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J&M Intercom Headsets

I have two complete sets of J&M Headsets. I previously had a 1800 Goldwing, and got rid of the bike, and no longer need them. Both complete sets work great. Any reasonable offers accepted.

1st pair part number is HS-8154-OF

2nd pair is part number HS-ECD584-FL
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do the cords hook up to the Harley system or do I need to buy a different hookup cord? Also, how is the wind noise on these? My Harley ones are unusable over 50 mph with the VOX.

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Both of these are the 5 pin inside the round end. The 5 cover 180 degrees of the circle. I have no idea what it takes on a HD as my RG does not have intercom. They worked great on the wing, and the one set has a aftermarket windsock on the mics and that helped even more. The only time I had trouble with them was in a 30 mph crosswind.
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The lower cords will work on older HD intercoms, the newer ones 98 and up need to have the lower cord from J&M HC-ZHD for the 7 pin.

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These are a complete pair of both models.
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Both of these are the 5 pin inside the round end. The 5 cover 180 degrees of the circle. I have no idea what it takes on a HD as my RG does not have intercom.
The Harley system used a 5 Pin connection (same as a Honda) from '86-'97.
Harley changed to a 7 Pin system beginning with the '98 system.
It is still a 7 Pin system on the '14 model year.

The HS-8154-OF is for use on the earlier ('86-'97) Radio Sound 5 pin systems. If you plug into the 7 pin ('98-2014) system, you will get sound through the speakers, but the microphone will not work. I know this because I had to get new headsets when I changed from my '89 Ultra to the '98 Ultra.

The HS-ECD584-FL is an obsolete headset for use on the "Flip Up" helmets. Retail price was around $229.99.
A search found this description for the headset.


Item Description
J&M® Elite Series HS-ECD584-FL for most Flip UP Helmet Style Clamp-on Headset

Manufacturers Part Number
HS-ECD584-FL

Item Details
  • These headsets provide the industry's best combination of wind and ambient noise reduction with J&M's standard and high-output AeroMike® III miniature microphones
  • Superior audio fidelity has been achieved with J&M's new large diameter DynaPort® , non-ported and Ultra-slim helmet speakers
  • The versatility of J&M's Z-series 2-piece cord system allows these headsets to be connected to any factory installed motorcycle audio system ever built, just by interchanging the lower-section hook-up cord
  • With standard microphone
  • NOTE: Proper acoustical installation is required, exact type will vary depending on application
  • Note: Not for Harley, Victory Vision or Kawasaki audio systems


Note: I currently use J&M headsets on my Road Glide and Love them. Microphones work at all speeds.
J&M does list a Lower Headset cord for use on this headset. (HC-ZHD)

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