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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
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  • Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
  • Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
  • Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
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Sena SMH-10D Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack

The SMH10 is a Bluetooth v3.0+EDR Class 1 Stereo Headset with long-range Bluetooth Intercom designed specifically for motorcycles. With the SMH10 on your helmet, you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigations by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motorcycle riders. Thanks to the latest Bluetooth v3.0+EDR and the advanced digital processing technology, the Sena SMH10 bluetooth helmet communication system offers the best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound in its class. Also, the easy-to-access and intuitive button operations make the SMH10 a perfect companion for motorcycles.

System Features

General

  • Talk time: 12 hours
  • Standby time: 10 days
  • Working Distance (Intercom): up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
  • 4-way conference intercom

Dimensions

  • Headset: 84.1 mm x 56.5 mm x 38.6 mm (3.3 in x 2.2 in x 1.5 in)
  • Clamp unit: 223.8 mm x 85.5 mm x 30.6mm (8.8 in x 3.4 in x 1.2 in)
  • Headset weight: 60g (2.11 oz)
  • Clamp unit: 84g (2.96 oz)

Bluetooth

  • Profiles: Headset Profile, Hand-Free Profile (HFP),
  • Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP),
  • Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • Bluetooth v3.0+EDR

Audio

  • Advanced Noise Control: Improved wind and engine noise reduction
  • Sidetone: Now you can hear yourself talk similar to a Goldwing or Harley Davidson intercom
  • Built-in SBC Codec
  • Voice prompts
  • Conference phone call with intercom participant
  • Noise cancellation
  • Wind noise reduction
  • Wide volume control
  • Sample rate: 48kHz (DAC)
  • Auxiliary audio-in connection via 3.5mm jack

Battery

  • Charging time: 2.5 hours
  • Type: Lithium polymer battery

In the Box

  • 2 Headset Main Units
  • 2 Speaker-Microphone Clamp Units
  • 2 USB Power and Data Cables (Micro USB)
  • 2 Cigarette Lighter Chargers (Micro USB)
  • 2 3.5mm Stereo Audio Cables
  • 2 Glued Surface Mounting Adaptors
  • 2 Microphone Sponges
  • 2 sets of Velcro Pads for Speakers
  • 2 Allen Wrenches

Please Note:  Some of the above features require updating the firmware to the latest v5.0. The firmware is a free download from Sena Technologies.

SMH10D-10

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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack 4.6 5 775 775
Awesome in every aspect! Plenty of features. Very good audio quality, very effective noise canceling without muting critical exterior sounds, good intercom distance something between 600~800 meters of clear sound, easy to pair and use with gloves, exceptional battery life, looks very resistant, good documentation. A must have for every rider. It´s an extra comfort to have a normal conversation when riding with your passenger or a friend in a bike near yours. October 15, 2014
just the ticket We were just looking for intercom between rider and passenger and these took care of that and more. Units will use blue tooth phone, GPS, and MP3 additionally. Sound quality is very good. Boom mike allows the mike to be moved around behind the face shield to avoid wind noise, it needn't be right in front of your mouth, once you find a sweet spot, easy to do, wind noise from the mike is non existent. Wife had a Lucile Ball moment and accidentally dropped the main unit on the parking lot pavement, just snapped it back in place and worked like a charm so it can take a hit. Recently traveled to the top of Whiteface mountain, yes it was cold, cameras and phones stopped working but not this unit so if you're a snowmobiler,when the bike is put away, it will do double duty. We have used it riding for over 12 hours straight and the battery holds up. Charging times are long however, so plan ahead on that note. Instruction book could be clearer on some points but you can figure it out. We are very pleased with these and would recommend them. October 6, 2014
Simply great As stated above, this the best bluetooth head set, easy to use, fool proof October 6, 2014
This product has nice features & ease of use. This product was easy to set-up & install. It provides additional Bluetooth capabilities for phone, GPS, etc. Very satisfied w/product AND Revzilla! October 6, 2014
Works perfectly The install can be a bit of a nuisance (it sits between the padding and the shell which was a pain to wiggle in on my helmet). Once installed, it works great. Haven't tried the intercom yet, but the phone connection works perfectly. The only downside is the stupidly designed location of the charging port. It's a rubber nub thing to keep water out, but its on the top of the device for some stupid reason so water can kinda clump up there. September 29, 2014
great com gear! Sets up easily and durable! Sound quality excellent up to a point. Mounting to the helmet was easy and well thought out but it does increase wind noise on the left side of the helmet. It isn't much of a factor until about 70mph and above. Ear plugs were required on my helmet. My right ear speaker stopped working on the 3rd day of a long dusty trip and it was diagnosed on the trail as a recessed pin on the pod and it was easily fixed on the spot and it worked perfectly thereafter. September 17, 2014
great features!! long lasting battery, easy to use split the price with a buddy so technically only paid $140 for one, we ride off road and on road and makes communicating in the tough trails easy. A+ recommend!! September 15, 2014
Love the ease of use and simple install This is my first Bluetooth device as well as my first headset device. Everything was a breeze to set up and start using. October 13, 2014
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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack
Already Asked: 76 Questions, 421 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mark M: Was the highest regarded headset I could find, with good audio quality being a common praise. After fitting it and using it for a few journeys, I can say it has excellent build quality - the controls are very tactile and responsive, and don't feel like they'll break any time soon. Despite having lots of functions, it's quite easy to use. The audio quality for voice is good, but it isn't great for listening to music - no bass whatsoever, especially with wind noise. Oct 10, 2014
Kyle M: better riding experience Oct 8, 2014
david j: recommended by Revzilla Oct 7, 2014
DAVID H: I have used this headset for two years now and it is absolutely flawless in its operation. Oct 5, 2014
mark f: great reviews Sep 27, 2014
T I: Love these bluetooth headsets. They work great and sync well with my Samsung Note3 and also my Sena SR10. Sep 25, 2014
Graham J: Did a comparison across various Sena and Scala products. This one was the best bang for the buck. Sep 22, 2014
Gary S: Reputation is everything! Sep 21, 2014
Glen W: My wife feels it is the best deal I have found. local bike shops sale the SMH5 and are happy so I purchased the better 1 Sep 20, 2014
Kenneth M: Highly recommended, namely by the Revzilla crew--whom I've come to highly trust and respect, as they've never steered me wrong yet... Sep 10, 2014
Jason R: communication on short trips and music Sep 5, 2014
James Z: This purchase took a lot of research, but in the end I believed the SMH-10 does it just a little better than other makes at a reasonable price. Sound quality in a Nolan N90 helmet is amazing. Sep 4, 2014
Andrea B: My husband felt that it would be a good idea if we had these in our helmets so we could communicate with one another on the bike for our long trips. Aug 30, 2014
THOMAS R: Wanted to try Bluetooth communications on our trip instead of being plugged into the Goldwing. These worked great! Aug 27, 2014
Ryan M: There's amazing reviews for it and I want to be able to talk to my riding buddies clearly Aug 24, 2014
Levi S: The videos you posted won me over to this guy. My wife and I both own them. They are awesome on trips and the speakers in my helmet are great around town for music and the occasional phone call. Aug 17, 2014
Chris L: Searching for a Bluetooth headset at a reasonable price. Also based on reviews by Revzilla and other users. Aug 16, 2014
Charles Y: Simple, easy to use, works as advertised. Just works. Aug 4, 2014
Paul C: I travel a lot on my Goldwing, with the wife. I prefer a strong piece of tech than a thinner one. When you have some ours on the road probably you won't have a precise movements, so an easy to find and operate module is very welcome. Jul 30, 2014
Kent C: A friends recommendation and your videos helped me make this choice. Pricing was good too! Jul 30, 2014
Biljana R: this thing is cool !!! Jul 28, 2014
Garry E: customer service tech was very helpful when we called with questions...Price was also a factor as we think that this is the best bang for the buck at this time.....Revzilla service is always top shelf as well! Jul 27, 2014
Colleen S: Came highly recommended by fellow riders. Got to use on a recent road trip and really enjoyed its easy use and being able to talk to fellow riders for fuel stops etc.. When I didn't want to talk to or listen to them simply flipped on to my Pandora and rocked out. Watch that throttle. Cant wait to get my own. You can also use your cell phone if you want to. Jul 24, 2014
Marc T: reputation Jul 22, 2014
robert m: recommended by friends Jul 15, 2014
gary g: so the mrs. and i could talk without yelling back and forth.lol Jul 10, 2014
Roger L: The excellent reviews by revzilla and previous purchasers. I was also looking for a communicator priced mid-range. One of the scala rider g4 units I purchased in 02/2012 failed a few weeks back (shortly after the warranty ended) and I purchased these as a replacement since the g4 is not in production now. Jul 2, 2014
David S: Consistently good reviews; Good feature set for the price Jul 2, 2014
Elbert H: "Needed to fit the SMH-10 to fit my Bell Mag-9 Helmet " Jul 1, 2014
Kelly A: Your videos sold me Jun 30, 2014
Rick H: Recommend by a friend Jun 30, 2014
Jack B: We had a 5 series and they worked and held up well, (after we replaced the speakers with Sena 10 speakers.) The 10 series will allow us to make better use of the phone, iPod, and intercom. Jun 29, 2014
B A: The reviews were great compared to other bluetooth headsets. We ride two up and are planning to use on 3000 mile trip in July 2014 so that we can talk. Our old helmets had wired intercoms. I don't miss the wires but do miss the intercom. Jun 27, 2014
Paul O: New Triumph, new cordless headset. Nice not to have a cord connecting my helmet to the bike when you get off. Jun 27, 2014
Brent H: Excellent reviews from other motorcyclists. Jun 22, 2014
Shawn C: because you couldn't get the newest version.. been waiting for months.. Jun 21, 2014
Nigel V: I watched a video on your site that I found to be informative and well presented. This unit is one of the best bluetooth units in its range and after watching your guy explain the deal I decided to take the plunge.
The free shipping helped, along with the great price.
Many thanks.
Jun 18, 2014
Glen J: Sena is in the bluetooth business. The unit is robust and easy to operate with gloves on. It has been reliable. Jun 16, 2014
Emmanuel T: I've heard great things about this product, from both friends, and online. Jun 9, 2014
Realba R: great reviews and reasonable price for 2 units Jun 6, 2014
Dawn N: Talked with your support staff which recommended the Sena. Jun 5, 2014
Chad P: Great reviews, 20s took way too long to be released. Jun 4, 2014
Chris G: Recommended by a friend, loud enough to wear with earplugs, bluetooth connects to iphone for turn by turn directions. Jun 1, 2014
brian h: love it works great May 30, 2014
David W: Have a set and want an extra set for riders who don't have them yet. Riding is so much more fun with them! May 30, 2014
Garcia Ruiz A: Excelent intercomunicator device. Just wanted to have an FM reciver. I recomend this product. May 28, 2014
Ronald V: Good reviews online May 28, 2014
Adam S: Awesome proven tech May 19, 2014
Viviano V: Indispensible to travel with other friends. May 18, 2014
Terry S: These were recommended by friends who already have them, and speak highly of them. May 18, 2014
Placido B: It was recommended to us May 13, 2014
john r: old communications.....not so good ! but this... is WOW ! my wife and I love the Sena smh-10 May 11, 2014
Louis W: I chose this setup after reading reviews online and upon the recommendation of Zilla's customer service. May 9, 2014
Mark H: NUMEROUS RECOMMENDATIONS May 5, 2014
Suzan K: A friend recommended this as THE bluetooth headset to purchase. May 5, 2014
S P: Best price for the features. Reviews were good. Compatibility with existing system. May 4, 2014
Nico C: Functionality and price. Apr 30, 2014
Scott S: I was going to buy the SMH-5, but the Revzilla videos convinced me to spend the extra money for the SMH-10. I bought the dual pack and I am very happy that I did, Thanks Revzilla! Apr 26, 2014
John H: It is simply the best performing product out there at this time. Super sound, highly reliable, great functionality Apr 23, 2014
Earl M: I chose this for purchase due to the good reviews on Revzilla. I chose Revzilla on the recommendation of a friend who has had good service. Apr 23, 2014
Kelley K: My brother and his wife have a pair of these and highly recommend them. I bought a pair for my wife and I and so far I love them. They pair easily to iPhones for music and a Garmin Zumo 550 gps. I can listen to music from my iPhone and hear voice instructions from the GPS plus intercom with the wife. The speakers are loud enough to be heard while wearing foam ear plugs. Overall we are very happy with the headsets. Apr 22, 2014
Timothy C D: Because all the research I did pointed to this item as being the best for my needs. Apr 22, 2014
Robert C: I used Tony's review to guide me in this purchase. Apr 20, 2014
Timothy B: music man! Apr 6, 2014
Bryant F: My buddy has one and told me it was good. Also want to talk to my wife on the back of the bike. Apr 2, 2014
michael h: After reading reviews and watching videos on you tube of other users, I came to believe this was the best unit for me. Apr 1, 2014
Mahlon H: Wife and I each ride. Wanted a convenient way to communicate instead of hand signals. This fits the bill. A bit pricey so I hope it fulfills our expectations. Mar 28, 2014
Charlie M: Good reviews and compatibale with other systems. Mar 26, 2014
Brien G: Rezilla and other reviews Mar 26, 2014
marc a: best product for the price ... at revzilla Mar 23, 2014
John L: Reviews of many websites. Mar 22, 2014
W I: Was looking for a lighweight communication system. Read all the review and this seem to be the best. Mar 16, 2014
Greg H: This item was highly recommended by fellow long distance riders. Cost and also the great reviews this item has received. Mar 16, 2014
K A: Reviews Mar 2, 2014
Nydia L: My bf has an older version of the Sena SMH10 and he loves it!!!
We talked about me getting one...
So I decided to surprise him also, and get the Sena SMH 10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack!!! ð???
Mar 1, 2014
Kate M: should have best stereo sound

