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Schuberth SRC-S System For S2 Helmets
  • Schuberth SRC-S System For S2 Helmets
  • Schuberth SRC-S System For S2 Helmets
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Schuberth SRCS System For S2 Helmets

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
  • Rider-to-passenger intercom
  • 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

Unprecedented communication:

  • 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)
  • Requires Windows™ XP or Vista™ based PC
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Schuberth SRC-S System For S2 Helmets 3.8 5 10 10
Nice add-on to the helmet I like having this added to my S2 helmet; my use will be 90% or more for listening to music or a podcast, and a bit for phone calls. I don't know anyone with a Cardo system so I won't be using the intercom. Installation was easy, going like this: I removed the neckroll (acoustic collar Schuberth calls it), located and connected the antenna cable, then loosened the cheekpads by un-snapping the rear snap and lower snap at the front. I left the cheekpads in the helmet without removing the chin straps or fussing with the AROS straps, but I pushed the pads further into the helmet to get them out of the way and to expose the speaker pockets. My S2 arrived with soft pads in the speaker pockets adhered with double-sided tape. The velcro on the back of the speakers would not grip the pads and I was questioning the pads being too thick, so I peeled them out (of course one came right out with the tape but the other left the tape behind so I spent a few minutes removing that) exposing the speaker pockets. Then I placed the velcro pads into the speaker pockets and stuck the speakers onto the pads making sure to route the wires out of the way under the neckroll. Then I snapped the cheek pads back into place. Installing the neckroll took me two attempts to line everything up correctly in order to have it "snap" into place at the front. I took care to route speaker and antenna wires under the neckroll. The microphone was a simple peel-and-stick operation, and again routed the wire out of the way under the neckroll. After riding about a week I repositioned the right speaker and don't anticipate further adjustments. Donning and doffing the helmet the first few times made me wonder if I could get by without ears and cheeks. But the neckroll has given a bit, and learning how to spread the neckroll properly with the chin straps has made stuffing my noggin through the neckroll pretty easy. But one must be purposeful about it to make it a comfortable squeeze. I also learned to turn the unit on after donning the helmet to avoid unwanted button-pushes when pulling the straps against the neckroll to don the helmet. For the same reason, I turn the unit off after removing the helmet. Operation: I find the buttons a bit small when wearing "heavier" gloves, but good enough when wearing a summer-weight glove. I am a "set it and forget it" kind of user; I don the helmet, turn it on, the music comes on, and off I go. I can pause and re-start music, start and stop the radio and scan through stations stopping on the station I want. The radio and antenna seem to work well but I haven't and am not likely to use the radio much. I have yet to connect anything to the auxiliary port, but I will likely carry an iPod as a backup music source. I have used the VOX commands to answer and make calls. I'm still learning where the buttons are but imagine it'll come down to "muscle memory" eventually. I really like the function of the automatic gain control to adjust the volume. I might make it five-position adjustable instead of the three it currently is, but it is a feature I enjoy. Price: I bought both the S2 helmet and SRC system at their sale prices and probably would not have at standard pricing. I wouldn't give them up now! Finally my only complaint thus far. The S2 is already a tall helmet, but not tall in that it protrudes up higher, but tall in that it comes further down toward my shoulders. With the addition of the SRC system, and when wearing a high-collared jacket as many riders do in colder months, I find the neckroll drags on my jacket when turning my head. This is annoying as I must "push through" the drag to simply turn my head. I idid not notice this effect until installing the SRC system; in all fairness I did not wear a high-collared prior to installation. I'd give the SRC system five stars if not for this issue. I have a Sena SMH10R on my Shoei GT-Air, and use a small Sony bluetooth device with earbuds in my Arai RX-Q, and I would buy an integrated, SRC-style system for both of those if I could. October 28, 2015
Good addition to S2 I have a C3 with the BMW communicator and now an S2 with the SRC system. SRC system is very easy to install and works well. It doesn't integrate with my BMW motorcycle as well as the BMW communicator, but it works well with the GPS on my Goldwing and my iPhone, and was much cheaper. Overall its a very nice product. Not quite as capable as the new SENA units, but a nice bluetooth unit with a very clean installation. It is a little tight when putting the helmet on and taking it off, but its fine when the helmet is on. October 5, 2015
The only way to go when wearing an S2 helmet! I spent a lot of time considering the SRC for the Schuberth S2 v. the Sena 10C. I very much want video capability but the fact is the noise (lack of) is far more important and the SRC is the only way to keep that to a minimum. The fit is snug as the collar is thicker, but it fits my 22" neck. Yes, getting it on is more challenging BUT having wireless GPS, phone and rider to rider comms in an otherwise near silent environment is awesome. Have not tried the radio yet but will soon. Volume controls are plenty loud and the acoustics are better than I expected. Install was super easy. I watched other YouTube vids and some had me slightly concerned about the install process. Schuberth and Cardo have worked to make the fit process far more simpler. The AROS straps do not need to come out of the ear pieces. The inner liner need not be removed though I opted to do so. In fact, the ear pieces do not need to come out other than one rear snap to place the speaker and velcro adhesive. If I had any wishes it would be for a slightly less bulky collar. As it is, it comes down my neck and makes accessing the helmet buckle tedious. I suspect that it will break in and be a better fit shortly. Finally, the unit is on sale for $275.... its a bargain! September 19, 2015
