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Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - For Earbuds

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Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - For Earbuds


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Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - For Earbuds 4.3 5 46 46
Good, while it lasts... Not sure why Sena would put the speaker jack OUTSIDE the confines of the housing, mounted on a fragile, flexible stalk made of plastic (they could have extended the housing further down easily, and mounted internally and securely). I'm currently looking to replace my 2-year old unit, as the "flex" connection now makes snap crackle noises and pans the speakers left to right when moved slightly. So don't use this in any application where the dangling cords are going to be caught in the breeze (only OK for parking lots, I guess). Due to the short life, it received an "average rating" overall, and for "bang for the buck" (I should have taken away points for the 2000 miles I had to ride back home in silence when it failed). Ease of install would have been a 5, except for all the dangly cords and the microphone boom that doesn't play well with modular helmets. Durability, see above. Sound clarity got a "fair" due to premature failure. Realistically, the sound will depend on what you are plugging into it (I have custom-fit silicone earplugs with internal monitors that sounded excellent, when it was working). Ease of use - would have been a 5, but there are way too many controls/commands to learn/remember for an old guy... and it seems I have to re-educate myself every time I pull it out for a long trip (prior settings are apparently "volatile" and not saved). So I'm looking for an ALTERNATIVE to this model - and the only alternative appears to be some goofy thing with a 4-foot adapter wire hanging out (to add to my already 6-foot long earplug cord...). I may just wait until spring to replace, to see if they can come up with something better. November 7, 2015
Very useful with half helmets I use this one on my half helmet since speakers aren't an option. Works quite well for that, though granted the ear bud cords are a bit of a pain, that is not fault of this unit itself. September 29, 2015
Better than expected I wear safety earbuds, so I can't really speak to whether it had audiophile-type sounds quality. But, I will say that I'm really impressed with how well the microphone works. Even at 75-80 mph on the interstate, people tell me that it's crystal clear and they would never know I was on a bike- they say it's better than the Bluetooth speakerphones in most cars. August 24, 2015
excellent alternative for shorty helmets. Sometimes we choose to ride with our shorty helmets and this worked out great to be able to listen to music and communicate. Using the ear buds cuts down on the wind noise and makes is possible to hear both speech and music. May 18, 2015
Great for summer riding I bought this for an outside the box experiment. I use an extension cable and plug into my audio input jack on my Electra Glide stereo. Now in the summer heat I can stay cooler in my shorty helmet and get my audio from the bike speakers. nice indeed comfort and communications! March 26, 2015
This product makes all communications a pleasure I have tried other products similar to SMH-10 helmet clamp kit. This is the ONLY one that fits my half-helmet perfectly. Most of all.....I am able to hear clearly through the earbuds at travel speeds up to 70MPH. Definitely not true with any other device I have used. A receiver of my cellphone call advises that my voice is clear and audible under similar conditions as stated above. The SMH-10 helmet clamp kit is the ultimate for my half-helmet needs. December 8, 2014
Very good option for the Sena BT headset I bought this to avoid the problems I had with the standard speakers that came with SHM10; I wear glasses and my helmet does not have pockets for speakers, so I wanted to switch to earbuds. While considerably harder to use (put earbuds, put helmet, connect the wire, hide the extra wire in the jacket collar) the sound quality is better, the noise protection is excellent and the comfort on long rides is also great. Very good for longer trips where you want silence and comfort, not good for city rides where you put the helmet on and off often. Also the noise reduction is tricky in the city, you will not hear the car engines and to some extent not even your own engine. November 3, 2014
Great Accessory for high speed riding While having the speaker accessory makes life much easier when it comes to taking the helmet on and off, since it is not sitting inside your ear, you get ALOT of wind noise at high speeds and terrible bass response. (however a trick is to stuff tissue behind the speaker so its closer to your ear!) I decided to add this accessory to my sena Bluetooth system because by using noise isolating headphones, you drown out most wind noise while still being able to hear whats around you. September 8, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
robert n: because I already have a Sena and have a second helmet. Nov 10, 2015
LuAnn P: I need to equip 2 friends helmets with my SMH10 headsets Jul 20, 2015
Christopher L: To add to my half helmet for the summer months Jun 22, 2015
Tim N: Sounds like what I need. Jun 9, 2015
Paul G: I have a mag 9 unit and want to use it on my half helmet with ear buds. Jun 7, 2015
David B: Need this to hear anything at hwy speeds due to road noise. May 26, 2015
Thomas S: After 4 years and many trips the plug for ear buds had exposed wires near the clamp base. The wight of the male /female connector plugin pulled down on the plug straining the wire covering eventually exposing the wires and causing a short. the pug needs to be supported to the helmet with a tie wrap or tape, do not let it hang. Apr 27, 2015
Brian Y: I needed this to crank my tunes with the ear buddage ! Mar 28, 2015
richard w: Integrate my earbud headphones since I wear noise canceling ear plugs anyway. Jan 23, 2015
Howard B: I bought the SENA SMH-10 for communicating between riders or rider and passenger. I bought the ear bud system so I could use my sound isolating earphones to protect my hearing. The ear phones work great, SHURE SE 215 stage monitors, and really make the ride quiet and I can easily converse with passengers and co riders or phone calls etc. SENA is a great product all around Jan 22, 2015
