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Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
  • Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack
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Sena 20 S Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack

The Sena 20S Motorcycle Bluetooth Communication System is the latest communication device from Bluetooth leaders, Sena. The Sena 20S features a staggering 1.5 mile range, advanced Bluetooth 4.0 and a built-in FM radio tuner. Stay in contact by calling hands-free on your Bluetooth phone, rock out to your favorite riding jams in stereo or listen to voice instructions of GPS navigators by Bluetooth wirelessly, all the while having conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motorcycle riders.

The 20S is a state-­of-­the-­art motorcycle and powersports Bluetooth communication system. The unit provides a sleek and aerodynamic design that offers a versatile jog dial that maximizes the ease of use for riders.

The Sena 20S features several industry firsts for the motorcycle Bluetooth communication headset market. Bluetooth 4.0 technology with dual Bluetooth communication modules increases the performance and reliability of the headset while also allowing for increased high definition audio quality. The advanced Audio Multitasking allows for a seamless blend of incoming and outgoing audio to create a mixed audio experience versus the traditional interruption based audio technology of other Bluetooth devices. The audio multitasking function creates the most close-to-natural audio sound while running multiple audio functions simultaneously and intelligently.

With the 20S, users can call hands­free with their Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigation by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other riders.


  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Industry first dual Bluetooth module communication system
  • Audio Multitasking advanced audio management of intercom, phone, music and FM radio
  • Advanced wind noise cancellation
  • Versatile bike-to-bike conference intercom
  • Intercom working distance up to 2km (1.5 miles) in open terrain
  • Universal intercom - intercom with other brand headsets
  • Built-in FM radio tuner with station scan and save function
  • All-in-one helmet clamp kit
  • HD crystal clear and natural sound quality
  • Quick Bluetooth Pairing
  • Intuitive voice prompts and commands
  • Water resistant for use in inclement weather
  • Bluetooth protocol support: HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP, PBAP
  • Remote control support
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Peace of mind - thanks to the two-year warranty

Bluetooth 4.0 and Dual Bluetooth:

  • The 20S is the industry’s first dual­ module Bluetooth communication system as well as the industry’s first Bluetooth 4.0 technology
  • Dual Bluetooth modules allow for increased flexibility of functions, performance, and reliability
  • Users can take advantage of simultaneous communication by running multiple applications (music, GPS, mobile phone, intercom) and seamlessly switching back and forth as needed
  • Audio multitasking is a new feature that replaces the previous interruption-based audio functions of past Bluetooth communication devices
  • The audio multitasking function creates the most close­-to-­natural audio sound while running multiple audio functions simultaneously and intelligently


  • HD quality voice allows for communication with more than five companions over a a distance up to 2.4 km or 1.5 miles
  • Intercom group management enables users to manage intercom participants by group
  • The intercom is “universal” allowing it to function seamlessly with Sena Bluetooth communication devices as well as other Bluetooth communication headsets in the market (with future firmware upgrades)
  • Advanced Noise Cancellation technology efficiently suppresses the wind noise from motorcycle riding without distorting original voice during intercom conversation

User Interface:

  • Intuitive voice commands have been built into the 20S to ensure riders can maintain hands free control while riding
  • Voice commands allow riders to operate functions such as intercom connections, mobile phone calls, music playback control and more
  • Motion sensor feature allows the pairing of Bluetooth devices with a simple shake of the units
  • NFC (Near Field Communication) allows users an instant setup process by dramatically decreasing the pairing time required for the phone and intercom

Clamp Mount:

  • All ­in one clamp allows for versatile helmet mounting systems for more flexible and easy to switch capabilities
  • Dual microphone - one inside the helmet for intercom function and the other on the clamp for listening to environmental sound without taking off the helmet
  • The dual microphone expands the use for the rider and continues to enhance their experience
  • Includes both wired and boom-style microphones


  • Talk time: 13 hours
  • Stand-by time: 10 days
  • Dimensions (main module): 94.7 mm x 48.3 mm x 25.5 mm (3.7 in x 1.9 in x 1.0 in)
  • Speakers: driver unit 36 mm – thickness 6.5 mm
  • Boom microphone length: 190 mm
  • Wire length between speakers: 555 mm
  • Weight(main module): 60 g (2.11 oz)
  • Audio Specs:
    • Built-in SBC Codec
    • Wide volume control
    • Sample rate: max. 48 kHz (DAC)
    • Built-in wide band Codec (HFP)
    • Sample rate: max 16 kHz
  • FM Radio
    • Built-in FM radio with RDS AF (Radio Data System Alternate Frequencies)
    • Radio region: worldwide
    • Radio frequency specifications: 64 ~ 108MHz
    • 10 preset station memory with automatic scan function
    • Radio on time: 8~10 hours

In the Box:

  • 2 Sena 20S Headset Main Unit
  • 2 Universal Helmet Clamp
  • 2 Wired Boom Microphone
  • 2 Wired Microphone
  • 2 Micro USB Power & Data Cable
  • 2 2.5 to 3.5 mm Audio Cable
  • 2 Cigarette Charger
  • 2 Glued Surface Mounting Adapter
  • 2 Rubber Pads
  • 2 Speaker Pads
  • 2 Velcro Pads for Speakers
  • 2 Velcro Pad for Boom Microphone
  • 2 Velcro Pad for Wired Microphone
  • 2 Allen Wrench