want ease of install

low price
Feb 26, 2014
Marc N: Needed some sort of entertainment during the rides, these are perfect. Feb 24, 2014
Vern W: Reputation of this product speaks for itself. Revzilla had the best price! Feb 19, 2014
William S: It has all the features that me and my wife want in a headset to cruise around or take longer trips. Sure will beat Yelling... Feb 13, 2014
Steve B: i have been researching new headsets for over a month. this one always seems to come out on top. great new features will be available within the next month or so that will make this an awesome unit. just upgrade by connecting to your computer and downloading the firmware update. Feb 9, 2014
Neil I: I have used it in the past, thru out my travel. Unfortunately, the Base broke when I crashed. Otherwise a good Blue tooth Headset. Feb 8, 2014
Robert d: birthday present, i ordered the same thing last year and it is money well spent. Feb 5, 2014
James H: Lots of research and this best suited our needs. Jan 30, 2014
Tom A: This headset had the best recommendations when I did an online search. And Revzilla had best prices and service. Jan 28, 2014
Mike S: My firends use this system and revziller service is great Jan 23, 2014
darren j: A friend of mine who just got back from a 3 week trip using this headset said it was fantastic! Jan 19, 2014
Michael B: Need a com system for group rides Jan 19, 2014
Harry M: Appears best bang for the buck. Jan 13, 2014
Kelby S: These are awesome for 1-4 riders Dec 28, 2013
Cesar G: I have two more since last year and work great. Dec 27, 2013
Renee A: This has been one of the best peace of tech knowledge that I have bought in a long time. Love to listen to music in my helmet and talk on the phone.
People often asked me if I am driving my truck with windowns open. I say no,,, riding my motorcycle at 75mph! :)
Dec 23, 2013
Dave P: price, quality Dec 19, 2013
Mary G: I chose the Sena Smh10 because of the great reviews, and the ability to communicate with fellow riders on other systems. Dec 15, 2013
Rick S: communicate bike to bike, reviews, ease of use and functionality Dec 12, 2013
Jane P: Recommended from a couple we met while driving the pacific coast road from Washington to California. Dec 11, 2013
Thomas H: Wanted intermediate versatility, with outstanding performance. The reviews - both Revzilla and consumer - gave me the impression this unit was perfect for when my wife and I are touring, both short and longer tours. I also wanted the ability to listen to GPS voice directions to eliminate the need to have the GPS unit visible at all times, and the ability to listen to my own music is a plus. I have high expectations for this unit, hope I'm not disappointed. Dec 9, 2013
jerry r: Research and already had one set and they work great Dec 7, 2013
Steve C: Had the best reviews everywhere I looked. The very few cons that I saw were only minor in nature. Price was good as they were more inexpensive than other similar products. Versatility was very good as communication can be done in a number of ways. Easy to use with gloves on. Dec 5, 2013
Howard B: WE HAVE TWO NOW AND WE LIKE IT WIFE AND I MAKE SOME TRIPS AND THEY LAST ALL DAY SOUND IS CLEAR AND EASY TO USE I THINK SENA SMH10 WORKS GREAT FOR ME NOW I HAVE TWO SETS THANKS SENA FOR MAKING A GREAT PRODUCT . Dec 3, 2013
J I: Reviews Nov 28, 2013
Elmer C: We chose this product because wife and I are planning a few long distance trips and want to eliminate the need to "yell" at each other at highway speeds (unless totally necessary:) ). Regardless, the reviews and features fit our needs. Nov 19, 2013
luis carlos s: great intercom Nov 14, 2013
Johnnie B: Communication system. I am very pleased with this item. Easy to install, easy to use, works as advertised. Listen to my music from my phone, take calls while riding, talk to fellow riders that are paired-up with my system. Has served me well during thousands of miles of riding. Well worth it. Nov 4, 2013
David j: All my friends use it..they say is very good ..I want my own set so I can comunicate with them Oct 29, 2013
Douglas S: I already have a pair for mine and my wife's helmet. I love them! I'm now buying for my kids helmets. Oct 27, 2013
Fergus B: User ratings Oct 27, 2013
Jason H: I chose this because of the overwhelming number of great reviews. Plus, when I was last at my local dealership, I talked with a couple of riders who had this model. They raved about it. Oct 22, 2013
Chris P: It's pairing ability with Zumo 350LM Oct 8, 2013
Bruce D: Friends referral Sep 25, 2013
Ed L: A friend of min recommended it to me. I hope it turns out to be as good as he said. Sep 21, 2013
michael t h: Recommended by friend... Sep 8, 2013
Jay S: good reviews and your super good pricing Sep 8, 2013
FRANCK B: The headset is a very good quality device
My riding group is mainly using this brand to communicate
Sep 4, 2013
Aaron S: Good value after looking at many options. Aug 25, 2013
Chris C: Best there is ! Aug 21, 2013
ricardo m: We been doing some resurgent on this product, it is the best product for the price and it is a good product. Aug 15, 2013
Kenneth W: Reviews and price sold me on this. Aug 12, 2013
Steve A asked: You have two products available on your website, the "Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack" (SMH10D-10) ($284.95) and the "Sena SMH10 Universal Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack" (SMH10D-11) ($269.95). Can you explain the difference?
Thank you.
Mar 12, 2014
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michel d: the difference is that one pack has the microphone attached to it and the other not it depends for what kind of helmet you want it Apr 22, 2014
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Andre L: Difference between those products are how far apart you can speak to your buddy who is also using the same one. Also battery life varies Apr 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can this be used for both open face helmet and half helmet? Is switching between helmets easy? Dec 3, 2013
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Walter H: For a open face full helmet I'd generally say yes. Installation would probably be the same as a full face helmet which I installed it on. Installation entails securing the main unit via two hex screws to the bottom shell of the helmet, then running the speaker wires under the padding. It's helpful if the padding is removable. With a half helmet the securing would be the same, and running the wires would likely be similar, however the installing of the speakers would mean securing them to the webbing of the half helmet. A type of supplied hook and loop tape is used on the speakers. I believe it's going to be dependent as to whether the neck skirt is permanently left on or the ear webbing design allows adhesion of the speakers. Wind noise would definitely be a factor. On a full helmet this product is great. Dec 3, 2013
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FRANCK B: This can be used for both helmets.
Nevertheless, you may want to be careful with the open face and the mic.
The air may cause some unwanted noise. Even if the device contains noise cancellation.
The switch between one helmet to the other may take you around 15mn.
I personally never change it. But to put it in place was very easy.
This is a very good product and i recommend it.
Hope that will help you in your decision
Dec 3, 2013
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Michael O: Yes, it can be switched between helmets; however, it requires a few minutes if you change the helmet clamp from helmet to helmet. The simplest and most convenient method is to purchase separate clamps for each helmet. they are relatively inexpensive and well worth it. The all you do is simply detach the Sena and attach it to the other helmet.

Sena makes a great product. It is reliable and can take a lot of hard daily use.
Dec 3, 2013
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Greg J: It can be used on any helmet. The brackets come with a stick on Mount and a back price for mounting. I bought several of the different mounting brackets and then you just unclip the main unit and clip it in to the other helmet. Works well. Makes moving between motorcycle and sled helmets a breeze. Dec 3, 2013
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John S: I have switched unit between two full faced helmets, not a major deal, just need to run wires under helmet padding, would not want to do it two often. I have friends with unit on modular helmets so seems to work fine on open face. Dec 4, 2013
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Janelle F: It can be used for full and open face helmets but wind noise is certainly a factor when using open face. I would prefer not to switch between helmets as installing does take some time but it would certainly be possible. Dec 3, 2013
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Brad I: Can't answer the open face question, but I would not want to spend the time switching the unit from one helmet to another Dec 3, 2013
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Manabu N: i use them for Open face helmet. Switching between helmets is not easy. I would buy more pairs instead of switching. Dec 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Me and my wife have different music tastes. Can we listed to different music by pairing to our own iphone's? but still be able to speak with each other while riding? Jun 9, 2012
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William R: Yes.
in fact the way it works, each person needs there own music source.

Most people just pair it with there phone, then play music on your phone.
Or you can selective pair with your phone (for telephone use) and a separate Bluetooth MP3 player.

99% of all external devices (phone or mp3 players) will only pair with 1 headset.
Jun 11, 2012
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spamitdamit: Yes, The Sena headsets can each be linked to a different Bluetooth music device and still be connected to each other for intercom use. The headsets also have a stereo jack for a hardwire connection. Jun 11, 2012
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RNCOP: Yes you can. The SMH-10 is easy to use and you will be able to pair each to your own phone or other bluetooth device. Jun 22, 2012
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Riderxyz: Yes... Jun 11, 2012
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Xeen: Each unit can pair to its own music source, but they cannot share one at the same time. So you can each listen to your own iphones, but you can't both listen to the same one at the same time. If you paired both units to the same phone, then whichever one turns on first would be the only one that could hear music.

The unit<->unit intercom pairing is separate from the media pairing, so that doesn't matter. Once the intercom is turned on the music mode is turned off automatically anyway.
Jun 25, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, you will be able to pair your Sena SMH-10 with a different phone and use your own music. You will also be able to speak to each other, but you will have to go through the phone communication network like if you were giving a regular phone call. Jun 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will Sena units pair up with non-Sena Bluetooth units as I ride with several different groups? Feb 4, 2014
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Jonathan S B: This is possible now via frimware 5.0 May 9, 2014
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Glen J: I am not aware of any of the intercom systems currently available that will pair with "foreign" systems. While all of them use Bluetooth and will generally pair with devices like MP3 players and phones they all use a different proprietary system to connect the actual intercoms.

We have tried to connect Sena to Scala with no success.

