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Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104/N44 Helmets
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Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104 and N44 Helmets

The N-Com B4 is the revolutionary new N-Com® communication system, specifically designed for the N104 and N44 helmet. The innovative installation system mounts between the helmet shell and EPS liner by simply releasing the shell sealing edge and inserting the n-com® B4 (see updated installation notes from Nolan here). Traveling by motorbike is now all the more pleasant: with B4 it is possible to communicate with 4 motorbikes up to 500 meters (in open terrain, with no obstacles), listen to the integrated FM radio, and set up the system easily with your PC from home.

General Features:

  • Management from PC via micro USB wire (included). N-Com Wizard program downloadable from the Download section. Adjustment of audio parameters, firmware update, FM radio stations pre-setting.
  • FM radio integrated with RDS: Search for radio stations, 6 pre-settings
  • Telephone via Bluetooth: answering, hanging up, voice commands, redialing 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: 3-way telephone call between Pilot, Passenger and caller
  • "Pilot/Passenger" intercom via Bluetooth
  • BIKE-TO-BIKE intercom via Bluetooth up to 800 meters (in open field, with no obstacles)
  • Intercom 4 bikes: one-to-one communication. "Bike to Bike Call" Function
  • Bluetooth connection to A2DP Mp3 players: Play, Pause, Stop, Skip directly from the helmet (AVRCP profile)
  • Connection via Bluetooth to compatible satellite navigators: directions, MP3 music, mobile phone (for models that allow it)
  • "GPS Conference" function: "Pilot/Passenger" intercom active while the GPS is giving instructions
  • Compatible via Bluetooth with all Bluetooth communication systems of the N-Com, X-Series and MULTI lines
  • Upgradable firmware

Technical Features:

  • Bluetooth profiles: Headset, Handsfree, A2DP, AVRCP, Intercom
  • Full duplex intercom
  • High quality audio hi-fi stereo
  • Perfectly integrated in the helmet
  • Noise-dampening microphone
  • 3.5mm Aux. Input for cable connection to multimedia devices: Mp3, GPS, PMR/GMRS radio, audio systems of motorcycles (cable not included)
  • Micro USB connection cable for PC management included in the packaging
  • Weight: 110 grams
  • Lithium battery, rechargeable and removable
  • Battery low indication with acoustic and visual signal, auto-off function
  • Battery charger: 100/240V – 50/60 Hz
  • Certificates: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, class 1
  • Type-approvals: FCC, IC, CE, C-tick

Please see special installation notes here.

