Wind noise IRL? Or for motovlogging? Or both?
I mean you can hear the wind in my motovlogs, but it's not overwhelming.
There's really no such thing as a quiet helmet, at highway speeds, sustained riding without protection can result in hearing loss.
That said. At 100km/h. I'm going to get wind noise in my video, which I can accept...the wind is part of riding, but my voice still comes through nicely. I think it's more a product of the device/micropone combination.
As far as I know, HJC offer the least expensive SNELL certified helmets you can get.As in real life scenarios. Like i said, I never tried HJC... when i know im going on the motoway i'll wear protection for sure!
Thats fair enough bud, i usually buy based on SHARP rating and quietness... hence i wear a Schuberth i guess lolAs far as I know, HJC offer the least expensive SNELL certified helmets you can get.
I can't really speak about how loud/quite they are. I get wind noise and on longer rides, I always wear ear protection.
HJC IS-17 Matte Black
Didn't realise that it's at the budget end of the market until I'd owned it for a while, had to make a snap purchase for first motorcycle lesson the following day.
Still, £150 for a lid with built-in shade, decent vents, removable padding (for cleaning), bundled pinlock, traffic position on visor ratchet, double-d fastener, ... and other stuff probably; I think I got very lucky with this purchase.
I've put in a mic for external Drift cam, and mic plus speakers fora Sena 20S. Positioning was easy and seemed obvious, like the lid was designed to have them inserted.
Bought Kitty the same lid, and carried out the same mic/speaker setup.