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Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack 4.2 5 76 76
Wouldn't go without it. I absolutely love having an intercom. It makes riding with other motorcycles that much easier and more enjoyable. This product is phenomenal. The sound quality is excellent it's a little pricey compared to some other systems out there but every dollar is going towards something totally worth it. If your on the fence about this thing I would say jump off and just buy it. April 20, 2015
Best in class I've used several motorcycle communication systems and the Sena 20S is absolutely the best currently on the market. I love that I can converse clearly with my wife while listening to music (shared or independent), and have the benefit of GPS navigation and voice-activated mobile calling, all at the same time in one device that I can use in multiple helmets. I haven't yet tried the multi-party group intercom function (mostly because my riding buddies don't have their own compatible Sena communicators), nor the ambient sound amplification mode, nor even the FM radio function, but what I've used so far, along with the excellent battery life, makes me very satisfied with my purchase. April 19, 2015
This product is easy to use, has nice features. Connection speed to the phone is amazing, and battery life is remarcable. I totally recomend the product. For me it has been a huge upgrade from the other brand I had previously on my other helmet. April 7, 2015
doesn't mount very easy on the shoei rf 1200 mounting was a pain to say the least.... it was my first time ever mounting a bluetooth headset. I'm use to wearing earbuds and the speakers just don't compare .... i would much rather of spent 500$ on something else April 2, 2015
Finally usable after upgrades A number of people have had usability issues with the 20S when they first purchased the unit. The current firmware you're asked to install is 1.3 and it has fixed a large number of issues associated with functionality limitations. The SENA app is decent at assisting with setting up group rides, and the sound quality of the device couldn't get much better. Note that these speakers are a little larger than most everything else on the market, and if you're hoping to fit these into the wells in your helmet, slight modifications may be required. Overall a great product, and makes the process of riding with others much more enjoyable. March 30, 2015
Awsome product Awsome product! Easy to use! Very clear! And so many great options! Deff worth the money! March 30, 2015
A Believer Will spend a few minutes on this for any older guys that have been down the in-helmet speaker/comms path, over the years and swore off it. It's been about a decade since I opened the wallet on anything that included in-helmet speakers. Every year for the last four or five, I try to do a long ride (week or two) with a couple of buddies who are tekkie nerds and, as nerds will, sport their Scala comms devices (all three of us are IT cats). They are newer riders (four or five years experience) and I'm the relatively crusty veteran. Any time the question, "why don't you..." I stopped them and let them know that I was installing speakers in helmets before there were cut outs in the foam and I'm not inclined to get suckered into another false prophecy of stereophonic and/or comms bliss. Fast forward to 2014. Out riding with my wife in NC and she low sides her Ninjette in a decreasing radius turn, somewhere in the mountains. While I was giving the obligatory hand signal indicating "keep your eyes up and ahead", she didn't see the sign, went in too hot and then, rather than looking up and out, tunnel visioned herself into the woods. (Broken hand, but nowhere as bad as it could have been). While I was running through the error chain that led to the catastrophic pilot error, one of the things that I couldn't shake was the thought that maybe I could have prevented said lowside if I'd been able to verbally communicate the difficulty of the curve, rather than relying on moto sign language. With that in mind, the Ninjette was sold, the Spyder was purchased and I ordered a Sena dual-set from Revzilla. Here's my take, 5K miles in: Packaging - The manufacturer does this right. Everything is in the box, you get extra parts and everything in the box is in it's own bag. Post-install (one Shoei modular and one HJC modular) I realized they did a nice job anticipating the variety of installs that are out there in the marketplace. So, A+ for planning. Instructions - Solid B+. One of the few bright spots of getting older is that you realize that being methodical pays big dividends, over the long run. Twenty three year old me would glance at the instructions and then plow ahead. At fifty, I read the instructions fully and then reference them while installing the gear. While they were pretty good, I had to do a couple of re-reads and head scratches on a couple of the notes. No biggy, but not an A. Install - On the Shoei (multi-tech), this was a total no-brainer. Everything was straight-forward and blew through it in less than 30 minutes, including the "old dude pre-read" thing I just referenced. On the HJC that was "bluetooth ready", it was a little more challenging to a) get the clamping mechanism positioned properly and b) fitting the speakers into the holes. HJC cut outs weren't a proper fit. Since I had the Shoei experience in my pocket, I still got it done in <30 minutes (another Shoei would have taken 10), but I'd say it's best to take your time and make sure you don't force things. Solid A on installation. (A thought: If I were getting a Sena and a helmet at the same time, I'd probably get a helmet that didn't have that bluetooth-ready compartment built in. Not sure) Operation - Based on the site reviews, I fully expected that the Bluetooth would be a hassle, voice operation would be unused and earbuds would be a must for what were sure to be sub par speakers. I must say, this is where I'm most pleasantly surprised. Bluetooth - Rock solid, straight forward and connects to my iPhone 6 + the first time and every time I've ridden with the Sena. Dowloaded their app and at this point, I'd say the Bluetooth operation is as good as the system in my CTS. Grade A. Earbuds/Aux connections - The first few times I rode, I connected an old iPod into the back jack and low-priced earbuds into the front jack (both on the base of the Sena). The best Deep Purple live from Japan experience I've had in years. When I swapped in some decent Bose earbuds, it was like riding with Richie Blackmore on the pillion. Actually, it was much better than that, since Richie was shredding his solos, but wasn't holding on to my belt and/or bumping up against me in turns. Easy A+. (this is the optimal configuration for traveling at hyper-speeds (90+ mph)). Speakers - Since I'm not an audio engineer, not exactly sure how this works, but I've found that with foam earplugs in and the ipod/iphone cranked with the Sena volume cranked, I can enjoy music. Take out the plugs and it is miserable sounding, but put them in and the sound improves to the point where I was fine in my usual 60-80 mph highway ride. This is so refreshing as anyone who does long rides knows. The ability to enjoy tunes without earbuds in for 500 miles is really nice. While the music quality isn't as good, it is good enough and less hassle than plugging in earbuds with the wires, etc. I find that Pandora on the i6+ blue-toothed to the speakers with foam earplugs is a great, low hassle solution. Since no speakers in a helmet are going to be perfect, I'm giving this an A grade. (Note: As I already mentioned, I'm >50. I ride an old man's Ninja (Concours 14 with electric windscreen (with a Cee Bailey's aftermarket shield)), but the music is still decent with the windscreen in the full down (max wind) setting. Voice Commands - You tap the unit with your left hand and you get to speak with Sena. I haven't mastered the tap