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Schuberth SRC System for C3 Pro

The new Schuberth SRC for C3 Pro for the Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet is a communication system which is integrated into the acoustic collar. You can install it in your helmet in just a few minutes according to the plug & play principle, and it is connected to the antenna integrated into the C3 Pro as a standard feature.

Feature Summary:

  • Intercom between rider and pillion passenger
  • Bike-to-bike intercom (up to 700m)
  • Intercom conference mode for 3 bikers
  • Mobile phone, MP3, GPS connection
  • Integrated VHF radio with RDS

Intercom:

  • Up to three motorcyclists can communicate simultaneously with the SRC-System
  • Under ideal conditions the range is up to 700 meters
  • Range of up to 700 metres depending on the terrain and visual contact
  • Automatic re-establishment of a connection when it is cut off
  • Automatic connection set-up by speaking
  • Automatic connection shut-down after 30 seconds silence, two-channel system for communication

Phone + GPS:

The connection between a mobile phone with Bluetooth capability and SRCS is extremely simple to set up. Incoming calls can be accepted with a voice command and using the keys of the SRC-System. This also applies for navigation devices with Bluetooth capability. After the SRC-System has been connected to the GPS device, the rider can receive the voice instructions conveniently over the two ear-phones. Simple control possible by means of voice commands (VOX).

MP3:

Most commonly available MP3 players can be connected to the SRC-System via the multifunctional USB interface. If the MP3 device supports Bluetooth A2DP technology, no cable is required.

  • Easy to connect thanks to USB
  • Simple control using the SRC-System's control keys

VHF Radio:

The integrated VHF radio now enables you to listen to your favorite station and important traffic announcements while you are traveling. The antenna which is already integrated into the C3 Pro as a standard feature guarantees top-quality reception at all times. Thanks to the RDS function the strongest signal for the selected frequency is always picked up, even at high speeds. You can store up to six radio stations.

  • RDS function for automatic station adjustment
  • User-defined programming possible with SRCS software
  • Traffic news can be received while traveling
  • High-speed selection of the six strongest radio channels in the vicinity at the press of a button

ACC (Automatic Gain Control):

  • The SRC-System™ adjusts the volume automatically according to the background noise
  • Sensitivity can be configured individually with the software supplied

Note:  Always keep up to date. The latest version of the SRC-System is always available to you as a download. If you register your SRC-System, you will be informed by email as soon as a software update is available.

