Due to the miniaturization of technology, you can add tons of accessories to your helmet, such as GPS, CD and MP3 players, and communicators. You can add these motorcycle sound systems onto your helmet yourself, or you can buy helmets with these features built in. You can also choose between wired and wireless systems. In terms of quality, wired systems are usually better, but they leave wires hanging everywhere. Also, remember when installing these components that the more gear you have, the more you will drain the system’s battery. It’s also a good idea to consult with your helmet’s manufacturer before adding systems.
You can usually purchase a helmet with Bluetooth motorcycle sound systems built into it. These systems allow interaction between Bluetooth-enabled phones. These systems also allow for other inputs. You can install these systems yourself, or send them to the helmet manufacturer to have the system professionally installed. Professional installation is always a good idea because it produces a safer, higher-quality result. Revzilla, Motorcycle Superstore, and BikeBandit.com have great options for this type of system.
For communication systems that are specifically designed for rider to rider or bike to bike communication, check out HelmetAudio.com.