Regards
Glenn
Feb 5, 2014
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Andy F: The specs say it can't be done and I haven't had the opportunity to try. But, I can tell you these units pair and stay paired well together... Well over a quarter mile. You wouldn't regret getting these. Feb 4, 2014
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Walter H: I've only Sena products so can't answer with a definative answer, but I would guess yes in that it pairs with any iphone i've tried. It's the same theory. Feb 4, 2014
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Jimmy D: Nope Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: does the Sena SMH 10 come with a charger or do i need to purchase it seperatly?? Aug 19, 2013
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Dwayne W: it comes with a usb cable for charging and for firmware updates. but that won't let you charge from a 110 outlet (wall outlet) you will have to plug it into your computer or get a device that you can plug into the 110 outlet that will provide power to a usb cable. I use the little one for my phone (I have an iPhone) or just plug it into my computer. Their are two of these cables, one for each headset. Aug 21, 2013
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joshua f: The sena smh 10 dual pack comes with two vehicle chargers. It does not come with a wall charger. But no worries the port for the smh 10 is micro port.so......if you have a Samsung or Motorola cell phone most likely your cell phone wall charger will work to charge the smh 10. Aug 20, 2013
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Paul F: Hi, it comes with a USB cord for charging, however it does not come with a wall charger adapter. They have a kit you can use but I've used ones for my iphone and kindle and it has worked fine. the duel pack only comes with one cord however.

hope this helps!
Aug 20, 2013
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Suzanne M: I purchased both a complete single kit with charger and a kit without charger; as noted in the description. Please read the description carefully, as your item may not have had the charger listed as a part of the kit. The charger is not expensive. Aug 20, 2013
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James P: It comes with a USB cable to use for charging. (I got two cables with the two-pack I purchased.) The USB cable will need to be plugged into a laptop or charger. I use it with an iPod/iPhone charger I bring on trips already. Aug 20, 2013
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William P: It comes with a USB cable so you can use any charger/power supply with a USB plug or charge from a USB port from your computer.

Great product, works very well!
Aug 20, 2013
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Jean Francis R: Goooood Morrrning from Brasil,
You will need to purchase it separatly,but you can do it with any charger use your Ipod /Ipad to recharged buy only the cable at bestbuy
Aug 20, 2013
Victoria B: It does not come with a wall charger, but it does come with a USB charger and car charger for each unit. When we received them, they came charged. Aug 20, 2013
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Steven J: It comes with a cigarette lighter plug for charging on the road and a USB cable to charge it from a laptop or desktop computer. Aug 20, 2013
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Niels M: It comes with chargers for the car (cigarette adapter). Since the connector is just micro-usb, any USB charger can work for it. Aug 20, 2013
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Raoul M: This product comes with a cable to plug into your computer and another to plug into a wall outlet. Hope this helps. Aug 22, 2013
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Lawrence H: It charges with any standard USB 12 volt DC or 120 volt AC adapter. Very easy to use and charge.

Larry
Aug 21, 2013
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mark d: Comes with 2 USB cables charge from computer or wall adapter if you have one Aug 20, 2013
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Peter M: The one I bought charges off a standard usb cable. Aug 26, 2013
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Sam C: Plug in wAll outlet charger is included. Aug 20, 2013
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Jimmy D: need to buy a charger.. Sep 4, 2013
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Gary R: The unit comes with two charger cables that plug into a 12 volt lighter socket in your car or bike. There are also two cables that will connect to a computer ups port. I purchased a power adapter that plugs into a 110 volt electric plug and has a usb port. These charge the units in 4-6 hours. Aug 20, 2013
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Glen J: There are two different configurations. One comes with a charger and the other has only the USB cable. If you have a cell phone charger or other device (e.g. Nook, MP3 player, etc) that accepts a USB cable it will work. If not buy the package that includes the charger. Aug 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this unit waterproof at all, or does it have to come off when it rains? Dec 18, 2011
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Redharley: We bought the 2-unit set. One performed flawlessly in a rainstorm while the other one had a lot of static and squealed so bad that my partner had to turn his unit completely off. We switched main units but he still heard static and loud squealing. I didn't. We guessed that it must have been the microphone helmet clamp unit on his helmet that was causing the problem. We both wear 3/4 helmets and both of us had our visors down at the time. Once his helmet and Sena equipment dried out later in the day it returned to working just fine. We haven't tried the units in the rain since that time. May 16, 2012
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Stan Z.: Yes, it's waterproof. I've ridden with mine in torrential Florida downpours and not even a hiccup. I am frankly perplexed at this question as it would not be prudent for someone to manufacture an electronic device for a motorcycle that was not waterproof. Trust me though. This Sena unit is worth the money, period. Jan 11, 2012
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Daniel Y: I've ridden with the SENA in the rain/storm and it worked flawlessly. I just make sure to wipe it dry when I get home. I would pat dry it though so you don't rub off the "rubbery" material that's wrapping the bluetooth. Dec 23, 2011
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Moschetto: Yes, it is water resistant and will do fine in the rain. It is not considered waterPROOF, because that specification requires that it be fully submersible in any depth of water without issue. Jan 31, 2012
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Freshpavement: I have not ridden with mine in the rain yet (living in Southern California, we haven't had any) however the instruction booklet says you can ride in the rain with it on. Dec 19, 2011
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KOGLOBAL: as long as the flap over the charge port is closed, they are weather-proof. I wouldn't go scuba diving with it, but the unit is made to withstand the elements. Feb 4, 2012
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Jason R: It's waterproof, I actually got caught in a rain storm and I had the unit on the whole time and have used it for a week after with no problems. Aug 9, 2012
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jcolo: they say its water proof May 14, 2012
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ethomas923: Yes it's waterproof. The accessory jack on the mount is plugged and downward/backward-facing. The power jack on the transmitter itself is upward/backward facing and also plugged. I was a little concerned with it facing up, but it hasn't been a problem (yet). Something to note, the older SMH-10 models (not sure the serial numbers) use a round power plug for charging, while the newer models use micro-USB. I have both, and I've noticed the flap/plug for the micro-USB doesn't fit quite as well as the round, but once you smush it into place, it seals fine. Feb 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can 3 separate riders connect to each other concurrently. I understand rider and pillion should not have any issues but I am looking at communicating with at least 3 riders at the same time (incl. myself, ie. a to b,c, b to a,c and c to a,b) Sep 12, 2011
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lawspud: With the most recent firmware update (3.3), you can now conference-intercom three riders together. It seems a little awkward, and I haven't tried it yet so I can't comment on how well it works. The manual has been updated to describe the process. It sounds like A initiates an intercom call to B, then C has to intercom to A or B and he is conferenced in. I would prefer a default conference option, where all three riders would be included automatically when an intercom is open. But I can see where this wouldn't work in a four-rider set-up, so maybe it's best this way. Also, it disconnects all three riders' cell-phone connections during the conference, reconnecting automatically after the intercom closes.

Note that it may be awhile before the units shipped from RevZilla have 3.3 installed, so you will probably have to update the firmware through the Sena website.
Feb 12, 2012
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KAR539: I have not tried this, but the way the manual is worded, it sounds like you can only have a conversation between two parties at a time (i.e. a to c, a to b, etc.). I don't think the system will allow you to talk to multiple people at the same time. Once the multi-helmet system is setup, you hit the Jog button once to talk to the first friend, or twice to talk to the second, or triple to talk to the third. Once a conversation is open and you hit the Jog button it ends the conversation. Then you can hit the Jog button twice to talk to the other person. It doesn't sound like a great way to communicate between more than two people...but you can if need be. Hope this helps. Oct 24, 2011
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Fred T.: My cousin and I both have the SMH 10s and love them. Sena has an upgrade program where you can send your unit in and for $50 they will send you a new unit that you can do software updates on, one of which is supposed to allow multiple riders (more than 2) to all talk at once. I'm not sure if they have made this upgrade yet but I know it's coming. The unit you get should have a mini USB for charging which will also allow you to to the software updates .i.e you should not have to send the one you get off to be upgraded. You should be getting the newer unit.
It is a great headset and one of the best things is how easy the controls are to use even with a glove on.
Sep 15, 2011
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JDF1: You can connect up to four riders but can ONLY intercom between TWO at a time I BELIEVE.... You'd have to switch back and forth I think. You can find details in the PDF of the SENA manual. Link here: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CDgQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.senabluetooth.com%2Fdownloads%2Fmanual%2FUsersGuide_Sena_SMH10-v1.0.2.pdf&ei=Ps-0TqKmKK2rsALy2_DnAw&usg=AFQjCNHi3-lUgn0FZT5lgb2MgTETvQywtw&sig2=Rs71QC_rGKkGOfFuXZX8Tg
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Hope this helps
Nov 5, 2011
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RNCOP: Yes you can connect to 3 riders at the same time. However, in order to do it, two riders must be conferencing and then the 3rd rider has to call in. You will not be able to call out to them. But once the three of you are connected, all three can talk and hear one another just as if you were standing in a group and talking. Jun 22, 2012
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OldYeller: The intercom function of the Sena is 1 to 1. You have to terminate connection with B in order to communicate with C, etc. Group chat would be a cool feature. Send it to Sena and see what they say. Oct 19, 2011
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Hecam: Yes & No, up to 4 riders, but only 2 can communicate at once.
If A & B are connected to talk to each other they will not hear C or D till they close the connection.
Nov 10, 2011
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connie: Not possable yet. You can pair with 3 other units but will need to jog through them to communicate. Sep 16, 2011
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Carter T asked: Do you HAVE TO be connected to Bluetooth to use the intercom to speak to your passenger? Nov 6, 2013
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Katherine R: The intercom is "Bluetooth" technology. All you have to do is have the units turned on and paired to each other per the instructions and you are talking clearly to your passenger or to your other rider on another bike. I have done both and it is crystal clear. Make sure the microphones are in the right position and out of the wind. It paired easily with iPhone for music or calls. The install and instructions were straight forward. Nov 6, 2013
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Steven J: As far as I know you do. The only physical jack is for input only. The Bluetooth is simple to connect. Once you pair the headsets (also simple) you only need to touch the large button on one set and the two are connected. Nov 6, 2013
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john d: No. The intercom will work with no phones connected. The intercom is itself a Bluetooth connection but you do not need other devices to talk between headsets while they are in range (1/4 mile or so) or each other. Nov 6, 2013
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Paul F: no the intercom is connected via the unit itself and not through a Bluetooth connected device like your phone. Its a great system either for use with a passenger or another rider. Nov 6, 2013
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Barry C: Crater you must link the units they do not come linked . Real easy process just fall helmet pairing in your instruction book. Barry Nov 6, 2013
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DONALD N: The headsets communicate using Bluetooth frequencies so they both have to be connected to Bluetooth. Nov 6, 2013
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Shawn F: no, they intercom without a phone. Nov 6, 2013
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Richard P asked: Hi, is there any way I can pair two headsets to one music source (such as a phone MP3 player) yet still communicate?
Will a Y cable work or will I need another headset to do this?
Sep 25, 2013
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Katherine R: I have not tried this, but I think you could pair each headset to the single player such as an iPhone and then touch the on button on each headset and listen to the single Bluetooth device. The communication via intercom interrupts the music, a phone call interrupts the music; then you would need to hit the right button sequence to get back to the music. I am not sure if the pairing is exclusive to one headset or the other headset, in which case you would need a set to set/ set to music device configuration. There are quite detailed instructions that come with the set. My wife and I have been very happy with two up riding and riding on separate machines. Right now each of is paired only to our own set to own phone. Have not tried anything with a cable. Sep 26, 2013
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Steven J: Not sure about that. I do not listen to music when I am riding with a partner and we are talking on the intercom. I can tell you that when I use my Garmin for directions (and music), the directions from the GPS will overide and kill the conversation until the directions are finished. Also, I do not use a cable for my music, it is bluetooth, so a Y cable directly connected to you headsets might work for you, I have never used it that way. Sep 25, 2013
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Jimmy D: I haven't tried to use both units simultaneously. that being said i would not recommend them anyway. The battery life is a worse than a 13yr olds cell phone. the frustration outweighs any benefit. Sep 25, 2013
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Bobby S: Yep, with the latest firmware upgrade you can share a music source, do intercom, and it also added speed dial capability for three numbers! Sep 26, 2013
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Shawn F: The newest software update will allow this, you will have to download the new software onto the set when you get it. Sep 25, 2013
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Andy F: I don't think so. But, I believe the device you need is the SM10. It's a dual streaming device. Sep 29, 2013
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Tom B: New Sena firmware update supports this feature. The firmware update just came out about 9-1-13. Sep 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: After original set up with my iPhone, does the pairing occur automatically, or is it manual every time you go out? Mar 13, 2012
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nobie381: MartyV,
After you pair your iPhone for the first time all you will have to do is turn on the bluetooth on the phone and then once you turn the Sena unit on you will hear the unit do a tone letting you know everything is linked and ready to go, Its very easy.
Mar 25, 2012
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RevZilla: Once the Sena SMH-10 is paired with your phone, it will automatically be detected and you will just have to connect the devices together. May 14, 2012
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zoto6ixty: Once I paired my iPhone it links up very fast. Within 5 sec. of power up. Mar 14, 2012
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Jason R: Ya the iPhone connects automatic every time you turn the sena on Aug 9, 2012
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Walter F.: Pair one time...then full auto after that. Mar 15, 2012
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JoshandJulie: Automatically. As soon as you turn it on. May 14, 2012
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jcolo: automatic May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this system work in Europe? Feb 22, 2012
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Xeen: The intercom system allowing you to speak to other SMH-5/10 owners is proprietary and shouldn't be region specific. If you're asking about the phone capabilities, the SMH-10 connects via bluetooth to the phone and the phone handles the actual network interactions, so as long as your phone supports blue tooth hands free sets then it should work fine. Jun 25, 2012
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RNCOP: As long as your device is bluetooth compatable then yes it will work. The primary differences between europe and north america are in the format of video signals and power delivery. Bluetooth and inline audio connections should be exactly the same. Jun 22, 2012
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Walter F.: The unit will work in Europe. I think the better question is will the AC charger work in Europe? That answer would be....yes, if you have a correct adapter for the AC charger to plug into the wall outlet in Europe. Mar 15, 2012
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LTFan: It should work in Europe. There is nothing specific in the headset that would not allow it to work with at any location. Just check whether you have a Bluetooth enabled phone and the battery life of the phone. Jul 2, 2012
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JoshandJulie: It should. It's peer to peer radio - should work on the moon. And it sync's with cellphones using a standard that has nothing to do with the cell network. May 14, 2012
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adventure: Yes it should work in Europe, Also the charging adapter shows 100-240 volts . I know the UK use 240V so you should be fine either way. Apr 2, 2012
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RevZilla: The system will work perfectly in Europe. However, you will need a plug adapter in order to use the DC power charger. Jul 3, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is there any way to use this product with a half-helmet? Is there another specialty kit to make this work and how well would it work with the noise from the wind, etc. May 22, 2012
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4Doodles: Yes, but you need to have a way to hold the speakers in place, or use their alternate mount that lets you use earbuds.

