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Anyone useing comminicators in there helmets?? Was thinking about getting some and wondering what ones are the best and how well do the reassy work.
 

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do you get a lot of back ground noise/interfierance or does the engine drown them out so you can not hear?
 

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I have asked on this forum about these and the only info I got was very vaigue so i ended up not getting any for now

hopefully you will get better info than I did since I would still like to know!
 

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My wife and I use the Arctic Cat "Cat Comm" system. It works extremely well but it's spendy. It's voice activated and we're able to have a normal conversation while riding. No interference, no background noise. The Cat Comm system installs on the sled (difficult install) and then you install the headset in the helmet (easy and clean install). Highly recommended if you have an A/C sled.

The Cat Comm system is integrated into the gauge package which is where you adjust channels, etc. I doubt if it would work in a Polaris or any sled other than A/C.

I think lots of folks use the Chatterbox for a 3rd party solution.
 
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