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Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104/N44 Helmets 3.6 5 34 34
Easy to install, Great fit into helmet This was easy to install and the allen wrench was included. Liked the fact that there was a small extension wire for easy hookup. May 14, 2014
Good Compatability Excellent integration with the N-104 helmet. Bluetooth connects easily with my Garmin GPS, IPhone - phone and streaming music, and my Triumph Trophy SE. Audio quality is excellent for rider/pillion and phone communications. Good quality for music. April 6, 2014
Wouldn't buy it again The unit installs easily. I have owned for about a year and am disappointed with the performance. When changing function or stations, the "beeps" jump around and are unpredictable. Sometimes I can access my phone, sometimes not. At highway speeds, noise from my helmet makes it difficult to hear. I cannot download updates or work with the program because it is PC based & won't work with my MacBook Pro or iPad. Selection of stations is ok in the city but on highways away from urban areas it is not uncommon to get no stations at all. I have had some success with phone apps like TuneIn but reception is inconsistent. Overall, this has been more trouble than it's worth. Save your money! March 24, 2014
This Bluetooth kit is easy and has great functionality. It's great. It only has three buttons so you don't have to jumble around with controls while you're riding. It's really easy to learn to program it and even easier to switch from radio to Bluetooth music from your phone to answering a call. Has great battery length lasting almost 4 hours of nonstop playback January 6, 2014
Really Interesting I never expected the B4 to be as effective as reported. Very clear sound up to 800+ meters away. Ones paired, automatic connection eliminates the need to ask the either the phone or the B4 to connect each time. Astonishing noise deduction from surrounding wind, from the other rider (Bike to Bike) and while making a phone call. Simple to use controls, you will not feel it in the helmet, you just know it is there. January 4, 2014
The Nolan N-Com B-4 really works! This really works and easy to in stall. The clarity for voice recognition is great, clear and with no interference. The person I'm talking with can not tell I'm on my motorcycle. Controls for volume and channels are intuitive and quick to operate while in motion (Please use caution). This takes the worry out of staying in touch! October 28, 2013
Good helmet for the amount of money spent. Great helmet. Bloototh works great. Just battery doesn't hold as much as others. October 24, 2013
excellent choice again, product works as advertised. Nolan built this for the rider! October 14, 2013
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Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104/N44 Helmets
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael M: Seamless integration with new N44 helmet. Jul 16, 2014
F E: I wanted a communication system that integrated into the helmet and eliminated the bulky externally attached solutions. I own a Nolan N104 Tech helmet and look forward to installing the system this weekend. Jul 12, 2014
Jorge Cristo H: I bought the Nolan N44 Helmet and this is the bluetooth kit you guys said was the perfect match for the helmet I already own. May 21, 2014
Shannon H: I Purchased this product for a direct fit for the new Nolan N44 helmets i have just got May 3, 2014
gennaro v: electonically connected without wire Apr 17, 2014
Barry John T: Chosen because it integrates with the N-104 helmet which I am going to use for long distance travel in Australia and on a three month 'tour' through Western Europe
Purchased from Revzilla on the basis of previous experience of value for money and prompt delivery.
Mar 19, 2014
Michael L: I wanted to be able to use my phone on occasion & also wanted to be able to listen to the radio on cold windy days. This system is somewhat of a disappointment. The electronics are quirky and switching modes is sometimes difficult. Now I cannot access outgoing calls because the "beep" guide keeps jumping around. I miss being able to access AM radio but I knew that limitation going in. The system is not compatible with Apple products so you cannot adjust the system online. Don't recommend this. Mar 3, 2014
Jason T: Easy to use, good price and shipping to New Zealand Dec 10, 2013
Gaston F: i think that is realy small and fit perfect with the Nolan N104 Nov 18, 2013
Dustin B: Best price I have found for this item. The website seems to be designed well, easy to navigate. I will have to look at you guys more in the future for purchases. Nov 13, 2013
Jose A: Recommendation Nov 2, 2013
Armando R: It's a must if you have a Ncom helmet Oct 22, 2013
Julio Cesar B: Just I want to test Oct 7, 2013
Raymond P: To listen to iPhone music while wearing N104 helmet Sep 10, 2013
STACY B: My new BMW K1600 features a Blu-tooth enabled audio system. Sadly, the sound is distorted using the N-Com receiver. Still working on a solution. Sep 9, 2013
Donald Y: I chose the NCOM B-4 unit because it is the only one that would fit (properly) on my Nolan N-104 helmet. Trying to adapt a Cardo Scala Rider G9 to the N-104 would have voided my helmet warranty and been a much less elegant installation. Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked: Can Apple Computer users manage the n-com settings? May 11, 2012
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Quackerback: Sadly no. The software is windows only. I had to bower a Windows laptop to change the settings. But once you have done that, you shouldn't need to do it again. If you have BootCamp on your Mac with Windows, you should be able to do it. There are not a lot of settings to change, mainly I wanted it to set the FM stations that I wanted. So you can certainly use it without connecting it to a computer, just may have trouble finding the FM station you want. Aug 29, 2012
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Keone: I don't believe so... I had to break out an old windows machine to install the software. I checked out the download site and there were no software options for a Mac Aug 15, 2012
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Blackhawk: Only if you have Windows installed and used either bootcamp, fusions, or a similar program. The program is windows only. Jun 9, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, you will be able to manage the N-Com settings with an Apple computer. May 17, 2012
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coloktm: Yes, does work but only if you have parallels installed. Aug 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the N-Com B4 And the B4 plus? Jun 27, 2014
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Michael M: I believe the plus adds some voice guidance in the menu and also lets you link with other brands of communicators. You can upgrade your B4 to the plus via a free firmware update from nolan. There is also a handy app you may want to check out for smart phones. Jul 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a connection wire to enable connection to my Goldwing to get the bikes features into the headset as well? Jul 25, 2014
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Michael M: There is a headphone type jack that will allow you to plug in an ipod or other audio source, They do sell a patch cable to hook into the goldwing but Revzilla does not seem to carry it.

