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Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter
The SM10 is a Bluetooth stereo audio adapter based on Bluetooth 2.1+EDR technology. You can connect various audio devices such as mobile phone or MP3 player by using the SM10. It also supports onboard audio systems of specific brands by using optional audio cables (sold separately). Along with the dual streaming feature of SM10, both you and your passenger may listen to the same music or radio at the same time by using Bluetooth headsets in the market. The SM10 has AUX audio input that enables you to connect additional non-Bluetooth audio devices such as radar/laser detector or GPS navigation.
Though the Sena SM10 is an excellent solution for transmitting audio from an auxiliary device to your Bluetooth headset, please note that it is not a Bluetooth communicator for two-way communications.
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CHARLES H: I have the Sena smh10 bluetooth headsets and this transmitter is the perfect solution to have the prewired radio and GPS on the Goldwing transmit directly to both of the headsets via bluetooth.Jun 11, 2015
Scot W: I want my music streamed to me and my "bitch" in stereo from my Harley system via wireless Sierra-MC cradle that broadcasts with a SMH10 module. Also have add-in hardware module HDPDPLUS2 iPod interface for connecting my iPhone music integrated into the Harley (Roda Glide Ultra 2013) radio. So now I have two options to listen to my play lists, through the system or through the Sena headsets.Jun 10, 2015
Steve W: there are no other alternates - its simple and just works.May 23, 2015
Daniel A: Dunno. still can't gt it to work.May 22, 2015
Timothy T: This item is the perfect choice because I already own the mag 9 helmets and communication,this will work very well on my 2003 gold wing.Aug 22, 2014
Carroll P: To connect blue tooth to my HarleyMay 12, 2014
Jerry K: I ride with a Midland 2-way radio and helmet headset and I've had it with broken wires. No more wires.Apr 5, 2014
Stanley B: seem like good price. will buy more items after i see how good this works.Apr 4, 2014
Rob L: Sena recommended this item to allow my Gold Wing to go bluetoothMar 3, 2014
Richard K: Wanted to make my Golwing all bluetoothFeb 24, 2014
glenn b: so that I can use two way communications into and out of 2014 Harley Ultra ClassicFeb 21, 2014
Harry M: to connect with audio on my goldwingJan 16, 2014
James M: The ability to share the on board radio Bluetooth with the passenger was the primary reason to purchase. This also allowed control of the Bluetooth volume with the bike's radio that was non adjustable except through the headset before. Much better volume to overcome wind noise and ear protectors.Dec 16, 2013
David W: I purchased the transmitter to send XM radio signal to my Sena Bluetooth head sets when riding my GS. I am spoiled to the audio system on my Goldwing and wanted similar audio for my BMW.Nov 30, 2013
J. Luis V: Because I wanted both, my wife and me, to listen music from the iphone by using our Sena Bluetooth headsets, of course this was before the release of Sena's new version V2.1 Firmware, which allows to share the music from my headset to hers without this transmitter, anyway this is still useful connected to the Wing's wired communication system.Aug 9, 2013
Maksim K asked:Hi All. My question is: Have 4 Scala G9 (one for me, one for my wife, and two - my friend). I need some device wich will streaming music, radio and navi directions from my Goldwing 2012 XM/NAVI. Is this device what I'm looking for?Jan 24, 2014
Abraham S:So here's the thing, the SM10 will work fantastic as a Bluetooth receiver for the Zumo 550. It's had several firmware updates since the early days and it even handles alternate GPS and iPhone connections quite well.
The downside to your plan is Garmin's Zumo 550 does not have stereo Bluetooth output capability, so it's not equipped to send the XM signal to any BT headset.
As the Zumo 550 also does not stream "stereo" MP3's, the music files onboard will sound like a 1950's AM transistor radio. The XM radio audio signal only comes out of the audio-out socket on the mounting cradle. You'd need a separate Bluetooth transmitter (dongle) to get the Zumo's XM into your SM10 or use the less desirable option of plugging in the supplied audio cable lead from the cradle to the auxiliary socket on the SMH10 base. Just remember to unplug the cable from your SM10 before getting off your bike. Don't ask me how I know this... ;)
Short answer, yes the SM10 works well for GPS & XM... but not without a few consessions which aren't laid at SENA's door. Any current BT helmet communicator will have the same issue as its a Zumo 550 hardware issue. Note: The Garmin 660/665 models do have XM output over Bluetooth, just FYI. Hope this helps! Jun 12, 2014
barry y:You'll need an audio cable to route the output from the Audio Out port on the Zumo 550 to the SM10 Aux port. Once connected and, presuming that you've already paired the SM10 with your SMH10 (helmet side receiver), you'll be able to hear the Z550 audio in your helmet. I don't own a Zumo, but you may find that one or more of the audio cables supplied with the Sena SM10 will fit the bill, depending on how & where you mount the SM10.
