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Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Earbuds with Boom and Wired Microphone


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Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Earbuds with Boom and Wired Microphone 3.8 5 36 36
Problem Solved Been using the SMH-10 for some years now on modular helmet. This set up solves the problem with the boom mic eventually breaking with daily use. The standard 3mm jack for speakers allows you to use ear buds or speakers. July 7, 2015
Great idea but still some work to do This particular part, the earphone adaptor, is terrific. I prefer earphones over helmet speakers and this accommodates it. The SMH10 on the other hand is a beautiful but flawed product, that frequently malfunctions, has moderate-at-best VOX quality relative to wind noise and limited product life. Definitely the best of breed, but there's still plenty they could do to improve it. April 13, 2015
recommended...but with reservations Overall I like the sena Smh-10 offering. The only flaw is the connection for the ear buds. This is a known weak point. I just ordered my third replacement. As another reviewer noted, you can beef this area up. When the base unit dies, and it will, I replace it myself and load the area with hot glue. When that repair fails I buy another one. I get about one riding season out of a clamp. Don't plan on going on a long trip without a spare. Despite that obvious poor engineering, the sena unit has a great battery life and is, in general, a solid performer. April 12, 2015
Very Inexpensive and Versatile I love these kits. You can use it in a full faced helmet with small mic. Then put it in an open faced helmet or a flip up helmet and use the boom mic. I figure I can use this kit on just about any helmet I buy. And, having an extra kit means you can switch your Sena between two helmets instantly. When a helmet wears out, just take it our and put it in the new helmet. (Yeah, Senas last that long!) December 19, 2014
The best Bluetooth device I have used The Sena SMH 10 has been the best bluetooth device I have used and has the longest battery life. It is excellent. October 20, 2014
Very Happy w/ Purchase Just bought this for a 1500 mile long weekend with a friend of mine. I really like the flexibility of using the ear buds with Sena because I have a set of fitted earbuds. Good product. October 12, 2014
Great product that is easy to use. Used this communication system on a 4,000 mile ride. Audio quality was great, easy to use, and amazing battery life. I recommend it. September 1, 2014
Good attachment for SMH10 Overall, I really like the helmet clamp with detachable mic and ear buds, and currentlyI use this platform in two helmets. It installs fairly easily, and typical of these devices, hiding the wiring is the worst part if installation. The majority of the clamp parts are robust, but the attachment point of the female jack leaves room for improvement. On older versions, the plastic is thicker; I have this version on my primary helmet, and it has functioned without problem for the past two years. On newer versions, the attachment is meant to be slightly flexible, and this was the point of failure on my second clamp. I was sad to see my third clamp have the same configuration. With a bit of ingenuity, one can "beef up" this location to help decrease breakages; however, it would be better if Sena made the change for the end-user. Overall, I would recommend this product. September 1, 2014
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Donald G: wanted a second docking unit for a second helmet Jul 25, 2015
Steve N: "The Sena is great another best thing I have ever bought for all my bikes." Jul 6, 2015
Dale M: I Ike using ear buds because the sound is better and requires less volume. I got this kit because it has a mic on a wire that attaches to the chin bar of my full face helmet. When using a boom mic, it always had to be readjusted every time I put the helmet on. Jun 22, 2015
CHARLES M: upgrade communicator May 23, 2015
Eyvind M: because I already have a Sena SMH10, and got a new helmet Apr 28, 2015
Gary C: Add versatility to My Sena SMH10 set up in various helmets. Apr 1, 2015
Donald P: It will work better with my full face and modular helmets Mar 14, 2015
Aaron M: Love this communications system! Great on music as well as call quality! Feb 16, 2015
Andres H: needed an extra clamp, great product! Jan 11, 2015
William A: Trying out a new configuration, switching from speakers to molded earbuds. You guys have these on sale so I pulled the trigger on them. Nov 16, 2014
