5 Pin Stereo Headset for Open Face/Modular Helmet w/ Boom

IMC Headsets

5 Pin Stereo Headset for Open Face/Modular Helmet w/ Boom
Your Price
$79.99
MSRP:
$89.95
Item #:
IMHS-G130P
79.99

The IMC Headset for Open Face and Modular Helmets features a two piece cord with everything needed to take advantage of the Intercom/Music system on a Honda Goldwing at an unbeatable price. Simply install the headset into your helmet, plug the DIN connector cord into your bike and start enjoying your factory system on any adventure you may take. 

This kit includes a boom microphone for ¾ helmets but can be used with full face helmets as well. This combo provides the performance of headsets costing twice as much with half the warranty. 

The rugged coiled connecting cord is designed for years of reliable service. The slim (6mm) speakers offer excellent sound quality and are easy to install. The special noise cancelling microphone will make this a must-have for your next trip. Works with any Honda, Kawasaki, or other 5 pin system.

Features:

  • Two piece design with upper headset and lower coiled cord. Speakers and microphone are detachable.
  • 30mm diameter high fidelity speakers include acoustic padding and provide excellent sound quality.
  • High performance noise canceling microphone makes communication easy. 
  • 2 year warranty provides peace of mind.

Compatibility:

Compatible with 5 pin audio systems

Honda Goldwing 1980 - Present (GL1100 GL1200, GL1500 GL1800) 

The HS-G130P headset is compatible with

Full face helmets

Open Face or 3/4 helmets

Modular or Flip-up helmets

 

46 Member Reviews

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2/9/2017
n/a
30_stars
Headset for Goldwing 1800

I purchased 2 of these last month. When I first installed them I had a problem with sound breaking up, but checked connections and fixed issue

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6/15/2015
Dave
10_stars
Ouch!!

I don't recommend these headsets. We have properly fitting helmets but these head sets really hurt your ears when installed. They make your ears feel as though they are being rolled down and then pressed between hard plates inside your helmet. In about a two hour ride we had to stop numerous times to take the helmets off. We're taking them out. Don't waste your money on these headsets. The sound quality was also mediocre at best.

5 out of 5 people found this helpful
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4/3/2014
dan
hudson, FL
40_stars
little confusing

The instructions arent very detailed.After some thought of where to put all wires and testing the little clip that holds everything together.You have to use the tape strips that come it to hold the cord in place.But the sound is good Made my wife happy,good replacement

8 out of 8 people found this helpful
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4/11/2013
Mike
Strasburg, CO
50_stars
Nice improvement

This was a replacement to the one in my helmet. Earlier it was noted by a person about the solder pad and the wires breaking there. That happened to my original set but with a N104 helment the other options are outrageous priced. I was incredibly happy to see the new one has that issue resolved and the improvement is great. Love to have the headset working as designed again.

14 out of 16 people found this helpful
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11/25/2012
Jimmy
Sun City, AZ
50_stars
Refuse to buy another set

I've bought three of these sets over the past 20-months and they suck. OK, sound is good, and the speakers fit nicely into the helmet pad, but the weak link in this system is where the cords from the speakers and mic meet and feed into the boom mic. This is a small solder pad where all the wires connect and can pull apart very easily. I've repaired them too many times to be worth the problem. Now the mic won't work and the left speaker went out on a ride today. J&M for me from now on.

13 out of 17 people found this helpful
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  • GL1800 2001-2017
  • GL1800 Trike 2001-2017