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Interphone F5 MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom - Twin Pack

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 out of and back into range. Song Sharing allows the rider and passenger to listen to the same music from a single MP3 audio source.

Up to 6 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.

Features:

  • Pairs in full duplex with up to 5 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)

Specifications:

  • 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

Included:

  • 2-Interphone F5MC module
  • 2-3M adhesive slide support
  • 2-Clamp mount
  • 2-Stereo headsets with detachable speaker connector
  • 2-Detachable Boom Microphones
  • 2-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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Interphone F5MC Stereo Bluetooth Intercom - Twin Pack 4.3 5 15 15
Works great so far, Only had it for about 3 weeks Bought the F5MC twin pack, split it with a friend. I mounted mine in a HJC CL-MAX 2 (it's a modular helmet). He mounted his in a harley davidson modular helmet (I don't know the model). So far it seems to be working good. We've only used the intercom bike to bike once or twice seemed ok, second time there was some distance between us (maybe like .4 or .5 mile) and there was some like static but it still worked. I've used mine mainly for pandora streaming from my phone. I have yet to run it dead. I used it for 9 hrs of straight music streaming then some off and on use after that before charging. I have made a few phone calls and could barley hear the person I was talking to,. The person I was talking to said that I sounded like I was in nascar. I haven't messed with the settings much, it's currently set for a full face helmet. The FM radio works great as long as you have a good signal. I will just keep to the music streaming as much as possible. The audio quality is ok, don't know what you really expect from a set of headphone speakers. The pair kit comes with 1 charging cable that charges both units at the same time and 1 cable to update the firmware. You can use the firmware cable to charge, which is what I do. All in all I like mine. I reall like the spoken menu. It takes some getting used to figure out how to work it but after you get it figured out it's really quite simple. My only complaint (not the F5MC`S fault) is that now that the speakers are in my hemlet it puts pressure on my ears and they start hurting after about 2 hrs. July 21, 2015
Great Value Easy Use I had some requirements going into buying a bluetooth com system. Long standby time / Long talk time / Internal battery / Connects to other makes / Ease of use / Waterproof. All of those things are Pros with these units. It also allows me to use Siri to text and to call. I haven't tried a lot of the other functions but the ones that I have tried have all worked as advertised. There are only two Cons worth noting, and they would not prevent me from making the same purchase again. Con 1. The breath screens on the mics are rather thick so if you already fill up your helmet with your head, be prepared to have this pressing into your face/mouth all the time. It does tend to effect the sound quality at speed if there is also a wind blowing. Con 2. The charging cord that comes with the units requires you to put your helmets next to the computer for 3 hours to charge up from low battery. You can't take the units off the helmets to charge because the charge cord uses the earphone input to patch through to the units themselves. I bought the travel charger. That plugs directly into the units so you can just slide them off the mounts (VERY easy to do) and charge them from the wall. July 13, 2015
It's not really bang for the buck, it's a notch above that. I was driving at 90 mph when I heard my phone ring so I slow down until I was able to have and understand our conversation (Helmet brand is Lazer Monaco). I slowed down to 50 mph. Yes sir I am impress with the F5MC. Pairing is very easy. Intercom is great. July 8, 2015
Best of the Best Looks cool, sounds cool and that fact that it tried to reconnect once you come back into range of each other is just awesome! Check out the piccie! L. July 6, 2015
Very good audio, works well! I have not yet used many of the advanced features of this product and cannot comment there. I use this for 2 things, intercom with my wife who rides separately, and music streaming/sharing. These work extremely well! Examples: 1. I was on intercom and had to pull over to fix my jacket. My wife and I were separated by around a mile before our ability to intercom started breaking up and quit. That was not on a Kansas plain where I could still see her. It was real world riding on a twisty mountain highway. The auto reconnect worked flawlessly, as I started to catch up to her and we got back in range, no action was needed on my part to reconnect. 