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Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System 4.2 5 31 31
Everything was great, the product arrived well packed and very fast !!! I recommend this seller !!! The only thing is that if I had bought the SRC System now I buy with 25% off, otherwise everything was great. The SRC System works very well, the new antenna system has greatly improved radio reception, the microphone is a little smaller than the previous model, I liked it. Thank you. November 21, 2014
Best sound but questionable quality My wife and I have had a pair of these for over a year now. Her's failed (no sound in one ear) and was promptly repaired by Schuberth. Unfortunately that repair lasted all of 4 hours before failing again, and ultimately replaced with a second headset. While we have had no problems since, we have only rode another 20 or so hours, so it is early to tell, and we are worried to take these on long trips without spares, which is ludicrous for the price! It is a shame, because the sound quality is the best we have heard (tho more bass would be nice), tho I'm sure that is partly due to the low noise of the C3 Pro helmets. The bike-to-bike has worked better for us than other reviewers, tho riding with my wife we are never far from each other and always line of sight. We did disable the VOX feature however, as we found it sometimes does not wish to disconnect, and even rarer, would activate unwanted. Other than quality/longevity concerns, my only serious complaint is the interface. With the buttons mounted to a soft surface on the underside of the helmet, they are very difficult to use, near impossible wearing thick winter gloves. I much preferred the hard buttons on the side of my Nolan N-Com system and really wish Schuberth would sell a handlebar control as on upgrade, which would be better/safer than any helmet buttons November 18, 2014
Great functionality A bit of a pain to install but once in place it fit perfectly. The buttons are next to impossible to use with winter gloves so be sure to activate before you're buttoned up. November 10, 2014
functions very well. good sound quality. Changing out the collar on the C3 helmet was fairly easy and straight forward. However, because of the design and battery/control button placement, it does limit turning of the head to the left or right. October 9, 2014
Expensive and directions need more detail but great product Rather than re-hash any earlier reviews, I'll discuss the issues/highlights from my experiences only. First, the instructions, especially the video, does not adequately identify that there is a connection to be made of the internal helmet antenna and the blue tooth device antenna, or if there is, it was not very noticeable. The first week or two I could not get any reception in the helmet until I placed a call to RevZilla, and from them to Schuberth. I eventually learned that I didn't hook up the two antenna connections and it immediately fixed the issue. Also, in snapping in the collar, care must be taken not to damage the helmet or device. It's not delicate, it's just not unbreakable. Once in, the fitment is very good, but perhaps could be better or a little easier. They almost have it right, but not quite. Make sure to order the right collar size for your helmet (there are two and they aren't interchangeable). Using the device is easy, though the controls with gloves can be difficult and/or distracting while riding. I just set my blue tooth for use with iPhone/iTunes, set volume and ride. I would not at this point feel comfortable accepting a telephone call while riding, despite owning Cardo Scala for several years on a different helmet and using all functions without incident. I think the controls are the reason and wish they were more seamless. The BT range has not been tested as I have not connected to other intercoms as of yet. The blue tooth collar device is as expensive as many entire "premium" helmets, a cost that is in addition to the $800 plus price for the Schuberth helmet itself. They should have a built in option and reduce the price to a fair number, especially considering the cost of the helmet. if you want this device, you'll pay dearly for the privilege. To me it is worth it, and as I get more accustomed to its operation, I am sure all functionality will be used . Sound: Excellent. It's the best I've heard yet. No BT I've ever used sounds better. If you are expecting heavy bass, you'll be disappointed. It's clear but not bassy at all and at any rate, it's not a noise-reduction concert headset and was never intended to be. Still, the sound is pretty accurate and enjoyable to listen to. No static and no skipping that can happen with other devices. Battery life: good but not great. I think the regular Scala has longer life but is much more clunky to have on the helmet. It's a trade off. The collar makes it a little more difficult to put on and take off the helmet itself, but on the plus side, the entire unit is more snug and quiet than without it, so that's a plus. The takeaway from my review is that the device is built for the helmet and fits very well, the controls/programming might still need to be tweaked to make it easier and I'd like to see either a price drop or development of a helmet/BT combo that comes in at less than $1,000 total. As it stands, I spent $860 for the helmet plus $429 for the BT, a big chunk of change. September 9, 2014
very good very good, but expensive... easy install, loud earphones, sensitive mic. September 8, 2014
Excellent addition to the C3 Pro The Schuberth SRC system for the C3 Pro is a great addition to an excellent helmet. The acoustics are very good, and the automatic volume adjustment is a useful feature that keeps your hands on the handlebars. The voice answering feature worked flawlessly. Setting up the Bluetooth connection with my iPhone was simple, and allows music, GPS instructions, and cell usage. The system fits nicely into the helmet and is unobtrusive in use. The buttons are a little hard to discern with gloves on however. Overall highly recommend. September 8, 2014
Good pruduct - averae confort The product is excellent and has a very good features. Regarding the comfort, i think that there is a room for improvements. Once the connectors are located in the pockets designed for that, you can feel the connectors in your head-neck. Possible solutions: use smaller connectors or include a "block-out" in the interior foam of the helmet. August 4, 2014
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Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Lyle S: First helmet communication I have ever bought, compatible with my helmet & good price Nov 28, 2014
David S: It was the only bluetooth system that would fit my helmet. Nov 23, 2014
Robert O: 25% off........Great deal considering this product never goes on sale! Nov 21, 2014
George W: I have been using Cardo System communication systems for years, and the truly are the best. It was an important part of purchasing the Schuberth Helmut. Nov 20, 2014
Vinton K: So me and my wife can talk while riding Nov 2, 2014
margo c: The best Oct 18, 2014
Stacy M: Upgrading my C3 and SRC system to the C3 Pro Oct 16, 2014
William H: Extremely functional and elegant solution to in-helmet comms + BlueTooth integration. Schuberth sets the standard. Oct 13, 2014
Brian W. W: Listen to music while I ride. Sep 20, 2014
Robert H: Wanted the best. RevZilla's reviews helped immensely. Sep 12, 2014
Larry N: I have one already and love it. I have another Schuberth helmet I'd like to equip. Aug 27, 2014
Anthony C: Works great with my C3 pro! Aug 26, 2014
Tanju Tamer O: I like that it is all integrated and works with the quiet helmet I wanted. Hoping it all works as promised;) Aug 18, 2014
Eric M: helmet integration is probably the biggest factor (no more helmet-goiter).
I've used and own other cardo gear and have a level of confidence about how it will perform. I'm also aware of where it's weaknesses are but for this helmet it's the only option for me.
