I'm thinking about trying this on my gloves.Grey Thumper wrote:You can also just modify your gloves so they can work with capacitative touch screens like the ones on iPods/iPhones.
http://www.instructables.com/id/Making- ... ch-Screen/
Easiest method wouldn't be cheap, but it is useful. If you're willing to spend, and you already have a smartphone, go get yourself a Scala Rider Q2 Pro or G9. They can stream music over bluetooth to speakers that are installed into the helmet.MaeBe43 wrote:This post is from a few years ago. Curious if you're still on here? I have been trying to find a way to listen to my iPod while riding and after many cheap sets of headphones, and more recently a very over priced set from Monster called iSport that has taken a "crumb" (one side works just enough to find myself constantly trying to adjust it to come on) with less and less success. But due to the price tag and the almost impossible option that I can get them replaced even though they're less then a year old, I have been making due with them to the point of lunacy!
Soooo I've been researching wireless options. I'm not mentally challenged, but I'm not as savvy when it comes to the "new" technology that I've tried and failed and just got burnt out on trying to keep with up with anymore. Too many cheaply made products. For example; 2 external hard drives took a dump in the last year which is where I kept my huge music library stored. I could go on and on, but if there was a way to put a record player on my bike I'm opting to go back to vinyl. (That's pretty funny if you're getting a visual on it) I just want to listen to music on my bike without cords that get caught in my jacket collar, or come out when I put on and take off my helmet, and wouldn't it be swell if there was a way to forward a song, keep the volume from turning down while trying to push on my chest where my iPod hangs in a case that I afro engineered to try and forward the song. The poke and pray method with this technology is enough to make me want to stand in front of a train. It always happens right when the light turns green or when I'm getting on the freeway. HELP!!