Please select a Size
to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.
Your Savings (36%):
Certain option combinations (sizes, colors, fitments, etc.) are more expensive than others.
In this case the option is more expensive than the base price,
so a price adjustment of has been added to Your Price.
Please select a Size to view availability.
Drop us your email and we'll let you know when it's in.
Fully integrated communication set for Schuberth S2 helmets.
The new SRC-System™ is a communication system integrated into the acoustic collar. Following the plug & play principle, it is inserted into your helmet within minutes.
Its wide range of functions includes:
Wireless conferencing between up to 3 riders/passenger
Receive wireless MP3 stereo music (A2DP) or from cable connected MP3 players
VOX technology for voice-controlled receiving and rejecting of incoming cellular or intercom calls
Bike-to-bike intercom (up to 300m)
3-Biker conference call
Mobile phone-, MP3-, GPS-connectivity
Built-in FM radio with RDS
Intercom conference mode between up to 3 bikers
Mobile phone functions:
Receive or reject incoming calls by voice command
Initiate calls by one-button push and voice command
Receive in the ear GPS navigation voice instructions
Built-in FM Radio with RDS:
Up to 6 user-defined stations
RDS functionality – automatic self-adjustment for best radio station frequency
Radio on time: up to 8 hours
Receive wireless MP3 stereo music (A2DP) or from cable connected MP3 players
Multiple Device Connectivity (“MDC”) offers intercom conference with two other SRC-System™ users and with one additional Bluetooth device: GPS, Mobile Phone (directly or via GPS), A2DP enabled MP3 Player or Adapter. Headset also switches between its built-in FM radio and your cable connected external MP3 player.
AGC technology automatically self-adjusts speaker volume according to driving speed and ambient noise level
VOX technology for voice-controlled receiving and rejecting of incoming mobile or intercom calls
Firmware update ready* (USB cable for PC included)
DSP technology for advanced functionality
Dual ultra-slim speakers for tight helmets
High quality audio at highway speeds
Up to 10 hrs. talk-time / 1 week stand-by (recharging from any regular outlet)
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Schuberth SRC-S System For S2 Helmets? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Fredrick S: My brother bought a Schuberth C3 with the communication system; I have the S2 and we plan to communicate on a trek. The S2 is the best of the three "premium" helmets I have owned (the others were also excellent but they had gotten old and the level of protection may have declined).May 21, 2015
stephen m: I have a cardo G9 now but it won't fit my new S2 helmet due the mounting device having to be placed right on top of the sun visor lever on the S2. I'm looking forward to the more refined integration with the helmet that this unit offers versus my current Cardo G9â?¦thanks Revzilla! Love your videosâ?¦awesome web site presence, information etc.
Stephen Morgan 41 years on two wheelsâ?¦and counting!Dec 21, 2014
David B: I have a S2 and wanted a OEM BlueToothNov 28, 2014
A shopper asked:Is this compatible with the S2 Sport Dark Wave with the D-Ring strap? As the D-Ring strap length is fairly short, with this neck roll / collar being significantly larger in size than the standard, is securing the chinstrap difficult in comparison to the ratchet lock on earlier models?May 23, 2015
Ronald F:My S2 has the ratchet clasp and it works fine. Even with a D-Ring fastener I wouldn't think the neck roll would be a problem The way it fits causes the lower part of the roll to be pushed outwards along your jaw.May 23, 2015
Paul T asked:The SRC-S system for Shuberth S2 helmets comes in two sizes. My helmet is a size L. The smaller system supposedly covers helmet sizes XS-L, but by the time you put it on a L helmet, is it too tight? Will the larger collar system work with a L size helmet?Jun 23, 2014
Edmund E:For other buyers, be aware if inserting a XS-L into a XS helmet, you may have the same issue I have. I bought an XL – 3XL size for my XL helmet and it’s far too tight. Really an unacceptable fit and I think a safety issue.
My earlier post was deleted (Thanks Revzilla), and also a post from another individual describing my issue was removed at some point in the past.Jun 26, 2014
Alexander S:I have LG size helmet with XS-LG size system, it fits ideally, so I think XL system just won't fit LG helmet. It is about the same size as the original collar and the sides bend inside the helmet when you stick your head through it, so putting helmet on is not an issue.Jun 23, 2014
Terry M:I have the Sena SM 10. It has an Aux input that will take an audio out from iPod You are not able to control iPod. My motorcycle have an iPod input that I use so I can control iPod The sound is great.Jun 11, 2014
RevZilla:The Schuberth SRC Bluetooth devices are made by Cardo (and thus they will only inter-comm with other SRC systems or other Cardo units). The SRC system for the C3 helmet is essentially a Cardo G4 and the SRC-S system for the S2 helmet is essentially a Cardo G9. Either unit will connect via Bluetooth with a Bluetooth capable phone (iPhone, Android device, etc) and should allow for full integration of the music, gps apps, phone calls, Siri, Google Now, etc.
The Windows compatibility refers to what kind of operating system is required if you want to plug the device into a computer to do an update or to access some of the settings that can be changed via a computer (sensitivity of the auto volume gain, microphone sensitivity, etc). Being able to connect the device to a computer is not required to be able to use the device, but there are some added benefits of being able to plug into a computer from time to time. For example, when updates are released for the device they will occasionally add some extra features or fix a small bug.Jan 11, 2013
RevZilla:The SRC-S system for the S2 will not fit into the C3, or vice versa. The C3 has a neck roll that is more horse shoe shaped, while the neck roll for the S2 is a bit more of a full circumference neck roll. Since the system is already built into the neck roll, they cannot be swapped since the neck rolls are not interchangeable between the two helmets. Additionally, both devices 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 S2 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 user. Both of these features are not found on the SRC system for the C3. Also, the speakers for the S2 are 2mm thicker, but will still sound 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 S2 makes the neck roll slightly thicker and thus it feels more snug while riding, and it makes putting the helmet on slightly more challenging as well.Oct 5, 2012
RevZilla:The SRC system is a Cardo Scalar Rider G4 repackaged into the Schuberth helmet specific neck roll. The Channel A button allows the user to control connections to another rider that is designated as Rider A. It will also allow control for the connections related to MP3 players. The Channel B button allows the user to control connections to the rider that is designated as Rider B. It will also allow the user to activate the FM radio feature found in the G4.
For a full break down of how these buttons work, please reference the user manual found at the web address below: