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Good idea this part of forum. I think cordless headsets must be possible. Bluetooth etc make this a possibility. With rechargeable litium ion battery it would last for many days before recharging is needed.
 

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Damn good idea, it would look so much better with out the umbilical cord attached to the bike.
 

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I am surprised one of the after market companies haven't gone down this route.
 

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This is a Great Idea, I know I would be interested in a Cordless Headset.
 

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Great idea, but what happens when you have a gathering of wings?

One way to get everyone talking to each other, i guess?
 

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It could be made like car alarms, you program your headset to your bike and your bike only.
 

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This would be fairly simple to accomplish. Especially with the addition of a GPS computer to the newest model. The only down side is that when batteries and bluetooth transmitters get involved, the thing starts to get a bit bulky. The solution then would be to fit the headset into a specially made Hondaline helmet. Sounds like a good idea to me.
 

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They may be able to do this in the US, ALOT of cell phones now have this and they dont interfere with each other while all in the same room. I dont know about the foriegn laws and frequencies to know if they could do this, say in the UK. Another thing to worry about is crossing into other countries. I know at one time they would take the microphones from c.b. and ham gear (and seal them in a tamper evident bag)if you crossed into Canada from the US.



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Isn't there a cordless head set called Chatter box. I believe they have about a two mile range on them. I have seen snowmobilers in my area with them on their helmets.
 

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The problem with the chatterbox is it does not integrate with the bikes radio/intercom system. Which is what I believe the originator of this post was thinking, and so was I.
 
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