I have a 2008 ZX-14 that needs some countermeasures. Eventually, I want to get a detector (trying to decide between V1 and Escort ix) and a jammer (Blinder/LI/?).
I want to get the detector to start out with; I assume I can create some sort of bracket mount for it to go in behind the windscreen. But, for the first problem, I HAVE to be able to hear the detector. I don't want to have to constantly be watching for the red flashes. I understand that both of the detectors I'm considering have an audio out jack so, theoretically, there is a way to get sound out of the device; however, I certainly don't want to have a cord traveling its way from the detector, through my jacket and into my helmet..no, no no! Moreover, I ALWAYS ride with ear plugs and with all the wind noise there is no way I would be able to hear native speaker output.
How can this problem be solved with existing technology? Theoretically, the detector sound output could be routed to a unit installed on the bike that could then be transmitted in a wireless fashion to Bluetooth enabled and sound isolating earphones. Is anyone know where I could purchase such a system? Surely, other people have this problem too and there must be a solution for it, but I haven't been able to find it.