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Nolan N-Com B1 Bluetooth Kit for N104 and N44 Helmets
The Nolan N-Com B1 Kit is an entry-level Bluetooth communication kit. It includes both the headset and the Bluetooth unit in one easy-to-install system for one (Single Unit) or two helmets (Twin Pack). The N-Com B1 is optimized for one rider or for a couple riding on one motorcycle, as the distance for helmet-to-helmet communication is limited to 150 feet.
Management from PC via USB wire (included)
Adjustment of audio parameters
Telephone via Bluetooth: answering, hanging up, voice commands, re-dialling the last number (for telephones that allow it), intercom/phone automatic management
Automatic exclusion of intercom and of the connected audio source during a telephone conversation. Automatic reconnection at the end of the phone call
Conference Call function (activated upon request): 3-way telephone call between Rider, Passenger and caller
Rider/Passenger intercom via Bluetooth
A2DP MP3 Bluetooth player: Play, Pause, Stop, Skip directly from the helmet (AVRCP profile)
Satellite navigator via Bluetooth: directions, MP3 music, mobile phone (for models that allow it)
GPS Conference function (activated upon request): Rider/Passenger intercom active while the GPS is giving instructions
Cable connection to MP3 players (connecting cable sold separately)
Compatible via Bluetooth with all Bluetooth communication systems of the N-Com and MULTI lines
Certificates: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, class 1
Type-approvals: FCC, IC, CE, C-tick
Bluetooth profiles: Headset, Handsfree, A2DP, AVRCP, Intercom
Full duplex intercom
High quality audio hi-fi stereo
Perfectly integrated in the Nolan N104 helmets
Can be transferred from one Nolan N104 helmet to another
AUX input for cable connection to audio sources (with 3.5 mm connector)
USB connection cable for PC management included in the packaging
Nolan N-Com B1 for N104/N44 Helmets
After two years of research about what type and manufacture helmet to update to, probably the most confusing and time consuming part was determining to buy the N-Com system or stay with my Sena SMH5 system. I drive a 2012 BMW R1200RT which has the BMW Navigator IV GPS, which I link to the Sena system at the same time link to my iPhone 5S for phone and music. My wife, who rides with me, and I also are able to talk to each other via the system. When I purchase the N-Com system it became apparent I had to sacrifice features to get the integrated installation and look the N-Com system provided. I have opted to give up trying to link my GPS and rely on the visual routing information when I use it. I have more value for having my iPhone 5S linked.
I also discovered that I cannot update the N-Com system using my MAC as it only supports Windows, this is a big oversight as the MAC platform is a mainstream product.
Nolan, if your listening, please update your product features to those of your competition.
March 24, 2014
If you are looking for a communication system that is easy to install and operate you can't go past this one.
I had Scala Rider on our old helmets and noticed that the sound quality on the Ncom if far superior.
Pairing to TOMTOM Rider V2 and mobile phones was a very easy process.
I live in Australia and it was delivered to my door in less than a week.
The charger is 240/110V so there is no problems with 240v supply here in Australia.
December 24, 2013
Works great so far
If you're not getting any music through the B1 you must push the up button for 2 seconds to activate the music. I had some trouble getting music to play through initially. I thought that connecting the bluetooth had the same effect as plugging in a cord. This is not the case. There are two modes, a phone mode and music mode. To activate music mode you must hold down the up button for 2 seconds, you must do this everytime.
It takes some time to learn all the commands but its as good as it is going to get with three buttons. You don't really want any more buttons than that anyhow... youre on a motorcycle.
On my Android I was unable to get the headset to make an outgoing call, though this may be an android problem.
People don't know that I'm on a motorcycle, that is the quality of the call. The music is average, nothing great, no bass, you'll have to boost it with EQ. The highs are pronounced. But i hope you're not buying this for that anyway.
The battery life is dope. I rode 7 hours straight with a 1 hour phone call and music on the entire time.
Nice part is that it is integrated seamlessly into the N44.
November 30, 2013
The user instructions aren't easy to understand. It took a bit of time on you-tube to get the basics. It'll take some practice and practical use to fully appreciate the features.
August 12, 2013
Great value and easy to install and use
I purchased this item and had it shipped to Australia. Quick delivery and great value. I had both of the units installed in 15 minutes and operating in about 5 minutes after charging. I have tried all features of the unit and can't fault it at all. Very sleek in comparison to others on the market. Very happy with my choice
July 8, 2013
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Glen J:I did not have any trouble with rain. I doubt it would like being soaked as the circuitry in the helmet is exposed. I did not like the overall performance and so I abandoned the Nolan com for the Sena SMH-10, which is also rain proof but not likely waterproof.Oct 21, 2013
A shopper asked:After installation, the blue tooth functions well with the phone calls and radio BUT does not broadcast the instructions from my Droid's "Navigation." What did I do wrong - or is this normal for this item....?Aug 9, 2013
David S:The first couple of times plugging the charge cord into the helmet , can be a little frustrating . Once plugged in, your fully charged in a few hours ,
Take the time and read the instruction manual for your system . Jan 12, 2014
Mick C:I compared the b1 and b4 before purchasing the b1 dual set. For value for money when looking for two there was no choice to be made. The b1 has been exceptional. The clarity between myself and my pillion is great and works well at speed. The telephone function is exceptional as is the music from my iPhone. It was easy to sync to the iPhone taking about 30 seconds. The battery life so far has been about 8 hours of trips without going flat. They're easy to install with the help of the video at revzilla. The only reason why I would buy the b4 is if I was after one set and wanted to communicate with other riders at a greater distance. I would say I get about 40 meters but not much more. Hope this helps.Sep 18, 2013