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James B: wanted to be able to change our Bluetooth headsets over to our atv helmsetsJun 14, 2015
Fredric V: I bought a new helmet and needed a second clamp set.Jun 9, 2015
Brad C: needed to be able to swap my smh10 from a three quarter street helmet to my dual sport helmetJun 3, 2015
C W: Bought a second helmet. Needed a second mount.May 9, 2015
Jacob C: I already have an SMH10 on one helmet and wanted to be able to switch out the unit to another helmetMay 1, 2015
Erwin S: Perfect for my other helmets. These actually sound better that the kit that came with the Sena.Apr 29, 2015
Herbert U: For my new Scorpion T1200 HelmetApr 28, 2015
Vincent R: To mount to my wife's Schuberth C3 pro helmet. I also ordered one for my Shoei Neotec helmet. I'm currently using the attached boom mic that I had on a 3/4 helmet and the attached boom mic gets in the way of the chin bar while opening/closing. Then I'd have to constantly move and adjust the position.Apr 26, 2015
Darby S: Need to set up a 3rd helmet. I'll move the sena unit between the two helmets depending on who's riding with me, the wife or the kids.Apr 5, 2015
Mat G: I purchased the dual SMH-10 units for my two helmets a couple of years ago. Wasn't sure if I should have gotten the boom mics or the "universal" wired mics. Well, unfortunately, I chose the boom mics. They are on two Shoei RF-1000 helmets. Drives me nuts having the boom mic below the bottom rim of the helmet and the mic touches my lips when I have the helmet on. Since I'm getting a new Bell Star Carbon helmet, I wanted to try the wired mic instead of the boom on the new helmet.Mar 28, 2015
H Ross R: This was purchased to add the SMH-10 system to my Neotech modular.Jun 16, 2014
Ken M: I have the Sena, and love it The issue is that I have 2 bikes, where others ride with me in the back country. And sometimes they need a different size helmet. So this will allow me to instal the Sena on a Sm Med and Large extra helemts that I have!Jun 7, 2014
Curt D: This was sent to me to replace a unit that had a faulty speaker in a unit i bought as a pair. Rev Zilla took care of me right away. Thanks a lot guys!!!May 31, 2014
John D: I have 3 helmets I actively use and dont want to swap mounts when I do a helemt change.Apr 3, 2014
B O: Original is slightly damaged...still under warranty, once repaired I'll have an extra.Apr 2, 2014
David S: Need a clamp kit for my Nolan N-102 modular helmet.Mar 27, 2014
Albert A: Needed a second base for another helmet and liked it so much I bought a second one to replace my original boom mic.Mar 14, 2014
Eric H: to use my Sena SMH10 Bluetooth on Multiple helmetsMar 1, 2014
Benjamin R: I bought these because I have several helmets and I had a 2 SMH-10 kit already. ;)Feb 16, 2014
Robert d: bought this together with a Senna SMH10 dual pack. But i have 3 helmets so i needed a extra helmet connection kit.Feb 5, 2014
Ryan B: To add to my new helmet without the boom micJan 30, 2014
Patrick D: Compatible with others I know. Need for second helmet.Jan 21, 2014
Colette P: It's so easy to move the base unit between road and DS Helmets and very cost effective too!Jan 3, 2014
Colin C: This item was an accident. It was not suppose to be added. I was looking at it on another tab and i apparently added it. I did not notice until now because it was not located in the review.Dec 4, 2013
Mosey L: got a modular helmet. needed this adapter to better integrate the sena mic.Nov 16, 2013
Russell G: Currently have the flexible boom mount. It gets in the way of my chin curtain and is hard to position once the helmet on and the curtain in place. Purchasing for the wired mic.Nov 1, 2013
David C: Have a Sena. Need to use on other helmets.Oct 31, 2013
David Lee V: Provide a more custom fit to the Shark Evoline 3 helmet.Oct 15, 2013
Kevin W: Bought to replace a original helmet clamp that the plastic cracked on. Like the remote mike feature for the solid helmet.Oct 14, 2013
Philip M: This one has the speakers attachedAug 29, 2013
Gilbert F: Bought a new helmet and wanted to switch between the old and new without moving mounting system from one to the other.Aug 28, 2013
Chris C: Original boom mic is a tad too short for my helmet and gets in the way too often. Wired mic never needs adjusting / positioning correctly - install & forget !Aug 21, 2013
A shopper asked:Is this used as a walkie talkie too? Can you talk to another rider with one without calling and using minutes?Jan 25, 2014
Siamak. D:Yes main purpose of Sena smh-10 is Eider to rider (up to 4 riders) intercomm/communication through blue - tooth bandwidth up to about 900 meters. You don't have to call the other rider through your phone at all, in fact you don't even need a phone or have sena connnected/paired with a phone Ho connect to other riders, that is the beauty of it. However, I believe other riders must have sena brand communication too, you cannot pair sena to CARDO or other brands. Download user guide from sena site to see exactly what this is capable of. CheersJan 25, 2014
Duane B:Yes, you can. You only use minuets if some one is call thru your phone. This device main stay is communicating ride to ride like a walkie talkie. The new ones can communicate to multiple Sena's at one time. The range is very good, I have experienced a range of about 3/4 of a mile even in corners.Jan 25, 2014
Mike G:It can be paired with multiple units and you can talk back and forth. It does not use your phone for this feature. It is line of sight though and you can lose the connection if you get too far apart. Still a great unit though, would definitely recommend it to anyone.Jan 25, 2014
Thomas J:This is only an accessory kit for the main SMH-10 unit. If you're asking about the SMH-10, then yes you can talk directly to your passenger or another rider.- no phone needed. But this product on it's own will not do anything.Jan 25, 2014
Jerry E:The Sena is designed primarily as a bike to bike communication tool, therefore, yes you can talk to other riders. You can also connect to your phone and your GPS via Bluetooth and use them as well. It is a great unit.Jan 25, 2014