JD D: S-Plug ear plugs are my favorite for noise reduction and comfort. Works well with this option. Dec 22, 2014
Faisal A: top quality Dec 7, 2014
Bryan C: Wanted to be able to use new earbuds with SMH10 set up. Could never get speakers positioned in helmet ear pockets quite to my liking. Nov 15, 2014
Isabelle D: Needed to install on half Helmets. Sep 17, 2014
R O: Best purchase for my bike - now I have my half helmet wired and my full face wired - I just switch out the Jog module and roll. Aug 28, 2014
Chris L: To be able to utilize my earbuds with the SMH-10. Aug 16, 2014
S E: too much wind noise using speaker system Aug 15, 2014
Dale M: My ears don't work nearly as well as they once did in my youth. So, this adapter allows wearing quality in ear monitors with my Sena SMH10 so i can hear. Jul 20, 2014
Edward B: I need a clamp for my Sena that worked with headphones for my naked bike to combat the wind noise. Jul 8, 2014
Larry E: I use 2 different helmets, and using earbuds with this clamp is by far a better solution for me than speakers. I'm also ordering one for my wife's helmet to replace her speakers. Jun 24, 2014
Chris P: This is the third one of these I've ordered. I keep one on all the helmets I use so I only have to transfer the SMH-10 from helmet to helmet. Love the SMH-10, but the speakers are rubbish. Earbuds are the only way to go. May 20, 2014
Thomas K: to use with my helmit May 8, 2014
Dan K: High quality Apr 25, 2014
John M: I bought 2 half-face motorcycle helmets and I already have com's on my full-face helments, so with this item and can move the com's to the half helmets. Very cost affective. Apr 22, 2014
Paul M: My new helmet couldn't use the low profile speakers attached to the other base I have so i got this one to be able to use earbuds. It works perfect... Nov 16, 2013
Chris T: Best price by far out there. Sena products are great. Oct 18, 2013
Derek M: When traveling, any speed above 45mph makes it very hard for me to clearly hear/understand the person talking to me on the other end, or hear the directions from my GPS, and the speakers are not loud enough for the music. Being able to use the earbuds will make a significant improvement. Sep 24, 2013
Paul O: I hope this offers a better sound quality for my XM/mp3 player. If you are going 70+mph, the speakers just don't cut it on this unit, you can hear it, you just can't understand it. Keeping my fingers crossed. Aug 27, 2013
A shopper asked: So, this unit replaces the original clamp so you can use your own ear buds? Which would mean that every time u put in your helmet that you have to put your ear buds into your ears? Sounds like a pain to do this? Are there any companies that simply make better speakers we can use with the smh10? Apr 27, 2014
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Mei Leng L: To save your hearing from damage from all the wind noise, you should be wearing hearing protection at all times. Over the years, I've found it easier to keep the noise OUT, and put the sound INSIDE, rather than crank up some external speakers loud enough to be heard THROUGH hearing protection (then getting hearing damage from wind AND music). Custom-fit silicone earplugs with internal monitors are the best way to go - they protect your hearing AND give you better sound quality - and yes, they do take an extra 30 seconds to put on... (but nothing if you're wearing standard earplugs as you should). Nov 7, 2015
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Tom H: Yes, Iasus makes a better speaker I just got some Tork speakers more than twice the money, but far better and more comfortable in my GT Air. Apr 27, 2014
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Robert G: It really isn't that much of a hassle. You can also look into custom molded ear plugs with ear buds in them. They work really well. Apr 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you use your iPhone earbuds with this model or does the mic on the cord interfere with the helmet mic? Sep 25, 2014
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CHRISTOPHER D: I use mine with an iPod for music which is connected via a wire that goes to the helmet clamp then another plug on the clamp takes the ear buds. My phone is connected with WiFi to the Sena. Non of the wires interfere with the mic. Sep 26, 2014
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Paul O: Yes you can, however I went with a different earbud for better fit in my ears. Oct 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this model different than the previous unit that Reviews indicate breaks off at the male to female plug in on a regular basis ? The older model has the female plug in receptacle leaving the main section almost horizontal. The unit you have pictured goes more vertical and appears to be of a different type.
If this is a new design of the earbud plug in, is it holding up better ? Just about 50 % of the reviewers were complaining that this part soon broke after use.
Oct 15, 2012
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I. Cem O: I have both the old and the new. And believe me, they both break. the old one was rigid and it broke easily. the new one is more flexible, and because of this it breaks due to plastic fatigue. it's flexible but it's still hard plastic. so given enough vibrations (a month of riding on New York City streets) and it broke in half. but it was just the plastic that went. the cable is hard and thick enough that it held together without any problems. and it kept working. then sena replaced it under warranty. I am sure next year they will produce one with a softer plastic to prevent this problem. Nov 14, 2012
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RevZilla: Sena has updated this clamp to help solve the problem with the jack breaking. The updated model has a flexible section at the base of the jack. On the original version, prolonged shocks or bouncing up and down would cause the brittle jack to break. The new version with the softer flexible jack seems to be holding up much better so far. Oct 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can I use my MP3 player with this product using the MP3 cable? Apr 22, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, you can sure use your MP3 player with the SMH-10. There is a 3.5mm plug on the back end of the unit. It really does not get any easier than that. Plug in, push play and cruise.......but watch out for squirrels! May 1, 2013
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