Aug 6, 2014
Teri J: to go with the helmet. don't know if I need the extra meters since I am not riding with bike buddies Jul 4, 2014
Ron C: should tie in seamlessly with helmet Jun 29, 2014
Andrew W: Made to fit. Jun 3, 2014
Leandro N: To complement my C3 Pro helmet. May 29, 2014
Barton G: It beats all the cables. May 20, 2014
HUA WEI F: If I'm buying a C3 PRO helmet I don't think why I shouldn't buy this system. Apr 17, 2014
J W: Wanted to be able to use the navigation on my iPhone and this was a direct fit with the C3 Pro! Apr 13, 2014
anthony p: i chose this item because i want to listen to music and communicate with other riders. Apr 3, 2014
Mark S: Already wear a Schuberth and am very happy with it. Upgrading to the C3 Pro and wanted a communication system that is specifically designed for the helmet. Mar 22, 2014
David R: I reviewed many customer comments. All Schuberth helmet owners. The only consistent negative comment was the price. I would agree: costly!!! Mar 20, 2014
Darren H: OEM is friggin cool!! Mar 19, 2014
Rick H: Have the helmet, which I love, adding for more quiet and audio on my new Triumph Trophy SE Mar 15, 2014
Jascha L: For its loudness. Mar 13, 2014
Rueben R: this is getting close to the real solution -- bluetooth actually built into the helmet, though microphone still looks a little flakey. I have used bluetooth systems in helmets for years, and love 'em, looking forward to NOT having a carbuncle growing on the side of my helmet. hope it is as good or better than it looks. Mar 8, 2014
Matthew G: I have the C3Pro and this is invaluable. My only peave is they didn't make computer sync for the mac so I have to borrow a pc now and then. Feb 14, 2014
Chris H: New Helmet. Reviews were good. Jan 30, 2014
Shanon M: Fits my helmet. There were no other options. Jan 11, 2014
Brian J: TheSchuberth C3 Pro with SRC is an awesome lid com system. Period. One day my wife asked "what does a really great helmet cost and why didn't you get one?" Over the years I've spent thousands on "nice" helmets with "cool" graphics. I hated to admit it but she was right. The helmet weight is super light, no neck strain. Optics perfect. The Integrated Bluetooth in the neck role is seamless. sound quality, range, durability all top notch. Oh yeah, its voice activated too, Sep 2, 2013
Todd O: Work great but does not sync good with the BMW bluetooth system. I have to route everything through the GPS bluetooth. Over all great system. Aug 26, 2013
fabio T: i need to answer my phone and listen to the gps with my helmet on lol Aug 17, 2013
jarred m asked: Hi there. I want to ask a question about compatibility to other systems. My wife and I currently run Cardo Scala Q2 and I've just updated my helmet to the C3 Pro. Is the C3 SRC system compatible with the Q2? I really hope as not only does she run the Q2, but my 2 riding buddies also run the Q2. Sep 3, 2014
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Michael S: I too have the Pro system, but only have it synched to my iPhone and Zumo GPS. In both cases, it works flawlessly. I have a Cardo system on my wife's helmet, but haven't attempted to synch it yet. If you can wait a day or two, I'll give it a try and advise the result Sep 3, 2014
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jarred m: Michael, that would be fantastic! Please do a biker guy a favor and see if it works. The reason I am asking is because the compatibility list does not specifically list the Q2. It lists everything else and the Q2 Pro, but not the regular Q2. I'm definitely going to order one of these if it is compatible with the regular Q2. Thanks! Sep 3, 2014
jarred m: Wondering if you had a chance to see if the system was compatible. Would like to make the purchase, but hesitant until I can get a confirmation. Sep 9, 2014
jarred m: I went ahead and made the purchase and it did work fine with my Scala Q2 NON_PRO system. The instructions and all the materials states it is compatible with Q2 pro, but does not mention the normal q2. Happy to report it paired up fine with it. Oct 13, 2014
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Michael M: Not sure. My girlfriend and friends use Q4s and Q9s and they work fine. I assume if the Q2s work with either of them there should be no problem with the SRC working with them too. Sep 3, 2014
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Michael M: Sorry, works with g4s and g9s. The Scuberth website says the SRC pairs with the q2 pro, the q1 and the q3 along with g4 and g9 Sep 3, 2014
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Oscar E H: Jarred I have not try that, but my guess is yes, they work between all the Cardo Systems including the Schubert system. Sep 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, can i use this intercom with a Shoei Neotec?? Dec 9, 2013
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eric c: No. This is specifically designed for the Schuberth. I suppose its possible you could adapt it, but it replaces the neck roll on the Schuberth helmet by design and plugs into the existing schuberth antenna. The electronics are shared by one of the major manufacturers, but I don't remember which, so if you need to pair with this, you need to get something from the correct manufacturer. Dec 9, 2013
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Michael G: Nope-- only a Schuberth C3 Pro. You'll have to try the G9 for mounting on a Shoei (if you're needing to communicate with other Cardo systems. If not, be sure to read the reviews regarding your intended application, e.g., some don't care for how Cardo implemented the intercom with the long delay-to-talk.) Dec 9, 2013
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William H: The Schuberth SRC system is engineered specifically for the Schuberth C3/C3 Pro helmet. This replaces the neck roll with the electronic neck roll in the helmet. The Schuberth helmets have special mounting points engineered in. Dec 9, 2013
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Donald M: No. This is designed for (and only fits) the Schuberth C3 Pro. Dec 10, 2013
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Sean M: No Dec 10, 2013
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Rene L asked: What type of battery does the SRC System have?
How long does the battery last on the SRC System?
What is the playback/talk time, what's the standy time?
What type of speakers are included with the system?
Sep 17, 2014
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Michael A: Rene, sorry this took so long. In my humble opinion, I think this is the best helmet and sound system made. I just finished a 7,000 mile ride from Las Vegas to Key West, north to DC and across to KY, using this helmet every day. I had a few 12+ hour days, and the battery (internal to the SRC system) never lost power. I would charge it every night and it just worked. The buttons are user friendly, even with gloves on, and once you understand how the system works, you'll have many miles and hours of riding in this helmet. I own both the regular C-3 (for my back-seater) and the C-3 Pro for myself. Both helmets are very quiet and, again, simple to use in communicating with each other. The speaker system in the Pro is a little better than C-3 in that they have a little more base and go a little louder. That's about the only difference I have found. Although expensive, I believe you get what you pay for! Sep 24, 2014
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Conan C: I don't know what kind of battery the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System has except to say that it's rechargeable and not replaceable. I have used the SRC System continuously for more than 8 hour without running out, but I don't know how long it lasts. The speakers you see pictured are what you get; there are no options. They're far from studio quality, and they lack in bass response.