yet (sometimes I get Sena and sometimes she just tries to initiate intercom because I whacked the button), but when I get it right, the voice commands work like a champ. Note: All that good stuff I said about the music from the speakers with foam ear plugs? Downside is that sometimes you cannot hear Ms. Sena to interact via voice. Phone - All the comments on audio and bluetooth carry over to phone conversations. Mic works and while I don't do a lot of calls from my helmet, the ones I've done progressed flawlessly. Unit is sturdy, you have back ups and options in the box and everything works as advertised. In practice - Rode around Big Bend National Park with my wife on her machine and me on mine. The intercom was excellent within the line-of-sight horizon and because we were both behind relatively decent wind protection, very little unplanned activation from wind noise. I also appreciated the fact that it automatically picks the partner until back up on intercom, when it recognizes both units are inside the useable range. Needless to say, I'm a believer. This product is pricey, but I'm really digging it. Also, I'd say this is a must have capability for those of you playing rider/coach with a new or low experience rider, especially loved ones. March 27, 2015
Best System Out there I use this with my iPod(Bluetooth) and Android phone (BLuetooth) and with my Dre Beats headphones. The speakers it comes with are OKAY. Nothing an audiophile would tolerate, and depending on your bike and helmet it will be difficult to hear at high speeds. With the earbud option its absolute magical, and thats the main reason I got this system. Besides the fact i can have intercom convo's with my music lightly overlay-ed in the background, seameless phone calls..its a must. March 23, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
C B: excellent price Apr 26, 2015
Richard S: I ordered this based on the reviews and features. Hope the wife is happy with it! Apr 23, 2015
Kenneth L: Great reviews. Cardo performance not keeping up with industry standards. Apr 20, 2015
M I: Because all features included. Apr 20, 2015
Micheal S: So I could easily talk with my wife who rides pillion with me and we could hear GPS directions from our Garmin Nav V Apr 13, 2015
John T: I have run with these for some months now, having split the pack with a buddy so we can communicate while riding. They work well as an intercom. I also frequently listen to music around town, streaming from my phone via Bluetooth and it works like it should for this. The FM radio reception is not good in most places, even the big city. Apr 6, 2015
Peter G: Feedback from friends said this was one of the best around Apr 6, 2015
mark h: I am new to motorcycling and having a communications system with the wife seems to make sense. Also, if she gets her own bike in the future communicating hazards in the road is important to me. My work requires I be plugged into the world at times, so the Bluetooth connectivity has appealed to me as well. I hope this product works as advertised and that the firmware updates are continually improving the 20s. If I ride with a group in the future having the sena will enhance the experience. Apr 2, 2015
Inderjeet S: because i like it-------
Apr 2, 2015
Olan H: Rating and reviews Mar 31, 2015
Martin B: decided to get the dual pack for when my wife want to ride along. She can listens to her radio and I can listen to mine and still talk to each other when needed. Mar 31, 2015
Lawrence W: I have used these while riding with family and the worked great. Only problem was we only had 1 pair of Sena headsets and 3-4 riders. It made a really big difference when we had to stop or making plans on the fly. Get phone calls if you want that come in really clear. Only thing about that is unless you have a visual on your phone you don't know who is calling.. I have not yet experienced the use of listening to the music, so I am looking forward to using this product a lot more. Mar 28, 2015
Scott P: I had chatter boxes had issues and wanted change. Mar 19, 2015
Will A: Wanted good Bluetooth communication device Mar 16, 2015
Matt F: Our Scala Rider G9 Powerset is unreliable. Mar 11, 2015
Robert H: Hours of research. Hope it works like they said. Mar 7, 2015
Richard K: a fiend recommended them. Mar 2, 2015
Charles M: Quality, great reviews. Price Mar 1, 2015
Chris Z: The versatility it provides for multiple Bluetooth devices and its sound quality Feb 28, 2015
Scott R: There are many choices for Bluetooth communicators. Sena seems to being continually improving this product with software upgrades. Feb 27, 2015
Daniel D: To use with my gps, and be able to communicate with friends while riding. Feb 26, 2015
Michael C: Andy from RevZilla was very helpful in my decision making...great professional attitude. Thanks Andy!! Feb 25, 2015
Andrew R: it seems if you can imagine it... they do it.... mulitiple riders... long reach.... access phone.... use two functions at once... even hopefully talk with guys that have other brands....LOVE the APP accessibility ! Feb 23, 2015
david b: Reviews were very positive. Price was competitive and I've done business with RevZilla before, always been a positive. Feb 23, 2015
R I: Reviews were good and I wanted the top of the line com system. Also the phone app was a nice addition. Feb 22, 2015
Exiquio U: It had great reviews and i like the way it was presented in the video. Feb 20, 2015
John L: Reviews online. Feb 15, 2015
James B: After doing research this is the best I've found. I hope to use the intercom with friends. Feb 10, 2015
Mark I: impressed with the sound quality Jan 23, 2015
Jared W: Good systems and the 20s has sufficient new features to make it worth the extra. Can't beat the price either. Jan 2, 2015
Ed B: Reviews and technology. Jan 1, 2015
Ron C: Looks like the best on the market at this time. Dec 31, 2014
MICHAEL G: Want to be able to listen to music and talk while riding with my wife. Dec 28, 2014
C U: Very best headset for the Money!. Dec 27, 2014
M A: Its one of the most preeminent communicators on the market Dec 7, 2014
Thomas C: Debated between Scala G9X and Sena 20 for months, and after vetting both products thoroughly chose the Sena for it's ability to multi task. I believe, based on other riders personal feedback and public information, both Scala and Sena's latest units have some significant challenges to overcome in design. Just could not wait another year or more of riding for them to improve their products. Holiday pricing also helped me give this toy a higher priority! Dec 7, 2014
Glen S: I chose the 20S over the SMH10 for upgraded features, even though several reviews noted the durability is not the best. Yet. I have hopes that SENA reputation is earned, and not just a bunch of hype. Dec 5, 2014
samer s: PERFECT PRODUCT Nov 28, 2014
Danny G: Compared with Scala and found better features. Nov 22, 2014
John H: Excellent connectivity amazing features... but mostly because my wife and I like to talk to each other. The noise cancellation is almost magic. Nov 17, 2014
Kenneth W: Talk time, multitude of functions, ease of operation. Nov 13, 2014
Christopher W: needed to communicate with passngers Nov 13, 2014
Kristopher E: Video review, features Nov 7, 2014
virgil V: the great reviews on YouTube from the older Sena systems, was deciding factor Oct 23, 2014
Gustavo P: I have one pair Oct 4, 2014
John B: Upgrading from SMH10 and wanted the additional features and improved functionally. Sep 29, 2014
S E: Newest, best technology (as of September 24, 2014) Sep 25, 2014
Harvey H: I have friends that ride a Cam Am and I have a Goldwing and we cannot communicate with each other and we are going on a Trip and we do need to communicate. I discussed this product with them and they enjoy it., Sep 20, 2014
J F: referred by another rider Sep 11, 2014
william b: I originally ordered this from the Sena website but has been on back order for two months so far and $50 more. From the factory store!!

