Sometimes I think life would be so much easier, if I could just be happy with things as they are, like everybody else seems to be. I recently purchased a Scala Rider G4 headset, and I'm sad to say that the sound quality just wasn't quite what I was expecting. I'm pretty fussy audio-wise, so if you're "normal", ignore this and move on Seriously, I wish I could have too I had previously tried using in-ear headphones under the helmet with an mp3 player, and they seemed to work okay. This got me wondering whether I could make the scala rider unit use external headphones too, and whether it would improve the audio quality. I decided to give it a go, and replaced the speakers in the unit with a 3.5mm headphone socket that I could hook my own headphones into. This obviously voids the warranty, although I am pretty confident I could put it all back how it was and it would be hard to tell the difference. I didn't have to destroy any security stickers or anything to make it work, and none of the original parts were damaged. I've attached a pic of the result below. The headphone socket can be seen just poking out from under the rear of the cheek-pad lining. So far, I'm pretty happy with how things have turned out. Using some in-ear headphones I can actually hear bass. And treble. And everything else. The audio quality of the unit is surprisingly good when hooked into a decent set of headphones. Another benefit is the in-ear headphones cut out a fair amount of wind/road noise too. If anybody wants more info, let me know and I'll try to explain what I did to make it all work in a bit more detail.