You might get some additional answers from Schuberth; their Technical Support number is 9 4 9 dash 2 1 5 dash 0 8 9 3.
Sep 18, 2014
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scott k: Hey
Not sure what type other than to say rechargeable. It has an wire that fits up under the padding in the rear of the helmet that you pull out and connect to a charging cable. I have never run it all the way dead and I have ridden up to maybe 8 hrs with it listening to XM satellite radio via Bluetooth from my gps. Great system No complaints
Sep 18, 2014
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Rene L: Thanks Michael, thanks for sharing good relevant info Sep 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this system communicate to other manufacturers communication systems? For example, could I talk to someone who is using a Chatterbox or Sena comm system? Oct 21, 2013
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Michael G: I was told "no", but I haven't tried it myself. Seems like a reasonable possibility though, I'll try it with an old Chatterbox I have... Oct 21, 2013
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Michael G: Seems that communication/intercom is between same manufactuer, and not others Oct 23, 2013
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Gregory G: I will work with other SRC units (Schuberth) and Cardo units... Jan 7, 2014
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Gary R: I've never trided to match it to anything but my phone Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this system offer Stereo music playback over Bluetooth? Jun 1, 2014
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john p: I listen to my iPhone - it's full stereo. The sound is good- not amazing. Sorta what expected inside a helmet. Jun 1, 2014
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Brett S: Absolutely! I sync my iPhone to mine and listen to my iTunes music library, plus its also hooked up to the phone. I also talk through the intercom to my wife who rides with me who also has the same C3 SRC system in her C3 Pro Womens. The intercom overrides the music, but when you stop talking the music resumes again automatically. Fantastic system, the sound quality through the speakers is very good too. Brett. Jun 1, 2014
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A S asked: I have a head circumference of 55 cm and an old shuberth c3 with size tag saying 56/57. I am to choose the C3 Pro to buy from your store and want to know what Shuberth SRC goes with it in terms of size? Apr 9, 2014
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Robert O: You definitely want the smaller size SRC. My C3Pro is slightly larger than use and I installed the smaller SRC. It works beautifully and the collar fits snuggly, but comfortably on my neck with the result of no wind noise. Apr 15, 2014
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Donald M: They make two sizes of the SRC. The smaller one fits 2XS-Lg and the other fits XL-3XL. A 56-57 is a Medium and would take the smaller SRC. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: What technology is used for communication between helmets? Ie. VHF, Bluetooth (700m seems a stretch), or some other radio frequency or cell frequency? Dec 28, 2013
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Alan J: The documentation does not explain what frequencies the system is using. Reviewing the Cardo Systems documentation also does not declare how the intercom connects. You are correct, it is definitely not Bluetooth or WiFi. I suspect it is RF due to the distance, but the frequency is not specified yet there is a RF license note in the documents. Dec 28, 2013
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Richard H: it is built by Scala...I am guess it is the G4 version,,,,very nice to have it incorporated into th helmet Feb 5, 2014
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Team Aik K asked: Hi, i am using c3 Pro Size 57/M ..which size of this src system should i choose ? Oct 28, 2013
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Cristian M: There are 2 sizes of src system. For an M helmet you should go for the small SRC system (2XS-LG helmets) Dec 8, 2013
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Shanon M: Use size 2XS-LG. This is what Schuberth states, and is what I have in my medium C3Pro. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there anything functionally different from the non-C3 Pro SRC? Feb 21, 2013
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RevZilla: Both the SRC for the C3 and the SRC for the C3 Pro will function the same in terms of button input and set up. However, there are some technical differences between the two systems. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro has an auto gain feature built into the speakers (volume goes up as ambient noise increases) and the microphone sensitivity has the ability to be adjusted by the user. Both of these features are not found on the SRC system for the C3. Also, the speakers for the C3 Pro are 2mm thicker, but will still sound pretty much the same as the speakers found on the SRC system for the C3. Finally, installing the SRC system into the C3 does not have much of an effect on fitment of the helmet. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro makes the neck roll slightly thicker and thus it feels more snug while riding. Additionally, both devices are based on a Cardo G4, which was the previous model to the Cardo G9.