Revzilla is the best.................
Sep 5, 2014
John H: I chose this unit after spending a few days researching. I really was more interested in another brand, but there were too many negative comments on many different forums. Sep 2, 2014
Max Z: Full duplex conversations and will allow me to play music and talk at the same time (music is muted when speaking, then comes back immediately when no longer speaking). Sep 1, 2014
Matt G: Revzilla has made a customer for LIFE with me! They price matched a competitor and I earned $20 in zillacash off my next order. These guys are GREAT. Some of the guys have the SMH 10 and I wanted the new version with better features like the app and increased distance. Aug 29, 2014
M I: To talk with the people in my head more easily Aug 20, 2014
William B: I've been using the SMH-10 for the past two years and I absolutely love using it. After a helmet was stolen, I needed to purchase a replacement so I went in with a friend on this 20s dual pack. I really like the updated looks and they have made a lot of smart improvements--like the ability to pair more riders, the smartphone app, or moving the charging port to the bottom of the device which should help keep water out. Aug 11, 2014
JAMES G: Sena is supposed to be the best and this also was up to date with the Bluetooth 4.0. Aug 9, 2014
Thomas P: time to replace old autocom Aug 9, 2014
Nenad M: Company has highly rated products, and I wanted their newest headset. There are reported kinks, but Sena has dealt with these quickly in the past, so not worried. Aug 7, 2014
Steve H: Currently using CB, but want to go wireless. I understand these have great range for Bike-to-Bike Aug 6, 2014
RODRIGO N: Compatibility to my friends systems. Aug 5, 2014
Robert M: I need a communication system that can multi-task (phone-GPS-music & PTP). Reviews seem generally favorable, so... Jul 30, 2014
J I: I've been very happy with the Sena 10 units, but wanted the range and other features upgrade of the 20s. Jul 28, 2014
Kim S: Good reviews of it working with my Iphone and Garmin GPS Jul 25, 2014
Tom K: This product received very favorable reviews in a motorcycle magazine. My wife and I have custom earbuds and this is the only BT headset I know of that accepts a speaker jack. Jul 24, 2014
Sandra P: Revzillas 2014 review on youtube Jul 24, 2014
Laura M: So tired of being wired to our Harley's Jul 24, 2014
Sandro R: Reviews and reputation Jul 23, 2014
Hien T: I needed something to communicate with my passenger and other riders. Jul 19, 2014
Jim F: Best bluetooth motorcycle communication setup on the market today. Especially like bike-to-bike, and smart phone calling features. Jul 17, 2014
Tommy T: great reviews Jul 13, 2014
Dean R: My friend has a set of the sena 10 and he likes them. I wanted the ability to communicate with my fellow riders while utilitzing my smart phone for music and making and receiving phone calls. The 20s was the latest and greatest out, so that is why i went with it. we'll see how good it works! Jun 4, 2014
Shannon S: Latest version of a market leader with great performance, looks, options, and great track record of quality, support, and innovation. Happy to support Sena AND Revzilla! Jun 2, 2014
Richard G: Great prices and I like getting Zilla cash for my purchases. Win - win! May 28, 2014
Keith T: Very attractive features. May 23, 2014
Kirill S: Needed a set of Bluetooth intercom to talk to my buddy and not bother looking at the gps at the same time. Did not want to settle for anything but the best. May 20, 2014
Dora J: U-tube and hopefully it will commutate with my GPS and I Phone together . May 10, 2014
Victoria S: Compatibility with other brands of helmet intercoms. Apr 15, 2014
Ã?ystein T: I want the "state of the art" products ordered from "the state of the art" online shop!! Apr 15, 2014
A S: Decision to purchase a Sena product was based on recommendation from others who own Sena units. I wanted the Sena 20s headset for my wife and I because I wanted the updated technology and features of the 20s Apr 5, 2014
Kimberly O: Sena is top company for Bluetooth with customer satisfaction for performance (yes, I did my homework).
Battery Life is very important, sound, reliable and performance between two utmost important. The range
of 1.5 miles between radios is great. Also, software updates important along with UPS battery charging
important, too. This is their new flagship product that includes FM radio, too. MANY POSITIVES !!!
Mar 13, 2014
Rob L: I like this because the previous model was highly reviewed and this model features the newest Bluetooth technology Mar 3, 2014
Chad R: It's the most technologically advanced motorcycle Bluetooth solution on the market today. Mar 2, 2014
Doug C: I like the idea of being able to link with other riders using Scala systems and I also like the option of using either earbuds or the in helmet speakers. Can't wait to try this system. Jan 12, 2014
Weldon W W: Revzilla reviews on Sena products & 20S interoperability teaser Jan 5, 2014
Paul J: The Sena S10 on the web seemed to beat all the other competition in the high end Blue Tooth market except for the Cardo G9; where after exhaustive internet research it was a tie with the SMH10 having better sound and the G9 having a built in radio. With the new Sena adding a radio option and the jump to blue tooth 4.0 (4.0 adds multi-point intercom and extended bike to bike range) the choice was obvious. Dec 4, 2013
A shopper asked: How many units can be paired in full duplex? I ride with 4 others (5 in total) and interphone f5 xt is the only one to state it will do 6 riders in full duplex. Can sena 20s do 5 in full duplex?
Feb 8, 2014
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A S: Sena got back to us. They say up to 8 in full duplex. Feb 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the 20s pair to others with the SMH10? Jun 14, 2014
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Kim C: I haven't received my pair yet.