2. Music streaming works flawlessly with my iPhone. I wear a full face helmet with earplugs, and ride a street triple (so no fairing wind protection), and the music gets LOUD. I keep my phone around half volume with this setup, for normal music listening. Full volume is too loud for me and would actually hurt my ears. 3. Music sharing. It's easy for me to share my music with my wife on her bike. On our recent trip I shared podcasts with her. It was very entertaining as we could listen to the podcast, then interrupt with the push of the intercom button to talk about something in the podcast we felt was interesting. It helped keep us both very sharp after hours on the road. Negatives: 1. The voice menu annoys me. I think all voice menus would annoy me, so I don't see a way of improving this easily. It's just a fact of owning a BT headset I guess. 2. Occasionally connection issues have occurred and we both need to reboot our headsets in order to connect. What happens is that one of us can hear the other, but not vice versa. Now that we know, its a simple fix. This also only appears to happen on the initial connection, so once we're on the road this has not been an issue. 3. Powering off, you have to hold the button for supposedly 5 seconds. It feels like 20 when you're just getting off your bike. I'm not sure why this has to be so long considering other button presses are no more than a tap or a 1 second "long press". It's not a big deal, but it is annoying. June 29, 2015
Finally something that works. My wife and both ride and take many long road trips together. We have looked into and even purchased several comm items in an attempt to be able to talk just here and there on the road. This f5 comm kit is the first that satisfied all our needs. It is easy to install. Works consistently well. Comm are clear even in the wind. Neither of us have had issues using them. Best of all is the battery life. We've spent eight hour days using them off and on and still had the battery life left to use them all day the next day. If I had to neg this item it would be some crackle and pop at higher speeds but still acceptable. June 22, 2015
Not what I had hoped I have a fairly quite helmet (Schuberth C3PRO) and have a hard time hearing my wife. she cant hear me at all. At speed I cant hear the left earpiece. June 10, 2015
Easy to install but can't hear with a 3/4 helmet I bought these because I liked the idea of being able to connect to other systems. I installed them in a flip-face helmet and a 3/4 helmet. At a stop sign or without the motor running. They worked as advertised. However, it is extremely difficult to hear from the 3/4 helmet probably because of the increased road noise. I could hear from the flip-faced helmet. If a 3/4 helmet is your style, save your money and don't buy this system or buy a full faced helmet. I must say that when I did make a phone call with the 3/4 helmet at 60 MPH on a V-twin, my friend couldn't tell that I was on a motorcycle. I just had to have him repeat that statement several times because I couldn't hear him. June 7, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
S E: I have owned the Interphone F4 for quite a few years and have loved it. Jul 8, 2015
Kevin W: friends and Reviews Jul 2, 2015
Paul Y: After watching your comparison video on You Tube I chose the Interphone.
Your comparison videos are by far the best. Anytime I look to buy something I always check your sight.
Thank you.
Jun 30, 2015
Christopher S: Good reviews and the video review. Jun 3, 2015
Joaquín Alfonso V: i make a lot of search and this allows me to connect to my phone, to my wife and to my VHF/UHF radio equip AT THE SAME TIME!! May 15, 2015
Marty M: It links up with other systems and has a low profile. I don't care for the shape of it however. May 12, 2015
David M: I had the Blueant Interphones in the past years. They eventually succumbed to time (years). I've enjoyed the reliability and function of those older units. I expect to get another 8 years out of these. Waterproof is important consideration. Jul 28, 2014
Scott S: A friend and his wife have a pair of Interphone F5 headsets and my wife and I are going to take a week long trip with them, and we all want to be able to talk with each other. Jul 21, 2014
Luciano M: The waterproof feature was the tilting point between this and Sena 20s. I want the best features with very high durability. I live in the north west and ride year round. Jul 21, 2014
Ron R: because of the features Jul 3, 2014
Lonnie B: Research on the internet and past experience with the brand Jun 10, 2014
David M: Research and reviews seams durable easy to install and use May 12, 2014
A shopper asked: Hi! How does it switch from music sharing to intercom? Does the voice come on over the music, or does the music cut off? And if the latter is the case, does the music restart automatically (and after how long a delay from last spoken words) or do you have to press a button? Thanks! Jul 21, 2014
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Scott S: The F5 is either in music mode or Intercom mode, the manual says nothing about both working at once and I never tried. When in intercom, it disconnected when a phone call comes in. It is my understanding that you are either in radio, music, intercom, or standby mode nor 2 at once.

