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Bell Mag-9 Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
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
Bell Mag-9 Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
We purchased this unit so we could talk to the other couple we usually travel with. Connecting all four units was very time consuming. The units are very noisy (background noise) and someone is always being disconnected from the group. They say the battery lasts 12 hours but none of ours have made it past 7 or 8 hours. My battery only lasts 5 to 6 hours. When I called the manufacturer (Bell), they wanted me to take both units out of the helmets and send them back, which meant we would have to reconnect all four again when we got the replacement. All I really wanted was a replacement battery for mine but that was not an option. For the price, I was expecting a lot more and was very disappointed!
November 4, 2013
Overall a good product however a lot of wind noise across the mic which is annoying to the point that we turn them off until we are ready to talk
September 16, 2013
Love this product
Was looking for a system that I can talk to my partner on another bike and this filled the bill. I was also able to listen to songs from my phone and if my partner wanted to talk to me all he had to do was hit the button on his remote and it interrupted my song so he could talk to me. I love it!!!!
April 22, 2013
i bought this product because it worked with the Bell helmet. everything worked just fine, easy to install in the helmet. when pairing the units you must take your time and not get in a hurry. it does take a little bit of time to let them pair with each other.
April 9, 2013
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Roy T: Because I bought two Bell Mag 9 helmets from you folks.Feb 25, 2014
Robert M: What I read about it indicates it should do what I need it to do. I just hope those people that wrote negative things about it are wrong. I feel that since all the negatives were the same, there probably is real validity to there complaints. I didn't find another product that even came close to fitting the bill for my needs so I decided to go with the product that came close, faults and all. I just hope I didn't make a very expensive mistake.Feb 20, 2014
cheryl m: Very good price and good description of itemsJan 30, 2014
john b: Fits Bell Mag 9 helmet I purchasedSep 5, 2013
Mark C asked:I might be a little dense but I don't understand how we would go from comms between my passenger and I to music to hearing GPS directions. I ride a Victory Cross Country that has my Ipod connected through the stereo system. On the highway my passenger cannot hear the music and I thought this would be a nice option. Here are my questions: 1. Is the intercom for comms between us always open? If not how is it activated? 2. If we are listing to music through the Sena will comms between us override the music? 3. Same as #2 but with GPS
Sandra L:Multiple questions here. Let me break them up.
The Senas only communicate with your iPod vis bluetooth. And as far as I know t he iPod can only communicate with one device at a time. So to hear iPod through Sena you must pair the iPod to the individual headset that plans to use it. So in summary I not think it is possible for both to listen to a single iPod. You each will need your own.
I have used my Sena with up to 3 other people. 2 on separate bikes and my wife on my bike. We usually ride with mike open all the time however if we want any of us can go off line and listen to our own music bu just tapping the jog dial once.
One of the guys in our group has a GPS which communicates vis bluetooth with the owner only while the rest of us are. On necked.
The priority is phone highest, gps next then intercom. I do not this can be changed.
Hope this helps. We like ours. Only disappointment is the volume level with bluetooth music (too low). Sena also has a help line on their website.
kaye c:when you pair the 2 comms to each other you are in constant communications with each other. you can stop the ability to talk to each other by pressing the big round knob. when you want to begin to talk again just press the big round knob and in just a few seconds the intercom turns on. if you have paired your unit to your i-pod and the other unit, when you talk to the other unit (by pressing the big round knob) the i-pod will go to pause and you can talk to the other unit. when finished with talking, pressing the big round knob again will cause the i-pod to start. i think that you can pair both units to the same blue toothed i-pod. my riding partner has her own i-pod that she listens to on the road but in theory you should be able to pair both. i do not use a GPS unit so i don't know how that would work. i would re-read the instruction booklet again. hope this helps.Nov 3, 2013
Bruce E:Hi Mark, I purchased two of these units last year as did my riding buddy. I don't use an I-pod for music but do have the units connected to Bluetooth. The comm seems to be voice activated but if speaking the Bluetooth will override the comm. I imagine the GPS would be the same. We have all four helmets interconnected when travelling but with the touch of a button my wife and I can seperate from the other couple to have a private conversation. I can also seperate and have a conversation with my buddy that the wifes cannot hear. Hope that helps a little.Nov 4, 2013
Stephen C:1. I believe it to be voice activated. 2. Yes, the communication protocol supercedes music listening. 3. GPS supercedes any music listening.
*The instruction manual that is furnished with the Sena SMH-10 is quite informative in explaining what venue has precedence over another. My wife and I are very happy with our Sena communicators installed in our Bell MAG-9 helmets. Steve C.Nov 4, 2013
Troy W:I've only used it for the comms piece right now when my wife and I went to the VMC National Meet in Idaho so I wanted it mainly for that. I think the directions say you can use Bluetooth devices to sync up with each headset but I haven't tried that yet. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Maybe a call to the Sena folks might get you the answers you need.Nov 3, 2013
William V:No u activate comms by pushing the circular button on sena unit & when u push it to stop comms the music automatically comes back on system works great give a try question 2 yes if one of u push the comms button the music will cut off while u talk same for gpsNov 4, 2013