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Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset
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  • Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset
  • Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset
  • Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset
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$489.95
Your Savings (18%):
$90.00
Your Price
$399.95

Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset

Powerset includes two G4 Snow units.

The rugged scala rider G4 is the perfect companion in any winter environment.* It lets you communicate with your friends while you enjoy riding the snowy trails.

Connect with up to two other snowmobiles or among two riders and their two passengers in crystal-clear conference mode or use any of the other remarkable communication and entertainment options the scala rider G4 has to offer: Mobile phone connectivity, A2DP stereo music from your MP3 Player, built-in FM radio and more.

The scala rider G4 is hands down the world's most feature-rich communication and entertainment system for snowmobile riders and the PowerSet box brings you two factory-paired G4 units ready to go.

Multiple Device Connectivity (“MDC”)

Thanks to MDC technology, the scala rider G4 offers parallel connectivity as follows:

  • Snowmobile Intercom conference mode with two other scala rider G4 users and with one of the following Bluetooth devices:
    • Mobile Phone (either directly or via a GPS device)
    • GPS device
    • A2DP enabled MP3 Player or Adapter
    • plus: built-in FM radio and cable connectivity to external MP3 player 

Priority Management: No need to manually disconnect from intercom or music to receive incoming phone calls or GPS instructions!

Technical Specifications

General

  • Talk time: up to 13 hours
  • Standby time: 7 days
  • Charging time: 3 hours
  • Certificates: FCC, IC,CE, Bluetooth®
  • Bluetooth® version 2.1 class 1
  • Chip manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)
  • Battery type: Rechargeable Li-Polymer (for use in North American style "Type A" electrical outlets)
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for advanced audio

Snowmobile Intercom

  • 4-Way (2 riders and 2 passengers)
  • 3-Way (3 separate snowmobiles)
  • 2-Way (rider-to-rider or rider-to-passenger)
  • Mobile Phone Conference Mode (rider, passenger, outside caller) 

GPS (requires headset profile)

  • Compatible with most major Bluetooth GPS devices
  • GPS voice instructions override music, FM Radio and Intercom calls 

Supported Mobile Phone Profiles and Functions

  • Headset and Handsfree profiles
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless streaming stereo from MP3 player or other A2DP device
  • Voice Dial
  • Redial
  • Call Reject
  • Conference mode between outside caller, Driver and Passenger 

Built-in FM Radio

  • 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz FM receiver
  • RDS functionality (adjusts to best frequencies according to zones)
  • 6-station memory with Search and Store functions
  • Automatic radio muting for incoming calls 

Software Update

  • Software update-ready directly from PC (requires Windows® XP™, Vista™ or Windows 7 based PC) 

MP3 / Music

  • Wireless MP3 music (A2DP) or through cable connected MP3 player 

Mechanical / Functional Features

  • Fits virtually all snowmobile helmets
  • Quick-Release mechanism to detach Snowmobile Bluetooth headset from clamp
  • Glue-On Option included (in lieu of clamp attachment)
  • Corded microphone and two slim speakers fit even the tightest full-faced helmets
  • Multiple control buttons
  • Mobile phone
  • Channel to Rider A
  • Channel to Rider B
  • Volume Up
  • Volume Down
  • FM Radio
  • MP3 Player

Audio Features

  • Multi-Lingual Spoken Status Announcements
  • Specially Calibrated Noise Cancellation Microphone
  • AGC technology: automatic volume adjustment of audio signals according to riding speed and ambient noise (AGC covers audio from MP3 Player, Mobile Phone, Intercoms, GPS)
  • VOX technology: accept or reject calls by voice commands 

Design

  • Flip-Up Antenna for intercom extended range of up to 1 mile
  • Fully rain and snow resistant (certified waterproof and dustproof - IP 67)
  • Rugged and streamlined design 

Charger

  • 110/240V 50/60Hz Universal Travel Charger
  • Charger unit uses USB cable that also serves as software download cable.
  • Compatible with entire scala rider product line**

*Tested in Alaska

Includes set of two (2) G4 Snow units.

