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    I like to listen to music while doing most everything. I've got a pair of waterproof ear buds that work great but at 40+ mph there is a lot of wind noise.

    What do you use?

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    Ear buds probably isnít the best idea since you canít hear what is happening around you.

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    I use a u roll
    Great sound, waterproof and portable

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikidymac View Post
    Ear buds probably isnít the best idea since you canít hear what is happening around you.
    I understand your point. There's not much I hear at 40mph other than engine noise and wind. I wouldn't be able to hear anything smaller than a speed boat come up behind me. That's why I don't make a turn or maneuver without looking 360į first.

    By comparison, when mowing I used to wear regular wired ear buds to listen to music. I had to have them at nearly full volume to hear them over the engine noise. Not good for my hearing. Then I bought a pair of Howard Leight Sync Stereo MP3 Earmuffs https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004U4A5RU..._dsTYzb6J4FB30 and a Bluetooth adapter. It blocks out most of the engine noise which allows me to enjoy my music at a greatly reduced volume. But I can still hear the mower and other noises that are loud enough to be heard over the mower noise.

    That's what I'm hoping to accomplish on my PWC. Reduce ambient noise enough to be able to not have to listen to music at or near full volume. In my opinion, just about as safe as having a pontoon or ski boat loaded with speakers. Plus I'm not inflicting my musical preferences upon everyone else within 200 yds.

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