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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 4.4 5 16 16
Great Comm's but pricey I got this to go with my C3 Pro becuase it would not leave an ugly wart on the side of the helmet. Works well but does take some time to learn all the options and use smoothly. April 9, 2014
Great system Phone calls can be easily made via pairing with iPhone. Sound is great. Easy to pair. Battery lasted me 10 hours. People say I come through clear as a bell while talking on the phone. Music volume automatically adjusts based on outside sound levels. No need to turn it down when coming to a stop. I love it. Why did I wait so long to buy it? March 9, 2014
Too hard to use with gloves, tinny sound. The installation is very difficult, especially the first time you do it. The placement and size of the buttons make it almost impossible to operate while wearing anything other than lightweight gloves. They make the helmet very hard to get on and off, as the mike interferes with the closure of the helmet. The audio quality is extremely disappointing. I have a set of Sena SMH10 on my other helmets and they are much more user friendly, and the sound is as good or better. The only reason I bought these were they were made to fit the Schuberth helmet and the Sena would not easily mount on the Schuberth. Definitely not worth the price, especially since I bought two of them. January 6, 2014
pricey, but worth it… I'd been looking for a BT solution for a while, and had settles on the Scala G9…then, I held off as I needed a new helmet. I was looking at Shoei and Arai, but was thinking I'd get a Simpson as they're based down the road from me (and the Stig wears one!). However, when I went into my local Triumph dealer, I tried the Schuberth C3 Pro just for comparison sake, and knew I had to get it. That made this purchase for the SRC a lot easier…it's based on the Scala system but integrated, so no external 'wart' on the helmet. The integration is fantastic, the comfort is great, sound quality very good - and loud enough too, they have these pads to make the speakers closer to your ears if you prefer that, and while it's not exactly 'bassy' it's plenty loud doing 85 on the highway (I live near the tollroad where that's the limit here in TX) with no fairings on the Rocket. I have yet to try the intercom feature but I ride about 50 miles every day and listen to music over BT from my iPhone 5S…no issues with pairing or compatibility. Even works with Siri! I've made and received phone calls with it, listen to the radio and it lasts all week on a single battery charge (at least 5 hours no problem) from my experience. Yes it's more than the external option, but the cool factor is way up there, and I'm very happy I purchased it. Oh, I did return the first one as a tiny little clip on the connector cable broke off…you only use it once really when you connect it to the helmet's antenna but both Schuberth and Revzilla were amazing and sent me a replacement before I'd even packaged up the one I had. The clip wasn't a big deal but they said they wanted it to be perfect for me, and their service certainly was! Overall, extremely happy. Current ride is a 2012 Rocket III Roadster (not a Touring as may be stated below) December 9, 2013
Great product I had previously used the G4 from Scala. I really liked its features and performance as well as the customer service I received from Scala. The SRC offers the same features but with far improved FM reception. It was the one piece of the product that I had disliked on the G4. They have VASTLY improved the performance in this regard to what I would term very acceptable. I read as many reviews as I could once I ordered the product and saw guys complaining about two issues. 1. Sound quality - It is important to line the speakers up with your ears. No More Problem. 2. Guys complained that the SCR doesn't seat properly - When you receive your helmet the SCR ships separatley and you have to remove the existing collar from the helmet and insert the SCR collar system. Before you remove the existing collar, take a look at how it is tucked in under the rubber edging on the helmet. As long as you take the time to make sure that the two end points are inserted and then make sure that you tuck the SCR in under the rubber edging you will be fine. It takes a bit of time and elbow grease, but it seats well and you shouldn't have any problem once it's done. I am happy with the SCR and teh helmet and would recommend it to anybody. The price is high , but I feel like I have received good value for my money. November 25, 2013
good system Works well with the helmet, but more features/buttons would be nice. In addition, the volume button is hard to reach, and the feature that makes the volume louder at higher speeds is too sensitive for such a quiet helmet October 28, 2013
Terrific addition to the C3 Pro. For years, I've used in ear buds connected to my GPS because I didn't want the hassle of a "clunky" looking bluetooth device on the side of my helmet. The C3Pro SRC System definitely solves this problem, with the added benefit of eliminating any air gaps around my neck thus making the helmet even more quiet than it was w/o the SRC. Only one very minor complaint: since I don't use my phone when riding, I wich Schuberth would make an SRC w/o the boom mike!! Or, at least, provide instructions on how to remove it. August 26, 2013
