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Wired Helmet Headsets - Tork

17
August
2007
  Posted at 03:00:00 PM
  File under  Gadgets
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

I've written a lot about wireless intercoms and communication facilities, but I often forget that most bikers still use wired headsets. Often they're wired to walkie-talkies, radios, intercoms or communication hubs.

So, for those of you who are still wired to your motorcycle, here's a company that produces wired headsets (and other gadgets). USA based Tork Open link in a new window, produces several different headsets that are to be used with motorcycle helmets.

Tork Max
Tork Touring
The headsets are available with microphones or without. The headsets are made depending on the helmet type; Sport, Cruiser, Touring or their top-of-the-range Tork Max. The microphones are adapted according to the helmet used.

Prices range from US$ 49.99 to whatever-they-charge for the Tork Max.


Tork Headset
If you want to use a headset to listen to music or your GPS, you'll only need the headset. Three versions exist; X2, X3 and X Pro. All provide stereo music.

All models feature a volume control.

Prices range from US$ 49.99 to US$ 79.99.

Additionally, Tork produce a mini amplifier, called Tork Booster which is designed to amplify and distribute a stereo line level audio signal to to headphones or earphones.

Price: US$ 39.99.

Tork Ridemate
In the communication department, Tork also produce a small intercom called Tork Ridemate.

With this device, you can connect a bike-to-bike walkie-talkie, cell phone and/or music devices.

Price: US$ 299.99 (including 2 stereo headsets).

Click here to access their website Open link in a new window





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