John F:Yes, communication between riders is done using intercom system that doesn't use cellphone. This can be just between a pair of riders or a larger group. Range of these conversations is limited but not beyond what you would expect to find in a typical riding group. Very simple and fast to connect to another rider on intercom. For this to function you do need the complete SMH10 system, not just the microphone/earphone kit. The complete SMH10 system consists of two main parts, the receiver and the microphone/earphone kit. The microphone/earphone kit is somewhat permanently installed on a particular helmet while the receiver is detachable and can be moved from helmet to helmet or just removed for charging the battery. I have a pair of helmets that I use and each helmet with a microphone/earphone kit but one receiver. I use this system with a Garmin Zumo 665 GPS with XM radio and an iPhone along with of course, 2009 BMW R1200RTJan 25, 2014
A shopper asked:I am told that I need the optional clamp kit SMH-A0302 that allows you to mount the SMH10 clamp further back on the helmet to use it on helmet. But I can't find this code. Is this the one?Feb 21, 2012
RevZilla:The Sena SMH-10 comes with this particular clamp to mount the unit on the side of the helmet. This accessory, or an extra clamp could be used to outfit multiple helmets to be used with a single device.May 2, 2012
Steven C:I don't own any Scorpion helmets so I'm not sure if it will fit. My wife and I have 6 different brands & styles of helmets, including open face, modular, & closed face, all of which have the smh-10 installed with no problems. We simply Change the main module depending on temperature/season /length of ride we are doing. This is the main reason I bought this system since you can purchase the mic/speakers separately, for about 30 dollars & install in several helmets. Then just snap in the main module in which ever helmet you decide to wear that day. Hope this info helps. Ride safe! Apr 29, 2015
don p:i'm looking at the 900 transformer helmet... it 'should' work... i've used the SMH-10 on both a Scorpion 700, and ALSO a Shoei Multitec modular helmet and installation and use was excellent. NOTE: you have to use the flexible boom, and not the small mic you adhere to the front... that way the boom just tucks inside the face shield when it is down, but is also in place when the shield is up or off... you might want to call Revzilla just in case... But i'm quite sure it will work just fine.Apr 29, 2015
A shopper asked:I have bought the Bell Mag 9 helmet and Sena dual SMH 10 headsets. I am getting a Shoei Neotec helmet and want to install the other unit in that, plus have the ability to move the Bell unit to my wifes helmet. How or what do I need in a clamping device to hold the Sena units to the new helmets? Brian TAug 31, 2014
Michael S:I have used this clamp assembly on a Nolan Open Face, a Bell RS-1 Full Face, a older Nolan 102 Modular, and Two different G-Max Modular helmets. I did not need anything in addition to what was supplied in the Clamp Kit. I would recommend that you use the actual 2 piece clamp with the screws. I ride all summer in Florida and I don't trust the double edge sticky tape mount in the Hot Florida Sun. This should work fine for you, I ride with several friends that use this clamp on their Shoei Neotecs. I have moved the clamp from old helmets to new and I have extra clamps that I leave mounted to my current helmets so I can just move the SMH 10 unit to the helmet I want to wear that day. Hpe this helps.Aug 31, 2014
Paul M:You should have all you need. Recently I moved my wife's Sena from an HJC to a Shoe Neotech after an adventure in the Swiss & Austrian ALPS. Just loosen the clasp with the hex wrench and re-install on the new helmet. You will have to determine the best path for the speaker wires but that's Q.E.D. (Quite Easily Done)! Paul Chagrin Falls, OHAug 31, 2014
John F:You will need to buy a clamp kit. The Shoei helmet if I recall correctly is a modular helmet so you would need to use the boom microphone. Personally I prefer the wired microphones since they are less bulky and visible but these can only be used with a full faced, non modular helmet.Sep 2, 2014
Jeffrey A:I have the Sena base plate on 6 different helmets, Shoei, Fox, 707, Bell...ect I have been able to use the clamp mount on all of them. The system also comes with a hard mount that has self stick 3m tape on it. My Nephew used that on his helmet as he did not want to pull the padding loose in his helmet (cheap helmet) that is working good for him also. Furthermore the Sena system is the loudest system out there, I am hard of hearing and I tried another system prior to my Sena. I have been using the Sena for about 3 years and I love it. I had a battery issue on one and even though it was out of the warranted period they sent me out a new battery free of charge. I get at about 10 hours on a fully charged battery. The sound is very good also. Good luck, JeffApr 29, 2015
Lisa H:Yes. The kit comes w two versions of the clamp - one that uses adhesive and on that is a try clamp. The clamp version can be moved between helmets. If u like the ease of the adhesive clamp - additional ones can be purchased for approx $7 they revzilla. The extra parts kit comes w additional adhesive piec, the Allen wrench, ear pad and microphone coversJul 29, 2014
Michael D:The SENA clamp kit allows it to be used on a variety of helmets. I have it installed on a Shoei with the flip up mandible. I prefer the helmet speakers over ear phones and the Shoei has cut outs for speaker placement. You may want to check if the helmet you are considering is similar to the Shoei in this regard if you are leaning toward speakers. You can always check with SENA by phone as they have excellent customer service and may have input regarding helmet compatibility. Best of luck.Jul 29, 2014
Schnell:Yes, but only for Audio if you use the headphone plug. You won't have control of the player other than to change volume up or down. You have these controls if you connect by bluetooth. If you connect by bluetooth, you can virtually control all aspects of an ipod/iphone/ipad/etc. I've used the cable when I had some BT difficulties, good, but no real control to skip/pause/etc.
