Motorcycle Radios - Liven up Your Road Trips
Are you thinking of buying a radio for your motorcycle? There are numerous different motorcycles available on the market from different manufacturers, with different specifications and at a range of prices. Before you make any decisions about buying one, it would be good idea to go online and have a look at some of the motorcycle radios for sale there to see if you can find one that suits both your needs and your pocket. Here are a few examples of motorcycle radios that I found with a quick online search.
1. Over on Amazon, Shark is selling a full motorcycle/yacht radio package, consisting of a radio, amplifier, and 2 speakers, for $89.99. This has been given an average of 5 stars in 4 customer reviews. This high quality system, which is available only in chrome. has a built-in antenna and can be connected to any cd receiver, MP3 player, or Ipod. The speakers, which measure 4.5 x 4 x 3.5 inches, are completely waterproof.
The system comes complete with handle bar brackets and is easy to install; you should have it set up and working within 15 minutes. The 100-wattr Power Pro. Amplifier, which operates on a 10-16v DC voltage, measures just 2.75 x 3.5 x 1.75 inches yet is guaranteed to give you as much volume as you could want, and the speakers can easily handle anything the amplifier delivers. The amplifier has a Kill Switch / Volume controller and additional aux input Jacks, and the system comes with a tiny remote. Customers were very pleased with these motorcycle radios and commented that they delivered a great sound and also looked good.
2. Cardo is selling a Headst BT Motorcycle Bike 2 Bike 215YD for $139.95 on Amazon, where it has been given 5 stars in one customer review. This is a bike-to-bike intercom system that includes an FM receiver. It has a range of up to 500 meters when used as an intercom in open terrain. It has a default pre-set GPS connection and hands-free mobile phone profiles support.
The receiver operates from 87.5MHz to 108MHz and has a range of features, including a six-station memory, search and store, and automatic muting when receiving incoming calls. These motorcycle radios take 3 hours to charge up, have a standby time of 10 days, and have a typical full use time of 8 to 10 hours. They are suitable for most Full and Three-Quarter size helmets. The headset has a quick-release mechanism, and the system includes 2 Ultra-Slim Speakers. Other features include a noise cancellation microphone, automatic adjustment for volume, AGC and VOX technology, a universal travel charger, and a speaker booster. They also come in a Bluetooth version.
Hopefully, these descriptions will have given you a clearer idea of some of the motorcycle radios that you can buy online. If neither of these appeals to you, I’d suggest you go online and have a look for yourself.