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Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom
  • Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom
  • Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom
  • Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom
  • Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom
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Interphone F5 MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom

The Interphone F5MC retains all of the great features of the F5XT and adds Anycom, Auto Reconnection and Song Sharing. Anycom allows the F5MC to communicate with all intercom devices of different brands in full duplex mode (in order to use the Anycom feature, the pairing on the other unit must be done as a phone). With Intercom Auto Reconnection, the F5MC will automatically try to reconnect your intercom after it has gone out of range. Song Sharing allows the rider and passenger to listen to the same music from a single MP3 audio source.

Up to 4 F5MCs can be connected to extend intercom range to up to a mile. The frustration of hearing mysterious beep tones has been eliminated with the Text to Speech (TTS) feature of the F5MC. TTS gives audible voice indications when the intercom connects, disconnects, music plays or pauses, and when a phone call is incoming. The F5MC TTS feature will also tell you who is calling so you can avoid answering the call if desired. Bluetooth 3.0 technology gives the F5MC the longest battery life of any Bluetooth intercom to date.

The F5MC features a host of audio options. The hi-fi stereo speakers provide great sound quality for music and intercom. Each F5MC kit includes a 3.5mm audio cable for connection to non-Bluetooth audio devices. A2DP stereo Bluetooth allows high quality music streams from your stereo Bluetooth device to the F5MC. The remote control profile allows you to control playback remotely from the F5MC (with notifications from the headset TTS system). Music functionality if further expanded with the F5MC's built in FM radio. Also an industry first is the forthcoming handlebar remote which will allow control of the headset without ever having to take hands off the handlebars.

The F5MC features the most advanced phone options available. Incoming and outgoing calls can be controlled by voice, incoming calls are also announced as the F5MC can read caller information, so there are no surprises when you answer. Multipoint technology also allows two phones to be connected simultaneously (if you have a business and personal line). Advanced DSP algorithms make calls at freeway speeds sound as good as calls made in the living room.


  • Pairs in full duplex with up to 4 other headsets for full duplex intercom
  • Can be used with all previous versions of the Interphone (F5XT, F4, F3, F2 and original Interphone)
  • Can pair to any smartphone for music, GPS and phone calls
  • The F5MC also can sync with your phonebook for spoken caller ID
  • Adjusts the speaker volume based on the noise level detected by the microphone. (It may be necessary to disable this feature on full face helmets to obtain full volume)
  • Pairs with popular motorcycle GPS systems for voice guidance
  • Rechargeable lithium ion battery lasts up to 12 hours while the F5MC is in use
  • Stereo speakers provide clean, loud audio
  • A2DP and Bluetooth 3.0 insure the highest quality audio connection
  • AVRCP profile allows the rider to play pause and control tracks from the headset
  • Optional handlebar remote (sold separately)
  • FM Radio features 8 station memory and RDS for spoken station identification
  • Battery can last up to 700 hours of standby when not in use
  • Text to speech eliminates beep tones and replaces them with easy to understand voice prompts
  • If you have custom ring tones, the F5MC will use them instead of using the caller ID feature
  • Firmware update-ready directly from PC (Windows)


  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Battery Life: 12 Hours Use Time, up to 700 standby time
  • Charge Time: 3 hours
  • Text to speech (TTS)
  • Automatic volume adjustment (AGC)
  • Lithium Ion battery
  • Installs on virtually any helmet
  • Waterproof IP67 approved and completely protected against the effects of temporary immersion and dust
  • Weight: 55 grams


