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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-10-2011, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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FS: Scala *Clone*

I bought a Scala Clone and it works nicely.

but personally I just like using ear buds cuz my ears kinda stick out.
Plus my gf is "too lazy" to ride with me, so I never need this.

Used for 10 mins while riding to work to test it.
have not had the opportunity to test with other Scalas

The friend I called said the quality she heard was good.



Looking for $40 shipped


SPECIFICATIONS
- Maximum talking range 100 meters between two BT interphones, real two-way wireless
- Effective operation up to 120km/h speed
- 10-meters bluetooth sensing range
- Wireless hands free communication for motorcyclists and skiers
- Support headset profile, Hands-free, A2DP profile
- Works with any bluetooth equipped mobile phone or MP3 for stereo music
- Standby time: 200 hours, Up to 5 hours talking time
- Auto receiving cellphone calls
- Built-in FM radio (87~108MHz)
- Fits any motorcycle helmet
- Fully weather protected
- Wind and noise compensating microphone with slim headset speaker
- Drive safely while talking with friend
- Built-in 350mAh rechargeable battery recharged by the included AC adapter
- Package included:
- 1 * BT interphone
- 1 * Rider speakers and microphone
- 1 * Helmet mount kit set
- 1 * 3.5MM to 2.5mm audio cable
- 1 * 110-240V EU plug AC adapter
- 1 * US plug adapter
- 1 * English user manual


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hmm im in the market for something like this you have any pics from when it was on your
helmet.

also maybe the brand or where you got it.. something to that effect..
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I got it from DealExtreme. its $43 and change there.
but it's gonna take a very long time to get it from them. I order stuff from there all the time.

I only took 1 picture with it on my helm but deleted it off my phone, sorry
just check the scala official site, it looks the same except for the main button thing.


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how do the speakers sound? think they are loud enough?

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I tested them behind the ear foam and it was pretty good, also tried it direct to my ears infront of the foam and it was loud.

it just hurts my ears cuz mine stick out, but it can be really loud, so I recommend to keep it behind the foam


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ahh screw it ill take it. i like to say id try anything once. pm me with paypal info
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