On a related note, the SRC system for the C3 Pro doesn't have the Bluetooth and FM antenna built into the neck roll like the SRC for the regular C3 helmet does. Instead the antenna's are built into the shell of the C3 Pro, and when you install the SRC for the C3 Pro you need to connect the neck roll to the plug in the helmet to activate the antenna's. Without this connection the SRC system for the C3 Pro would turn on but it wouldn't be able to receive any signals.
Feb 22, 2013
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ROBBY P: The only thing that is different besides the fit to the helmet is better range ( up to 700 meters ), more or better VOX control and it is made for the C3 pro helmet that has the antenna built into the helmet.

The internal works are made by Cardo and based on the Cardo G4. I sent an email to Schuberth and to Cardo to ask if the new SRC was based on the new Cardo G9, and the answer I got was no, it is still based on the G4 with a few improvements.
Feb 21, 2013
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Attila C asked: Trying to justify spending $1,500 on a new helmet and this system...coming from a Bell Revolver Modular Helmet and the SENA slim model. Trying to determine if anyone else out there has experience with moving from a similar setup like I have to this and can say with certainty that this is money well spent. OR should I just stick with dealing with ear buds that slip out of my ear every 1 ~ 30 miles? OR just get better earbuds, LOL Oct 14, 2014
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Nestor P: I purchased a C3 Pro. I used to wear a Shoei and used Bose earbuds when riding. It was fine but at higher speeds I could no longer hear the music or podcasts. And th earbud would fall out plus I hated being connected to my IPod and the cable flying in th wind. So I looked into Nolan and Schuberth both with integrated speakers. I went with the Schubert as I am particular to German engineering and I could not be happier with my selection! Helmet fit is unusual for my head and had to go with an XXL. I wore XL with the Shoei. The sound quality on the Schubert is excellent and is speed sensitive so that once you set the volume it adjust for speed increasing in volume as the speed increases then reducing when slowing down. At 80 mph on the highway I can clearly hear the music. Helmet is quite and build quality excellent. Not only is it great for music, but it can pick up radio, cell calls, and if your partner has one you can talk to them via the integrated microphone. Control buttons take a little time to get accustomed but work well. I have no regrets. Yes its a big investment but figure that you'll wear it for 8-10 years so in the long run its not bad. And you have Schuberth quality behind the product. Highly recommended. Now they come in various color schemes as when I purchased colors were limited. Oct 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm not that tech savvy. I ride a Harley and have the IPod interface that plays my IPod through the stock radio (Hard wired). Can I use the Bluetooth feature to listen to my music while it is connected to the interface? That way I can listen via Bluetooth and still use the handlebar controls to switch my playlist.