From Sena's product page: (see Stereo music by 3.5mm audio cable; supports above). Bluetooth 3.0 Bluetooth intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards)* Four-way conference intercom Conference phone call with intercom participant Multipoint for mobile phone+GPS Voice prompts 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 handsfree 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 two-year warrantyOct 8, 2012
RevZilla:Every Helmet Clamp kit that is offered specifically for the SMH-10 will have the auxiliary port that you can plug a MP3 player into using the coiled cable that is supplied with the SMH-10 kit.Sep 20, 2012
A shopper asked:I want to make sure the wafer mic is thin (dimensions please) enough to fit on the fixed chin bar in front of my mouth without me kissing it. Is it held on with skicky velcro also? Thanks n8Apr 20, 2012
Redchilli:I have this mounted on my full face helmet just in front of my mouth - cannot tell its there. It is about 3-4mm in depth. Yes it's sticky Velcro - but the mike kept falling off and I reinforced it with some tape and its fine now. Pretty good sound quality when making phone calls - the person had no difficulty understanding me. They could only tell I was calling from my helmet because they could hear my breathing!Oct 1, 2012
Longrider:The mic measures about .25 inches in thickness. It is held in place by velcro mounted to the inside of the face shield. The mic has the velcro already installed (part of the thickness measurment above)Dec 24, 2012
Aznhomie06:Its very small slightly smaller than a nickel and about as thick as 3 nickels stacked from the base including the sticky velcro, i have a shoei x-12 that i mounted it on and its no wear near my mouthSep 4, 2012
David Lee V:It should fit. I purchased mine to fit on a Shark Evoline 3 and it was much easier to position it due to the extended wiring for the microphones. With the Shark, I tend to run with the chin bar tucked back unless it is raining. So the boom microphone works best for my application and allows me to use the microphone with the chin bar open or closed. I am guessing that you will be using the Scorpion mostly closed, which will probably work best with the chin bar attachable mic.
The kit comes with double sided tape for both the mount and the boom attachment and hardware that allows you to attach the mount with a metal clamp to the helmet, depends upon which works best with your helmet and the location of where you attach it to the helmet. On my Shark, I used the metal clamp.
After about 3 months the double stick tape on the boom microphone mounting pad gave up the ghost and I used a small amount of epoxy to re-attach it. With the epoxy, I have not had any problems with it coming loose.Apr 29, 2015
Daniel M asked:Just installed this on my Shoei RF-1100. Based on other reviews of mounting on the RF-1100, and my own observations, I shifted the unit towards the rear to avoid the flange on the base of the helmet - so now it fits reasonably flush and I can still reach the controls without issue. The speakers sound surprisingly both good and loud. My issue is with the wired mic - I placed it directly in front of my mouth. I actually touch it with my lips - not desirable. So I've shifted it on the velco pad slightly to the side. But test calls result in the other caller telling me they hear a lot of noise. I've heard the wired mic isn't noise canceling but the boom mic is.
Daniel M:Charles - I would agree that the fixed mic SHOULD be the better choice - yet I've heard there's actually a difference in the mics separate from the physical appearance. I guess I'll need to run a test.
A - Are you saying you added additional foam over the mic beyond what it comes with?Jan 16, 2014
A s:I have my wired mike sticking out between the cheek pad and the helmet, and put some foam over it like the boom mike has. Works well enough that the person you call has no idea you are on a bike.Jan 16, 2014
A shopper asked:I have the dual set of the First Generation SMH10 purchased in Dec 2009. I had a look at the new ones with the USB-type charging port and they look similar to mine. I want to get this kit (wire mic) for my newly purchased Shoei RF1100 and would like to know if I can use the First Gen module with this kit. Thank you.Oct 8, 2011