Stephen E:The XM is not Bluetooth capable so my question is if I plug into the SM10 from the output jack on the Zumo I should then be able to get XM through the headset. In oreder to listen to XM from the Zumo you have to plug in to a 3.5mm jack.Jun 12, 2014
James M:The SM10 will convert your line out from the Zumo 550 to a stereo Bluetooth signal for yourself and a passenger if needed. Any thing sent to line out will be useful for your BT headset including GPS directions, MP3 player and the XM.Jun 12, 2014
Redbag:I think I saw someone else describe the SM10 as a "pitcher" not a "catcher". You'll have to use the SR10 instead of the SM10 for the CB connectivity you're looking for, however, it is not geared for run of the mill CB units. Connectivity is limited to specific brands, generally more for FRS or amateur radio portables instead of CB. Call Sena for best info--very good folks to talk to.Sep 19, 2012
JRDJR:No, unless you have a separate hand mic which requires splitting the plug in to the bike. In my opinion CB's or on their way out because most touring bikes don't come with CB as standard equipment, except for our Ultra's. This is designed for the bluetooth units that can be used for 4-8 people. Someone will figure out how to make it use the CB also!!!!!Sep 17, 2012
Joshua E asked:Does this product allow you to stream music and talk via bluetooth at the same time? I currently have a pair of Sena SMH10R headsets, which are great for talking OR listening to music, but not both at the same time.Sep 29, 2014
Peter T. K:Joshua, I'm truly not sure of the answer as I have never tried to do both simultaneously. I think while riding the bike on distraction is more than I can handle in the first place.Sep 29, 2014
Richard T asked:Will this transmitter work with the Sena 3S-B Bluetooth Headset - Boom Microphone sold on this website on a 2015 Harley Ultra Limited Low with the appropriate 7 pin connector??Feb 7, 2015
Paul D:Hi Richard. Im using it with the SMH 10 R, but looking at the specs on your headset compared to mine, I don't see why it wouldn't be exactly the same. Both have A2DP which works just fine with the SM10. Mine works quite well, and since the latest firmware update, I have experienced very few dropouts.Feb 8, 2015
Robert G:It will allow you to receive audio so you will be able to hear the radio, gps, phone... but it will not allow you to push audio. In other words, you can answer the phone but you can't respond. The voice command features won't work either unless you are using the HD headset that comes with the bike.Feb 8, 2015
A shopper asked:I'm wanting to use the two wired auto ports to plug in my Escort Radar Detector and my SirusXM. Will I still be able to Bluetooth my phone to the SM-10 and then pair this to my SMH-10 helmet. In short, being able to listen to music and radar at the same time, but when the phone rings it'll allow for interruption?Sep 9, 2014
J. Luis V:You could use both 3.5mm jacks for music and another audio source as GPS, Radar, etc. Your phone sould be paired to your SMH-10 directly, allowing you to listen music, radar warnings and of course an incoming call. SM10 can't be bluetooth paired since it is a dual stream transmitter.Nov 4, 2014
Edward N:this is my experience. the SM10 is a transmitter, anything connected to it will transmit out and be picked up by your blue tooth connected headset. It would make more sense to me, to connect your phone direct to the headset.Sep 9, 2014
Earl C asked:will this work on a 2012 can-am spyder RT and if so does it need anything to go with it so you can hook it to the radio to make it bluetooth? Is this the same thing as the Can Am Spyder RT/ST Bluetooth Dongle For Audio System OEM 219400458?Jan 9, 2014
barry y:Earl--I bought the SM10 two years ago to provide wireless connectivity from my GL1800 sound system to our helmets. I've got it configured to (Pri3) play music from the OEM Am/FM/MP3/Intercom system, (Pri2) Relay audio from the OEM NAV system and (Pri1) allow me to answer my cell phone while on the scoot. The system uses an adapter cord from the OEM Intercom (helmet) connector to supply the Pri 2 and 3 audio streams which then are transmitted to the helmet SMH10 devices via Bluetooth (no wires). The cellphone in my pocket pairs to the SMH10 independently so that one whack to the giant knob on the side of my helmet allows me to answer the incoming call. (I never make outbound calls while moving). The SMH10s provide the capability to control volume independently, intercom via BT to others and each have a jack for individual MP3 input.
I don't have a CanAm available but the folks at Sena have adapters available for almost every touring bike out there I think. And their Tech Support is super! (U.S. based, knowledgeable and patient to make sure you get 'er done).
Randall F:You should ask SENA this question. I have a Goldwing and I can either hook my audio system to it or & MP3 player. I know the unit will work with most bluetooth communication systems. If the R/T has a standard 3.5mm (headphone jack) out jack then it should work. My SENA unit came with 3 different wires for connections.Jan 10, 2014
barry y:I believe Sena sells an adapter cable for the Venture as well as Wings and HD's. The cable simply adapts the hard wire audio connection intended for wired helmet use to the SM10 input where the SM10 can then re-broadcast the audio via BT.Jun 12, 2014
Randall F:Yes it will work but you will have to go to SENA's site and see if they sell and interface cable. WWW.SENABLUETOOTH.COM The site says they make a cable for Yamaha radios. Double check with SENA directMay 27, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a kit to mount my Sirius radio to the handlebars. Used it before with an aftermarket sound system and it worked great. I now have the Nolan comm systems w/ bluetooth and want to route the sat radio output to the comm system. The Sirius radio does not have an amp so there is no volume control possible from it directly. Does this Sena system provide a means for amplification and volume control?Feb 6, 2014
Dustin S:I'll have to double check but I'm almost positive the answer to that is no. The Sena Sm10 is just a line level Bluetooth splitter. That allows you to plug in many different types of devices and connect 1-2 Bluetooth headsets to share the feed. However I would think that your headset has some kind of volume control and is designed to receive a line level signal that does not need amplification. I can't think of a Bluetooth headset that needs a amplifier. Also although your satellite radio may not have a volume control if you go into the settings it may have a gain control which would achieve the same effect.Feb 6, 2014