I also have the XM Satellite feature that plays through my stock radio. Is there anyway to get that to play through the Bluetooth because it is not a Bluetooth capable product? Anyone know of an adapter that can be used?
Aug 25, 2014
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Michael G: XM cannot work, even with a bluetooth transmitter. The Schuberth SRC requires an A2DP type bluetooth connection, only available with phones and other "smart" devices.

The iPod may be able to connect if it is a 2nd generation or later iPod touch. (Apple Knowledge Base article HT3647, which iOS devices support A2DP)

If it is compatible, you should be able to do what you're looking for. Note that you will need to manually set the Schuberth as the audio output every time you plug it into the Harley system. Setting audio output is explained in Apple Knowledge Base article HT4437. Google those HT####'s and the articles will be the first result.
Aug 27, 2014
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park h asked: Hello~
This product is can take sr1 helmet?
May 7, 2014
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Mark W: No, this system only works for S2 & C3 Pro. May 8, 2014
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Brian H asked: Will this product communicate with other manufacturers sets? For example could I talk to someone using a Chatterbox or Sena system? Oct 21, 2013
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Manfred E: Hi Brian,
The SRC System is made by Cardo,I have no problem to
connect to my Sons Scala Rider also made by Cardo.
However I could not connect to my other Sons system.
He got it direcly from BMW,I dont know the manufacture
of that system. Hope that will help you.
Regards
Mantred.
Oct 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the boom mic detachable? Mar 23, 2013
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RevZilla: No, the boom mic on the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System is not detachable. The mic cannot be removed from the C3 Pro SRC system. Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Pro version work in my regular C3 helmet? Mar 23, 2013
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RevZilla: The SRC system for the C3 Pro doesn't have the Bluetooth and FM antenna built into the neck roll like the SRC for the regular C3 helmet does. Instead the antenna's are built into the shell of the C3 Pro, and when you install the SRC for the C3 Pro you need to connect the neck roll to the plug in the helmet to activate the antenna's. Without this connection the SRC system for the C3 Pro would turn on but it wouldn't be able to receive any signals. Thus, you cannot use the SRC System for the C3 Pro in the regular C3 helmet. Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: will c3 src fit and function in c3 pro? Feb 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The neck roll in the C3 and C3 Pro are interchangeable. Thus, the SRC system from the C3 will fit into the C3 Pro and work in the same manner that it did when installed in the regular C3.

