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Audio in your ear

Futuramille

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I've tried both an ear jack to hear my quad and I've tried music only earplugs when flying. experienced First time quad in right ear and music in the left ear today... what a trip!
Do y'all use any earplugs for quad or flying to tunes.
 
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Futuramille

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i kinda took it easy, even for me but seemed to make me fly in time. i play the piano daily since i was 7yo so music isn't distracting. I'm wishing i could mix the two channels into stereo... hmm. lol
it was cool but something id have to practice. flying with just the quad motors in one ear ... i do this when i remember to bring it.. about 20% of the time. one ear on the quad is a good idea for sure
 

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I fly LOS to music with earbuds about 90% of the time. Its actually helping my skills as I attempt maneuvers and aerobatics to the beat. I like it as much as FPV. Just cant stop frying batteries cause I dont hear the beeps telling me the battery is used up.
 
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Futuramille

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I tried with audio, but I find it to distracting. I got used to flying without audio and throttle on visual reference only.
its definitely new for me too! i used one ear bud just for motor/ quad noise. i did that first for a while and realized mono music in the other ear was kinda fun.
 

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