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Following the global success of the scala rider Q2, Cardo has developed the scala rider Q2 PRO headset. The Q2 PRO offers even more value with Bike-to-Bike intercom communication for a distance of up to an impressive 700m/2,300 ft* The scala rider Q2 PRO features technological advances for smooth and effortless communication. Embedded PLC (Packet Loss Concealment) technology allows real-time compensation of audio losses in challenging environments and makes your conversations sound clearer than ever. Thanks to MDC (Multiple Device Connection) technology, the scala rider Q2 PRO allows bikers to receive GPS voice instructions, communicate with other bikers or with a passenger on the back seat via intercom, conduct calls on their mobile phones and listen to music and radio. Entertainment features now include wireless A2DP stereo music or MP3 player connection via cable as well as built-in FM radio with RDS.
Key Scala Rider Q2 Pro Features:
Bike-to-Bike Intercom: Alternate between 2 other riders within a range of 700m / 2,300 ft*
Rider-to-Passenger** communications: Both Rider and Passenger using Q2 PRO headsets can communicate via intercom as well as independently conduct mobile phone calls, listen to MP3 music in stereo or to the built-in FM radio
Full Duplex: No longer the walkie-talkie syndrome where one party can only speak when the other is silent. The scala rider Q2 PRO allows bikers and passengers to talk and listen simultaneously
Corded Mic: The scala rider Q2 PRO is also available with a corded microphone to fit even the tightest full-faced helmets
Thanks to MDC technology the scala rider Q2 PRO offers parallel connectivity as follows:
Alternate between two additional scala rider headsets on intercom mode and one of the following Bluetooth devices
Mobile Phone (either directly or via a GPS device)
A2DP enabled MP3 Player orAdapter
Priority Management: No need to manually disconnect from intercom or music to receive incoming phone calls or GPS instructions
Built-In FM Radio with RDS
Connection to an MP3 Player (cable included)
Results may vary according to terrain
Talk time: up to 8 hours
Standby time: 7 days
Charging time: 3 hours
Intercom Features(Full Duplex)
Bike-to-Bike intercom communication up to 700 m /2,300 ft
Rider-to-Passenger communications with all scala rider® models (full compatibility)
Noise cancellation Microphone
AGC technology: Automatic Volume Control according to speed and ambient noise
VOX technology: Accept or Reject calls by voice commands
PLC (Packet Loss Concealment): Real-Time compensation of audio losses in challenging environments
Fits all full-faced and 3/4 Helmets
Quick-release mechanism for headset
Two ultra-slim speakers - 5.7 mm (less than ¼”) thickness
4 large control buttons
Headset and HandsFree Profiles support
A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless streaming stereo from MP3 player or other A2DP device
FM Radio Features
87.5 MHz to 108 MHz receiver
RDS functionality (Automatic selection of strongestFM radio signal while on the go)
6 Station memory with Search and Store functions
Automatic radio muting during incoming calls
Radio On time: typical on avg. 8-10 hours
Wireless MP3 music (A2DP) or through cable connected MP3 player
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Cardo Scala Rider Q2 Pro? Ask it here!
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W Ernest Goble, A:It came as a single set. But I must add that I'm pretty disappointed in this unit. It's supposed to work for phone, GPS and music, but I find it VERY difficult to get it to work for all three functions. I'm constantly having to work with it over and over again, and usually still can't get it to work correctly. Sometimes I can get it to work for awhile, then it just quits for no reason. Most of the time I just use it as a very expensive FM radio.Aug 21, 2013
Cynthia K:Yes it comes as a single headset. If you want 2 you must purchase two. A single headset is good if you want to connect to your cell phone, MP3 player etc. But if you want to communicate with another person with a headset then 2 needs to be purchased.Aug 21, 2013
BluSkyz:I beleive all of the Scala Q2 products are compatible with each other. The only limitation would be the maximum number of channels for intercom and bike to bike concurrent connections.Sep 20, 2011
RevZilla:Both the Team Set Pro and the Q2 Pro are made by Cardo Systems. Thus, you should not have any issues communicating with each other. All Cardo made units are designed to work with other Cardo devices. However, they will not work with other brands of communication devices unless otherwise specifically noted. Similarly, all Sena units will work with other Sena products, but they will not work with other non Sena brands. This trend holds true for all the major brands that we currently carry.Nov 5, 2012
A shopper asked:If I buy the Q2 Pro and the 1/2 helmet audio kit is there anything else I need? I've seen a reference to a battery/transmitter module that is required but can't find any other info on it.Jun 10, 2012