I use a wind/rain curtain and it has pockets for the speakers on my half-helmet. I will say, the earbud options works better with less windnoise that a halfy makes.
Jul 31, 2012
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Trump48257: Works well with almost no noise even at highway speeds with the foam mic cover on. I installed one on my wife's half helmet. Speakers had to be mounted on the straps themselves. Check out my review there is a picture posted. May 23, 2012
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RevZilla: The Sena SMH10 will not be compatible with a half helmet. Communication systems that will work with a half helmet woud be the Cardo Scala Rider Half Helmet Audio Kit and the Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets. May 25, 2012
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Schotze: I wear a HD half helmet and purchased the SM-10 helmet bracket for ear buds.No wind noise and limited exhaust.(V&H bigshots) As far as the microphone my wife could hear me up to about 60 MPH. Aug 20, 2012
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FJRman: The speakers need to mount/stick to something. And I think the unit's mounting unit/clamp would be uncomfortable against the head. Can't really answer any more exact than that. Jul 1, 2012
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LTFan: The product documentation says that it will work with half helmet. I am unsure how the speakers would fit though and it uses stickers instead of the clamp. Jul 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the best way to install the Sena SMH10 on a Shoei Neotec? Can I use the helmet clamp? Mar 12, 2012
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nobie381: JimL, if the I don't have the Neotec, but I do have the Shoei qwest passage helmet and the Sena SMH10 installed quick and easy using the clamp.
I have attached a few photos, not sure way they are saving upside down, Hope this helps.
Mar 25, 2012
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4Doodles: If you can fit the thickness of 2 credit cards between your outer/inner shell/liner and the outer shell/lip is less than 1/4 inch, it should work fine Jul 31, 2012
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FJRman: I am not familiar with a Shoei Neotec but if it is a full-faced helmet, the clamp should work because it goes much wider than I needed. Jul 1, 2012
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RevZilla: We have found that the best way to install the Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset on a Shoei Neotec is with the clamp mount. May 2, 2012
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adventure: Yes it will fit, I helped a friend install one on his modular helmet. Apr 2, 2012
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jcolo: yes clamp May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: What's the difference between the SMH-10 and SMH-5 Dual pack systems? Feb 11, 2012
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RevZilla: The SMH-5 is a tuned down version of the SMH-10. The SMH-5 will have Bluetooth 3.0, which is expected to be implemented into the SMH-10 this summer. The SMH-5 has an intercom distance of up to 400 meters versus the SMH-10's 900 meters. The overall battery life is slightly less powerful and therefore the talk time for the SMH-5 is only 8 hours, compared to the SMH-10 which is 12 hours. The SMH-5 is only capable of one (1) intercom partner whereas the SMH-10 can have up to 3 units talk in full duplex. On the SMH-5 the microphone is mounted separately with a cord, while the microphone for the SMH-10 is integrated onto the base of the clamp. Lastly, the SMH-5 does not include an auxiliary MP3 jack. May 3, 2012
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AgFrost: The SMH-10 has roughly twice the range the SMH-5 has. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack to pipe in an external audio source. Plus the box contains 2 cigarette lighter car chargers and the 3.5mm audio cables. The SHM5 is Bluetooth 3.0 where the 10 is not, but I think I read somewhere that 3.0 is coming for the SMH10.
After playing with both, I can tell you that the SMH10 is a better built unit. The mount feels much more substantial as does the unit itself. I would say the SMH10 is worth the extra money if you can afford it.
Mar 29, 2012
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lawspud: Range and small design differences. The -5 seems to have no input jack for non-bluetooth mp3 players or radar detectors. It looks from the photos like the clamp unit in the -5 doesn't incorporate the mic/speaker wires, as is seen in the -10. -5's and -10's can talk to each other, though. Feb 12, 2012
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FJRman: At the very least, the SMH10 has better range. Jul 1, 2012
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jcolo: get the 10 ...firm ware updateable May 14, 2012
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TheRocketMan007: 5 Feb 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi, i was wondering if this was the newest ver. Also known as the SMH10D-01B it's the USB Framware upgradeable.
Please let me know ASAP i really want one

Jack
Jul 15, 2011
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OldYeller: Firmware is upgradeable.

Features
Bluetooth Specification v2.1+EDR, Class1
Bluetooth Intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards)*
Multi-Pair Bluetooth intercom for 4 persons
Bluetooth stereo headset for Bluetooth audio devices such as MP3 players
Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: play, pause, track forward and track back
Easy operation by versatile Jog Dial (Patent Pending)
Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booste
Bluetooth hands-free for Bluetooth mobile phones
Bluetooth headset or stereo headset for Bluetooth GPS navigations
Stereo music by 3.5mm audio cable
Water resistant for use in inclement weathe
Crystal clear and natural sound quality
Up to 12 hours talk time, 10 days stand-by time
Can be used while charging on road trips
Individual volume control for each audio source
Firmware Upgradeable
Peace of Mind - thanks to the 2-year warranty
Oct 19, 2011
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Karl A.: If you really want to be sure of your answer, I would contact the manufacturer.

Even Revzilla might not know the answer to that question, since there is no way of knowing how long that sat in the distribution chain.
Jul 18, 2011
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Chris K: Yes, this is the newest version with the MiniUSB to USB charging ports and wires. You will be able to upgrade firmware as needed with this version. Jul 19, 2011
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ZepRider: This should be the newest SMH10D-01B. This is version 2.0 and priced higher than the original dual pack. Jul 17, 2011
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KAR539: The SMH10 does have upgradeable firmware function. I haven't tried it yet myself though. Oct 24, 2011
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RodT: yes mine are the upgradeable ones. Aug 22, 2011
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A shopper asked: How many units can be connected? I looked at the specs and it doesnt state the number of units it can connect to.
The Cardo Scala rider can connect up to 4.
Sep 12, 2011
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OldYeller: Connect up to 4 units.

Features
Bluetooth Specification v2.1+EDR, Class1
Bluetooth Intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards)*
Multi-Pair Bluetooth intercom for 4 persons
Bluetooth stereo headset for Bluetooth audio devices such as MP3 players
Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: play, pause, track forward and track back
Easy operation by versatile Jog Dial (Patent Pending)
Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booste
Bluetooth hands-free for Bluetooth mobile phones
Bluetooth headset or stereo headset for Bluetooth GPS navigations
Stereo music by 3.5mm audio cable
Water resistant for use in inclement weathe
Crystal clear and natural sound quality
Up to 12 hours talk time, 10 days stand-by time
Can be used while charging on road trips
Individual volume control for each audio source
Firmware Upgradeable
Peace of Mind - thanks to the 2-year warranty
Oct 19, 2011
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Drizoiu: Up to 4. They have just about the same specs as Scala G4, for less money. I got this just for me and my passanger, so I was not necesarly interested in how many can I conect with. I did my homework before buying the SMH 10 . I like it alot !! Sep 12, 2011
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KAR539: The Sena SMH10 can connect up to 4 people. But I beleive you can only talk to one person at a time. Oct 24, 2011
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JPJR: The manual states 4 headsets can be connected. Oct 7, 2011
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Hecam: up to 4 units. Nov 10, 2011
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connie: 3 plus yours Sep 16, 2011
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A shopper asked: i was wondering if the rider to rider intercom only works when other riders have the same brand and model bluetooth or can i have the smh-10 and a friend have another brand bluetooth set? Apr 11, 2014
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Dwayne W: not with the current firmware updates. this now works with other brands of bluetooth intercoms. reportedly even the kind you use with your phone. so someone in a car can be in on it. Sena was the first to announce this just a couple of months ago and already a couple of others have gone this way and announced their updates that allow the same things. in short order I am sure all of them will be interconnectable. to be clear I have not yet tested this functionality. but I know several riders who have the SMH-10 and have tested it and reported it is working well. and Sena is really good about quick updates and improvements to their products.

as for just this set. me and my Girl have them and I can't be more satisfied. I have had the inter phone F5 and although it is excellent it just doesn't compare to the SMH-10 I have also had the opportunity to use this across multiple riders while at the falling leaf rally and worked excellent and was easy to hook up.

hope that helps.
Apr 11, 2014
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Glen J: The rider to rider only works within a brand. The SENA products are interoperable within the family (SMH-10 will talk to the -5 and both will talk to the other bluetooth products). The SENA will not talk to Cardio or other products.

You can fall back to CB-radio -- most of the products have a provision for connecting the headset to a radio.

