RACEceiver Ear Piece
Oval Track Cars
- Features rubber tips that fit into the ear to help reduce outside noise
- Comes with three (3) sizes of replaceable rubber tips for a more custom fit
- Cord is designed to fall down one side of the body depending on the side you are wearing your audio device
- Additional extension cord is included for extra versatility
- Designed to fit the RACEceiver ear piece
Our RACEceiver Rookie Earpiece is a mid-level stereo earpiece that has terrific sound quality. It’s light, easy to carry and will drop in your pocket! The earpiece has rubber tips that fit into the ear to help reduce outside noise. And It comes with three (3) sizes of replaceable rubber tips for a more custom fit. The cord is designed to fall down one side of the body depending on the side you are wearing your audio device. It also comes with an extension cord for versatility.
This mid-level earpiece is perfect for the rookie driver who uses the RACEceiver in a lower noise environment. It’s great for other devices like Ipod, MP3, portable CD players and radios. This is not the recommended earpiece for Drivers in an extremely loud environment.
This is the RACEceiver ear piece. RACEceiver sold separately.
The RACEeiver has a full 3 year manufacturers warrranty against manufacturer defects from the date of purchase. Simply return your RACEeiver / component to Innovative Spectator Products Inc. for any necessary repair or replacement, along with a copy of your receipt.
RACEceiver Warranty Swap
872 Main St SW Suite D2
Gainesville, GA 30501
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