Because these are new model, Sena pushed back the production date a couple of times. They are scheduled to ship in late June.

Sena tech support is very prompt in answering questions. You should ask them. I can't imagine why they would not pair up with a previous model.

Jun 14, 2014
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Emily L: Hi, the 20S hasn't shipped yet so I cannot say for certain however, according to the marketing material the Sena 20s is actually the first product that will pair even with other brands so I'm guessing it will also pair with the 10s. Jun 14, 2014
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Mike S: Yes, it is supposed to. I have not been able to try yet as the 20s has been back-ordered and delayed since May.
Jun 16, 2014
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Dean R: dont know, i wasnt able to receive the headsets due to back order and i cancelled my order. Jun 17, 2014
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Kelly K: They are suppose to. Still waiting for the 20S to ship to try it out for sure! Jun 14, 2014
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j d: Sena says it will. Jun 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it bluetooth 3.0 backward compatible? My cell phone must be Bluetooth 4.0 or can it be 3.0 as well? Jun 17, 2014
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A S: Great question! Bluetooth 4.0 is backwards compatible, meaning the new 20S will work with your phone that uses the older 3.0 specification. Jul 27, 2014
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victor c: they havea free down load for this one it is 5.0 and my phone works great on it Jun 20, 2014
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Rebecca S asked: Does the 20S have automatic gain control? Apr 10, 2014
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Jang J: No. 20S does not have automatic gain control. Jul 2, 2014
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Mike S: Sorry, I can't answer yet as it has been delayed until May. Apr 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there or will there be an iPhone app for the Sena 20S? Apr 6, 2014
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julian v: Yeah now the moved it to mid June. They moved the date twice this year Apr 23, 2014
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Kim C: I pre-ordered this unit for an April/May availablity. I don't have the product yet but Sena tech support is very good about answering questions quickly. Apr 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Sena 20S Dual Pack come with all 3 types of Microphones, ie Static Boom, Wired Boom, and Wired Microphone? and Quantity 2 of each as well? Dec 18, 2014
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kevin r: Yes it comes with all three with the Static Boom Microphone installed; I had to remove it to use the Wired Microphone on my full-face helmet which seems to work fine (although, as you might expect, it works less well with greater wind noise. Dec 18, 2014
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Rob L: Yes the box contains microphones for each style inside Dec 18, 2014
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THOMAS H: Yes comes with all mic,s for both headsets. Dec 18, 2014
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Trevor R: It does come with a pair of all three. Dec 18, 2014
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Paul R: Yes it comes with two of each Dec 18, 2014
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Richard Z: Yes. It works quite well. Dec 18, 2014
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John W: Yes, it does. Dec 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the sena 20s dual pack come with mounts for both? And a charger for each?
Cheers mate
Sep 27, 2014
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Doug C: Yes both have USB chargers and cig adaptors for both. Unfortunately they don't come with an AC wall plug so you will need to pick up a USB / AC wall plug separately. Sep 28, 2014
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Gordon W: Yes. It is the same as ordering two separate units, you get two of everything except there is only one manual. Sep 27, 2014
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Britton R: Yes, the kit is two COMPLETE 20s' units with all accessories for both. Sep 28, 2014
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Emily L: Yep, it's a true double pack! Sep 28, 2014
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Richard G: Yes and yes. Sep 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the Sena water proof, if riding in the rain? Aug 11, 2014
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David M: It is not. Sena markets it as water resistant. I can't put a URL in this comment section, but go to their product page and you can see: "Water resistant for use in inclement weather". Not waterproof.