A s: original clamp kit worn down (boom mic & cables) Oct 28, 2014
Jonathan S: Thought it would be good to have earbuds to hear better. The connector has since spliced due to wind and donning/doffing. I would think twice about purchasing another. Jul 23, 2014
Edward B: It is a replacement for a clamp that wore out. Jul 8, 2014
Colin D: Replacing my current clamp, headphone jack connection is worn and intermittent. Love the Sena SMH-10 though! Had Autocomm prior, the Bluetooth is so much better, now I don't have cords and cables going everywhere and the sound quality is great with my Big Ear in-ear speakers. Jun 18, 2014
Frank S: recommendations Jun 16, 2014
Angelo Eduardo V: My helmet is not modular, i need this :-( Jun 10, 2014
Jim I: My AGV K-4 EVO has very small ear cut-outs, and the stock SMH-10 speakers press uncomfortably against my ears. May 20, 2014
Nico C: added options of installation Apr 30, 2014
Michael D: Thought I would try the ear bud system... with Shoei helmet.. not a good idea. Fit of helmet is close as it should be.. getting buds to stay in your ear given the fit is cumbersome at best.. Ear buds irritated over the course of a days riding. Speakers may not be the most ideal but are better on long haul days. Apr 27, 2014
Jon H: because the originals that came with the kit, the speakers absolutely suck in any helmet that doesn't cost $500 like the Shoei, etc. I would recommend to Sena to not bother attempting to make speakers. sure, they work just fine if i'm sitting on my couch with my helmet on and no wind noise. sounds like i'm listening to folks in a tin can. Mar 29, 2014
Kevin M: Added flexibility to add any earbuds/earphones I want. Mar 20, 2014
Jason B: Well, the original wired micro plug lasted about a year before the insulated wires began to show, due to normal use and zero abuse. I'm reading this isn't unusual for the Sena -- too bad. I don't enjoy spending 25% of total unit cost to keep this attached to my helmet. It's far better than the Sena (or any brand) helmet speakers; you need the earbuds to really enjoy the sound. Overall, the Sena is a great Bluetooth helmet add-on -- but they need to re-think their design for longer durability. Feb 24, 2014
Frank P: My current set, the wire in the microphone began to loose in transmitting capabilities. It was determined that the wire was beginning to break. Over all the SENA is the clearest and farthest communication out there. Dec 26, 2013
Randal D: I love this unit to use with my S plug ear buds. It eliminates the boom in my full face helmet and with my S plugs it eliminates the wind noise I'm my ears and I can reduce the volume to about 30% from using the speakers. I really love this rig! Dec 9, 2013
Thomas R. F: I have the speaker version and the wind noise increases with my speed to the point it drown's out the music so I thought I would try the earbud version. Nov 2, 2013
Tiffany S: I've used a Sena now for about two years and it has made riding in a group more enjoyable and safer. I recently went from a cruiser to a sports bike and the additional wind noise makes hearing conversation tricky. I'm thinking that earbuds will help tremendously. Sep 22, 2013
J P: fragile replaced yearly Sep 17, 2013
Devonson S: To add to New helmet Sep 5, 2013
Joseph O: I havve a second helmet which is a Scorpione XD. This mounting/earbud option will allow meto use my Sena SMH-10 on my full helmet or now my half helmet. Aug 10, 2013
Stewart W asked: How long is the battery like? Oct 11, 2015
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"" ": Battery life varies depending on use. Using the intercom while listening to music (on cable) runs the battery down faster than just listening to music. Listening to music on Bluetooth runs the battery down faster than listening though cable (plus cable sounds better than Bluetooth). A full charge lasts most people all day in mixed used. A few of my buddies who only use the intercom can go 2 or 3 full days between charges. My unit never lasted more than 10 hours on a charge, but my battery had to be replaced under warranty. Oct 11, 2015
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B Q: We have used it for helmet to helmet communication all day long without issue. If I am using mine for listening to music or phone, I have used it for a few days, but shorter periods, with plenty of battery life. It take a while to charge but is easily done overnight. You just need to bring a micro USB cord and charger. We like this product very much. Oct 12, 2015
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David J: I can get a full 11 hours of communication time with my riding buddies. Standby time is in access of 1 week.

