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Schuberth SRC System for C3 Pro

The Schuberth SRC for C3 Pro is a communication system which is integrated into the acoustic collar of the Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet. 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 1000m)
  • Intercom conference mode for up to 9 bikers
  • VOX voice control
  • Mobile phone, MP3, GPS connection
  • Automatic gain control
  • Integrated VHF radio with RDS

Intercom: Up to four motorcyclists can communicate simultaneously with each other using the SRC­System PRO. Under ideal conditions the range is up to 1000 metres.

  • Range of up to 1000 metres depending on the terrain and visual contact
  • 4­way intercom conference circuit (full duplex)
  • "1+8" intercom communication between up to 9 bikers
  • Voice command: Voice recognition system for genuine handsfree operation
  • Click­to­Link: Enables intercom calls to be established spontaneously with other SRC­System users in the vicinity
  • Intercom to mobile: When the intercom range is exceeded

Voice Control (VOX): Voice­controlled connection set­up, acceptance and rejection

  • Dual hands-free profile for simultaneous connection of two mobile phones
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless stereo reception from an iPhone or other smartphones
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless stereo reception from an iPhone or other smartphones
  • Telephone conference between rider, pillion passenger and caller
  • Abbreviated dialling (can be set individually)

Phone + GPS: The connection between a mobile phone with Bluetooth capability and the SRC­System PRO is extremely simple to set up. Incoming calls can be accepted with a voice command and using the keys of the SRC­System PRO. This also applies for navigation devices with Bluetooth capability. After the SRC­System PRO has been connected to the GPS device, the rider can receive the voice instructions conveniently over the two ear­phones.

  • Simple control possible by means of voice commands (VOX)
  • Fully compatible with all leading Bluetooth navigation systems

MP3 & Music­Sharing: Most commonly available MP3 players can be connected to the SRC­System PRO 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 SRC­System PRO's control keys
  • Music­Sharing (via A2DP) enables the rider and pillion passenger to receive the same stereo music simultaneously
  • Wireless stereo reception and remote control of compatible MP3 players (A2DP /AVRCP)

Automatic Gain Control (AGC): AGC technology automatically and constantly ensures optimum volume according to travelling speed and ambient noise (patented technology for individual adjustment)

  • Sensitivity can be configured individually with the software supplied

VHF Radio: The integrated VHF radio now enables you to listen to your favourite station and important traffic announcements while you are travelling. The antenna which is already integrated into the C3 Pro & C3 Pro Women as a standard feature guarantees top­quality 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
  • User­defined programming possible with SRCS software
  • Traffic news can be received while travelling
  • High­speed selection of the six strongest radio channels in the vicinity at the press of a button
  • Automatic muting when navigation instructions or mobile phone calls are received

Software Update: Always keep up to date. The latest version of the SRC­System PRO is always available to you as a download. If you register your SRC­System PRO, you will be informed by email as soon as a software update is available.

Accessories & Technical Details:

