When listening to my iPod while doing rolling unispins or whatever, some part of my body always manages to hit the cord out of my ears and its a terrible feeling, so i can’t listen to music freely.
Putting the cord through my shirt, beleive me still did not work. A solution i wonder if it would work is purchasing an armband that holds the iPod but I don’t know where abouts the cord dangles around…
tape your ipod firmly to the top of your helmet and drag the earphones through a hole in it and leave all the wire slack in your helmet with tape. its worth a shot? i mean youd never hit the very top of your head so the ipod should be safe
Many mobile phones that have the capability of playing MP3s also have bluetooth headphones so that you can put you cell phone down on a bench or nearby car and hear a conversation or music within a 10 meter range!
So I play all of my music through my phone and don’t have to mess about with any cables. But if I want a change I use a pair of standard DJ headphones a little bit like these
They fit perfectly under my helmet, but I have customised the helmet to fit my head due to having dreads. So I’m not sure a normal helmet would alloy them to fit or not. The helmets I use are BMX helmets, so I don’t know whether that makes a difference as well.
Get an arm band for the ipod and wrap the cord around the pocket the ipod goes into to take out the slack. Feed the rest through your sleeve and up to your neck. If you do this, there isn’t much that it can catch on to. It works for me, but I don’t do unispins.
i used to use these, but i broke them (had them for 3 years or 4 years or so) great sound quality, it’s bang & olufsen… only minus is the price, but i think it’s been reduced a lot since i bought them! try to see if you find any on ebay or so, it really is worth it!
Putting it through my shirt ripped it out anyway, but if I fiddle around with it more I could get something working. If not I like the idea of an arm band thing and threading the cord through the arm/back.