I used my SMH10 all day in the rain (behind a fairly substantial), and it has the same type of USB rubber cover and mounting system. I didn't have any problems. Searching the web, some folks have had trouble when really testing the water resistance.
Aug 12, 2014
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kevin r: It's supposed to be weather protected, and wouldn't be very useful if not. There are rubber covers over power & aux inputs; just have to remember to keep the covers tightly sealed after charging. So far, it hasn't rained hard enough this summer to know for certain sure. But I'll be riding with it in the rain and hope it is! Aug 11, 2014
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Nathan B: The Sena 20S is weatherproof per Sena; meaning it can withstand dust and rain drops but not a full submerging under water. I have personally rode in heavy rain for over 2 hours and steady rain for 8 hours with my Sena unit attached to my helmet without any issue. Is it waterproof? Subjective. Aug 11, 2014
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Greg B: We rode in the rain going to Sturgis South Dakota. Never had a problem. Can't say I would put it in a tub of water,but it did well in the rain showers we got caught in . To be honest I never thought about it,it worked well rain or shine. Aug 12, 2014
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Alexander W: The manual (page 60) says to keep the product dry and away from water. It may damage the product.
I haven't exposed the 20S to any rain - based on that statement in the manual, I plan on keeping it dry.
Hope this helps...
Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I use this on a 3/4 helmet? Feb 23, 2015
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Kim C: The mounting hardware is universal. On a 3/4 helmet , the issue you will have is wind noise from the mic during intercom sessions. The intercom function is easily switched on and off with a push of the dial on the side of the unit so you won't have to listen to the wind all the time. One negative is that the intercom is not voice activated; when it's on it's on, ergo the wind noise unless you switch it off. This will not disable the Bluetooth music streaming.

I highly recommend this unit. I am still learning many of the available functions.
Feb 26, 2015
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ROBERT L: Yes. I have the original dual pack installed on RX-Qs (full face) and bought the mounting kit for use on my Bell Custom 500 (open face). Works fine on both. Wired, thin mic on full face and boom mike attached to mount on open face. Apr 2, 2015
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A S: That's what I use it on....it has three variations for the mike setup Feb 25, 2015
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thomas m asked: im looking for Bluetooth device but im torn between the sena 20s and the f5mc. any thoughts ? Dec 10, 2014
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A s: I don't have any experience with the f5mc but I've been using the 20s for about 5 months. I've had generally a good experience - my riding buddy has the sena 10 and we connect easily and seamlessly. i bought a 2pack and put one in my girlfriends helmet. I can use the intercom, share music and use my nav program all at once, although the nav voice prompts can get drowned out by the other two at times. I believe sena addressed that in the latest upgrade but I haven't used it this month.

I've had some trouble at times with connections that fail - but I've found a quick reboot sets it right.

As far as performance - I've been on the telephone on the highway at 65 or higher and the person on the other end of the phone has no idea I'm calling from my bike.

I'm happy with the sena 20 - just bought 2 more as Christmas gifts.
Dec 10, 2014
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Yeshe P: Another feature that might be a selling point for the 20s is the jogdial and voice command feature. You can tap the unit and issue voice commands like launch apps/play music, play fm radio, speed dial, etc. The jogdial is easy to use especially if you have gloves on.

Also, with my android phone I can use the app to program the unit and add things like speed dial, FM radio stations, update the firmware, access the reference manual, etc.
Dec 10, 2014
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Yeshe P: I purchased the 20s dual pack to share with a buddy, and another clamp kit for my other helmet. It works great, no complaints.

I don't have experience with the F5MC, but spec wise, the key differences would probably be the Bluetooth version (low power usage capability in BT v.4) and weather resistance of the unit

20s, bluetooth 4.0, 'weather resistant'
F5MC, bluetooth 3.0, IP67 rating which is more rugged.
Dec 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: hi Im Mac. Im looking into getting the 20s dual pack or the interphone f5mc any advice ether way would be appreciate? Dec 10, 2014
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Newton P: Hi Mac,
I have been using the dual Sena 20s since May and have been very happy with it. I normally do not ride with others, therefore I have no experience with the group intercom. However, my wife and I are having a blast when we ride together 2 up. The duplex mode really works very well. Both of us listen to our own music, talk among ourselves and have our phones also connected. On top of everything I stil have the GPS paired and working very well. Some friends have the Interphone and I can't compare as they can't have the same amount of pairings like the Sena does. The Sena is the only one that will allow you to have 3 devices (phone, gps and bike) plus the intercom. Besides the Sena customer service is second to none. I would go with the Sena.
Dec 10, 2014
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Robin J: I have the Sena 20 dual pack. I have been very impressed with it overall. I paired it to my Iphone and the clarity is amazing. My one complaint is that I have been unable to pair it to my Ipod as a secondary device. Fairly easy to operate. The radio portion does not have great signal pick up capabilities. It is an excellent communication device though I feel the distances or bike to bike communication are exaggerated. Dec 10, 2014
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Joe M: I have the Sena 20s and think they're great. My son uses one of them and he's had trouble with the connection being lost. It ias apparently a known issue and he's in the process of exchange/repair. Feb 1, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which sena device lets you hear the same music that the driver is hearing at the same time or is it another product name thanks? Jul 26, 2014
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THOMAS H: The 20s will do that.. I just purchased a dual 20s set and am simply amazed at how well they work. I am in Gatlinburg TN this weekend as I write this and the wife and I used them for the last 2 days and really are impressed. I talked to her at 95 mph and could still understand her....music is perfect sounds excellent. My hats off to Sena..Well time to get on the FJR and do dinner. .... Jul 26, 2014
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Gregorio B: The mechanism is called music sharing, and it is built in the sena 20s. Once you have paired the second headset, and once you establish a two-way intercom, you can share the music by pressing the jog dial until it beeps three times. Read page 29 on the user manual if you have doubts.;-) Jul 29, 2014
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j d: I believe the 20S will allow one wired devise per headset. But if the devise has bluetooth than both headsets can listen to the same music from the one devise. Jul 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking to by sena 20s. however I have a question. We are going on a trip and we have four bikes and one car. How will sena communicate as 2 way for the car? Jan 24, 2015
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A S: The person in the car could use a Sena SPH10 unit. As far as the communication it should all be the same as long as he's in range. Jan 25, 2015
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Robin J: You can plug a headset or earbuds in. The mike will have to be hand held though unless you can clamp the Sena to headphones.. Jan 24, 2015
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Peter J asked: If I have the SENA 20S and my buddies have other bluetooth headsets is it correct to say you can have up to 8 in full duplex? not mattering what SENA model they have e.g. SENA SMH10R...because my understanding is that model is limited to 4 in full duplex..Just don't want anybody missing out if we ride with 5 or more thanks! Dec 31, 2014
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Eric R: I didn't know the answer so I asked my friend who had the 20S before I bought the two pack. This was his response...