  • Gooseneck microphone included
  • Up to 13 hours speaking time/1 week standby
  • Two HD loudspeakers (3.5 mm jack)
  • Waterproof and dust­ protected
  • 1 Range depends on terrain. Intercom operation requires other devices.
  • 2 Mobile phone and navigation operation only possible using Bluetooth ­compatible devices
  • 3 Microsoft Windows operating system is required.
  • 4 Minimum requirement: Windows XP / Mac OS X 10.7 or higher
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Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System 2.6 5 11 11
Great addition I like the way it intergrates with the helmet. Not real fond of boom mikes November 4, 2015
Expensive but amazing and worth the price I shopped around for a long time looking for a helmet and Bluetooth technology. I read hundreds of reviews and I kept getting disappointed by what I read. I really wasn't looking to spend a ton of money, but I also didn't want a setup where I couldn't make and receive calls or listen to my music at any speed. Everything I read about cheaper helmets and Bluetooth pushed me to spend the money on the Schuberth helmet and Bluetooth system. I am very very glad that I spent more upfront. This system is amazing! crystal clear phone calls connected to my iPhone 6 crystal clear music as well, no matter what speed I ride at. My wife says that I'm clearer on my Schuberth system at 70 miles an hour on the highway than I am at any speed in my truck! October 21, 2015
Difficult to use with gloves and difficult to update software For a premium product I would not recommend buying this. The buttons to operate are very difficult to find or use with gloves. With winter gloves near impossible for me. When I tried to update my software on the SRC it also was difficult and ended up not working at all. I would say I'm average at tech type things. Have all the usual devices and can update them myself with a little effort. The update interface here was very hard to use and the device did not respond as per the web directions. There is very little web help for this device. For example I could not make calls per the directions. I reset the device, continually tried to update it via the web and nothing worked. After 2 weeks and multiple attempts to make this work, I put it back in the box and bought a different brand. October 19, 2015
Good features but not easy to use. Difficult to link with other rider's SRC intercom - drops lock randomly, difficult to operate all functions - difficult to connect to BMW bluetooth system, difficult to connect to iPhone. Used first time last weekend. 1200+ miles in Central Colorado for Fall Colors touring. Passenger has C3W SRC - intercoms connect after several minutes of linkup time then drop randomly when riding. When NAV IV system audio announces a turn, rider intercom disconnects (as designed) and only 50% of the time would re-connect automatically with passenger's SRC. Have to turn off one or sometimes both SRC's to reconnect intercoms - problematic to do while riding, unsafe in fact. When connected to iPhone: Supersedes NAV IV and intercom as designed, but after a call is completed, less than half the time would the intercoms automatically re-connect. Very frustrating considering how expensive this unit is. When FM radio feature is on - the unit would not turn radio off unless the SRC Pro was powered down. Voice recognition feature: DOES NOT WORK. Not a happy rider. October 5, 2015
Bluetooth that integrates into the helmet? Great idea! Don't get me wrong, while I think Schubert leads the pack with a bluetooth system that integrates seamlessly into the helmet, I also think they overpriced it. Let's get real: pretty much all bluetooths have the same features and capabilities, some more some less...but, all within the same range. So, if you're into having a non-bulky and kind of discreetly hidden system that doesn't bulge out of the helmet...go for it, dig into your pockets (like I did) and pay the extra premium for style. Otherwise, save alot of money, and go for the Scala 9GX.....its cheaper priced brother, with the very same features. September 14, 2015
Don't do it ... Wow .. $429 and all it does the same as the SRC. I have the SRC in C3 and was excited to get the new C3Pro along withe the new SRC Pro ... fitting it was striaght forward but after hours of trying, the only thing I could get it to do was Intercom with my other SRC. Music sharing does not work. I called Cardo and got the preverbial, it's an OEM thing and we don't support, you need to deal with Schuberth and after being totally underwhelmd by the Schuberth support, the best they could come up with was that I had to buy two of the SRC Pro !!! So, back it went ... I have ordered the Sena 20, which as a dual pack is less than the single SRC Pro ... I'm stuck with my original SRC, which works fine, will try Ebay. Not sure how Schuberth feels comfortable with the lack luster under performance ... was expecting so much better !! September 2, 2015
I would rather use smoke signals. So I have been crazy over the schuberth C3pro since it came out, and part of it was how it would integrate with the SRC system. Finally I gave in and bought both the helmet and the SRC. The helmet fit beautifully! a bit tight in the beginning, but after a couple of uses it was perfect, however when I installed the SRC, I felt I was going to pass out it pressed on my neck and stopped the blood flow. I figured it was not installed properly, so I did it again, and then again, and then I even had a dealer install it... No luck... The little time I did get to use it, quality was not great, ease of use is not the greatest, and voice commands, well, my dog is deaf and he responds better to those. This is a VERY expensive unit compared to other systems out there, and it is horrible! I really don't understand why schuberth, being the awesome helmet company it is, would allow a system like this to run, without testing it extensively... I'm actually more disappointed in Schuberth than Scala... for allowing this... August 27, 2015
Some good some bad For the price, I don't feel I'm getting a well engineered product. VOX feature doesn't recognize commands properly. Microphone boom could be longer to reach the center of helmet, which would place it in front of the mouth. In the C3 Pro, it makes it more tight going taking the helmet on and off. Almost to the point of discomfort. The charging port and antenna plug just tucked into the back of the neck roll. If not placed just right you will feel them applying pressure to neck or side of head. Sound quality is decent. Features: typical of other Bluetooth modules on the market. Ease of use: Same as others. The mobile app is a must to download if you want simple operation. And using the computer software for setup. Recommended, carry the manual with you if you need to make changes on the road. August 18, 2015
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Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David B: I have the C3 Pro helmet. I like having all the capability without anything hanging on the side of the helmet. Oct 18, 2015
Hunter G: I bought the Shuberth C3 Pro helmet and wanted the matching Bluetooth Sep 14, 2015
Eric B: Updated version of the system that allows for more versatility. Jul 20, 2015
Alcebiades A: Is the only that fits schuberth Jul 18, 2015
Scott B asked: When will there be a video review of this product? Interested in your impressions. Jul 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: will this be compatable with only Cardo headsets like the last generation or will it also communicate with SENA headsets? Jun 27, 2015
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Richard W: It will work the way Marek says it works and it allows full duplex just like full duplex between two sena units or between two scala units. But there is a HUGE downside. When the SRC is paired this way, it is unavailable to pair with a GPS or a phone. So pairing it with a sena eliminates much of the functionality. I feel handicapped enough with it paired this way that I'm seriously considering junking the SRC and sticking the sena unit from my old helmet on the side of my shiny new C3 Pro. Aug 7, 2015
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Marek W: me and my friend tried to connect SRC and SENA and it works. What you have to do is to activate universal intercom mode on SENA and pair it with SRC on phone mode. that is the only way how to get it to work. Jul 8, 2015
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Shawn B: Doing it this way allow you to talk back and forth between sena and src? Talking without pushing buttons, or calling on phone or whatever, intercom between the two, so always on full duplex between the two?