  • 1-Interphone F5MC module
  • 1-3M adhesive slide support
  • 1-Clamp mount
  • 1-Stereo headsets with detachable speaker connector
  • 1-Detachable Boom Microphones
  • 1-Detachable Soft Wire Microphones (Full face helmets only)
  • 1-USB to 2.5mm cable for mobile charging
  • 1-USB cable (for charging and software upgrades)
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Bluetooth = no wires 8) I decided to get this after researching a lot of other communication devices. One of the big selling points to me ( which I have not been able to test for myself yet) was if a rider rides out of range it will auto connect! Other ones make you stop and reconnect each rider again ( what a pain that would be) I am used to the chatterbox and it always worked fine but I had to have wires connected to my music device and my helmet so it made it a little cumbersome to use. With this one it is great! Just make sure your phone is on Bluetooth before you turn on the headset. If you have the handle bar remote ( I do ) then move it around to make sure it's on also before you turn on headset. I have not had any issues connecting to phone or remote. The voice help is very nice no guessing where you are in the menu. There is a lot of features I have not messed with yet but for taking a call or listening to music it is great! Battery life is great as well and easy to charge. October 29, 2015
Works great made in my homeland After careful deliberation I decided the waterproof option was best for my bt set up. I ride enduro and I fall off my bike often offroad because I try to push my limits and the design is sturdy enough not to break and comfortable enough not to mess with my focus. Also it's made in the philippines and grew up and visit all the time so I was pretty stoked about that. October 20, 2015
Works well, lasts long I've been using this mainly for music with my phone. System works pretty well, the interface is easy and after a couple second delay after selecting an option like music streaming it will tell you the options with it and how to do them, so you don't need a manual. Battery lasts a good while too, I've used it with my commuting and after two weeks of using it everyday I had only drained the batter to medium level. I'd say a solid 8 hours of run time (though I haven't tested that), and the battery stays charged for a long time if you have long breaks in when you're riding. Complaints: though it gets all the other stations real well, it has trouble with the one I like. Turning it off could be just slightly quicker. Other than those minor complaints it's been a great investment, so much nicer than having to wire in my speakers each time. August 24, 2015
Easy linkability, a snap to set up and clear. As I was shopping or the Sena 20 and saw all the neg. reviews on that I figured I would do some research. I sure don't want to be a test subject so I looked at the hands on review for a company I never even heard of. I came across a few and read the WebBike World one on the Interphone F5. Spot on! The radio function works well, the bluetooth is easy to connect, I have tried the phone once and the recipient couldn't tell I was riding. I have yet to use it as a Com but I am sure it works just as good. The speakers are quite loud even in not so quiet Scorpion helmet. The voice for Android works well. And it links to my 550zumo and phone. In my eyes well bought. August 24, 2015
Good comm system I have had this for a little over a year now and am quite impressed with it. It is simple to use and does everything well. If I had to have a complaint, I would say the buttons can sometimes be hard to use and don't give a lot of feedback. I have several friends with these and all are very satisfied. August 9, 2015
Works just like it should Didn't know what to expect but it works great even better then I thought it would July 22, 2015
Good Product can't wait for the F7. Something that gets better with time. So use it. Get out and Ride. June 29, 2015
Easy to Use and great features So easy to use. Sound quality is excellent. Just remember to do the software update it resolved a problem with the FM receiver. June 29, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Deanne Z: this is for a Christmas gift and I let my son pick out what he wanted. He thought this one was the most versatile. Nov 3, 2015
Reyadh R: Recommend Oct 24, 2015
Andrew J: Good reviews. Oct 18, 2015
Suzanne W: Traveling on long trip soon Sep 2, 2015
Morad T: Thanks to the information on Anthony's video. Aug 9, 2015
Jeff P: Getting ready for a ride with a new group up around the great lakes and 4 of the 5 all had the Interphone product. Thought it best to use what the group was using had no real preference to a brand or features. Will see how it works out. Jul 27, 2015
Jeremy F: Tough decision... I went back and forth between this, the UClear HBC200 and the Scala Q3 (and the Q1 but there was processing time and I needed it next week). The F5MC seems to afford me the capabilities to do what I want now (phone, gps, music) with the option to expand later if I meet other riders with comms. Jul 17, 2015
Joseph B: Updating a 5+ year old Cardo unit, like the voice command and the headset kit for Shoei Jul 10, 2015
Richard L: Has a custom fit speaker/mike for Shoei helmets. Also supports FM reception. Jul 3, 2015
W H: The Interphone main unit has all the features of best of SENA and Cardo, etc units...plus...and because...it's waterproof, has FM and I can plug my iPod with 27000 tunes directly into it. As it stands I hope to put it in a Kabuto Avand II. If I decide to purchase the Shoei J-Cruise I've also ordered instead, I will upgrade (what I expect to be) the already good F5MC unit by adding the Shoei specific headset kit. Jul 1, 2015
Mark B: I ride with several others who have Interphone and am replacing my F4. Jun 30, 2015
Stephen H: After a lot of research online it seemed the best choice. I needed something waterproof, so the Sena 20s was out. Lost a couple neat features but I'd rather have something I don't have to worry about in the west-coast rain. The F5 also has a speaker upgrade. Text to speech also seems very handy. May 28, 2015
steven w: Seemed like the reviews had the speaker more clear and louder than the Sena H20 May 23, 2015
James B: I chose this intercom because I ride year round in Washington and need a reliable unit. This one one based upon reading/research here. May 19, 2015
Jason D: I wanted a headset that had a clean sound with great battery life and the ability to speak to most if not all other headsets for group rides. Everything that I have come across leads me to believe this will suit all my needs nicely. Apr 11, 2015
Ryan C: My friends all have one and love theirs, so I felt good about the purchase. Mar 9, 2015
Kevin M: Usability looks good and reviews were high Feb 28, 2015
Eric G: Reviews very good Feb 18, 2015
Jason P: Best value in helmet bluetooth. Great features, easy to use. Honestly the best purchase I've made for my bike! Jan 30, 2015
D A: I have been using the previous F4 for a couple of years now and I have issues with the wiring, so time to replace. The F5 also ahs FM radio which I think is neat. The Interphone headsets, imo are awesome .... and very good companions on the open road. Nov 30, 2014
Tim R: The only Bluetooth that's completely WATERPROOF
Perfect for ADV Riding
Nov 21, 2014
MICHAEL S: it had fm Oct 9, 2014
joseph b: I broke one of my F5s. This is a replacement and an upgrade. I want to try out intercom with other brands. I like F5s. I've been using interphone intercoms since day one. These are the standard that all others are based on. There will be newer - better- units in the future. but interphone will be writing the book. Sep 7, 2014
Joseph P: I've used the Interphone now for about 700 miles and love the FM and music streaming (from my android) feature. Also, it comes in handy when I use my Android's Google Map program which interrupts the music whenever there is a turn by turn needed. Works very slick. Aug 6, 2014
Ryan C: Ready to pull the trigger on my first bluetooth comm. Jul 21, 2014
Brian J C: Already have one and wanted to add another. I will use this as my primary as it has the Allcom feature Jul 11, 2014
John K: After extensive research, the Interphone F5MC seemed like the best fit for my needs. May 27, 2014
David J: TTS. May 14, 2014
Paul B: Latest and greatest.
Have had INTERPHONE headsets for past 10 years.