I just got a pair of F5MC to replace the pair of F5s. I was having trouble with the battery charge. Since getting the F5MCs I figured out I actually had bad charger because the new one will make the F5s work as before.
Anyway, they are brand new so I haven't even used them off of my desk yet.
The manual described the music sharing mode, but even that says nothing about intercom at the same time.

Again, I haven't tried but I think that when the intercom is connected that there is no background music. So when you have the music on, it requires at least a button click to connect the intercom to talk, then a button click to disconnect it and go back to music.

I'm on a multiday ride next week so I'll try to test this out, and if I'm wrong above will come back and re-comment.
Aug 6, 2014
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David M: pressing the center button will while in music sharing will automatically place it into intercoms mode. the voice over menu speaks the mode it was switched into. music is not simultaneously in the speaker, user switches between two separate modes. So... after talking in intercom, user then presses button to switch back into a music share mode. Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: As I understand it,you have to manually switch from music mode to intercom mode to talk to a fellow rider! So how do you know when you have an incoming message from another rider? Does it alert you somehow? Sep 3, 2014
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Jeffrey M: Yes, it will give you an aural alert that the other rider is about to connect to your interphone. A few seconds later you will be connected with them and your music will automatically stop. All you have to do to enable the interphone is tap the large center button. Then to disconnect you tap it again. Sep 3, 2014
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Pierre B: If another rider tries to connect to you, it will stop your music and the intercom becomes active. Sep 3, 2014
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Chuck G: The system will say intercom connect when a rider is wanting to talk with you. Sep 3, 2014
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David S: I do not have a manual switch, but when I'm listening to music and a phone call comes in the device alerts me. When I'm connected to another rider, I cannot seem to use the other functions. I tried to update the device, but was unsuccessful. Will try to update the device again to see if it resolves the problem. Sep 3, 2014
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Paul O: Have not yet set system up so can not help as yet.
Cheers
Paul
Sep 3, 2014
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thomas m asked: im looking for Bluetooth device but im torn between the sena 20s and the f5mc. any thoughts ? Dec 10, 2014
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Lonnie B: I purchased these just before we went to the colorado HOG Ralley it was the best thing I have done my wife loves it she can listen to her music and we can chat much easier and safer as we ride now the ability to connect to other Bluetooth devices is great as some of our riding partners use different devices "they paired right up no issues or problems the one thing that did happen was I dropped my helmet and broke one of the small wires as I tried to catch it but I sent it back and it was fixed and returned no hassle
Lonnie Baker
Dec 10, 2014
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Daniel R: F5MC was very clear and had a good range for me and my riding buddy, The Bluetooth to my cell phone was great for calls while on the road. Dec 16, 2014
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Guillermo S: The interphones are very easy to use very easy ro set up and very easy to install and they work great Dec 15, 2014
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Guillermo S: The interphones are very easy to use very easy ro set up and very easy to install and they work great Dec 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: does this come with earbuds and if not can you add them instead of speakers? Sep 26, 2014
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Scott S: t does not come with ear buds, and isn't designed to use them. I'm not sure why you'd want to have to put in ear buds and hook to the system every time you put your helmet on ... sounds like a PITA, and the speakers that it comes with are plenty loud if properly placed. Also, if you have one of the supported premium helmets, they offer a Pro Sound System (speakers and mic).

But if you really want ear buds then buy a 3.5mm audio extension cable, cut it to length desired disassemble the left hand speaker which acts as a junction box for the cables to mic and right speaker, remove the speaker and the right hand cable and solder in the 3.5mm audio jack cable in to replace them both. Then for minimal cost and just a little time you get the ear buds you want
Sep 26, 2014
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Paul A: I does come with separate speakers. They are not earbuds. They use a similar connector as a standard pair of earbuds but the connector is half the size. So you would NOT be able to use standard earbuds without finding some sort of adapter. Sep 30, 2014
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Andrew S: No ear buds nor will ear buds work with this unit. The speaker and mic are integrated. Sep 29, 2014
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Sandra L: They do not come with ear buds and yes you can add them. simply plug them in. Sep 26, 2014
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Jesse P asked: Does the twin pack contain everything the same if you were to purchase two separate units? A buddy and I are both looking to purchase this unit and just making sure we wouldn't be losing anything if we went in together to save money. Apr 20, 2015
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Erich B: With the exception of two separate charging cords (it has one usb and two charging ends) and the software update cord it come with two of everything. Apr 21, 2015
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JON H: I noticed with mine that you get one charger that is basically a USB to Interphone connector. This charges one unit at a time then you get one cord that can charge both units at one time but is slightly different ( it is basically USB to 3.5mm or smaller) with two ends. The quality is very clear and the callers don't know I am riding...no honest I am at work :) Apr 20, 2015
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Lanzieg V: 1. After installation and pairing it works great and very clear. I have not use it on a road trip yet.
2. The twin pack comes everything duplicate. Must read and follow instructions.
Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: How does this work with a half helmet. Or will it? Mar 28, 2015
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Lonnie P: We use it with full face. With the microphone set to the lowest setting, both my wife and I still pick up road noise... Passing cars, the exhaust tone from or own bike, wind. The intercom is a nuisance. But, the FM, streaming music, and phone work perfect, on a full face. Mar 29, 2015
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david l: It's a flat speaker with sticky tape on the back. So unless you have a spot to stick it where your ear is then it won't work. I've seen half helmets with ear flaps but it won't work if you can see your ears. Mar 28, 2015
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Travis H: I don't use a half helm, but i can tell you it is compatible for one. It comes with 2 types of mounting options as well as a boom mic for half helm users and a wired one for full helms. Mar 29, 2015
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A shopper asked: How does this work with a half helmet. Or will it? Mar 28, 2015
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Scott S: The mounting of the transceiver would be the same as a regular helmet.

