Sena SMH-10 Helmet Clamp Kit - For Earbuds
Great bang for the money
From probably the best available Bluetooth company, this allows ear bud use for those who are hard of hearing, also lessons noise from modular face helmet wind noise
November 11, 2013
Overall it's a good product but the headphone connection jack wears very easily and needs to be reinforced
October 15, 2013
Awesome mic boom but buy an amplifier if you plan on using larger helmet speakers as i did.
August 12, 2013
no issues here
I really like the SMH-10 Bluetooth sets. My only issue with this piece, is the cord to plug your headset into is so long. it leaves a lot of extra cord to wrap up in the folds of the half helmet which is not always easy.
June 17, 2013
I'm replacing a previous one that the jack broke on and while this is a good product I wish they'd do a better job with building in the 3.5mm plug-in so the base won't pull off. This is a bit of a redesign so I'll see how it performs.
May 1, 2013
This should be the default clip with a new unit
I much prefer this clip but the ear bud input is a bit on the weak side and the plastic can tear after some use. I have locked mine in place using sugru. just molded it around the input and it makes it a solid piece that wont bend or tear.
April 22, 2013
Great product, but needs revision
I wrote a glowing review of the SENA SMH10, but I am a bit miffed that the consumer is required to purchase an entirely separate base to use the SMH10 with earbuds. The base supplied with the SMH10 has hard-wired speakers and a 1/8" stereo input that, for all intents and purposes, is useless to me. I would like to see the 1/8" stereo input replaced by an earbud output that would allow me to utilize the wired speakers for casual rides and commuting, but allow me to simply plug in earbuds for long rides. Instead, I have to change out the entire base if I want to ride with buds. All said, the SMH10 is an amazing product and it deserves a strong review, but this base seems like an unnecessary expense.
April 1, 2013
Avoid at all costs
Me and two friends purchased three of these for a cross-country road trip. Within days of use, the cable/wire that comes out of the adapter (towards the back) ripped and exposed the wire. Soon after the adapter begins to disconnect and reconnect intermittently and then stops working all together.
Sena will replace the product for you with an RMA but it will simply happen again over and over.
Do not buy.
PS: Since I'm stuck with this, if anyone has ANY ideas on how to reinforce the wire on my replacement clamp kit please let me know! lol. I hate to have to ask for a 2nd replacement so soon.
March 14, 2013