" Pretty sure the 20S supports up to 8 headsets but that doesn't mean a lower model will. Tell him his buddy needs to upgrade :) "
Dec 31, 2014
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Mike P: I have not tried with more than 3 in a group yet. Sorry I can not snswer Dec 31, 2014
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ARUN KUMAR B asked: Does this fit to schuberth c3 pro? Dec 2, 2014
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Kim C: The mounting system is pretty universal. It is basically a clamp device with foam padding that squeezes the helmet shell. There is plenty of slack for a variety of thicknesses.

I mounted mine to two HJC modular Symax III type helmets with no issues.

Works great! I highly recommend this unit.
Dec 5, 2014
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A S: Sorry I don't know if it will fit your helmet....I'm putting it in a Nolan N44 Dec 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: How does the Sena 20S work with Snowmobile Helmets? Will it still clamp on - ok? Not sure how motorcycle helmets compare.
How does it handle in the extreme cold? Thank you!
Oct 31, 2014
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Sandro R: I've never seen a snowmobile helmet. It depends on how you can separate the liner from the outer shell, and even then, you can just glue it to the outside shell if you prefer (it comes with double sided taped for that). I have the same motorcycle helmet as this guy, AGV Corsa, he didn't want to shove the clamp in between the shell and the innermost liner (it's hard), but it's doable. The innermost liner in most cases is just softly glued for finish purposes, I believe, so no big deal shoving the thin clamp part to it. Nov 16, 2014
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Rob L: I'm sure you won't have a problem clamping to a snowmobile helmet. The attachment is quite secure when it is put on and the quality construction should hold up well in extreme temperatures. The controls work well when wearing gloves as well.

I hope this helps
Nov 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the 20S able to hook up to a UHF or VHF walkie talkie(to boost range)? Sep 1, 2014
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Kim C: The manual states that you can pair the 20s with the SR10 two-way radio adapter.(Another gizmo to buy;-) The manual is available for download at the Sena website, so you can review the procedure.

Sep 1, 2014
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Jeffrey L: Yes, but you need to purchase the SR10 adapter for two-way radios. Sep 1, 2014
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Glenn G asked: Is the Sena waterproof, if riding in the rain? Aug 11, 2014
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Weldon W W: Reading the questions/answers on the Sena Technologies Help Desk, after having a search 4 "waterproof", I would venture the unit is water resistant. If it's raining hard, I'd find some shelter. In a lighter rain, My guess the water would blow off due 2 wind. Unit is 2 new 4 a lot of feedback. If I had 2 ride 4 a distance in moderate rain, I'd disconnect unit & make sure helmet connector was dry B4 I reconnected unit. MHO Aug 11, 2014
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Gordon W: I just went through a heavy downpour for about 1/2 hour today with no problems. This was my only experience with it in the rain but so far so good... Aug 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in the Sena 20s...do you know if it has an adapter so I can switch between helmets easily? I believe I also read that this will not work with half helmets? Jun 4, 2014
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Marc R: I am pretty sure that there are additional mounting brackets for easy change helmet to helmet. I also asked about half helmet usage and a well informed CSR recommended the Sena SMH 10 for half helmets. The units are already in ear pieces that attach to your half helmet and sync with many other communicators. I am in the same boat and will likely get both so I can have the freedom of helmet usage. Ride safe and keep tge shiny side up!! Jun 4, 2014
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Marc R: Oops! Update...as Hung mentioned above, the Sena SPH10 or 10FM is the better choice for half helmets. I will likely get both unless I can find a creative way to mount the 20S. I believe it can be done with earbuds or the ear cover inserts for half helmets if the mic Boom is mounted to the earflap like on the SPH10. Could be fun but I don't want to ruin it...too spendy for that! Lol. Jun 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this product attach easily to a half helmet or will I have to purchase some sort of add-on? May 3, 2014
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Hung W: The 20S is just like Sena's SMH10. It can be mounted on most helmets in under a minute. Some helmets (like Nolan's N104 modular helmet) require modification to the plastic mold of the neck roll in order to allow the clamp to work. Some users use industrial strength outdoor rated double-sided foam tape (from 3M and the like) to mount the headset rather than modifying their helmet.

If your helmet doesn't cover your ears, then neither the SMH10 or 20S would readily work for you. These systems are designed to go into full face or modular helmets where the speakers can be tucked behind the liner. What you will need is something like the Sena SPH10H (or SPH10H-FM with built in FM tuner) Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets. They are available here on RevZilla.
May 18, 2014
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James W: I haven't received to headset yet so i cant answer, sorry May 3, 2014
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Dino N asked: Does anyone know if there are any issues with fitting the speakers into the ear holes of a Shoei RF1200? Feb 19, 2015
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JASON C: They for perfect in my GT-Air and Qwest. Feb 19, 2015
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Yu H asked: I am considering to purchase this product. I am wondering if this product will fit with my Schuberth J1 and Noland N43 Trilogy helmets. Can you describe how this product will fit, i.e., how to and where to mount this to these helmets?