You can also use a cell phone call to link headsets. This requires that you have cell coverage (often not true where I ride) and are willing to spend the minutes (many plans are free within the network or when connected to listed friends).
Apr 14, 2014
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Robert A: Yes, the SMH 10 will connect with up to four universal headsets. That means they can be different brands. You can download the current user manual under Support on their website and the instructions and details are on page 33. This replaced some old Scala set that I had for five years or so and the new technology is amazing. You'll be very happy with the SMH10.
Bob
Apr 11, 2014
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marc a: sena smh-10 bluetooth works with another brand bluetooth set,check pairing method on youtube Apr 11, 2014
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Barry C: As long as they are both 3.0 systems works with my BMW system Apr 11, 2014
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Kevin S asked: I am considering the SENA SMH10 because of it's stellar reviews. I would like to know, if it is possible, what I would need to purchase to be able to install it on my Shoei Neotec helmet (and my wifes future Neotec) for longer rides, but also be able to transfer it to our half helmets (Akoury AK88) without having to purchase 4 units. Is this doable? Jan 24, 2014
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Daniel L: Yep it is as you can purchase just the lower unit (mic and connection that connects to your helmet) for about $30/ea. I do not have half helmets so I cannot specifically address how to connect them. But as long at you can get the mic by your mouth and a way to listen to your ears (I like using earbuds I put directly in my ears per the URL below) so I get max sound.

Sena's are really terfic and we have up to 4 riders all connected and they work great.

See: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-smh-10-helmet-clamp-kit-earbuds-with-boom-and-wired-microphone
Jan 24, 2014
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Tracy D M: You can easily transfer the sena units to different helmets if you simply get another clamp kit for the the other helmets.

Depending on which Sena model you get Revzilla has many options to suit your needs. There are choices ranging from having a detached mic or earbuds.

For example http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-smh-10-helmet-clamp-kit-attachable-boom-and-wired-microphone

I have 2 helmets and I have both of them wired with clamp kits.
Jan 24, 2014
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Dan F: Hi Kevin,
I had a rough start with the SENA SMH10. One unit would not take a charge, then the wall charger was no good. Revzilla took care of it. I installed it on Arai Corsair but it should be the same on the Neotec. The full kit comes with all you will need to install it. You will not be a able to use it on a half helmet. Not because of the hardware, but you will not be able to hear anything from the wind noise on the microphone.
Ride Safe,
Dan
Jan 24, 2014
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Jerry G: The smh10 comes with several mounting options and you may have to do some minor alterations of the padding or edges. The speakers are to be set into helmets that have a space for them, which most do. They will not work on the half helmet unless you get the additional speakers designed for the half helmet. You may also need an additional mounting bracket as well. Jan 24, 2014
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Larry G: You dont need anything extra for a shoei neotec....that is what I have. Transfering to other helmets is doable but a nuisance, I would guess. Maybe you could get two extra mounting sets, and just transfer the audio modules? That would take seconds. Jan 24, 2014
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Aaron P asked: Does this have a "push to talk" feature or is it a constantly open channel? So if I'm mumbling curse words at the SUV who just cut me off, will other riders hear my rants? Nov 19, 2013
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Nathan G: It has a push to talk for the head sets and a separate button to push that you can connect your phone to via Bluetooth and make calls. The push to talk headed set works by connecting each individual head set to yours and you push jog button once to talk to headset 1 and twice to talk I headset 2 and so on. Once your done talking push the jog button to end the conversation. Nov 20, 2013
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Shaun F: Yes it has push to talk. And it's bluetooth, so it has to be paired and put into "discovery mode" before another bluetooth user can hear it. Nobody will be eavesdropping on you, although there have been more than a few times where I wish some of the car drivers out there could here me!

It's a decent unit for communication or listening to directions from your GPS, but the audio quality for music is sub-par.
Nov 19, 2013
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Daniel L: Push to connect to other Sena riders. Push again to disconnect. Listen to music by yourself and also hear GPS Navigation as well as take phone calls. Although, with the V4.3 upgrade, it is now possible to listen to music while connected to fellow riders and all hear the same music - though I have not tried this feature yet (but anxious to). Nov 19, 2013
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Dan M: Yes, the Sena SMH-10 has a "push to talk" feature where you push the big main button once to connect to another Sena user through the intercom. To disconnect you would push it again. I've found the Sena system to be a well designed easy to use communication device. No complaints. Nov 24, 2013
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Jay S: Yes it does have a push to talk button. It works great. I wish more of my riding buddies had them Nov 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can use my own ear phones with this unit? Oct 17, 2013
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Jim Z: NO! You can NOT use your own earphones with the SMH-10 BLUETOOTH heaeset Dual Pack.

IN the SMH-10 BLUETOOTH heaeset Dual Pack, is, essentially, TWO complete sets, for use by TWO SEPARATE USERS.

In the SMH-10 BLUETOOTH heaeset Dual Pack, you will receive 2 identical helmet brackets, 2 identical sending units, (that clip into the Helmet Bracket),, 2 identical boom mikes and some other small mounting paraphernalia.

It is important to know that HELMET BRACKETS that comes with the SMH-10 BLUETOOTH heaeset Dual Pack each have SPEAKERS HARDWIRED TO THE BRACKET. The Bracket does NOT permit you to use your headphones. The Bracket REQUIRES you to use the Speakers that are hard-wired to the Bracket.

HOWEVER: For an additional $30 (approximate cost) you can buy the "Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit " for use with YOUR EARBUDS. Here is the link to this product on Revzilla's site:

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-smh-10-helmet-clamp-kit-earbuds-with-boom-and-wired-microphone

What you get with this (extra, and different "Helmet Clamp Kit" is simply a different HELMET CLAMP, that is NOT hardwired to speakers, and that has a mini-phone plug port into which you can plug the in-ear- Earbuds (Headphones) of your choice. You will then click in the same old Sending Unit that you you received with the "SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack".

My use of the (extra) earbud headset has been satisfactory, as it allows me to use noise blocking earphones, and still communicate, listen to tunes, etc.

CAVEAT!!! READ THE REVIEW for the Helmet Clamp Kit! It has a fragile headphone connector that has (for me, and others) broken pretty quickly. I think that if you are EXTREMELY CAREFUL with it, you may get more use out of it than some of the reviewers.

Hope this has been helpful. jvz
Oct 17, 2013
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Darlane M: No, the ear phones are hard wired to the base unit that attaches to the helmet.
It would be a good idea to have the ear phones plug in so that one could use any pair they would like, maybe on future units it will be that way. I will say that the units work extremely well with rider to passenger have not used them from rider to rider. The bluetooth for the phone works just as good, I have talked with friends at highway speed with a half helmet with no problems. The bike is a 2012 Victory Vision.
Oct 17, 2013
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Alfred Z: I'm not sure I never tried. I'm at work now and I don't have them in front of me so I'm not even sure if there is a jack for headphones. I believe my son purchased the same product from you he has the same first and last name ask him. Oct 17, 2013
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Matthew P: The helmet speakers are hard-wired into the unit. So, no, you can't use your own. Oct 17, 2013
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Joshua D: No it comes with speakers that get built into the helmet Oct 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of Shoei XR 1100 helmets and was wondering if the device is compatible with those helmets?

Thank you

Peter
Oct 7, 2013
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Bobby R: Yes, works great, the speakers fit in the indentations in the helmet. The Sena has a very secure mounting system. Install should take about ten minutes per helmet.

These work very well and have plenty of volume. Works great bike to bike, and pairing with your phone or GPS. One you connect bike to bike you just carry on a normal conversation.

The company puts out updates regularly for the product.
Oct 7, 2013
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Dan M: I use the Sena SMH-10 on two Shoei Hornet (Dual Sport) helmets and they fit our helmets perfectly. I'm not familar with the Shoei XR 1100 helmets but the Sena base slides between the outer shell and the foam on my helmet and is then clamped in place. It has been on my helmet for over a year and over 20k km's and has never come loose. Excellent design and very rugged product. Oct 15, 2013
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Christopher D: I don't have the shoei helmet but this headset fits universally. In my shark helmet it is a little snug but comfortable. The speakers are about 2" in diameter round by 1/8" or so thick. They can on long rides irritate the ears and get uncomfortable if your looking around a lot because they do move a little in my older helmet. Hope this helps Oct 7, 2013
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Alf M: I don't know anything specific about the fit with Shoei helmets, but I'd be very surprised if you encountered any problems. The installation is simple and straightforward. The Sena SMH 10 headsets work very well by the way. Oct 7, 2013
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luis carlos s: No problem con the sena and your helmet . Fits perfect Oct 7, 2013
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Jason H asked: Will this unit work with the HJC CL-Max II modular (flip-up) full-face helmet, or should I get the unit that has the attachable-detachable boom? Sep 10, 2013
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Greg J: Should. The boom is attached to the mount that attaches to the rest of the helmet. Should not interfere with the flip up portion. I have six of these and have used them on quite a few different helmets without issue. These really are great units. We use them for road riding and snowmobiling. Sep 18, 2013
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Michael O: You may find the attachable / detachable gives you more flexibility, especially with modular helmet. We use both the fixed boom on full face and attach /detach on modular ( schuberth and shoei). Sena is a great product. Sep 18, 2013
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DIEGO FERNANDO O: I wouldn't know. I don t have that helmet. I have a modular Shoei and until now it has just worked fine Sep 19, 2013
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Joe S: My brother has that helmet and uses the stock one. I think you'd be fine with it. Sep 18, 2013
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Jason H: Thank you! Sep 21, 2013
Craig L: This works quite well with my Schuberth C3 modular helmet Sep 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi

I was wondering how well this unit fits on a Nolan N-42 helmet. Does the clamp system fit around the odd plastic lip? Or do you have to use the adhesive pad? If you do have to use the pad, how well does it stick on the soft plastic bottom lip of this helmet model?

Thanks for your help!
Denis
Feb 25, 2012
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2bearbill: I used the adhesive pad to install it on my Schuberth and then used the clamp to install the intercom on my ARAI. The adhesive is so strong I destroyed the original plastic mount to get it off the Schuberth - unbelievably strong! Be sure you have it where you want it and don't plan to remove it - you will have to replace the part with the adhesive. Jul 23, 2012
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wayne w: I used the adhesive mount on my wife's Nolan. Worked just fine. Couldn't seem to get the clam to fit just right. If you were to notch the plastic it would work. I wasn't comfortable doing that. I keep helmets for a while. Jul 2, 2012
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RevZilla: The Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset should fit your Nolan N-42 with no issues. In the event of the clamp not fitting on the plastic lip, the adhesive pad should stick properly to any type of surface. May 2, 2012
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4Doodles: If you can fit the thickness of 2 credit cards between your outer/inner shell/liner and the outer shell/lip is less than 1/2-1/4 inch, it should work fine Jul 31, 2012
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jcolo: clamp it
ive put this product on f ive differnt helmets so far
May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack Version 2.0 Jan 5, 2012
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Wabutter: If your CB is integrated to the bike this might be a problem, I am using the SR 10- with my SMH 10 and have successfully matched up the my CB radio. I started with a Radio Shack Walkie Talkie that I discovered generated RF interference when the radio was keyed in to the transmission mode. After working through the issues I purchased and Midland 75-822 walkie talkie that has a mobile adapter that mounts where the battery would be installed. This provided a power interface and a pigtail wire for the Antenna using the SO-239 connector. Once the antenna lead was isolated from the point where the PTT wire and speaker output cable were inserted the interference went away. I am using the ICOM cable from SENA for the interface for both radios.

