Greetings /n/ bikebros!
I've been looking for a way to liven up my daily commute, so I'm tinkering with the idea of installing a sweet stereo system in my bike to crank some tunes. Problem is I know diddly squat about audio systems.
I'm looking at this one right now http://www.bestbuy.com/site/pioneer-6-2-cd-dvd-built-in-bluetooth-apple-ipod-ready-in-dash-receiver-multi/2719011.p?id=1219561627718&skuId=2719011
Looks like a great deal at $80 off, plus it's compatible with my Apple iPod so I can play my whole iTunes library through it. Anyone know if the sound quality is any good? And will it be easy enough to install on my Shogun Trailbreaker II?
Thanks. Any help is appreciated.
Why do you want to make your bike weigh 100 pounds? You'll have to carry heavy speakers and a heavy battery to run all that stuff. Just get a bluetooth speaker that fits in your bottlecage and that recharges via USB, and that weighs less than a pound.
>Shogun Trailbreaker II
>less than $400 when it was new
>less than $100 used now
This must be a troll thread, otherwise OP wants to spend many times what the bike is worth for a stupid stereo system.
I'm surprised that 4-wheel bike-car things never took off. Surely there's a niche for a spacious bike-thing that will carry your groceries and undoubtedly piss off every motorist around by being impossible to pass.
In more seriousness, it seems ideal for converting motorists into cyclists, especially if they're fat shits and/or have no sense of balance.
Only clueless assholes play music out loud on their bikes. It is like people who blast tunes on their Harleys or in a convertible. Everyone will feel sorry for you and be embarrassed. Don't do it. The music of your chain is all you need.