homemade bike speakers.

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to clarify ‘homemade’, some portable speakers were bought from jb hi-fi (memorx, bat AAA, $29) and were strategically fish lined into my wicker basket.

at first ride, i thought – what a catch!

second ride, sound quality decreased.

third ride, angus stone sounds like dubstep.

there must be a quality way to rock music on two wheels – ideas? i have seen some products like this but no reviews.

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the speakers can’t handle the vibrations from my riding. at the bike shop they recommended turtle shell wireless boom box sitting at $199, the mount is an extra $40-50 (prices sent me wheelin’).

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they are apparently everything-proof, peacock your bike in a variety of colours and built for action.

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looks like michelangelo misses out on his colour. how reliable is turtle shell – info on warranty ? anything hare-y ?

red bike recommends this tune for cruising in the summertime.

x red bike

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2 thoughts on “homemade bike speakers.

  1. Cool little blog.

    I have an OT turtle shell, but haven’t yet used it on my bike.

    It blasts out music and is a tough little bugger.
    easy to use and easy to recharge.

    try and grab one while summer lasts, you’ll never ride in silence again.

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