Revzilla has great price.
May 5, 2014
Chang L: Wanted to try and see what money can buy~ Apr 21, 2014
Jeffrey M asked: Will this work with interphones F5 handlebar remote? Aug 4, 2014
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benchmark h: Yes this works with the Interphone handlebar remote Aug 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does it fit in a shark speed-r? Sep 26, 2015
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Christopher R: I don't know about the helmet you are referring to but I installed it in a Shoei Hornet 2. I had to not use the little Velcro bags the speakers fit into and put my own Velcro for the auto parts store on the actual speakers and mount in the ear pockets. On my cheaper LS 2 helmet? I took a razor knife and cut out the styrofoam to make the pocket deeper. My Honds CB500x is pretty quiet and I actually run the volume at about half. The FM signals are not too good but the phone and music streaming for my iPhone work excellent. The battery after an 11 hr ride was still medium , so a long weekend should be fine. I would buy again. Sep 26, 2015
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George M: I can not tell yoou how well it fits for the Shark Speed-R; I am using a HJC-IS Max. The outside mount of the unit fits well on my helmet and is rather snug, I've not had any problems with it dislodging. The speakers fit inside my ear wells and I did not have to do any modifications to the helmet. The speaker fits well in the chin bar and my helmet already had a piece of Velcro there so I did not have to do any modifications there as well. Overall the unit works well and I believe that it has enough flexibility built in that it would fit many other other brands. Sep 29, 2015
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Stuart P: I don't know for sure but there is no reason it wouldn't. The unit stick to the outside with adhesive and the headphones use Velcro. If you have more than one helmet it clips on and off of the base that is affixed to the helmet. Sep 29, 2015
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Sohrab K: Yes, it fits quite nicely. Sep 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does it fit in a shark speed-r? Sep 26, 2015
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Steve T: I mounted my interphone to my ICON variant helmet using the the provided bracket that sticks to your helmet with provided adhesive backing. This has worked very well. I Would have rather used the provided bracket that screws together however it would not fit my helmet. Bottom line this unit will work on any helmet and they provide you with all the hardware to make it work no matter what style helmet your using. Sep 29, 2015
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Brett S: I do not have a shark helmet

But I can tell you that the mount is designed to fit almost any type of helmet with ease
I have a shone full face and it was able to clamp on no problem and my wife has a harley half shell helmet and I installed it on it with no problem

