Tork X-Pro Motorcycle Helmet Speakers (with Volume Control)
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- Superb Sound Quality
- Great Bass Response
- Thin Bodied
- High Volume
- Volume Control Included
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The TORK Xpro helmet speakers have been making all the noise in the motorcycle helmet market. The Xpro's have been branded with quotes such as "loudest speakers on the market" and "like having a concert hall in your helmet". Take them for a test drive, we're certain you'll enjoy the ride even more!
The Xpro's are full stereo speakers which plug into all popular music devices MP3, iPOD, Galaxy and iPhone. The speakers are thin and comfortable when mounted inside your helmet. Just press them into your helmet's ear pockets using the provided 3M adhesive. Take them for a ride, you won't be disappointed!
Frequency range 20-22,000 hz at 106db/1KHz
Max 500mW Signal
Volume control cord included.
Speaker Thickness - 1 cm thick x 5 cm Round
1 year warranty
Volume Extention Control Cord
1 "xpro sticker"
Top Customer Reviews
- Scorpion EXO-400, Scorpion ECX-500 and Scorpion EXO-1000 helmets
- Tork XPro/Iasus XSound Junior
- iPod shuffle 4th gen mounted to side of helmet with industrial strength Velcro (available at Wal-Mart)
Iasus XSJ $30
Pros: Cheap, loud, Velcro included
Cons: Thick, doesn't appear to have balanced sound
Summary: Though they're cheap, loud and the companies smallest design they don't fit in the EXO-1000 designated speaker locations, they drill into the side of your face and don't allow the padding to do its job which makes the helmet unwearable. On the other hand, in a 400 series you'll get slightly less pressure against your face but 30min or more and your face is aching. I emailed Iasus to ask them why it was so difficult and if they made any smaller speakers. Their response stated that most users drill out the foam in the helmet and no. Well my 400 series was cheap so lets give it a shot! Drilled out some foam and you could barely feel them but at the end of the day they didn't seem right. They were super loud but the sound tended to lean toward the left speaker causing the right side to play catch up. *NOTICE* removing foam damages the structural integrity of the helmet and is not recommended. Due to this I frown on the speakers and the company Iasus for suggesting it. It's bad enough to use distractions while riding but to drill out foam (a lot BTW) is not a good idea. Ultimately though the speaker wire connections to the speaker will eventually wear out or crimp itself to death.Read more ›
I had to purchase the optional Sena "earbud" clamp for an additional $35.00, bringing my total "upgrade" nut to above $125.00. After installing them in my Shoei Neotec helmet and achieving perfect placement very quickly, I was pleased to note the sound quality was indeed improved, with superior bass coming through very well, and pretty good response to equalizer adjustments. However, as soon as the volume was turned up beyond the halfway point, the speakers sounded like they were blown, like somebody had kicked holes in the cardboard cones of old-school box speakers. It was awful, still is awful. I have tried different combinations, gone to straight plug instead of Bluetooth, tried a different mp3 player, plugged them into PC, tried different cables, various EQ settings, no EQ at all, etc, and nothing made any difference at all. Bummer, big-time. Then I rode with them, and they were even worse on the road than in the garage. These speakers flat out suck.Read more ›
I installed these on a 3/4 helmet with a visor. I ride a 2008 Roadking with aftermarket exhaust, and can still hear my iPod even at highway speeds.
They fit perfectly fine in my Shoei RF-1100 helmet once removing the Velcro earpads from inside the helmet.
- How it's done in a nutshell -
I snipped the old speakers off the wires and snipped the Tork XPro speakers off the plug leaving about four inches of wire to play with. You will have to use a flat razor blade to gently scrape off the coating on the Tork XPro speaker wire tips in order to get a good solder. I used my counter top and put the wire flat on it. Gently scrape the wire tips until you see silver shiny then stop. It doesn't have to be perfect because solder doesn't need much to cling on to. Twist your connections together and solder in place. I used shrink tube to insulate the connections but you can use electrical tape if you're in a hurry or don't have shrink tube. The Tork XPro speakers are too wide to fit in the old stock speaker holes so I used a bit of two sided foam tape to build up the inside a little so that the speaker velcro's can stick to something. They hold great and the wires are tucked up under the helmet padding. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great sound in your helmet and seem to handle any power you can send to them.Published 14 days ago by Mike W.
These are the only helmet speakers you should consider for your riding comfort. Fast, easy install, no clearance problems inside helmet, does not get re-adjusted by merely putting... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Michael Bessee
The mini amp did want to hold a charge. I tried connecting it to the headphones with little success. Very scratcy, poor contacts, no noticible volumn increase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Kale
Unfortunately I still couldn't hear my stereo with these but i'm sure they would be good for a full face helmet,Published 1 month ago by Roger
These are magnificent!!! These are the best speakers I have ever used in my helmet, and this is the 4th set of speaker I have used. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David
Good sound. If you have space in your helmet to place them, you might need some padding underneath them to maintain them close them to your ears.Published 2 months ago by Marco A Olivera
Save your Money! They broke the 1st time I used them and the their customer service sucks. I've emailed them twice with no response. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DAVID N. OSTERBERG