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Nolan N-Com B1 Bluetooth Kit for Nolan N103 / 91 /90 / 86 / 85 / 43E 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
AUX input for cable connection to audio sources (with 3.5 mm connector)
USB connection cable for PC management included in the packaging
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Nolan N-Com B1 for Nolan N103/91/90 /86/85/43E Helmets? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Bob D: I'm going on a long trip and own a Nolan 43E Trilogy helmet. My bike has speakers but with earplugs can't hear the music. The integrated sound system is the lowest impact way to get music for my trip.Apr 14, 2015
Richard B: Want to communicate with my passenger on long trips.Apr 13, 2015
BRADY I: Purchase based upon reviews of other Nolan helmet owners.Dec 16, 2014
Christopher C: Not a lot of options when you have a Nolan helmet :)Aug 4, 2014
Chris K: Have the cable version, constant problems with the input jack and sound cutting out.Jun 30, 2014
Lawrence C: Compatibility with the Nolan HelmetNov 24, 2013
J DAVID D: Direct application for my Nolan helmet. Much better than universal system.Nov 23, 2013
Christina E: We had sent you an email with questions about this product and you sent a reply in no time with all the answers to our questions. So thank you for thatNov 12, 2013
Michael F: Wanted to make sure the helmet fit first. It does perfectly, now comes the tunes!Nov 11, 2013
Marcus B: I want the clean integrated look into my Nolan N90 helmet. The non-Nolan bluetooth systems look bulky or have to be mounted outside on the side of the helmet. The Nolan helmets have cut-outs for a clean/flush install.Nov 6, 2013
John C asked:I got the B1 kits installed in our two helmets. Went in very easily. Connecting the intercom went fine, then I tried to connect my iPhone 5 running iOS 7 through Bluetooth. The phone and helmet paired immediately, but I can't get any music to play through the helmet. I can get Siri, and other phone sounds, but nothing from the music app. Anyone else run into this problem?May 17, 2014
John C asked:Does anyone know how to tell when the units are fully charged? On the units we got, there are no "red LED's " that come on and blink when you plug them in. If the units are on, the blue LED blinks all the time, so that doesn't tell you anything either. The point is, the instructions are inaccurate on that point, and I don't know how to tell when they are done charging.May 17, 2014
Joe Z:John. The batteries take quite a few hours to charge. From memory, I usually leave mine over night. However the batteries last a hell of a long time. From memory, because its been a while since I had to charge it, the light just stops flashing when ready.
Marcus B:The Nolan website has only windows compatible control software for upgrading the firmware through a PC. They even have an android app so you can adjust the unit setting remotely through the app, but no apple app or apple software. The iPhone Bluetooth does work with the Nolan and you can text via voice through Siri, stream music, use turn by turn maps, etcMay 10, 2014
Thanks Marcus. That's exactly what I have found. Although, so far Siri can't understand a word I am saying. I'll have to work on that. It will understand that I want a text sent, and select the right contact, but when I give the text or the text, it always says it doesn't understand. Not sure what that's about, but everything else is great. Only spent about three hours on the bike with it, but my wife and I are very impressed with the intercom clarity.
May 17, 2014
Marcus B:This is a complete kit, has the Bluetooth module with volume control that inserts into the side of a Nolan helmet, the speakers and a boom mic, and micro usb charger for a wall socket. Everything you need to make phone calls or stream music via Bluetooth into your helmet.Jun 18, 2014
Scott G asked:I'm considering getting this only to use bluetooth for an ipod rather than use earbuds but I really don't care about having a mic. Does anyone know if it's possible to install the unit without the mic since it appears from the reviews that it's a bit obtrusive and I won't be needing it anyway?May 7, 2015
A shopper asked:Has anyone tried the B1 with the Nolan 43E 3/4 helmet, shield down? I'm not that concerned with the intercom, but want to ensure that I can hear music while biking at 75mph. Thanks!Jun 14, 2014
Lenny K:I have this unit installed in my E43 helmet, but mine is just a stock application using bluetooth to a Zumo GPS unit. I have no experience with the FRS radio but I do believe the N-Com unit accepts a cabler as alternate connection method. The B1 works just fine and I have no problem controlling the unit with gloves on. It has plenty of volume as I hear music and GPS directions quite well over the sound of my modified stock pipes on my Softail Deluxe.Feb 12, 2014