Smith Aleck 006 Wired Helmet Audio Kit

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With a glove-friendly, on-device button for audio control, the Smith Aleck 006 Wired audio kit provides helmet-filling music from your device. It's everything you need for a great time on the hill.

  • Features

    • Siri® and Google Assistant® provide volume control, and a built-in microphone means you can answer your next call without removing your helmet or your gloves
    • Music can add to the thrill of your mountain experience and sometimes, making the first powder day of the year means taking a work call on the lift
    • From basic direct-line and bass-thumping audio to advanced iPhone® and Android™ compatible features, the Smith audio program powered by Aleck™ has you covered
    • Universally compatible ear pads and super-thin drivers makes fumbling through lengthy instruction manuals a thing of the past
    • Equipped with full-range 40 mm drivers set solidly in the squircle-shaped casing
    • Aleck GO! app for iOS and Android adds walkie-talkie functionality
    • Lost a group member on the mountain? No problem—GPS gives you the peace of mind of knowing exactly where your friends and family are
    • All tested to work perfectly down to -4°F (-20°C) with IPX4 sweat and water resistance
    • Dimensions: 2.1 x 2.1 x 0.57 in.; max volume: 120 decibels
    • Qualcomm® cVc™ audio technology; two 40 mm titanium drivers; 32 ohms
    • Includes the Aleck 006 system, 3.5 mm audio cable, carrying case, quick start guide and stickers


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use




    Volume Control



    2.7 ounces

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