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Cardo Scala Rider G4 I bought this mainly so I could listen to my iPod while riding. I own a Harley and I have loud pipes on it. If you have aftermarket loud pipes on your bike. I would not recommend this. You have to have the volume cranked up on the highway to hear and it's still not enough. If you're cruising around through town at speeds under 40 mph it's fine. If you plan on listening to music with it and you're a music lover. You'll be disappointed as it will be nothing but treble. I wasn't expecting bose quality but I was hoping for a little more for $400. I had it installed for a few rides and i just got tired of it. So I removed it. Kind of hard to be reaching up to your helmet to raise the volume etc. I'll just get my Street Glide w/ the stereo and not have to worry about the headset. Nice product but not for riders w/ loud pipes. I suppose if you're a sport bike rider or a Honda Goldwing rider this would be perfect. I did not purchase this through revzilla. Just wanted to review this item. November 10, 2013
Great in theory; not yet great in practice I bought this set so that my wife and I could communicate on the road, and thought that the wired microphones would be better than the boom microphones for our full-face helmets. These are my findings so far: 1. Installation: pretty easy. I had to play with the microphone locations to optimize sound pick-up and speaker locations because they were interfering with my wife's ear and bending it when she wore her helmet (Shoei TR-Z). 2. Features: I've only tried the G4 to G4 communications, so cannot comment on the radio, phone or GPS pairing or MP3 connections. 3. Communications: This is the reason I bought these headsets, and... they mostly work. I have had several issues where they will be working fine and then all of a sudden my wife and I can no longer hear each other. We are never more than 300m apart, so I don't believe it is a distance issue: I am still trying to fiddle with settings to fix this. I find that you have to speak loudly and deliberately in order to get them to transmit voice between the units, and that means that casual conversations, like the types I was hoping to have (think in-car conversation) aren't really possible: you are always thinking about how you are going to say things clearly. The voice quality is usually pretty good (when it works), but it is more walkie-talkie quality than telephone quality: you must enunciate clearly to be understood. Snowmobile vs Motorcycle?: In retrospect, I really wish I'd bought the motorcycle powerset instead of the snowmobile powerset. I bought this set because we have full-faced helmets and I did not want to deal with the solid boom getting in the way of putting my helmet on. The wired microphones on this set, however, have no wind shielding to them: I knew this, but didn't think much of it. Now whenever my wife has her visor open, even a little bit, I get a lot of wind noise being transmitted through the system, and it is very, very annoying. Closing the visor fixes this (but she doesn't get as much ventilation.) Overall thoughts: I really wish I could have tried this before I bought it. I would send it back and exchange it, except that it was my Christmas gift (my wife let me choose what I wanted, order it and she paid for it... she's the best!) so I've had it for about 6 months before I was able to give it a proper test. I will likely try to buy a boom microphone kit for my wife's helmet to fix the wind noise issue. June 8, 2012
Very useful, I recommend. I prefer this model, snow, because of the wired mic. Better to fit in helmet (smaller than boom mic). Very useful, when using alone (you can answer cell phone) but, principaly , when we use it within a group. Increases security. March 26, 2012
Awesome headsets Works great with my arai and my wife's agv full face helmets glad I bought the wires mic instead of the boom one. The only issue I have with this system is that you cannot update the software on a Mac , but luckily I have an extra pc around so was still able to adjust settings and update January 9, 2012
This is an Excellent for mortorcycle riding. I'd highly recommend the G4. I make and receive calls a lot and it works so great that up to about 80 mph people can't even tell I'm riding. At 80-90 mph people hear a little wind but I don't feel comfortable driving that fast especially not on the phone. I'd say communication via phone, GPS, or with another unit is very clear (like they are next to you#. The only down fail is that when linked through a GPS, and the GPS talks or if you select on the GPS to look at the map you loose the music from the G4. I did find a trick and that is to make a fake phone call #like 777) & hang up then the music comes back. All in all it is fantastic & I'd highly recommend it. It is horrible without it. I don't know how I rode without it in the past. It takes riding to a higher level of freedom & enjoyment! December 1, 2011
Good choice for full face or flip-up helmets My riding partner and I could not make the G4 microphone booms (on the motorcycle power set) work with a full face or flip-up helmet. We returned that set for the "snow mobile" G4 power set, which using a wired microphone that accommodates the full face and flip-up helmets much better. May 26, 2011
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A shopper asked: What's the difference between the snow and motorcycle versions of the G4 Powerset? Dec 20, 2011
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JonnyCrash: The motorcycle version has a boom microphone with wind shielding that can be used with open-faced helmets, modular helmets or full-faced helmets. The snowmobile version has a microphone with no wind shielding that is connected with a very thin, flexible wire and which can be glued to the inside of a full-faced helmet: it will not work with an open-faced or modular helmet. That is the only difference: otherwise the software and functionality is absolutely identical. Jun 8, 2012
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Marcelo53: The only difference is the wired mic instead of the boom mic. I prefer the wired one because it is a bit smaller than the boom one. In my tight helmets (my AGV and Arai) it made the diference between touching the mouth in the mic or not (my Shoei). Mar 26, 2012
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Ryan C: The primary difference is that the "snow" model uses a fixed boom mic while the "motorcycle" version utilizes a cable mic that you can put anywhere inside a helmet. Dec 20, 2011
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A shopper asked: #1 Does listening to an iPod drain the battery quickly...I need to be able to listen for about ten hours at a time?
#2 Does listening to an iPod require a wired connection to the unit?
Mar 29, 2012
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RevZilla: Listening to an iPod while using the Cardo Scala G4 Snow Powerset will drain the battery a bit more, but not significantly faster. Listening to your iPod does not require a wire, but you have to keep in mind that using the bluetooth will drain the battery faster than if you use a wired connection. Apr 4, 2012
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