ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

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WIGHTDIAMOND
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ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

Postby WIGHTDIAMOND » 3 Feb 2019, 5:45pm

As the title suggests, I wanted radio (both from a standard radio and also from my phone) but in the form of a speaker instead of headphones. I'm not keen on wearing headphones when riding and I rarely listen to anything but talk radio so it won't disturb anyone, especially as it's right behind my head, so low volume only required. The video shows how I set that up if anyone is interested. The little speaker is currently on offer on Amazon for a little over a tenner and it produces a very decent sound both for speech and music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2fAddxZMQ4

(Editor doesn't seem to want to embed the video so will post a link)

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Re: ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

Postby NUKe » 4 Feb 2019, 8:42pm

Love it not sure it would fit the grasshopper hard shell seat
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Re: ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

Postby nigelnightmare » 4 Feb 2019, 11:40pm

Nice!

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Re: ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

Postby [XAP]Bob » 4 Feb 2019, 11:42pm

Just use the video ID, not the whole urology:

I.e this is the tags: n2fAddxZMQ4

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Re: ICE QNT With Archeer A106 Bluetooth Speaker Installed In Headrest

Postby WIGHTDIAMOND » 12 Feb 2019, 7:45am

Ahh.. thanks Bob!