I really like the interphone and their customer service is excellent also just like rev zilla

Sep 26, 2015
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moises a: Yes but I recommend using adhesive mount. Sep 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: I've read in another review that this product works well - maybe better than all competitors - with an open-face or 3/4 helmet; can anyone comment on that? Mar 29, 2015
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benchmark h: Yes the noise cancellation in my opinion is the best from the units I have used, especially for open face helmets Aug 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of Scala G9x bluetooth headsets. Will the F5MC work as a 3-way conference unit with them? Jul 14, 2014
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Scott S: It supports "Anycom" and Scala is mentioned although not the specific model. Aug 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: How well can you hear the speakers with loud pipes? May 26, 2015
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john W: I have severe hearing loss and, like you I was unable to hear conversation with the stock speakers. I ride a harley with long shot pipes and could not hear what the British lady in my interphone was telling me to do.
I purchased a set of pro sound speakers that are custom made for my shoei j cruise helmet. I can now hear very well at about 3/4 volume without my hearing aids. Although the purchase of the new speakers and the helmet was expensive, it completely resolved my problem and I am glad I made the investment. Our group takes long multi state rides and being able to hear has caused us to avoid a few near misses when people in cages do stupid things.
May 27, 2015
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David J: Depends On how fast you're going. I have a Honda Superhawk with Staintunes and no baffles. It's loud. I can hear them ok up to about 35mph. After that I can't hear them well enough. It's my one complaint with it actually. Everything else about it is top notch but it's so quiet. My buddy has a SMH10 and let me borrow it to compare. It's WAY louder than the Interphone. In every other way, I prefer the Interphone though. Just wish I could hear it. I believe they have high output speakers available as an add-on, but I don't know how much better they make it. May 26, 2015
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Brady E: I ride stock pipes on my fz-09 (not loud). from my perspective it is the helmet that matters. get the best quietest one you can buy.
The set goes louder than I can stand. I do like the profile of the speakers the best. They are very thin and produce great sound.