Best option but desperately needs updated To preface my review I'll say that I switched from another helmet with a Scala Rider G9 and that's my only experience with a bluetooth helmet system. I really, really wanted to like this and I sorta do. First, the good things, it contours nicely to the helmet, button position is good, airflow out the back is no worse than the stock neck roll, hook up and connection is easy, volume is plenty loud enough. Now onto the not so good. While installation is easy uninstallation is even easier, whether you mean to or not. The front edges have posts that install into slots in the helmet but the slightest bump knocks them loose. A slight bump like...closing the helmet. Once the post is out the sealing ring works itself loose quickly so you have to stop and take the helmet off and put it all back together. The microphone is on a flexible extension that is great for adjustment to fit to anyone's mouth. It's also great for yanking the SRC out of the helmet when you close it if you don't bend it down as far as it'll go when closing then work it back inside around the chin piece. The next issue is with the range of the bluetooth connection. With my G9 I could connect to my phone from 15'+ as sometimes my phone would be inside and I'd be in the garage ready to leave. The SRC connects quickly, but even with my phone in my front pocket if I put my hand over the phone it will lose the connection, putting the phone in a bag on the bike is out of the question. Also software related, the SRC (which is based on the Scala G4 I believe) has considerably worse voice recognition than the G9. The G9 pretty much always got the name or number right when speaking to it, the SRC hasn't been able to make one right yet. I've had to pull over and get the phone out to make the call. Once the call is connected sound is great and people on the other end say audio is excellent on their end so that's why I suspect it's software related. Also the software options are way more limited than the G9. So, in conclusion, the SRC is a great idea in theory. If you're very careful putting the helmet on and off and adjusting the mic the SRC stays in place most of the time. If you don't have to make many calls and want to listen to music it's nice for that if you can keep the phone close. I think the best thing Schuberth could do is update the hardware to be based on more current technology and work on perfecting attachment. Even with all my complaints the SRC is still better than having that giant G9 unit hanging off the side of the helmet smacking me in the shoulder. I'd recommend it, but reservedly so and only because it's more convenient than other options and certainly not because it's the best performing option. August 15, 2013
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Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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
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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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 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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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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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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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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Harry L asked: Will the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System connect with the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter? I would pair the SM10 with the SRC for Bluetooth connectivity to a non-Bluetooth Garmin Montana and radar detector. Apr 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this communicate with the new Sena SMH -10 firmware? Mar 13, 2014
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Matthew P asked: I'm considering this addition to my c3 pro primarily for listening to music and I have a couple questions.

1) How would you rate the music control features? I gather the track forward/back and volume up/down are mapped to the same buttons and you access them based on how long you hold the + and - buttons down. How do you pause/play?

2) I'm a huge music fan, and I can't always keep myself from singing. It is what it is. I gather the mic, detecting my voice, will silence the music assuming I'm attempting voice control for the phone or use the bike to bike intercom. If this is true, is there any way to defeat this?
Feb 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are they going to come out with a Cardo Scala G9 unit for the C3 Pro? Nov 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm a camper and am looking at the www.biolite.com camp stove as a possible method for charging the SRC. May 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'd like to directly connect my cellphone via the wired headset port to both listen to music and use the microphone. Would that work or does it only have stereo sound signal? May 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: How good are the speakers as far as audio quality?? I like riding with ear buds because I get a solid pro audio vibe and great quality. How do these compare? Mar 12, 2013
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XL - 3XL Helmets 880593 9049100313 Out of Stock