If you don't need or want the bluetooth and since you would be wired anyway you may want to look at the mcs kit.

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/nolan-n-com-mcs-ii-complete-kit-goldwing

It will save some money. Although be warned it does not appear that you can upgrade to the bluetooth without replacing the whole thing.
Jul 25, 2014
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Thomas B: Good Morning
There is a cable between the bike and the B4 Kit.. If you are wanting to connect to your cell phone that will be by bluetooth. If you have a passenger with a Nolan with a B4 Kit as well you connect to it with the Blue tooth or hard wear. I have been using this set up for two years and it works great.
Jul 25, 2014
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Carl L: This N-Com system is a Bluetooth as well as a Radio receiver with the small single pin "Head Phone" jack but DOES NOT have "plug in" capabilities for the bigger round cannon plug for the Gold Wing system. Jul 25, 2014
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Paul B: Don't know Jul 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can it use to NOLAN N44? Aug 30, 2013
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Thomas B: I do not know. I looked at the Nolan home web site and noting is on it.

When looking on the nolan.it site it does look like the B4 and B1 kits the 104 helmet. I take that to mean they are of the same size and shape.

It you are going to hook it to a motorcycle my I suggest getting a 3.5 mm cable so you can easly connect and disconnect your helmet . If it is a stand lone no need.
Sorry I couolod not be of any more help
Aug 30, 2013
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Luis Rogelio S: This porduct funtion very well with the NOLAN N104. You have the oportunity to use internet radio with the Apple Iphone via Bluetooth
I´m very happy with this convination
In the NOLAN portal You can to ask some information about the convination with the NOLAN N44
Rgds
Sep 25, 2013
Antonio C D: As per Nolan's brochure on the new N44, it comes prepared to be used with B4 comm system. Check Nolan's site www.nolan.it Sep 2, 2013
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Edward H: Not sure got them for our N104's work great! Sep 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: I ride a LOT at speeds of 80+ with a lot of wind noise, and always wear ear plugs; and my biggest complaint with most systems (especially BlueTooth systems) is that they're not LOUD enough. Even the Sena SMH10, which got high ratings and one of its strong points was supposedly volume, I could barely hear on my desert crossing rides. I use an Autocom system with an inline amplifier and that does fine; but once again I'm hoping that this will finally be the system that lets me cut the wires. Is it? Jun 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104 Helmets provides an excellent volume and sound quality. However the Cardo Scala Rider G9 and the Sena SMH-10 will offer a much higher audio quality.

Also, please note that perceived noise levels will vary depending on the individual. Noise can be caused by many factors, including helmet fit; the type of motorcycle and windscreen; wind speed and direction and even the type of clothing that is being worn.
Jun 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for Nolan N104 Helmets provides an excellent volume and sound quality. However the Cardo Scala Rider G9 and the Sena SMH-10 will offer a much higher audio quality.

