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Old 02 October 2009, 18:13   #51
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oy yew chinnskracher. iyl av yew noe mi shetlund az gott de besst hed (seefairin tirm) inn de werld. yew dropp a choclit sossij innto itt, cok de mekanism an yew cann fyre itt inn eny dyrecshun yew wont upp too a distunce ov threa myles. i ad a lyve fyrin eksersize in cows lasst weak
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Install a head phone socket into your console connected to the external speaker jack on your radio. Then get a single ear piece head phone.
Still hear your radio at 40 knots.

I've been using this and it's survived the winter.
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Any photos JSP?
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Not at the moment Tony. Had the setup in my old console. When I've finished this new one I'll get some to you. Really easy to do.
I found where I put the socket on my old console the wire sometimes fouled the steering wheel. I'm thinking of routing an extension cable from the console to the double jockey so the wire goes down my back instead.
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Not at the moment Tony. Had the setup in my old console. When I've finished this new one I'll get some to you. Really easy to do.
I found where I put the socket on my old console the wire sometimes fouled the steering wheel. I'm thinking of routing an extension cable from the console to the double jockey so the wire goes down my back instead.
Seems like a very good idea. I must look into the wiring of it on my console. Heard the radio last week and by the time I slowed down and got the noise level at a reasonable level I missed the message from the Lough Neagh rescue boat
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Seems like a very good idea. I must look into the wiring of it on my console. Heard the radio last week and by the time I slowed down and got the noise level at a reasonable level I missed the message from the Lough Neagh rescue boat
Yeah there's no chance of hearing the radio even at 20 knots is there. My hearing is bad enough as it is from the days I used to sit behind a drumkit.
You may find a twin head set better to cover both ears to help cut out wind noise.
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from the days I used to sit behind a drumkit.
AH now.... the umpteen weans are making sense
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AH now.... the umpteen weans are making sense
Ah but they're all to the same women..Classic drummer should have a bin lid on ever tour venue
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. My hearing is bad enough as it is from the days I used to sit behind a drumkit.
so much for the rhythym method
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Aye ... he should have stuck to rim shots
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