Good Luck
Feb 9, 2012
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Stan Z.: I agree. CB's are unfortunately 'old-tech'. Now if you've heard of a CB that has a bluetooth handset, which I highly doubt, then the Sena could possibly control base functions to which it was designed for; namely volume, channel up/down, and voice activated chat. But to my knowledge no futuristic CB has been designed for such use. The Sena was designed for bike to bike and rider to passenger communications, GPS, music, and phone integration. It does these extremely well. I own both the Sena and the UClear and by far the hands-down winner is the Sena. Jan 11, 2012
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Moschetto: There are a variety of audio accessory cables from Sena which may allow you to use the SMH-10 with your CB. Take a look at the 2 way radio connector cables which may allow you to communicate 2 ways, or even a simple 3.5mm audio cable, which may allow you to at least hear the audio through the headset. These options would be hard-wired only, however. Not wireless. Jan 31, 2012
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jcolo: yes sort of ...they also sell a product (SR-10) that converts any non blue tooth gadget to bluetooth via hard wire...sr10 to say walkie talkie , then you can use their headset via bluetooth , no wires to helmet May 14, 2012
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ADVJason: Unfortunately not. The system will connect to Bluetooth compatible devices only. Jan 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi I have full face helmets (not flip up) but unsure which product may best boom mic only or the universal pack with both options. Do either work better. Any opinions much appreciated? Oct 2, 2014
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Andrew B: I have only had and used the boom mic and in my experience with 3 different full faced helmets, it is too difficult to get the boom in a place that doesnt pick up a lot of wind and road noise from underneath the helmet. This causes the ability for you to have a conversation to be comparable to that of having little to no cell phone reception with a lot more yelling and asking the person on the other phone or sena headset to repeat what they said or speak up. That SAID!!! Its an amazing headset for music and all around use just lacking in its ability for real clear conversation unless your tooling around town at less than 45mph or have a better dialed in set up where wind and road noise are inconsequential. Oct 2, 2014
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Greene Locksmiths a: This product was installed on a full face Harley helmet that flipped up but it should not make a difference if it doesn't. As long as you can mount the boom mic on the side of the helmet, it should work. Oct 2, 2014
Jarrett M: The boom mike works great in a full face helmet. Oct 2, 2014
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Chris V: I have boom mic and it works great. Oct 13, 2014
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A S asked: HOW MANY UNITS CAN BE USED TOGETHER AT THE SAME TIME? Aug 9, 2014
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Jacob c: i have paired up to 4 people and the manual says also 4. i am yet to get another rider as the 5th to test he would be in the conversation Sep 9, 2014
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Berkeley F: The manual says FOUR. You can download it at the SENA site (as a PDF). Aug 29, 2014
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Mats B: You can have up to 4 users talking to each other Aug 15, 2014
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paul C: 10 Sep 5, 2014
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Robert B asked: looking into Bluetooth for my wife and I. She has a new N104 (from Revzilla), I have a 5 year old Nolan modular (noisy!), recommendations? I don't want to spend more than $350.

Thanks
May 5, 2014
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Alfred Z: My wife and I have one and are happy. The range on these things is 1/2 mile line of sight. I ride with some fellas that use them and they are all fairly happy with them except for the limited range. Listening to music is good. Receiving phone calls is easy with controls the simple controls. Easy to use with winter gloves. Sound quality is very good on both ends. My one son wears a expensive full face helmet and does not like it because it presses against his ears. He is the only person I met that has that problem and I have met ten's of people who have the same model. They would be allot nicer if you could keep a back up battery. Hope this helps. Also, if you try using with brain bucket type helmet the the noise cancellation gets overwhelmed. Jul 7, 2014
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Glen J: I also use the Sena on Nolan, Ari and other helmets. Have not had a problem. I use the "S" bend earplugs and can hear well. A 5 year old helmet is pretty much at the end of its useful life. Consider a new helmet so that it does you good in a crash. Jun 25, 2014
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William M: My helmet is loud also. I wear earplugs to eliminate the wind noise. The Sena bluetooth is loud enough to hear even with earplugs in. May 7, 2014
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Guy W: I put it on a Shoei and a Scorppian helmet. There is a universal mount which should fit any helmet. Jun 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have never had an intercom system for my motorcycle. Now, after getting my wife to ride, we need one. I ride with full, half and no helmet. She rides with full or half. What product would you recommend that can transfer from full, to half or no helmet. As you can tell
I want an all around communication device. Can you help?
Apr 25, 2014
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Brendan F: Greetings

Well to start with, you won't find many communication devices that will work when using NO HELMET. I have tried a few of the highest rated BT devices and found the Sena SMH-10 to be without a doubt the best all around one out there!
Now, I would NOT purchase the newer SMH-10R which does actually have some sleeker and more advanced buttons, but other than that it does not differ from the older version with the jog dial. This feature is absolutely priceless since one can do a number of things with it while using gloves, on the move, and without any question as to which way it should be turned and pressed.

The Sena is extremely easy to set up inside your helmet and even easier to connect to the other headset and devices such as an iPod, cell phone, or any other BT device! Once "paired" together it can be used to listen to music while riding, making and taking phone calls, and in your case communicating with your wife via the intercom method. It is voice activated so just openly talking into the tiny boom mike to her is all you need to do. It can also pair up with up to 4-5 other riders who have same device and you all can talk to each other while riding about when one needs gas, food, or most importantly to make a head call. LOL. Range is great but Id say that if the other rider is out of sight then its not gonna work. Wind noise is NOT a factor believe it or not either! I was driving down I-95 in Virginia and listening to music. It beeped a few times and I just reached up and pressed the jog dial once and was then speaking to my wife on the cell phone. She asked where I was and when I said doing 75 mph on the highway she thought i was joking! She said there was no wind or indication I was on a bike at the time. isn't that unreal?

The dual pack of this system is a fantastic deal thru Revzilla and they warranty it more than anyone Ive ever seen! I had one issue w a battery and they quickly exchanged it.. If I were you I would give this a try for sure!
Apr 25, 2014
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Daniel L: No helmet intercom? Man, you have high expectations... :)

All I can say is the Sena SMH-10s I have can transfer from full to half helmet quite easily - especially if you have the adapter which allows you to plug in your headphones/earbuds instead of in-helmet speakers. We have four riders in our family and we all are amazed at the Senas we have.

As far as without a helmet, suppose if you can put the main unit in your jacket, put the headphones/earbuds in your ears and keep them there with all the wind, and can finally figure a way to put the microphone where it will pick up your voice and not get blasted with rushing wind noise all the power to ya. Let me know how that works for you as I would love to hear a creative solution.

Good luck.
Apr 25, 2014
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Jerry G: I think you can buy all the speakers, boom mike and connections for both half and full helmet and just transfer the blue tooth device between helmets. I only use my Sena 10 on my full helmet and works great for my passenger and other riders. Apr 25, 2014
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Jay S: I have a full face helmet and it works great on it. I would think it might be a hassle changing from one helmet to another. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: SMH-5 or SMH-10? I already have two SMH-5s. I love them. However, the kids now have bikes and I would like all four of us to be able to communicate while on a ride (three riders and one passenger). Is it possible to have at least 3 of us talk at the same time with the SMH-5? (I could buy one more). If I want all four of us to communicate do I need to switch everyone over to the 10? Or, could I simply add two 10s, and pair them with the two 5s I already have? Or, could I buy two additional 5s (I like the FM model) and pair all four of the 5s?

In reviewing them, I find conflicting information. Some say that three of the 5s may be paired.
Apr 2, 2014
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Howard B: I HAVE 2 SMH-10 AND THEN I BOUGH 2 MORE CAUSE THE GRAND KIDS WANT TO TALK WITH US BUT WHEN I GO ON LONG RIDES WE PAIR UP WITH SOME FRIENDS THEN WE HAVE 4 OF US SO WE ARE ALL PAIRED UP I WISH I COULD HELP YOU WITH THE SMH-5 I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THEM .BUT THE SMH-10 I LIKE A LOT THEY WORK GREAT I HOPE THIS HELP YOU . THEY ARE BEST, THANKS SENA AND REZVILLA .I WOULD NOT HESITATE BUY AGAIN FROM THEM, TAGALONG Apr 15, 2014
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Yendis B: I have two SMH-10's and an SMH-5. The idea was to be able to talk to my brother while he rode on a seperate bike, and also talk to my girfriend on the back of my bike. However, I could not figure out how to conference in all three at once. So you can only connect two at a time. Apr 25, 2014
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Andre L: Look, you are thinking way to far into this. Read the tech specs, and see which ones suit your riding style best. Simple as that. This should be easy, not hard Apr 21, 2014
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Curtis M: Sorry, I do not know how SMH-10s work with SMH-5s. I did get notice that a patch is available for the 10s that will help them communicate with any FM wireless. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,

Would like to know if the Sena SMH 10 with Boom microphone connected to unit will fit a Shark Modular Evoline 3 helmet

Or, do I need to order the Universal microphone kit?

Thanks,
Paul
Jan 7, 2014
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Curtis M: With the supplied glued surface mounting adapters and speaker-microphone clamp units, I have been able to use the Sena with multiple helmets both full faced and modular flip up. If there is an option to replace the mic boom with loose wire and velcro for the back of the mic, that would be even better.
Under His wings
Curtis
Jan 18, 2014
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Curtis M: With the supplied glued surface mounting adapters and speaker-microphone clamp units, I have been able to use the Sena with multiple helmets both full faced and modular flip up. If there is an option to replace the mic boom with loose wire and velcro for the back of the mic, that would be even better.
Under His wings
Jan 19, 2014
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francis m: The Sena SMH-10 should work with any full faced helmet. The main module clamps on the outside of the helmet. You can choose how you want to route the ear phones in your helmet and the boom mic simply wraps under the chin guard. Jan 16, 2014
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Gary R: My wife and I both have Shoie Multitech modular helmets. The installation was easy and they great. Hope this helps. Jan 16, 2014
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A S asked: is Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack going with any helmet ??? Jan 3, 2014
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Michael O: Seems to fit most. We use them on all Schuberth and Shoei versions of helmets (full face and flip-up). Attaching the outside clamp to the Schuberth C-3 flip-up, requires a bit more effort to find the right location. But, once on it is perfect.

Great products - dependable, durable and simple to use.
Jan 3, 2014
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Lawrence H: Yes, I currently use mine on a modular Shark helmet. I have also used it on my Arai full face and Shuberth modular helmets. Very easy to install and remove.

The system works very well and I use it every time I ride to listen to music on my Iphone, as well as make and receive occasional phone calls.
Jan 3, 2014
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Glen J: I've used mine on Arai full face and off-road helmets, Norton full face, flip up and open face helmets and others in our riding group have them on Shoei, Schuberth, and various others. I've also installed mine on a snow board helmet, which is basically a brain pan. Feb 5, 2014
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David J: Yes, a pair of Shoei RF-1100 Jan 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Dual Package come with 2 of everything, charger cables, pads, etc.? May 6, 2013
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RevZilla: Per the Sena Bluetooth website the dual pack comes with two of everything that is found in a single pack. A single pack contains:

Headset Main Unit
Speaker Microphone Clamp Unit
USB Power and Data Cable
Cigarette Charge
3.5mm Stereo Audio Jack Cable
Glued Surface Mounting Adapto
Microphone Sponges
Velcro Pads for Speakers
Allen Wrench
Speaker Pads
Microphone Cap
May 13, 2013
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JPHondaST1300: The Sena smh10 dual pack comes with literally 2 of everything. There is no sharing required. May 13, 2013
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Jess H: Yes, two of everything, except paperwork and boxes. May 13, 2013
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summsett: Yes - 2 of everything - all you need is in the box. May 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can I use this with my iPad? Mar 27, 2013
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MarkG52: I suppose you could pair it up with the bluetooth. The only problem I could see is where are you going to put the iPad on the motorcycle. Starting the music and putting it in the saddle bags would be an option but I certainly would not try and mount it in the open. iPads were not designed for the vibration and weather environments encountered on a motorcycle. Mar 28, 2013
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RevZilla: Both the Sena SMH-10 and iPad support Bluetooth A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), so you can stream music or other audio from the iPad to the Sena. However, you will only be able to stream to one communicator. In order to stream to both communicators simultaneously, you would also need the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter. Mar 29, 2013
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JPHondaST1300: If your iPad has Internet service (ISP) then yes it will connect to your Sena Bluetooth headset. My iPad only picks up WiFi where available so I only connect my iPhone and it works great. May 13, 2013
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Jess H: Should work fine, it is basically just a Bluetooth headset to the ipad May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: How is the install? Jul 24, 2012
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RevZilla: The install is pretty straightforward, just follow the user guide below. Give us a shout if you run into any trouble!

http://www.revzilla.com/assets/0000/0688/UsersGuide_Sena_SMH10-v4.0.pdf
Jul 25, 2012
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Fatberny: It fit easily on my Signet Q which is very similar. Easy install, took about 20 minutes. Nov 5, 2012
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pabohoney: Yes, I have it installed on a similar Arai helmet and it was not a problem. Oct 29, 2012
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Jay1749: very easy. everything you need is included. Oct 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have the last version of smh10 and the music playback is way too soft. Can barely here it over 25 mph. Just plain awful. Tried multiple Verizon iPhones on a few different smh10 headsets. I even bought the new version to see if that made a difference without success? Is there a remedy? Anyone else have this issue?

