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I'm about to buy new headsets and would like to get a concensus on the best ones. The prices are all over the place from $100.-$250. What does everyone here like the best?

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I boughtEd-sets. They are the only ones I have ever heard but am very happy with them. Customer support is (in my experience) outstanding!

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I have just finished fitting 2 pairs of Edsets to ourHJC helmets about 2 hours ago. They were about half the price of JM sets. I have been for a runto try them out and they work perfectly.I bought them over the internet from Ed who sent them to me without waiting to see how much it was going to cost to air freight them down to me in New Zealand. I was impressed by the service and by the sincerity ofEd and would certainly recommendEdsets.

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John S
 

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Do you have a URL for ED? I guess I can just do a Google search.

Thanks, I'll check them out.
 

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Go with the EdSets. Little more money but the product and the serviceare well worth it!
 

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Ok, thanks all. We seem to have a 100% vote for Ed. They are not much cheaper than J&M but hey, a penny saved....
 

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EDSETS are superior. I have tested both and my vote is firmly with EDSETS if youy decide not to Do It Yourself.
 

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Not to do it myself? It's not a hard job to change headsets...I assume.
 
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