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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-18-2016, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone make an inline volume control?

I am looking for an inline volume control for my passenger headset. I have seen them on new JM units but I was hoping for an inexpensive option for my existing system since it works fine.


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This is the one I have. Works great.

http://wingstuff.com/products/3697-p...er_controllers


And here's a link to others.

http://wingstuff.com/shop/passenger_controllers



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Will these work with Ed Sets?

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This is the one I have. Works great.
That's the same one that I use and with the additional CB button, I like it a lot better than the previous one I had.

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Will these work with Ed Sets?
It might work with their 2G or 3G sets, but not for sure.
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Will these work with Ed Sets?
It will work with any headset that hooks to the Honda 5 pin adapter. If you look at the product it wires into the the harness like the existing headset adapter, so if your headset plugs into the one on the bike it will plug into the volume control



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One thing to remember these units put on the passenger headset will only LOWER the volume, they will not increase it over the drivers volume.
If your passenger wants the volume higher you can put one of these on your end and lower it to your headset and the passenger will get the full volume.



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Thanks Joe. Actually it is me who is hard of hearing so my wife needs to lower volume


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Then Wayfarer they will work for you.



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I am looking for an inline volume control for my passenger headset. I have seen them on new JM units but I was hoping for an inexpensive option for my existing system since it works fine.


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You do not have to buy the whole head set to get the lower cord w/volume control:
http://www.sierra-mc.com/proddetail.asp?prod=JM-HC-PBV
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That lower cord is an 8 pin. Is it interchangeable with the 5 pin stock set up?

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