thanks! Jul 18, 2015
A shopper asked: Does the SRC system for Schuberth C3 or C3 Pro have a Music Sharing feature?
Jul 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a C3 Basic helmet, which I understand does not have the built in antenna. Will the C3 Pro SRC system work in this helmet?

Nov 12, 2015
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W Kenneth M: I sent my C3 Pro SRC System back as I struggled to get it to work with a second C3 helmet ... the musicshare would not function .. and the manufacturer and Schuberth were pointing fingers at each other and were of little help ... I went with the SENA system and it works amazingly well ... long range, music sharing, GPS, phone and Intercom are excellent ... people I called had no idea that I was on my HD riding :O) Nov 13, 2015
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Adam T: My feeling is that you may have problems with reception. You wont be able to recieve radio, bluetooth should be ok. On another note I have not been able to get the unit to connect to the computer to update it! Nov 12, 2015
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S E: I don't know
I have a c3 pro
Nov 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you know if the Bluetooth unit from Schuberth that fits the C3Pro helmet, will sync up to a SENA unit, or is it strictly just Schu2Schu?

Aug 24, 2015
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Robert D: I should have read the other questions first.. sorry about this post, you can delete if it needed. Aug 24, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which cardo scala model is this equivalent to? Aug 16, 2015
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Frank J: I've been looking into this as I am curious myself, I think it is the G9X based on the specs I find posted. I don't see any references to the newer Paltalk model features, so I am leaning towards G9X. I emailed Schuberth but did not hear back from them, I should probably email Cardo instead. Nov 18, 2015
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