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Ok, so you got the cool MP3 player, iPod, CD, or whatever, and now you want to listen to it using your EdSets headsets, right?  Read on, we have good news.  There's more than one way to do this. 

The Honda Goldwing has an Auxiliary connector in the left pocket.  It's a 3.5mm stereo plug.  If you don't see it, your dealer owes you one, since it comes with the bike!  It plugs into your player like any headphone would, but the bike's audio system itself now becomes the receiver, and will send the signal to your helmet headset when you selece the AUX button on the top cover.  Other bikes have similar features, and some older Wings can use a cassette adapter to achieve the same thing.  Kennedy Technologies will even put an AUX input on your older Wing if you send it to them!  Pretty cool?  Yes.  Cool enough?  No.  Read on...

What if you leave the Gold Wing at home and want to tour Arizona and New Mexico with your Vespa scooter?  No problem.  Just take your EdSets - equipped helmet with you and get one of our new Universal Adapters (http://www.edsets.com/edapter) and plug your headset and your MP3 player into it and cruise on!  Read more at the link above.  In addition, our 3G headsets have this jack built in, and you won't even need an adapter for it.
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