Sena SM10 DIN Cable For Honda Gold Wing
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Sena SM10 DIN Cable For Honda Gold Wing

3.5mm Stereo Jack to 5 pin DIN Cable for Honda Gold Wing.

Approximately 9 inches long when coiled.

SC-A0121

3.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.3 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
5 Pin DIN Gold Wing 836090 SC-A0121 In Stock: Ships next business day

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A great surprise bonus for Goldwing riders looking at Bluetooth
I discovered this little gem after I made the decision to buy the SENA SMH10-11. It is a very simple and easy solution for a Goldwing rider who would like to go to Bluetooth headsets in order to talk to (non-CB / Goldwing) riders or passengers via bluetooth but also still want to listen to their integrated Goldwing electronics.

I believe SENA intends for this to be used with their Bluetooth transmitter http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-sm10-dual-stream-bluetooth-stereo-transmitter , and the cable is too short to use it as is, but by adding a female to female adapter and a 2 ft. 3.5MM stereo audio cable (or a 2 ft female to male cable) you can attach to SMH10 headset via the Aux port on the back of the helmet mounting plate. This enables me to listen to all of my Goldwing electronics with good sound quality via the helmet speakers. The only drawback is I can not transmit over the CB.

I was very happy just to find a simple and relatively inexpensive solution to maintaining use of my Goldwing electronics (except the CB) while moving to Bluetooth headsets.

One note of caution: I have not yet tried listening to my Goldwing electronics while using the intercom riding with my friends. I think this may be mutually exclusive, but I'm not sure.
July 19, 2013
Ride:
2002 Honda GL1800A Gold Wing ABS
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Good Connection but too short
This provides a good connection between my Goldwing and my Sena Bluetooth headset so I can use the Goldwings radio. It's only short coming is it's length, I wish the description would have included it's length, to effectively use it for what I want I also need to get another cable for some additional length. If you are going to use it to plug into a bluetooth transmitter it should work better.
May 7, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Does exactly wht it s supposed to do.
Plugs into Goldwing headset cord and seals tightly preventing moisture from getting into the connection.
September 30, 2013
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Good reviews
Guylan R on Nov 10, 2016
to attach to an st1100 with a factory valk cb radio will modify to use the cb functions.
William G on Jun 23, 2016
Good reviews
Guylan R on Nov 10, 2016
The only way to plug in my 2015 Goldwing for it to work.
wayne j on Jul 17, 2016
to attach to an st1100 with a factory valk cb radio will modify to use the cb functions.
William G on Jun 23, 2016
great option for j&m systems and bluetooth
cornell m on Feb 26, 2016
blue tooth for the goldwing
brad s on Dec 25, 2014
Connection from Goldwing to bluetooth
Richard K on Feb 24, 2014
I am fed up with j/m products they are only out for the cash and not upgrading their product to help the people that use them I have eliminated them for good and put all the things in the trash where they belonged in the first place. Money is not the issue it is quality and I have had enough of their so called quality.
Wendel M on Nov 28, 2013
Because I wanted to keep the functionality of the integrated audio system for my Goldwing
J. Luis V on Aug 9, 2013
The only way to plug in my 2015 Goldwing for it to work.
wayne j on Jul 17, 2016
great option for j&m systems and bluetooth
cornell m on Feb 26, 2016
Sena 3.5mm Stereo Jack to 5 Pin DIN Cable for Honda Goldwing. What does this cable do or what is the connection for? I know it connects to the Sena SR10 but what for? It seems nobody knows including Sena because they don’t describe it.
A shopper on Dec 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This plugs into the Goldwing Headset Cord on the 5 Pin DIN side and into the aux port on your SMH10 mounting plate on your helmet so you can listen to your integrated Goldwing audio system. Below is some of the content from a review I gave it some time back...

I discovered this little gem after I made the decision to buy the SENA SMH10-11. It is a very simple and easy solution for a Goldwing rider who would like to go to Bluetooth headsets in order to talk to (non-CB / Goldwing) riders or passengers via bluetooth but also still want to listen to their integrated Goldwing electronics.
I believe SENA intends for this to be used with their Bluetooth transmitter http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-sm10-dual-stream-bluetooth-stereo-transmitter , and the cable is too short to use it as is, but by adding a female to female adapter and a 2 ft. 3.5MM stereo audio cable (or a 2 ft female to male cable) you can attach to SMH10 headset via the Aux port on the back of the helmet mounting plate. This enables me to listen to all of my Goldwing electronics with good sound quality via the helmet speakers. The only drawback is I can not transmit over the CB.
I was very happy just to find a simple and relatively inexpensive solution to maintaining use of my Goldwing electronics (except the CB) while moving to Bluetooth headsets.
Where does this cable plug in to the sena smh10?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It connects to the mic boom bracket that attaches to the helmet. Not the smh10 itself. On the back side of the helmet bracket, just above the speaker wires is a rubber plug that will expose the stero audio plug. The DIN cable to too short. You will most likely need a short extension cable. And possibly a female-to-female adapter. Easily found that at radio shack.
can i use any blue tooth transmitter, or does it have to be the Sena?
Brian C on Jul 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't know for sure, however, the DIN cable has a standard 1/8th" stereo jack. It should work with any Bluetooth unit that has a standard 1/8" stereo jack input.
Will this work on the Sena SM20 too?
A C on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It will work with your Sena SM20. The only thing is the cord is way to short to reach the device. You would need to purchase a long patch cord to reach to your helmet.