Also, please note that perceived noise levels will vary depending on the individual. Noise can be caused by many factors, including helmet fit; the type of motorcycle and windscreen; wind speed and direction and even the type of clothing that is being worn.
Jun 15, 2012
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Quackerback: I find the volume to be more than adequate, but I also have a full fairing so that would cut down on wind noise. Any louder though would pose a safety issue. Aug 29, 2012
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DaytonaBen: The B4 Nolan system is not loud enough at those speeds. Especially with earplugs. Aug 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: We have friends that use Scala G4 and want to be able to talk with them while riding. May 14, 2012
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A S: Nolan has updated their firmware which gives it a universal communicator that is supposed to function with other brands. I have not tried it yet. The update also gives you an audible menu. Jan 26, 2014
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Quackerback: I don't believe so. From what I read about these systems, they all pretty much will only communicate with those of the same brand. I am not an expert by any means, but I did do a lot of reading before I settled on the Ncom and don't recall any brand that would communicate with a different brand. Aug 29, 2012
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RevZilla: The Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit is a proprietary system that will only be compatible with the same device. Cardo communication systems will also only work together; for example, the G4 will be compatible with the G9 and the Q2. May 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is it safe to ride with this while it is raining? Mar 25, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit was designed to be waterproof, so you should not have any trouble using it in the rain. Mar 28, 2012
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Quackerback: No reason why it wouldn't be. The unit is completely contained within your helmet and shouldn't get wet at all. Aug 29, 2012
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Blackhawk: Yes, I have many miles in the rain and have no issues Jun 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can the battery be charged from the bike? If yes, during use? Mar 21, 2012
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Quackerback: About 8 hours, but that may depend on usage. I bought a USB power port for my bike so that I can charge it while riding. Check out the Tapp Lite USB Power Ports. They make a generic one that will fit on any bike and ones specifically for bikes that have power ports, like those on BMWs. I have a BMW but chose to get the generic one because it was cheaper and had a longer cable so that I could mount it just about any where. The USB cable that comes with the 104B is only about 3 feet long though so you have to mount your power port close enough. I put mine just behind my seat. Aug 29, 2012
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Blackhawk: The cord is short so I have not tried it. The battery will last for about 10 hours of constant BT use. Jun 9, 2012
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RevZilla: The batteries for the Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit can not be charged from your bike battery due to the low voltage of motorcycles batteries. To charge it, you will have to use a regular power source. Mar 29, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is this kit for one or two helmets. ( Rider only or rider + passenger ) ? Feb 25, 2012
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Blackhawk: The N-com B4 bluetooth kit supports one helmet. It is backwards compatible with previous N-Com systems. Apr 5, 2012
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ST1300Rider: I called a different retailer for this product and was informed the kit contains one (1) unit. Mar 27, 2012
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RevZilla: The Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit is for a single helmet. May 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is this system backwards compatible with older or lower tier N-Com systems? Feb 15, 2012
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IDisposable: Yes. Quoting from description above: "Compatible via Bluetooth with all Bluetooth communication systems of the N-Com, X-Series and MULTI lines" Mar 21, 2012
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RevZilla: This system is able to communicate with older Nolan Bluetooth systems. However, it cannot be retrofitted / installed into older Nolan helmets. May 2, 2012
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Blackhawk: Yes,I have used it with the older N-com and have no issues Jun 9, 2012
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A S asked: Hi
Is it possible to have that kit in dual?
Or do we have to buy 2 kits?
Thanks
Guy
Apr 4, 2014
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Chris H: Have not seen it available as a two helmet kit yet, really would not change anything as each helmet works independently . My wife and I each have one and they work great. When you are in " helmet to helmet / bike to bike" I think the range is better than advertised. Making a call to a paired helmet takes a moment so " hey look at that....." Realy is not practical as you are down the road already by the time they sinc up. Apr 5, 2014
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John P: You will need 2 kits. One for you and one for your passenger or other rider. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I have the Sena SMH10 and my friend has the N-Com can we synch up or can we only call each other via phone? May 6, 2014
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Luc W: The latest firmware on the N-Com has a universal pairing mode that I am yet to try. When i do, I'll let you know. May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a jack that would allow use of audio earplugs instead of the helmet speakers? May 11, 2013
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RevZilla: This system does not allow for the user to attach their own ear buds as the speakers are hard wired into the unit with no auxiliary output plug. If you need the ability to use ear buds, we would recommend looking at the New Cardo Q3 or the Sena SMH10 (with the extra ear bud clamp kit). May 17, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit for N104/N44 Helmets 819211 BNCOM52700009 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment