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post #1 of 5 Old Apr 4th, 2007, 12:41 am Thread Starter
 
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IMC Cords again.

Has anyone tried the IMC Headset and Cords with the BC3 system yet? I looked before and got financially side tracked.


Would like to use the Comm system on the bike but cannot afford the serious cash to get the J&M set. Just had to put a clutch in her and a slave cylinder. Also want other gadgets like a GPS. Sierra say's the IMC set should work. May get them to promise to take them back if they do not work.....

Tell You I love the K1200 looks and handling better than the wing, but my father in law with a wing has A lot fewer issues and spends about 25% less on gadgets like headsets and such. I am beginning to think evil thoughts...
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........and spends about 25% less on gadgets like headsets and such. I am beginning to think evil thoughts...
Why would someone buy a headset specific to a bike? Am I missing something?

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post #3 of 5 Old Apr 4th, 2007, 7:04 am
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I have the IMC headsets on my '99 (I know it's the earlier version Comm system) and my wife and I like them. The nice thing is that the speakers are really thin. Mine worked fine from day one. I do have to admit that I am probably more tolerant because of the great price of the units as compared to some of the others on the market.

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Why would someone buy a headset specific to a bike? Am I missing something?
Well not the headsets but Cords and such... I see your point. Poor choice of words.
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So if the cords match up sounds like quality would be OK.... Not the best but usable.
Thanks Rider Ray
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