly, all you need to do is attach the intercom to the helmet in the area
who separates the hull from the styrofoam cheek. adaptable intercoms are therefore inexpensive compared to integrated kits.
since not all headphones are the same size, it’s not always easy to install the intercom headsets without having to disassemble the interior. this problem does not arise in the case of using a built-in kit. in particular, replacing the initial neck tower at the base of the helmet with a compatible proprietary model to successfully install it while keeping the interior intact.
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