With that said, the SRC System for the C3 Pro will not work in the regular C3 because the regular C3 doesn't have the antenna connection built into the shell. The SRC System for the C3 Pro has a plug that connects to the antenna's that are built into the shell of the C3 Pro. Without this connection, the SRC for the C3 Pro will not have anyway to function properly.

Also in terms of functionality between the units, both the SRC for the C3 and the SRC for the C3 Pro will function the same in terms of button input and set up. However, there are some technical differences between the two systems. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro has an auto gain feature built into the speakers (volume goes up as ambient noise increases) and the microphone sensitivity has the ability to be adjusted by the user. Both of these features are not found on the SRC system for the C3. Also, the speakers for the C3 Pro are 2mm thicker, but will still sound pretty much the same as the speakers found on the SRC system for the C3. Finally, installing the SRC system into the C3 does not have much of an effect on fitment of the helmet. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro makes the neck roll slightly thicker and thus it feels more snug while riding. Additionally, both devices are based on a Cardo G4, which was the previous model to the Cardo G9.
Feb 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would the regular SRC system fit in a new C3 Pro helmet? Feb 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The neck roll in the C3 and C3 Pro are interchangeable. Thus, the SRC system from the C3 will fit into the C3 Pro and work in the same manner that it did when installed in the regular C3.

With that said, the SRC System for the C3 Pro will not work in the regular C3 because the regular C3 doesn't have the antenna connection built into the shell. The SRC System for the C3 Pro has a plug that connects to the antenna's that are built into the shell of the C3 Pro. Without this connection, the SRC for the C3 Pro will not have anyway to function properly.

Also in terms of functionality between the units, both the SRC for the C3 and the SRC for the C3 Pro will function the same in terms of button input and set up. However, there are some technical differences between the two systems. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro has an auto gain feature built into the speakers (volume goes up as ambient noise increases) and the microphone sensitivity has the ability to be adjusted by the user. Both of these features are not found on the SRC system for the C3. Also, the speakers for the C3 Pro are 2mm thicker, but will still sound pretty much the same as the speakers found on the SRC system for the C3. Finally, installing the SRC system into the C3 does not have much of an effect on fitment of the helmet. The SRC-S for the C3 Pro makes the neck roll slightly thicker and thus it feels more snug while riding. Additionally, both devices are based on a Cardo G4, which was the previous model to the Cardo G9.
Feb 26, 2013
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Gabriel B asked: Does anyone know for a fact if this product or the C3 does link with the Nolan N-Com B4 and the Nolan M5 products? I found out on Nolan's site that their products do have what they call a UNIVERSAL INTERCOM feature, which supposedly allows to connect to any other intercom brands, but I couldn´t find such a reference with Schuberth´s. If they do, I would really appreciate if someone could confirm this with the most detailed comments. Thanks in advance. Nov 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: when are the src going to get updated with the G9? Jul 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System compatible with the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitte?r? I would pair the SM10 to the SRC to provide wireless connectivity to my non-Bluetooth Garmin Montana and radar detector. Apr 6, 2014
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James M: Yes. Sena now supports all major Bluetooth intercoms out there including the Cardio G4 (which the SRC is based off of). Jul 24, 2014
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Ivan P: I am not sure. I don't think it's compatible with anything that is not Bluetooth. Apr 6, 2014
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