I have had mine for a while and use it all the time.
May 28, 2015
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Stuart P: As long as the speakers are placed directly over the ears I can hear just fine. I listen to music and answer phone calls with no problems while wearing ear protection (foam ear plugs) . I ride a 1990 FLST with short pipes. May 26, 2015
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Kilus W: I have a very loud V&H 2 into 1 on my HD Vrod Muscle. I have no issues with volume, but I don't get enough bass out of the speakers. That said, I get more bass and better sound than I did with my Sena. Just MHO. May 31, 2015
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David T: The problem is not you being able to hear but the person you are talking to can hear your pipes! That being said- I love this product! Quiet your pipes. May 27, 2015
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Todd B asked: I understand that the main unit is removable with the clamp mount. Is it also removable with the sticky mount? Oct 13, 2015
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Richard F: It is. The unit snaps into a holder that is held by either the sticky or screw mount. Oct 13, 2015
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Jim L: Yes Todd with the sticky mount it is also removable. The plug has a horizontal slot that locks the plug into the unit and then the unit itself has 2 vertical slot that is held in place by the push tab to release it. Oct 14, 2015
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Wayne C: Yes, the base attaches to helmet either with clamp or adhesive but stays in place. The unit then attaches to the base in a removable manner. Oct 14, 2015
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Will E: Yes, it is removable from the sticky mount as well. The sticky mount however does not appear to be reusable on a different helmet. Oct 17, 2015
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lynn g: I've never tried it personally, but I would assume so. Oct 13, 2015
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steven w asked: How do you adjust the volume when riding? May 30, 2015
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Brady E: primary used for music streaming. Never had a problem with volume or clarity. Good stereo sound. I like the ATT mute when other "notices" from my phone interrupt the music. Voice activated features don't seem to work well--uses the phone's software. Not something I care about. Voice answer works every time, however. Jun 12, 2015
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Kilus W: Steven, the volume is solid, but lacks bass. Generally, this is not a problem for me, as I use this unit mostly for phone and rider to rider/passenger conversations. I use earphones for my music. I hope that helps. May 31, 2015
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N E: Steven, I actually got it wrong. It is the plus minus buttons (front and back, versus to and bottom). Pretty easy to adjust, even with gloves on. May 31, 2015
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Keith R: Using the + and - buttons. The buttons are a little awkward to find with gloves on at first, but it gets easier with practice. May 30, 2015
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N E: Top toggle button to increase volume, bottom toggle to decrease. May 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Has anyone had issues with the speakers? I use the stock speakers and it seems I have to turn them really loud when riding at 50-60mph. On top of that, the highs and treble are so piercing that the sound is unbearable. Any suggestions?! Anyone else experiencing this issue?! So far, on all the reviews, people rave about the sound quality but I can't hear them unless they are really loud and at the level I need to hear them at, the treble is piercing. Nov 1, 2015
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Christopher R: I ride a Honda CB500x and its a quiet bike and my helmet is a Shoei Hornet 2. I had to mount the speakers without the fabric pouches using double sided foam tape. At times I have to turn my volume down due to its too loud. Im using Blue tooth and an Iphone 6 for my tunes. Nov 3, 2015
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Brett S: I have only used this with my full face helmet and I don't have any problems with sound quality I ride a Harley with loud pipes my wife can hear also. We have noticed when riding tandem that she picks up a lot of sound echo from the exhaust thru her boom mic. Nov 12, 2015
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George M: I've not had any problems with the sound quality with this product, and I use the stock speakers. Mine are attached to a full face HJC and I may have to adjust them to the background noise level but they they have a good sound quality to them. Nov 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: My mates have Scarla Q3 and I have interphone F5MC
Will they talk together ????? I can't get them to communicate !!
Aug 5, 2015
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Stuart P: Sorry for the late response, I have been out of town. I have not tried to pair my F5MC with another interphone of any type. I use it to answer phone calls and listen to music while riding. Aug 16, 2015
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David T: I use the any com mode and have been able to pair with a sena as well as other interphone -- it should pair with any bluetooth communicator! Aug 6, 2015
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john W: It should. I have used mine and talked to a sena and it worked just fine. Just follow the instructions and have the scala in discovery mode. Aug 5, 2015
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Daniel S asked: Can auxiliary 3.5 mm jack be used for ear buds? Mar 10, 2015
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john W: No because the left earphone and microphone share the same wire out of the plug.. The connection is made from the plug to the left speaker, then another wire comes out of the left speaker to the microphone. If you look at the unit online, my description will make more since to you.
I needed more volume because I am hearing impaired, so I upgraded my speakers to the kit that custom fits certain helmets. While it was pricey, it was money well spent.
Hope this helps. John
Mar 10, 2015
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Stuart P: No, the port for the speakers is much smaller than the traditional 3.5 mm jack. The speakers that come with the F5MC are ok but you need to make sure they are as close to your ears as possible. Wind noise or if your motorcycle is loud will make very hard to hear them even at full volume. Mar 10, 2015
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David T: I don't think so but they do sell earbuds that replace the speakers! Btw-- I love mine! Mar 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: will the Interphone F5 fit a Nolan N 104? Nov 12, 2015
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Brett S: I would say yes it will I have it on a Shoei and a Harley helmet the mounting bracket has 2 screws that adjust to open and clamp on most any helmet.
I used mine last weekend and I love it great battery life and good sound quality
Nov 12, 2015
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Steve T: The unit comes with enough hardware that you can make it work with any still helmet or brand Nov 12, 2015
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John C asked: I see the unit streams music from your phone but it is unclear reading the manual whether that means MP3s on your phone or streaming services such as spotify. I stopped buying music ages okay and only use spotify for my music needs. Anyone use streaming services with your Interphone, specifically spotify? How does it work? is it difficult to maneuver through spotify's options? Oct 18, 2015
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I do not use Spotify or any other streaming service, but it seamlessly connects with my Iphone, and I would assume it should work because if your phone is receiving streamed music all this does is deliver it to your unit in the helmet. I hope this answers your query
Oct 21, 2015
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Brett S: if your phone is Bluetooth it will sync and play what ever is playing on your phone. I sync it to my phone and play ITunes stored music and receive phone calls and can switch back and fourth on the fly Nov 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can I pair my iphone and my GPS to this at the same time? Jan 25, 2015
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Andres M: Yes you can ! I have an Iphone 5 and a Garmin Zumo 390 and they pair at the same time with no problem. Jan 25, 2015
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Ryan F: If its the gps on the iphone then yes Jan 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: I paramotor and I wish to have a device I can use to make phone calls whilst in flight and communicate with other pilots,will this device do the job and how exactly will I be able to communicate with my other pilots? Sep 18, 2014
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Daniel I: If other pilots are with in range you can pair up six interphones. You can also use it to call other people using your cell phone and it will go through this device. Oct 1, 2014
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David T: If you have a cell signal you should be able to call other phones! The intercom probably does not have the range you need! Oct 19, 2014
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Peter S asked: How many non-interphone units will this connect with. They say anycom but if I am the only one with interphone in a sea of sena users will I be able to talk to them? Aug 31, 2014
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Shane B: Every one i ride with has an F5, but all the people say yes it works well with other head sets/helmet com systems. Aug 31, 2014
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Shilpa R: Yes you will be able to talk to them . Aug 31, 2014
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A S: Can this be done as a group or as one by one conversation? My budy and I may buy the twin pack and we are not shure if we could speak as a group(chat like) whit others non interphone users. Aug 6, 2015
Robert H asked: Anthony mentioned in one of the bluetooth communicator reviews that there was a preferred communicator set for ADV riding. I did some digging but couldn't find what he was referring to. Any ideas? Oct 5, 2015
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Michael P: I imagine this one would be great for any style of riding. The main reason I purchased this one was because I needed one that was easy to hear and universal for any helmet. My motorcycle is really loud. I have short headers so it is hard to even hear my passenger even at idle. I mainly use the headset link to my Garmin GPS. I can hear it even at interstate speeds. It works well with phone calls and links to most other communicators. I love how every button you press, a voice tells you what you have done. Kind of like the accessibility option on phones and computers. There are different options for the speakers and microphone. I used the sticky microphone. I believe you will be very happy with this purchase. I would use it on anything I ride with a helmet. Oct 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: is there a phone app for this kit? Aug 7, 2015
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Greg G: My F5MC works fine with my Iphone via a Bluetooth connection. I also run a handlebar mounted Interphone hands free kit, also Bluetooth. Have not tried other phones though. Aug 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at upgrading my communication system...is there a side by side comparison between the Interphone F5MC and the Sena 20S? Or, how do they compare in your estimation?
Apr 30, 2015
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Ryan H: The Interphone F5MC is the only helmet comunication device I've ever used. That said, I'm fairly happy with it. The call quality is pretty poor, however i mostly wanted it for music. The FM capability is what sold me on this one. Usually its loud enough, might be ok if i had a quieter bike. Apr 30, 2015
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Craig B asked: Hi. Can anyone compare this device to something like the Sena 20S? How well do they compare? Is there a clear winner of the two? Apr 5, 2015
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Kilus W: I also own the Sena F5Mc unit. This has a better sound output than that. Can't say for the 20s. May 31, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will the unit pair easily with other units, such as a Sena or a Cardo? Mar 21, 2015
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Rex M: Sorry I have not used this function. It's my understanding it's done via the phone connection. All functions I've used have worked well and would expect this to work well too.

