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Hey guy. Just wanted to stop by and introduce myself to the Head-Fi Org. Over the past couple of months, I've found myself on this forum multiple times looking for reviews and news, so I figured it was time to just join the community. A bit of background about myself. I've been an avid music lover since a very young age. Learned how to play the piano but never learned how to actually read music. I've also DJ'ed as a hobby since about 2007 - and yes, I do own a pair  of Technics SL-1200 MKII's and totally prefer the sound of vinyl over any other medium. I tried my hand a producing but found that I am not that good at it (or don't have the time to devote to really learning it?). I'm also a motorcycle rider so I am always looking for a good pair of riding in-ear headphones that provide great sound quality and noise isolation. I currently own a set of Denon DN-HP1000 for my DJ rig, Bose AE2 for my home PC, Sony XBA1's for riding and a slew of other headphones that I have purchased over time as trial and error for what I need. Always on the look out for my next set of headphones - seems to be a new addiction?? Anyways, glad to be part of the community now and hopefully provide some insight on  products.

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Greetings from this fellow biker!

 

As well as alternative headphones, you might investigate tips. I got some custom moulds for my SoundMAGIC E10s which cut out a huge amount of road noise - I had to reduce the music volume so I had at least a bit of awareness of what was around me.

 

Anyway this is the UK where most motorbikes don't wake up people in the next town, generally!

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Greetings from this fellow biker!

 

As well as alternative headphones, you might investigate tips. I got some custom moulds for my SoundMAGIC E10s which cut out a huge amount of road noise - I had to reduce the music volume so I had at least a bit of awareness of what was around me.

 

Anyway this is the UK where most motorbikes don't wake up people in the next town, generally!


Yup, I have definitely looked into that option as well. I just have to remember that the type of earbud also factors into how much noise is being let through.

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