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Husqvarna FM radio headphones

Post in 'The Gear' started by SIERRADMAX, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. SIERRADMAX

    SIERRADMAX Feeling the Heat

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  2. NateB

    NateB New Member

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    I am not try to sell you anything, or know if you care for this option, but I got a bluetooth ear piece that fits inside my current head phones. I can play whatever I want from my phone, and if I get a phone call or text I know about it. It may cost a little more, but it has many more options.

    I have had no interference with the blue tooth, the only limitation I have had is distance. I can't get 20 yds from my phone.
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2013
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  3. ironpony

    ironpony Minister of Fire

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    mine have poor reception, out of all the channels I can get, they only get one.
  4. Twisted Priorities

    Twisted Priorities New Member

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    Don't have a pair of the Husqavarna headphones but they are probably just like the Stihl and Worktunes models that we use. They work good when cutting grass but some equipment causes interference.
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  5. ironpony

    ironpony Minister of Fire

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    yes, my zero turn causes extreme whining in the headphones
  6. Pdesjr

    Pdesjr New Member

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    I have the worktunes and have no problem using them with all of my power equipment
  7. drumbum

    drumbum Member

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    A lot of the "hearing protection" radio muffs suffer the problem of not being loud enough to hear talk/music radio over the equiptment your using.
  8. kopeck

    kopeck Minister of Fire

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    I have the Worktunes. The radio is only so-so but it has a 1/8" jack so I just plug my iPod in and it works great for that.

    I use them for mowing, I'm a little nervous using them cutting. I kind of like to know what's going on around me and the music is an added distraction.

    K

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