Sound on 2 way, rider to rider is perfect.
Jul 30, 2011
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lawspud: I use my ATT iPhone 4S as my mp3 player through an SMH10 in a full-face Arai. The volume is excellent for both phone and music functions. When I first paired the phone, for some reason the mic on the SMH10 didn't function. The phone was still using its internal microphone. I ended up resetting the SMH10 and clearing the pairing from the phone, then starting over. Now all works perfectly. Not your problem, I know, but you might want to try resetting both devices. Also, the music output volume on the iPhone seems to be independent of phone volume output. So make sure that the volume on the phone is set to max during music playback. I'm sure you've already grid these things, but those are my thoughts. Feb 12, 2012
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Chris K: Make sure that the volume is turned up not only on the Sena unit, but also on your iPhone. Sometimes this can effect playback as well. Obviously the loudness of your helmet and type of helmet are a factor, but usually the Sena works quite well as it is definitely the loudest Bluetooth player we have seen. If you continue to have problems feel free to give us a call at 877-792-9455. Aug 3, 2011
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C.: Funny, I too have Verizon iPhone 4 and do not have the problem you describe. Unless, my face shield is up. I use the latest version Sena 10 in a FF Arai Quantum2 and a Nolan Trilogy - all features work great for me. Do an iPhone update check Sena.com for any update but I dont think thefe are any to date. Check the positioning of your ear bud / disks in helmet Aug 22, 2011
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Dondy: Not sure if the soft sound is only certain song or all songs. Not all song have the same audio output.
Please check your Iphone 4 in Setting - Music:
- uncheck Sound Check
- Volume limit off
and then please slide your volume in Music to maximum. You adjust the volume only in SMH10.

Good luck.
Dec 6, 2011
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A shopper asked: I beleive the latest version was released only a few weeks ago. I just want to make sure I am ordering the newest version. Jul 6, 2011
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Moschetto: I believe this is the latest version of the SMH-10, but keep in mind that the SMH-5 is set for release in a few weeks, and features Bluetooth 3.0 vs. the SMH-10's 2.1. It is less expensive, but does not have a 3.5mm audio input, and it's range and battery life are slightly less. Jan 31, 2012
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C.: All Revzilla is currently selling is the newly released version. Got mine in early July. LOVE It. Works great - loud and clear. Bike to bike communication was our main goal and it works perfectly. The Dual set was 300.00 no discounts - the previous version one was discounted. Aug 22, 2011
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Matt K: We are now selling only the latest version SMH10 unit, this is the "version 2.0" system and was released in mid-June 2011. Jul 18, 2011
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jcolo: yes units are .... firmware may not.... be but can be downloaded via web...they do alot of firmware updates May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hello

I brought a pair of head sets and when paired and turned up to hear each other there is too much static and interference to keep talking and have to turn the units down but then can not hear each other...

Can anyone tell me what the issue is..... ????
Aug 9, 2014
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Donald P: Have you uploaded the new firmware? There was a change made to allow intercoms w/ non-Sena units. Perhaps it will help. If not, it sounds like you make have a problem in the audio amplifier circuit. Regardless of ether it's an intercom issue or an audio amp issue. I'd contact the Revzilla Team to see about exchange if the firmware doesn't help. Aug 9, 2014
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Howard B: try repairing again see if that would help , one more thing pull down your face shield try that , hope this might help i have not had this prolume ,sena are great bluetooth sets i have had gook luck with them, Aug 9, 2014
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Paul A: Install the little plastic wind blockers on the mic, they were included with the units. Aug 11, 2014
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Kyle C asked: I recently purchased the smh10 dual pack. Is it possible for me to just buy the wired mic and connect it instead of using the boom mic? Aug 5, 2014
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Nico C: No. You must buy the additional kit which is the mountin bracket, boom/wired mic and headphones/speakers. There are a couple options to the kits you order so make sure you get the correct one. Aug 5, 2014
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DONALD N: The boom mike works well except for noise cancelling. I'd stick with that. I do not use it as a hot mike. Aug 5, 2014
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Jacob c: if the base plate is having detachable speaker wires you can .

if you have bought the once with wires without detaching speaker wire option then you need to buy base plate additional which has the option to remove.
Sep 9, 2014
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A S asked: Hi,

Would like to know if the Sena SMH10 Boom Microphone (attached to unit) will fit a Shark Evoline 3, will boom be long enough? due to the chin bar mechanism being so low on the side of the helmet.

Or, do I need the Universal Microphone Kit?

Thanks,
Paul
Jan 7, 2014
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Steven M: I have mine installed in a shoei noted and know that he mic doesn't have to be directly in front of your mouth. My wife rides with a 3/4 helmet and normally has the boom mic up around her cheek and eye area. Not sure on what makes the Shark much more different but I will sum it up by saying the mic has a good audio pick up distance. Jan 7, 2014
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MARK W: Great question! I installed mine and you do need to set it back due to the mechanics involved. The boom is a bit short. I was going to try to re-adjust it, but you may want to try the UMK. I really love the ease of use with the Sena over the Scala. Happy riding! Jan 8, 2014
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Howard B: WE HAVE 2 OTHER SENAS WE PUT THEM ON SHOEI HELMETS FULL FACE WORKS GREAT I HOPE THAT HELP WE LOVE OUR SENAS THE BEST ON THE MARKET. YOU WENT TO THE RIGHT PLACE REVZILLA , THEY ARE GREAT TO WORK WITH THEY KNOW THEY PRODUCT Jan 8, 2014
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Robert C asked: We have Scorpion EXO 900 Transformer helmets, and need to know which best Sena part number to order? SHM10, SHM10 Universal, or the SHM 10R? Nov 16, 2013
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Gene H: As far as I know the clamp is the same on the SMH10 and SHM10 Universal. The diffrence is the universal does not have the built in boom mic, the mic is separate thus provides more flexibility in where to place the mic. The SHM10R attaches with sticky and velcro and is a low profile with the battery pack placed elsewhere on the helmet. It is not clear to me that the panel panel built into the EXO 900 Transformer is design and/or big enough for the SMH10R. I'm happy with the jog dial setup on the SHM10 and the clamp kit has fit on a number of my helmets full face Arai, Shoei, Bell, and Scorpion(1000 and 1100) as well as an open face Shoei. I believe that it would fit fine on the Scorpion EXO 900 Transformer but I cannot tell you it will fit inside the bluetooth communicator panel/cutout. - Gene Nov 18, 2013
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Robert C: Thank you Gene. You have to buy bluetooth from Scorpion to fit in the knockout spot on the side of the helmet. I appreciate you response. Nov 20, 2013
Dan F: Robert,

I purchased a SHM10 and can confirm that it will work on a Arai Corsair 5. The SHM10 mounting system is quite universal so I would expect it to work on the Scorpion but I can't absolutely confirm that.

Ride Safe
Nov 18, 2013
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Dwight S: I purchased the SMH-10 dual pack and it fit perfectly. The wiring fit inside the liner easily, and the helmet operates normally. Between the ease of use and quality of the sound I am very happy. Use the mic shield! Nov 19, 2013
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Robert C: Thank you Dwight, I appreciate your response. Glad to find out the boom mic works on the transformer. Thanks fort the tip of the shield. Nov 20, 2013
A shopper asked: what is the difference between SMH-10 and bell mag 9 SMH-10? Sep 4, 2013
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Charles C: The SMH-10 is a Universal fit for all helmets but with different types of clamps/mics for open face or full face. The Bell Mag 9 SMH-10 is specifically made for the Bell Mag 9 Helmet. It has a different clamp which goes on the inside of the helmet and connects to the SMH-10 unit through a recessed area on the outside of the helmet where the SMH-10 unit sits. Just saw this question so you may already have the answer to this question. Apr 15, 2014
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Brendan F: To be honest I dont have any idea what the Bell Mag 9 is or if you are talking about the same Sena SMH-10 here?

I have the Sena on both my Bell Star and Arai helmets and it works fine on both. Sorry I cant be more helpful but not sure what item you mean here buddy.

Gunny Fitz
Sep 26, 2013
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Robbie Q: I wish I could answer your question, but I don't have a clue. I do know that my SMH-10 worked just great on a very wet almost 6,000 mile ride in July. Very good product so far. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the mike on Sena SMH-10 long enough so the unit can be mounted on a Nolan N104 and not get in the way of the sun shade control Mar 6, 2013
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Jess H: Using the sticky pad mount instead of the clamp mount it works well. It will need to be close to the release button for the shade, but still enough room to use and find it, even with fat fingers. May 13, 2013
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A6u5t1n: Hello: I recently purchased the Sena SMH-10 dual system and noticed that it is too big to install in the Nolan N104. Apr 29, 2013
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GaryEric: It looks to me like the sun shade control is right where the SENA would need to be mounted. May 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am interested in buying a dual set. There will be one for me and one for my mate, and we do not live together. Can I purchase a spare USB charger? Feb 24, 2013
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RevZilla: Good news! The Dual Pack comes with two of everything in the box, thus you'll get two USB cables and two Cigarette Chargers. All you would need to charge your device with a wall outlet is two of the Sena Universal AC Power Chargers. Feb 25, 2013
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Jess H: It comes with 2 usb cables for syncing/charging with a AC charger (not included) AND it comes with 2 12v cigarette lighter chargers May 13, 2013
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Nautical: Any standard micro-usb charger will work. I use the one that came with my phone and the one that came with my earbud. All Feb 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do I need to order an additional part? How does this unit charge? Feb 22, 2013
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dmcconnaughy: The unit comes with a cable only to charge it. It is a USB connector on one end and then the other end attaches to the Sena bluetooth pod. SInce it has a USB on one end it needs to be connected to a computer to charge, or a USB charger. What I did with ours was to use our iPod charging plug which allows me to charge the pod using a wall outlet. Mar 9, 2013
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Jess H: You need the little AC to USB adapter. You can buy them pretty cheap at best buys/radio shacks, even truck stops. It includes usb cables, just not the AC adapter. it DOES have the 12v cigarette lighter to USB charger included (2 of them). May 13, 2013
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RevZilla: The Sena SMH10 only comes with a USB charger; the Sena SMH-10 AC Power Charger Version 1 is sold separately. Feb 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would this work on a Blackberry? Aug 26, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, as long as your Blackberry is Bluetooth equipped, it is compatible with the Sena SMH-10. Aug 28, 2012
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pabohoney: Yes, as long as it has bluetooth, this unit will work just like any other bluetooth headset. Oct 29, 2012
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Baxter67: Yep it does as long as it Bluetooth compatable. Aug 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi,

I've been trying to get some info on if (and how) the SMH-10 might fit on a Shark Evoline 2? Specifically whether the speakers can be fitted relatively easily...

Thanks,
Rach
May 27, 2012
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FJRman: The unit clamps on to the helmet with allen screws (wrench provided). Speakers can be placed anywhere (velcro-like material on back adheres to cloth lining in the helmet). I route the wires under the helmet padding and bring the speakers out just in front of my ears for best volume. Jul 1, 2012
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Steph41: I think it fit any helmet, i have a Zeus and fit perfectly. If you have about half of an inch between your lips and th inside of the helmet, you should be fine. You'll probably have to use the glue type bracket that comes with the system like i did and works nice. May 28, 2012
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RevZilla: The Shark Evoline 2 will offer enough room for you to fit a set of speakers. It features cut-outs for the speakers that will allow you an easy installation inside the helmet for the Sena SMH10 or any other communication device. May 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: Bought the SHM10 in May and now the SR10 in September. The SR10 is firmware upgradeable but the version of the SHM10 that I got in May are not. (not the "b" version. Some of the patches in the latest firmware release would resolve some problems that I am having with my SHM10 and Android Smartphone.

