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Boom! Audio Full Helmet Premium Music and Communications Headset

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This comfortable headset is designed to allow full communication function while wearing a 3/4 or full-face helmet. The stylish plug module clamps to the base of the helmet and positions the adjustable windsock-equipped boom microphone for the best sound quality.

  • Great sounding foam-covered stereo earphones comfortably fit into ear pockets in the helmet, and the fine wires are easy to hide beneath the helmet liner for a clean installation
  • Quick-disconnect plug allows you to step away from the motorcycle without removing the helmet, and the coiled cord permits freedom of movement in the saddle
  • 7-pin DIN plug can be connected to the front and rear communications ports, allowing both rider and passenger access to the music, navigation, and voice communication features of your motorcycle
  • Microphone has been optimized for superior clarity when connected to Harley-Davidson® intercom and Bike-to-Bike communications equipment
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Fits ’98-later FLHTCU, FLHTCUSE, FLHTK, FLHTKSE, FLTRU, FLTRUSE and FLHTCUTG models. Also fits with vehicles equipped with Communication Switch Kit P/N 77173-08 or Boom!™ Audio Music and Intercom Kits.

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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product easy to install and well made. We purchased these for our trip and we really like them. We like the large speakers which enabled us to hear each other better and to listen to the stereo. The headset was very easy to install on our HD modular helmets. The mic was easy to talk into and with the wind screen on the mic, it cut out background noise. Sometimes I rode with my helmet open and no wind noise was detected. If you are not use to using a cable, it takes a little getting use to. Some lessons learned. It will remind you real quick that you are still hooked to the bike. (only happened once). Also, make sure you put the cable into the helmet when you place your helmet on the bike. Second lesson learned, I melted some of the insulation from the cable, still worked just fine, just feels funny when you plug the cable into the plug, good reminder for me when I get off the bike to take care of the cable. (only happened once). For us, this is a great product and would recommend this to anyone who wants to talk with your rider, listen to music and you can even talk on the CB. It is well made and easy to install. We will be using this for years to come. July 13, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by We still need a wire in the 3rd millenium! The device works good, but... It is unbelievable that we still need a wire connection, instead to have a wireless connection! The wire connection is an unuseful feature, not acceptable on expensive motorcycles: the premium radio set already has the buetooth feature: why don't use that also for the headset??? June 25, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good...for a while I have to buy a new set every 1-2 years. Does exactly what I want while it lasts but after a riding season one of the speakers will cut out and then the other and the connector is of course, not user serviceable. This has been a problem for the 9 years I have been buying them now. It is my only complaint about anything associated with my bike besides the high-pitched whining noise coming from the back of the bike that only seems to be there when my wife rides with me. May 26, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Crap!!! Quality is so poor, I'm insulted!!! Paid way too much for this crap!!! Very disappointed. And even more disappointed that Bluetooth is not available as advertised and would solve all of the hardware problems. Not happy! May 24, 2016
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I Ride: 2012 Ultra Classic Limited
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I've seen them on ebay. I think the first thing I'd do is make a parts request at the nearest Harley dealer, and if that doesn't pan out, start looking on ebay.
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No. It is sold separately. The photo shows a typical installation. It works great for a wired product.
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No, it's just the earphones, microphone, cord, and a device to attach the microphone to an existing helmet.
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Clamp piece

Is the small (cheap) plastic clamp piece available separately?
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I Ride: 2014 Ultra Limited
How I Ride: Local - With Passenger
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i don't believe so. You may find one by reaching out to a chapter rider in your area. Someone may have an extra near you...
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Boom intercom set

the attached speakers are too big for fitment in my helmet as when i put the helmet on with the Boom intercom set attached the speakers are painfully pressing hard on my ears. so are there sets with different sized speakers? (head sets came standard with new bike)
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I Ride: 2016 Ultra Limited Rushmore
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To my knowledge there aren't different size speakers. It's hard to tell without looking at your helmet, but on one of ours the speakers wouldn't fit well in the ear holes. I had to stretch the fabric around the ear holes in order to insert the speakers under the padding -- so that the padding overlapped all around the speakers. The fit was tight enough that I didn't have to use adhesive to keep the speakers in place.

One other possibility is to buy an adapter from the Harley DIN connector to a more standard mini-jack, (they're sold on ebay) and then use a non-Harley earbud/microphone combination like those used for cell phones.

The Boom! headset has design issues, and the DIN connector is a relic from the days before hydraulic shocks. A new solution from Harley (bluetooth!!) is way overdue, but for now we have to figure out workarounds.
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I Ride: 2014 Electric Guilde Ultra Limited
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