Appreciate your help!
Nov 5, 2014
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Dora J: It comes with instructions. slide it between the cushion and the shell. Nov 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking to finally replace my 1st generation Cardo and I have been reading up on 3 types of Bluetooth headsets. The Interphone F5MC claims to play the selected ring tones for specific contacts on your mobile device. This supposedly would work if you have contacts with unique ring tones assigned on you mobile device when the call comes in. Instead of a generic beep, you hear that ringtone unique to the contact. Does the Sena S20 have this feature too? Jul 11, 2014
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Kennith B: I just received my new Sena 20 S, and I'm still learning about all the features, but it does definitely play different ring tones assigned on your phone. It is a very nice system, I made a phone call while riding and my wife couldn't tell I was on the freeway at the time. Jul 12, 2014
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Charles H asked: Can you use ear buds instead of speakers with this system? I would like to use custom ear pieces to cancel noise and still have full capability. May 16, 2014
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Kyle H: Yes, this model has an integrated headphone jack. It also has a button for ambient mode, so if you want to hear environmental noise while wearing earbuds you can do so. Ambient mode uses a mic on the outside of the unit to capture environmental noise and feeds it through to your earbuds or helmet speakers. May 21, 2014
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merle w asked: I have tork x pro speakers in my helmet with direct to phone ear bud type plug, will this plug into sena 20s unit ? Apr 18, 2014
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Jang J: Yes Jul 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am considering getting this S-20 when it hits the market since I have never had a com system before. I have been asking around and I have heard that the volume level of the headset is not loud enough to enjoy your music linked via bluetooth to the headset. Does anyone have thoughts on that? Mar 31, 2014
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CATHERINE C: All the reviews I've read say that the senna 20 is an excellent product. However it has not been released yet so I don't have any direct experience. From another website:Re: SENA 20S (THE NEW ONE)
Well *^#@! I just bought an SMH10 over Christmas only to find out that this new model seems to have addressed the volume problem that some have talked about. My radar detector comes in strong at any speed, but over 70mph music starts to get hard to hear well. From Sena's website :

"The 20S audio system is redesigned for high-definition (HD) quality audio that provides crystal clear, natural sound quality, and is integrated with an audio booster providing sufficient sound level for noisy environments."
Hope that helps.
Mar 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the Sena 20s communicate with the C3Pro Audio from Shuburth? I ride with 2 people who have that product which will dictate my choice..Thanks Mar 19, 2014
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Sena B: The 20S will include the Universal Intercom feature that will allow it to communicate with other non-Sena headsets. However, it is limited to being paired with one non-Sena headset. Mar 20, 2014
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Rob L asked: Can you charge the Bluetooth on the bike while using it? Mar 8, 2014
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Sena B: Yes. As with all other Sena headsets, it can be in use while it is charging. Mar 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this system allow for talking to a pillion and talk to a mobile phone.. The problem I have with the current model is wind and not been allow to have the phone linked via Bluetooth, because it cuts out the passenger... So my question, can I have the phone Bluetooth to the system and still be able to talk to the pillion? Feb 1, 2014
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Steve H: Yes it will. I am using the SMH-10 NOW and it will also perform these functions very nicely. The new Sena 20S will also pair with other brands of headsets and is supposed to have an extended range for Intercom communication with other riders.

I hope this e-mail question means my order has been filled and my new Sena 20S headsets are on their way?

Have fun and ride safe,

Steve Hall Streetmasters Motorcylce Workshops- Instructor
Feb 1, 2014
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Cedric S asked: Does the Dual Pack come with a single charger or two chargers? Jan 3, 2014
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Nicholas B: T W O Jan 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the 20S fit on my shark evoline helmet and still allow me to open and close the chin bar? Jun 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I've never use this kind of system, just want to ask for such a bike to bike communication, is it able to talk with hand free? I mean, when you turn on the headset and link it between you and your friend, and when you drive a bike, you just talk and the other will be able to listen without the need of pushing a button like using a radio?

Also is it allows both to talk at the same time?

May 12, 2014
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Hung W: The 20S is essentially an update to Sena's very popular SMH10. It will have all the functionality of that older unit, plus enhanced features. The SMH10 manual is available as a free download from Sena's website (the 20S manual is not yet available).

The first feature you are talking about is called VOX (for Voice activiation), and is standard on most motorcycle headsets (including the SMH10 & the new 20S). Yes, the 20S will permit handsfree (no button pushing) communication between paired headsets in intercom mode. The second feature you are talking about is called Duplex (simplex would be send or receive, duplex is simultaneous send and receive). The 20S will allow up to 8 headsets to be paired in full duplex, as well as having extended range compared to the SMH10.
May 18, 2014
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Mike S: Hi,

it is supposed to be hands free but I haven't tried it yet because it is back-ordered till June of 2014.

May 12, 2014
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Kim C: This is a new model that has not been released for distribution yet unit June. I pre-ordered the unit based on Sena's previous model reviews. I have never used a blue-tooth intercom before either.

Good Luck
May 12, 2014
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Weldon W W: Itz really hard to answer a question about a product that has NOT been released by the manufacturer. Recent communications revised 20s shipping date moved back from APR to MAY. Expecting that date to change again. May 12, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Sena 20S Bluetooth Headset - Dual Pack 934507 20S01D/20S-01D In Stock: Ships within 24 hours