Great volume and noise reduction! This is the best of both worlds. The volume level of the speakers is more than adequate, and the collar is a bit bulkier than the factory one, resulting in a little more snug fit around the neck and shoulders. This reduces the level of wind noise coming from beneath the helmet. Controls are easy to use, even when wearing my leather gloves. AVRCP lets you skip songs and start/stop play using my iPhone 6. The mobile phone button also allows you to access Siri for voice commands for hands free calling, etc. All in all a BIG upgrade from my Chatterbox XBi2H in my previous helmet. As an aside, I am really impressed with Schuberth's helmets. Can't go wrong with German engineering and manufacturing. August 24, 2015
Ear speakers pinch head My S2 helmet is a great helmet, but the Bluetooth upgrade makes the helmet uncomfortable and nearly impossible to put on. On the other side the Bluetooth works really well and sound quilts is good, if you can get it on your noggin. July 6, 2015
great for the application The collar "feels" a little less secure than the original. It works great for getting direction from a phone or gps, I never have to take my eys off the road in a strange area. May 26, 2015
Very nice It finally happened. I didn't secure my Garmin GPS properly and it fell off the bike and I never saw it again. So I decided to try the SRC-S, paired with my iPhone 6. I got it on sale so I can't complain about price and it's definitely cheaper than a GPS. Essentially, when I'm not using the GPS function, I use the system to play music. To me, the speakers are loud enough. I don't remember reading that the volume automatically adjusts but it does. As road and engine noise increases, the volume goes up. As noise goes down, the volume lowers. Unfortunately, my singing is registered as road noise. If I engage my GPS, (motionx drive), the music volume is automatically reduced so that I can hear the directions. Now, I dont need a GPS or an MP3 or awkward headphones. All I have to carry is my helmet. December 1, 2014
Great integration with Schuberth S2, intuitive, but EXPEN$IVE. I'm reviewing the Schuberth SRC-S for S2 helmets after 500 miles or so of use. I really did not like the price. Let me put that out there, first. However, some of the alternative communication systems will either not work with the chin spoiler and internal visor controls, or would change the aerodynamics of the helmet (ok, minimally, but who wants extra wind noise on a premium helmet?) Research showed the SRC-S was definitely the most elegant solution, so I dropped the hammer ($429 at time of purchace, but the good folks at Revzilla were happy to apply Zilla Cash to retro-match thier sale price- woot!). Install was easy. As a tip, I recommend removing the entire helmet liner, not just the snaps that hold the cheek liner in, unlike the user guide. Install was definitely easier without the the liners out of the way. It took a few fitting adjustments to get the speaker positions comfortable while riding. Overall, the install was a breeze. Pairing with a phone and/or GPS is a snap. Turn-by-turn directions from either my Galaxy S4 phone or Garmin GPS were clear and prompt, interrupting music or the built-in FM tuner, as needed - and worked seamlessly. Think 'set and forget' On the bike, the buttons were hard to 'feel' at first, but once my gloved fingers were trained to feel the ridges bracketing the controls for 'A', 'Call', 'B', and '-', '+' buttons, on-the go calls and source input switches are becoming more muscle memory than thought. Like others have mentioned on reviews, the FM radio is pretty cool, but the antenna seems weak for being integrated into the helmet, something I would like to see Schuberth improve. Maybe a software update, or a replacement antenna? There were a few times riding around in town the signal fuzzed out when I didn't think it should. None of my riding buddies have a Cardo Scala system (the basis for the SRC-S), so I have not yet had the pleasure of pairing with another helmet SRC, but those of us who had a bluetooth phone communication system were able to converse via cell call. It would be nice to have a way to pair with other systems in a less clunky way. Although it took a little time to get used to the controls, overall, I'm happy with the SRC-S. I feel it was a good purchase, with great features like the FM tuner, minimal profile change that keeps the aerodynamics and wind noise in check.Something that sold me on Schuberth helmets and the SRC system was the support system Schuberth has in place. If you are on the fence, read the website's mobility program and product support page. June 9, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
George G: needed to have communication capability. Nov 27, 2015
Chuck L: I have the Schubert S-2 and wanted to upgrade to FM/Intercom.Bluetooth. No brainer to choose proprietary. Sep 27, 2015
Colby H: Best option to use with the S2. Won't affect the low noise design of the helmet and uses the internal antenna. Jul 18, 2015
Ryan T: Need the tunes Jul 12, 2015
Bryan C: Navigation aid Jun 29, 2015
Greg T: goes with the helmet, and is on sale! Jun 4, 2015
WILSON H: read the online reviews Jun 4, 2015
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 BlueTooth Nov 28, 2014
Peter L: Fits my helmet Jan 2, 2014
Jimmy A: Chosen so that I can listen to Bluetooth playlists on my iPhone and to receive calls while riding. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Can the SRC-S system fit in the SR-1 helmet? Nov 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would this product be able to communicate with a Sena SMH-10? Sep 18, 2015
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Ludwig L: No will not work ,has to be Cardo Scala unit to be compatible Sep 18, 2015
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Ryan K asked: is this compatible with Cardo Scala Q2 Multiset? Sep 14, 2015
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Michael F: Yes, it is. And you can talk to the other rider via intercom. Just make sure you pair using Channel A... Sep 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is this compatible with chatterbox? all of my friends use chatterbox and it'd be great if i can communicate with them through this Aug 27, 2014
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mann75 psx z: I wanted to experience the same thing, but unfortunately the Schuberth SRC. is compatible with practically any other Cardo system headset only. Aug 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would this product be compatible with FM radio in Europe? Or is there a specific US version and a separate EU version? I'm thinking of getting one during my holidays in the US. Nov 17, 2015
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Bruce S: It should work properly in both places. The total bandwidth in the US is slightly different, so you may miss out on a very low or high station, but the tuning of the majority of the stations should work. See here:

Check out Wikipedia for an article on FM_broadcast_band for more information.

With integrated support of MP3 devices, your cell phone and the ability to talk directly with other riders, the SRC rocks!! I've ridden all through the alps as well as in N. Carolina in the mountains with one (and my father has one too) and it works great! Highly recommend it! Hope that helps.
Nov 17, 2015
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Larry R: I'm sorry I have no idea if the FM radio works in the EU. You can email Schuberth from their web site and they can answer your questions. They are very helpful as In have contacted twice and they are quick to respond. According Schuberth they will be updating the SRC system for the S2 helmet and it's anticipated release is Spring 2016. I like my Schuberth S2 Helmet with the SRC system, it's pricy but if you ride a lot well worth it. Good Luck! Nov 17, 2015
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Fred V: I am assuming it would work there, my wife has a EU Schuberth modular helmet and EU SRC, which I brought it to the states with no problems.
So we have a EU version and a US version that synced together and both have fm reception in the states, opposite of your question I know.....
Nov 17, 2015
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Ludwig L: Ludwig Lehr
Hi wish I could help you on this but have only used my Helmet in North America where FM works fine
Nov 17, 2015
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Matthew E asked: Would this product be able to communicate with the Sena SMH-10? And the information states that there's a three hundred meter range for bike to bike, but Schuberth explained in one of their videos that because of the built in antenna for the S2, the range is bumped up to 700m! Sep 18, 2015
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Eric J. M: Hi Matthew, The Schuberth SRC-S System can not communicate with the Sena SMH-10.
But the SRC-S system is made by Cardo and it can communicate with the other products Cardo as Q1, Q3, G4, G9. I have the SRC-S and Q1 and I can talk to more than 600 meters in route.
Sep 18, 2015
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Jordon W: Yes, there are guides on Youtube on how to pair them together. Sep 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does the actual transmit device detach without pulling off the entire collar? I can't bring bluetooth or wireless devices into my office and (obviously) would prefer not to leave the whole helmet with my bike while parked. Currently using a Sena SMH10 which can pop off easily when you need it to. Aug 25, 2015
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Erik J: No, you have to remove the whole collar, but it's very easy. The speakers and mic are attached by velcro, and the collar just snaps in. Aug 25, 2015
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Derik G: No the SRC system "is" the collar Aug 25, 2015
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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
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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
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Oscar C: Believe it or not the collar isn't that much bigger... Not 100% sure hat it will work but pretty confident that it will... Hope this helps... May 23, 2015
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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
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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
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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
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Christopher B asked: Is there a bluetooth dongle that will pair with the SRC-S, to use with an older gen iPod or other non-bluetooth devices? Jun 11, 2014
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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
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Marshall M: I'm not sure about dongles, but it comes with a headphone adapter that will connect to non-bluetooth devices. Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the Windows PC requirement a mandatory? I am completely Mac based. Can I just connect to my iPhone via Bluetooth for all phone and music functions? Jan 10, 2013
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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
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A shopper asked: Can C3 SRC unit fit into S2? Oct 4, 2012
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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
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A shopper asked: I saw that there are 5 different buttons total, one volume up, one volume down, one phone call button, and then an A and B button. Sep 17, 2012
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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:

Sep 18, 2012
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Majed A asked: Hi, any one know when the second generation SRC for S2 sport helmet will be released? as i can see the C3 pro SRC new generation already there.
Aug 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, any one have an idea when the second generation will be released for the S2-Sport?, as the C3pro SRC system already have released.
Aug 12, 2015
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