A great product........Highly recommend this product. Although I hear the SMH-20 is even better (has FM radio built in).
Oct 12, 2015
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mas eizrah hendra m: We have tried pairing it with couple of our guys.. Basically it could last average 8hrs of conference talktime even without leaving the conference talk.. For music listening it could last days 3-5 days... Averaging 4hrs of music... Oct 11, 2015
Eric S: It has never run out on a long day trip, and it lasts 5 days of commuting an hour each way listening to the bike's radio. I'd say 10 hours is a good guess,. Oct 12, 2015
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Jon H: Your phone will die before this thing will. We've ridden all day, 8+ hours, and it still worked fine. Oct 11, 2015
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jacob m: On a full charge and staying on the entire time my battery would last about 6 to 8 hrs Oct 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: I wear a full face helmet. I've tried wearing a few brands of earbuds but none stay in place when I pull on the helmet. What are the full-face helmet riders using for earbuds with this kit? Thanks! Feb 3, 2014
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Janet L: I'm using Mee Electronics M6 combined with Comply foam tips. Zero issues getting the helmet on/off and all day comfort. Plus, these are pretty inexpensive with descent sound quality. Customer support was also very good as I had a problem with one set and had no issues getting a replacement set. Feb 5, 2014
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Lee H: 1- Is your helmet fit the best it can be? If too much pressure on your ears no buds are going to work.

2- The best solution I have found, and have been using for the last 10 years, are custom molded earplugs with embedded transducers to turn them into earbuds. They have the added benefit of noise attenuation. Check local dealers, clubs, and audiologists to find a place to get a set made. Be certain to ask for low-profile plugs in order to minimize the size. Cost is going to range between $150 and $250; expensive, yes, but they are the best solution, you were going to love them and use them all the time and are going to actually help protect your hearing in the long run.

Ride Safe.
Feb 4, 2014
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A s: I use custom molded ear speakers I had made a few years ago at the NY International Motorcycle show... They are a bit pricey but well worth the investment... I ride all day long in total comfort with great sound. I use a y connector with an iPod on one side and the Senna on the other.
Feb 4, 2014
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Michael R: The problem is not your helmet it's your ear buds. Try using low profile ear buds with silicone graduated tips they will seal out the noise and give you good sound.. Buy good earbuds or the kind they mold to your ear, expensive but if you love tunes whil you ride it's worth it. Good luck Feb 3, 2014
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Steven P: I've had decent success with Etymotics and V-MODA earbuds. The earbuds usually have differently sized cups to fit differently sized ears. Also, over time, I've found that the vibrations can cause them to wiggle out a bit, bit I ride big twins and thumpers. Feb 3, 2014
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Jeff S: Shure se215. only ones Ive found that will stay put. You need to use the foam buds to get a good seal. A little tricky to put in but you get the hang of it. Comfortable and sound very good. Feb 3, 2014
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Clinton W: I wear the Bose MIE2 or Soul SL99. The Bose fit the best because of the contoured ear piece. They have never fell out of my ear while putting on my helmet. Feb 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride a lot in town as well as very long distance open road riding.
I want to be able to retain speakers in the helmet for town use but then just plug the earbuds in when on a long haul without having to carry and change an alternative helmet fitting kit. Has anyone achived this?
Jan 2, 2013
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RevZilla: Sena does not offer a solution to attach speakers to the 3.5mm audio jack of the Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - Earbuds with Boom and Wired Microphone. In order to use speakers, you would need to change the entire helmet clamp to that which has speakers attached, e.g. the helmet clamp with speakers that comes stock with the SMH-10. Jan 3, 2013
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Zweirad: You'll need speakers with a 3.5mm jack to switch between buds and speakers, all the speakers available from Sena are hardwired into the helmet connector Mar 27, 2013
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