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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone use Cycle Sounds speakers???

Does anyone use the Cycle sound speakers with their Dyna's???


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I'll bet you are going to ask where they put the amp. I'm curious to hear the answer to that myself.
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actually i was going to ask how they were. I'm currently using skullcandy earbuds that sound great and keep out the air, but sometimes when its too windy or if i get them snagged they will come out of me ear...


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Forum member 09 Softail C has a Cycle Sounds 200 watt system. You might want to PM him as ask how he likes them.
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I purchased the cheap Shark system a few years back. I mounted amp in my saddle bag at first but then I moved it to a tool / fork bag that I mounted to my front frame. Speakers are mounted to my tree (had them on my windshield but then I couldn't take it off easily.
Speakers / system is OK but could be better. Whole system is under $100 I think these days.

Can't change radio stations from the wired remote but mostly listen to MP3's. Was going to upgrade my MP3 player to get one with a decent radio so figured that would help. I even added two more of their cheap speakers to help overcome my Rineharts on the highway.

Here you'll see the original installation in the saddle bag. It's now in the tool bag mounted in front of the frame.
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