Listen to music while riding? if so, how?

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SheikYerbouti
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Re: Listen to music while riding? if so, how?

Postby SheikYerbouti » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:59 am

I have the Coros helmet, one thing I don't know... can others hear what I'm listening to when we stop next to each other??? I mean, my awesome music taste would probably get me more kudos than my strava times...

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Re: Listen to music while riding? if so, how?

Postby kb » Tue Oct 24, 2017 2:30 pm

RonK wrote:
silentC wrote:
RonK wrote:But if you are listening to music it doesn't matter so much if you miss a couple of bars.

Doesn't matter? Doesn't matter! I dare you to tell Johann Sebastian Bach which couple of bars of his Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 don't matter!

No problem, I'd be happy to. What's his mobile number? Email address? Or is he on Facebook? :lol:

Pretty sure he’d disagree.

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Re: Listen to music while riding? if so, how?

Postby thatmdee » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:26 pm

I have the Plantronics BackBeat Fit as well and use them daily for my indoor Zwift sessions (~12 hours a week). Very happy with the quality for the price, and they don't seem to cause fatigue after 1.5 - 2 hour sessions which is nice.

I haven't used them outdoors, but I can easily imagine you would lose situational awareness at louder volumes.

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