What options are available
Nov 14, 2011
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Piano Hands: 5/16/12 Just today I spoke with Sena about this. They continue to offer an option for those of us in this category. They offer the main unit and the cables (no microphone, clamps, etc) for about $120 per unit. The number is 866-887-7362 x-116. I was told there is no expiration date for the offer. May 16, 2012
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Chris K: Sena did offer a program over the summer that allowed for an upgrade from the previous version at lower cost, however, I believe that program ended in August 2011. If you give them a call, they may be willing to make an exception. Nov 15, 2011
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OldYeller: I'd like to see the answer to this as well. Have the just prior to upgradeable version too. (haven't had any smartphone/droid problems though). Works well. Nov 15, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have a Nolan NCom system on my riders helmet. Can I use the Sena SMH10 for my passengers helmet? Will they commuicate with each other? Nov 5, 2011
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Stan Z.: No. I have both the Sena and UClear com systems and they do not communicate with each other. Each manufacturer has an assigned frequency. Just like a walkie talkie on channel 'A' won't talk to another one on channel 'B', the same applies to the various communications systems for bike helmets. Jan 11, 2012
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Stevan P: They will not be able to communicate to each other. Dec 5, 2011
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lawspud: According to the Sena forums, no. Feb 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: would the sena work with my garmin nuvi 765t for directions thanks Oct 18, 2011
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C.: The. buetooth connection between my Sena and Garmin works great. I can hear everything loud and clear bike to bike, iPhone4 and Garmin Nuvi Oct 18, 2011
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OldYeller: I can't speak for the Nuvi specifically but I have yet to have a Bluetooth device unable to pair with my Sena so if it's Bluetooth I'd feel very confident that it will work fine. Oct 19, 2011
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FJRman: SMH10 will communicate with GPS units with bluetooth Jul 1, 2012
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Rudy R asked: My wife and I both wear Biltwell Gringo full face, any issues that you can see using this product on our helmets? Sep 2, 2014
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paul C: I wear the Scorpion full face and it works great with it. Sep 5, 2014
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Rudy R: Sounds good, thanks for the response. Sep 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Has anyone tried this with a Shoei RF-1200 helmet? I'm wondering how the speakers fit and if it hurts the ears or is hard to get on/off. Jun 24, 2014
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Nico C: I have the RF1100 and is slightly different but I also use the pads that move the speakers closer to the ears. I would think it would be fine w/ the RF1200. Aug 5, 2014
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Alfred Z: Not sure about the RF-1200 but my son has a shoei and he does get ear pain and hardly ever uses the head set when riding. Jul 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do you access music, navigation system, phone while on the road by voice commands? Jun 24, 2014
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Richard H: You push the button on the helmet, like the Seri button on the phone then you can give voice commnads. Jul 7, 2014
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Alfred Z: All excellent. Controls are super easy to use even with winter gloves on going fast. Jul 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can the SMH-10 be used with a Verizon navigation app on a Droid Razor? Jun 24, 2014
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Glen J: The SENA family (SMH-5, 10, 20) will all pair with a Droid (or Apple) phone. This will allow turn-by-turn into the headset. Battery time on the Sena is basically all day. The phone will only last for a few hours while using Bluetooth, GPS and running an app. Consider an external battery for the phone so that you don't lose out in the middle of things. Jun 25, 2014
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Pete G: In general, Bluetooth is Bluetooth, as long as the headset connects, and the apps doesn't somehow block Bluetooth redirection for its output, then it should work fine (these would all be edge-cases, there's really no reason it shouldn't work, but there's no way to say 100%). Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: You have two SMH10 Dual Packs for sale at different prices 284.95 vs 269.95 what is the difference?
Can I use my custom earplugs instead of the speakers?
Apr 4, 2014
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Yendis B: I cant say enough about these headsets. I love them. Im not sure if you can use customs headsets. I used everything that comes with the set, and regardless of how fast I rode, the signal was chrystal clear. Apr 25, 2014
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Douglas S: The difference between the two packages are the audio cables and others minor stuff. No, you can't use yours earplugs instead of the speakers.
I'm very happy with the Sena SMH10.
Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a smh10 r dual head set unit. My wife has her iPhone in sync but I want to use my iPod 5, I have tried to get it to sync but won't. Can this be done with a iPod or do I have get get myself a iPhone which I don't want? I have tried to reset but that didn't work either. I hate technology Nov 13, 2013
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Gene H: I'm not sure why your headset is picking up your Wife's iPhone but you will have to tell it to igore the iPhone. When I got my iPod I had to tell it to ignore my iPhone it gets confused because as you know the iPhone also has an iPod. What you do is try to synch with your iPod and when the two devices show up on the screen tell it to ignore the iPhone, once you do that you will not be able to receive calls but since it's your wife's iPhone that should not be a problem. - Gene Nov 18, 2013
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Daniel L: Simply plug your iPod into the 3.5mm jack and you should be able to listen to your iPod. Nov 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this Sena SMH-10 connect via Bluetooth to my Garmin nuvi? Oct 20, 2013
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Glen J: The SMH-10 connects to anything I have tried. This includes a Garmin Zumo 665, several telephones, several car radios, and some incidental devices. Not all nuvi models have bluetooth. If your nuvi is bluetooth equipped I believe it will connect.

On my 665 I need to run the volume all the way up to hear over wind and road noise. This may be due in part to having a very small windshield so I get a lot of wind buffeting.

Hope this helps
Oct 21, 2013
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Gregory H: It will connect will all Gamin products as far as I know. However I tend to turn off the voice prompts cause it interrupts my music too much. Still moving to Sena from the Cardo has been the best. Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this unit work with the HJC CL-Max II modular (flip-up) full-face helmet, or should I get the unit that has the attachable-detachable boom? Sep 8, 2013
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Antonio F G: Sena SMH-10 is my biggest choice for a small ride group up to four people. By my opinion the speakers sounds better than anyone else in the market, and Sena may be probably the easiest one to deal with in the market. I'd say a big "YES" bcz that same set works perfectly in my modular (flip-up) Shoei!!!!!! I hope I could help you. Tons of riding smiles miles for you...... TAKE CARE!!!!!! Oct 4, 2013
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Glen J: I have used by SMH-10 in Nolan flip up and full face helmets and my Ari Signet Q full face. I experimented with the button mike (Sena has several different helmet clamps available) but was happiest with the boom mike. The unit worked well with all helmets Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: The S2 has the sun visor slide on the left. How will this affect the fitment of the SMH-10? Feb 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The SMH-10 will not fit on the S2 due to the slider for the internal sunvisor. On a related note, the Sena SMH10-11 Universal Bluetooth Headset is the same exact device as the regular Sena SMH-10. The difference between the two kits is that the "universal headset" comes with the "Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Attachable Boom and Wired Microphone" instead of the "Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Boom Microphone" that is included in the regular SMH-10.

The "Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Attachable Boom and Wired Microphone" that comes with the SMH10-11 allows the user to mount the clamp further back on the helmet shell. This is ideal for a helmet like the Schuberth C3/S2 for example, which has the slider for the internal sun-visor located on the left side of the helmet where the regular "Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Boom Microphone" would be mounted normally.

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-smh10-11-universal-bluetooth-headset-dual-pack
Feb 26, 2013
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Jess H: It comes with a 3M Sticky mount that will go on any helmet. Most helmets allow for the clamp mount, but some need the sticky instead. It works find and sticks perfect. My wife's helmet has it attached that way and it works flawlessly May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: What I'm trying to ask is: say I'm riding with 10 people, and we all have the same headsets (this one), will we still be able to communicate? Or is the network limited to only 4 people? Feb 3, 2013
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RevZilla: With the SMH-10, a single unit can only be paired with up to 3 other units at a time, for a total of 4 people being able to communicate with each other simultaneously. To communicate with more people, you could use CB- or FRS-style radios in conjunction with the Sena SR10 Two-Way Radio Adapter and Bluetooth communicators. Feb 5, 2013
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Tale: According to the user manual, you are limited to 4 people with the intercom. Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: If I am having an intercom conversation with another rider over bluetooth, will the audio coming through the wired jack be mixed in with the intercom audio? Or does it cut off the same way other bluetooth sources do when a different bluetooth source is being used? Dec 24, 2012
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RevZilla: It sure would be cool to have the music playing in the background during a conversation. However, if you are listening to music using a wired jack, it will be cut off just like a bluetooth connection would. Dec 27, 2012
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Notlost234: The wired music mutes while the intercom is active Jan 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this unit be compatable with a Bell 500 helmet? And if so, will there be too much wind noise for it to work properly? Sep 17, 2012
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Jay1749: I am not familiar with the bell 500 but I ride with an HJC open face helmet. The boom mike works great and the noise with the shield down is obviously lower but I have been on the phone with visor up and visor down and they could still hear me. I ride behind a full screen too (BMW R1100RT). The mounting hardware is pretty simple and universal for the main unit. Oct 27, 2012
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RevZilla: You will not have any issues mounting the Sena SMH-10 to the Bell Custom 500 helmet. However, you are correct that wind noise may hinder the effectiveness of the speaker/microphone clarity.

With that in mind, we would recommend using an optional snap-on face shield for the custom 500 when using a Bluetooth communications device, e.g.
Sep 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: If not, what product would you recommend instead? Thanks. Jul 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The best way to mount the Sena SMH-10 to the Schuberth C2 is with the helmet mount and adhesive mount boom microphone available in the Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Attachable Boom and Wired Microphone or Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Earbuds with Boom and Wired Microphone. Jul 26, 2012
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4Doodles: Yes, it works with my Nolan N-90 flip up. Jul 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: It is my understanding that this helmet was designed to use the chaterbox but I ran across this product after a recommendation from a friend. Feb 20, 2012
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Chris K: Yes, this will fit on the IS-MAX BT without a problem. HJC is designed for the Chatterbox system, however, the Sena installs without any issues. Feb 21, 2012
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beemerdave: Having done one, I wouldn't put one on a Symax. Jun 19, 2012
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Russ B asked: Is that price correct? $284 for a DUAL PACK???? Meaning I would have one for both my wife and I? Oct 10, 2014
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Steven J: Yes, the dual pack has two identical units, two chargers and two usb cords. Oct 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Bell mag 9 and my husband does not will the dual pack of the sena smh 10 mount on his(Bilt Pilot) open face helmet and is there any other mount kits needed for his or mine? Apr 26, 2014
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Jerry C: The Sena SMH10 should mount fairly easily on your husband's helmet, although I question how satisfied you or he would be with any communication system. I use my system with modular helmets, and they work great. When I place or answer a phone call, the other party is unaware that I am riding. However, the reviews that I read on your husband's open face helmet all said the same thing.....noisy! Even a great Bluetooth system like this one will have a tough time overcoming a lot of external noise. Apr 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,

Would like to know if the Sena SMH10 Boom Microphone attached to unit will fit a Shark Evoline 3 helmet?

Or, do I need the Universal Microphone kit

Thanks,
Paul
Jan 7, 2014
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Douglas S: I have my Sena SMH installed in two helmets AGV, but I did installed a Cardo system in one Shark Evoline and I'm sure the Sena SMH will fit perfectly. You do not need the Universal Microphone unit.
Regards,
Douglas
Jan 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I use this to record my voice into either my Iphone or a recording device for motovlogging? May 7, 2013
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Jess H: If the app you use lets you do it with a plugged in headset, then you can do it with a Bluetooth headset. May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Sena SMH10 fit a Bell Revolver EVO helmet? Feb 22, 2013
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RevZilla: The "Internal Sunshade" mechanism on the side of the helmet will get in the way. For safety reasons, the bluetooth can only be attached to the left side of the helmet. Feb 25, 2013
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