Mar 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: When using 2 units driver and passenger can passenger listen to her phone music and I can listen to my on phone music? Mar 9, 2015
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shawn b: The two units once paired to each other can share each other's phone music. They can also act independently of each other while paired and listen to their own phone's music without interfering with the other. When you want to talk to each other you press one button and it automatically interrupts their/your music to go into Interphone mode. Both units will automatically go back to music you had playing on your phone, MP3 Player, Radio, etc., or whatever you happened to be listening to at the time when interrupted by intercom mode. Hope this helps Mar 12, 2015
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Jim W asked: Did anybody switch to this from the Sena SMH10? How do they compare? My SMH10 is showing signs of, well, slowing down. Its not dead yet, but soon.. Oct 6, 2014
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David T: Jim,I can't tell you how they compare since I only have the interphone. But the interphone does everything I need it to do ! I am impressed with the sound quality even at 60 mph. People that call me can't tell I'm on the bike! I would buy it again! Oct 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you use the auxiliary 3.5 mm jack to connect a 2 way radio for longer distance communication options? Or is the 3.5 jack for audio input only? Aug 3, 2014
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David M: the aux line jack only utilizes speaker input. there isn't any mic jack interface. Aug 5, 2014
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john W asked: Can it be charged with the coiled input wire with the small jacks connected to a iphones speaker jack to the input jack, or will this fry the unit? I want to charge it while riding because it goes dead after 12 hours or 500 mile trips Sep 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi have a F5MC and am trying to pair it to my Harley Boom Box model 6.5 am not having any luck boom box "sees" FM5 asks to pair I put in code but no go. any Ideas? Jul 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can this headset pair with scala rider?
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Mar 23, 2015
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