Most half helmets have a Y shape strap that doesn't cover the ear, so it wouldn't work without creating a strap cover, effectively making the Y in the strap into an ear flap like some half helmets already have.

If the half helmet had an ear flap (natural or added) then the earphone would be velcoed to the inside of those.

On the F5 the boom mic was part of the left earphone, but on the F5MC it is 2 parts, so that may or may not be a problem.

I recommend going to a shop with a sample on the counter and looking it over.
Mar 30, 2015
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David M: The internal speakers require a surface inside the helmet to mount to optimally directly over the ear canal. To use this system on a half shell style helmet, would require a modification of some type so that the speakers could be mounted over the ear. Placing the speakers anywhere else would be non productive. Also the boom mic picks up wind noise when the helmet's face shield is elevated while riding. So it stands to reason that while in intercom mode ...in a half shell....a lot of crackling winds sounding in your ears would really suck while attempting a conversation. Mar 28, 2015
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John G: It comes with two styles of attachment, a clip that has adhesive on one side and another with two screws. I've had my adhesive one on my helmet for a while and it works great Mar 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: My friend and I want to buy the twin pack but he doesn't have a "smart phone" just an old Samsung flip, it still has blutooth though, with this unit work with non smart phones? Jul 28, 2015
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RICHARD W: I have no idea whether an individual phone will work. One thought is that you have nearly $500 worth of communications equipment with these units and it would cost less than $50 to upgrade to a smart phone, so it would be a good investment. Jul 29, 2015
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Lanzieg V: I paired my F5MC to a non smart phone with a bluetooth and yes it works. Jul 29, 2015
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A S asked: Is there a way to active Siri when using these? I know other (non-motorcycle specific) bluetooth headsets can get her attention, is this or any other helmet friendly version able to do that? Dec 12, 2014
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Geoffrey A: Yes you can. I have only used it to open streaming music and voice dial. put it in phone mode, then tap the main function button. It was easier to activate SIRI with the F4, but this one has more options. Dec 17, 2014
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Jeffrey M: yes, in phone mode, "down" triggers voice activation, which is Siri on the iPhone (unless you disabled her of course) Dec 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: hi, whats the difference between the MC model and the S model...? Jul 7, 2014
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Lonnie B: MC model will connect to many other blue tooth headsets for one some other updates as well I believe Jul 7, 2014
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Scott S: MC is just the newest version of each model, F3MC / F5MC, for 2014.
I'm not familiar with a "S" model unless you mean the single package which only has one headset instead of a matched pair.
Aug 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi would this fit onto my BellCustome 500 helmet? How easy is it to fit if it does? May 14, 2014
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swooby: It comes with both a clamp mount and double-sided-stick-tape mount. You should be able to use either to mount it near your left ear. Then use the included boom mic instead of the included stick-on mic. May 14, 2014
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Peter T: Fit into my Shoei helmet no problem - don't know about Bell. But fitting seems pretty universal to me. May 14, 2014
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George P asked: Hello all

When the two units are connected and for example the pillion interrupts my music playing (or FM), the unit does not return to music when the conversation is finished. Is it supposed to work that way? I find it quite unnecessary (and unsafe) to have to find the music menu again since I didn't even select to start a conversation in the first place.
Oct 11, 2014
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Sandra L: Can't answer this one, we don't listen to music while riding, just intercom and cell Oct 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the F5 MC and the F5 XT?
Are they weather proof?
Jul 11, 2014
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Scott S: F5XT was the 2013 model, F5MC is the 2014 model with only two significant new features: music sharing, and "Anycom" (the ability to pair with other brands) Aug 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does it work in australia on network? Jul 9, 2014
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Scott S: It is bluetooth, so works anywhere, and with any bluetooth devices.
You can get wall charger for the electric in most countries, but it doesn't come with one, instead it has one that uses a computer's USB port ... and most people have a wall plug to USB port device anyway, so good to go.
Aug 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: have been looking at upgrading my f4 to the f5mc. heard there was a compatibility issue with the f5mc and the Bmw nav 4. does anyone know if this has been resolved or does the issue still exist? Jul 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: My brother and sister in law have a Q3 set. Will this unit allow my wife and I to communicate with them when we ride together? May 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can rider and pillion hear different music, pairing the device to each their phone/player, and talk to eachother when needed? Dec 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do you the functionality of this product with the 2014 BMW R1200 RT motorcycle bluetooth interface?
Thank you,

Ed Colon
May 2, 2014
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