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The Bell Sena SMH10 is built specifically for the Bell Mag-9 Sena helmet and is a Bluetooth v3.0+EDR Class 1 Stereo Headset with long-range Bluetooth Intercom designed specifically for motorcycles. With the SMH10, you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigations by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motorcycle riders. Thanks to the latest Bluetooth v3.0+EDR and the advanced digital processing technology, the Sena SMH10 bluetooth 3.0 offers the best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound in its class. Also, the easy-to-access and intuitive button operations make the SMH10 a perfect companion for motorcycles.
Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
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Donnie L: Because it seems to be best for the money. And because the reviewer said he owned one...and loved it. I'm trusting y'all on this one...Feb 18, 2014
John D: This will easily mate with the Bell Mag-9 Sena Rally Helmet I have. I will use it to listen to music, and make calls, from my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone. I will also use it to communicate with my son when we are riding motorcycles together. Reviews have been good, and I have a friend that uses a SHM-10 and is pleased with it.Feb 6, 2014
Keith B: Price and reputation of the sellerJan 29, 2014
Anthony G: Made for my Mag-9 helmet. Shopped a lot and this was the best price I could find.Jan 9, 2014
james f: Fits the Bell Mag 9 like OEM - Read results from users and seems to be a good unit for the moneyDec 26, 2013
Matthew N: based on reviews for new Bell mag 9 helmetDec 16, 2013
JOHN H: MADE FOR MAG 9 - BEST PRICE ON INTERNET - REVIEWS GREATNov 19, 2013
Robert C: Have a Cardo Q2 that works OK. Difficult to manipulate the buttons with gloves on. Semantic rotary dial looks easy to use and reviews are better than Cardo overall.Oct 22, 2013
Jerome R:Not sure why the price difference, but if you have the Bell Mag 9 helmet like I do you'll want to buy the Bell Mag-9 Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset for $159.95. It's shown on the same page as the helmet. That's what I have and it's specifically made to fit in the helmet and it's a perfect fit.Dec 10, 2013
Tao-Lin C:The more expensive one is fitted with this bell helmet, the other one is for my shoei helmet and can not fit bell mag 9
I am not sure whether gen purpose plus bell fitting plate will do for bell mag helmet, if working it will be cheaper this wayDec 11, 2013
Marc B:Yes, it is voice activated for Cell Phone and Intercom activities. It's good, but very complex in operation - read the user's manual before buying: its online but this system won't let me post the address - google it or have this company post it for you. It's extremely capable, but 2 controls to do 30 functions speaks for itself. It also knows some voice commands.
Also - the volume in the helmet is dismal - you can barely recognize melodies of familiar songs. It needs more amplification or better speakers.
Two companies have patents on the 1,000M Bluetooth for bike-to-bike intercom, Sena is one, the other may be better. The Sena tech is good, quality good, the Bell is a fav helmet, but I've removed the clear shield - blocks cooling (I live in NM), try before buying, please. Good luck, Marc - 2013 BMW R1200RT.Aug 23, 2013
Yvonne V:Yes, it is voice activated. However I have found it easier to use the jog dial to operate the various functions of the headset while traveling at speed with the Bell Mag 9 helmet on due to wind noise.
You probably wouldn't have that issue on a full face helmet, but the Mag 9 does allow enough wind interference to mess with the voice prompts on the voice activation. Of course that all depends on what you're riding and how fast you're going. Typically I'm going 70mph on a chopper. If you're riding something with a fairing, wind noise may be a non issue to you.Aug 24, 2013
Nichole L:No it is not, as far as I can tell you have to push a button to do anything. If you have Siri or an equivilant then just push a button and tell her hat to do. Sorry the answer isn't too definitive I haven't used mine that much to know all of the nuances.Aug 23, 2013