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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.
Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
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Chetan D: This is a great pair of devices when riding with your buddy. I alerady own these and am buying it this time for new riding buddies i made this summer. Its nice to be in touch. Gossiping at 100 mph can be fun!!Jun 9, 2015
Corey S: Riding friends have the same system and rave about how useful and reliable it is.May 27, 2015
CHARLES M: allow long rides to be usefulMay 23, 2015
Thomas P: To listen to music/audio books, use phone, GPS, and talk with my wife while riding.May 19, 2015
Duncan D: Like the product and find Revzilla reviews greatMay 19, 2015
Bill S: This is my second communication system and so far it work very wellMay 13, 2015
Kevin R: I currently have the SMH-5 and love it! I am upgrading to the SMH-10 for a group motorcycle trip with more than 2 people. I can't wait to set it up!Apr 7, 2015
Steve B: Has all of the features that are important to me at a fraction of the price of the 20S.Mar 31, 2015
Robert C: Have one that is a couple years old & really like it because it is easy to use. Getting another for road trip helmets so we don't have to switch'm back and forth and also to share with other riders who don't have bluetoothMar 21, 2015
Johnny M: Has input for my MP3 player so saves battery life on my phone, CheersMar 18, 2015
Clifford C: I had another set of Sena SMH10 headsets and love them. Bought another pair for my 2nd helmut and gave the other one to my buddy, who I ride with often .. now we enjoy chatting on our rides together!! Love the sound quality of the SenaFeb 7, 2015
Linda B: Family members who ride told me about the Sena SMH10. They are impressed with the unit and said I would be too.Jan 13, 2015
Ron G W: PURCHASED THIS SET FOR MY WIFE & I TO USE WHEN ON EITHER OF OUR TWO BIKES. THEY HAVE FULFILLED EVERYONE OF MY EXPECTATIONS AND MORE. GREAT PRODUCT!!!Jan 5, 2015
mark t: The reviews and pricing lead me to the sena. Have had it for one season now and I am very pleased with my purchase and have recommended it to many friends.Jan 2, 2015
brad s: wanted to change from corded to Bluetooth. bought two new helmets this was the perfect time to upgrade.Dec 25, 2014
Dan F: The reviews were positive and it was priced well. We'll see how well it really works.Dec 19, 2014
T W: Best reviews overall on the forums. Needed a bike to bike intercom and the wife wants to listen to music from her cell phone. This item checks all the boxes. Revzilla has the best price and a good track record.
After a few trips, I can vouch for the quality and reliability - and utility. So nice to know if a text message arrives so I can decide to stop or not. I love being able to answer calls while riding - great peace of mind knowing I'm not missing an important call.Dec 15, 2014
Joe S: Good reviews and competitive priceDec 12, 2014
Duane B: Great com device! Works well with my I Phone and Shoi Neotec Helmet.Nov 27, 2014
Courtney B: excellent review on the site, recommendations from friends who ride... we're looking forward to talking and riding dirt and snow without having to stop or resort to hand and light signals.Oct 5, 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
David B: After weeks of comparison shopping I opted for the SMH-10-11, and I am very happy with my choice. The detailed videos on Revzilla really helped!
Once you get it powered up and play with it for about 30 minutes, everything makes sense.
The speakers are louder than I expected which is nice, and the jog dial is very easy to use with gloves on. Overall, Im very pleased.Sep 24, 2014
Jerry S: I had a set that I gave to my grandson. I wanted to get another set with the universal version so I could talk to my brother- in-law who has a different brand. I have had very good service out of the SENA brandAug 26, 2014
Garry E: My riding buddy has a Triumph trophy and we split this pair of Sena 10's between us and WOW do they work great......Thanks Revzilla you guys rock!Aug 18, 2014
Fernando H: I needed a comunication system this seems good quality and easy to install in modular helmets.Aug 11, 2014
Michael D R: This was the first Blue tooth I have had did a lot of research before I bought it I have about 8500 miles so far with it and could not be happier it works great pairs ez it is me but I have trouble turning voice command on and off but install was ez and battery last as long as I do for the day with a few 12 hour days back to back it did great I use it with a full faceAug 10, 2014
Jamie T: Longer battery life then the SMH5 and a heck of a lot cheaper then the 20sAug 8, 2014
A H: Recommendations and wanted to be able to communicate.Aug 7, 2014
Phyllis M: My husband and I have been looking to purchase Bluetooth communicators for a while. We were waiting for the new 20's, but it looks like they are having trouble with those. Eventually I'm sure those will be better units, but these have a proven track record and we need something we can use now.Aug 6, 2014
Steven R: A friend purchased it and recommended it. Several reviews I had read were very positive towards this product.Aug 4, 2014
John P: Read quite a few reviews and Sena looks like the way to go...Aug 4, 2014
Ben R: Rock-solid reviews. Jog dial looks easy to use with gloves on - no holding buttons for so-many seconds, etc.Jul 29, 2014
Hui J: High reviews and two different types of miking options.Jul 1, 2014
Michael S: Sena is the best brand on the market. Very easy to use. Compatible with every other brand. The only brand that has this feature.Jun 29, 2014
William L C: If you want solid reliability, easy to use and killer customer service, this is the kit to get. I made the mistake of using a Cardo set. Not as good as Sena, not even close. Sena has rugged wiring, offer plenty of Velcro and spare hardware. Thanks, BCJun 28, 2014
bob s: reputation, ability to use with gloves, ability to use with modular helmetJun 19, 2014
Paul P: I selected the Sena SMH10 based on Sena's reputation and reading through numerous reviews/forums. Most compared Sena and Scala. Both I am sure are quality products, but Sena had features I liked and the majority of feedback spoke highly of Sena' s support after purchase.Jun 13, 2014
Curt D: I wanted to listen to music and also be able to talk to my wife. Speakers are pretty tinty but it does well for keeping me company when riding alone. This fit no problem in my Neotech, but a royal pain in the Scorpion Modular helmet -i had to modify the ear "hole" in the helmet, and the boom that attaches behind the cheek pad puts pressure on my wife's cheekbone-rather uncomfortable within 20 min. I would recommend the boom style that is attached to the Sena for Modular helmets.May 31, 2014
Kamran K: Simply loved the review and the so convenient.May 29, 2014
Paul P: Friends and Revzilla recommendationsMay 19, 2014
R A: i liked the idea of pairing with other bluetooth besides just senaMay 17, 2014
Rob H: Excellent reviews and multi-point bluetooth connectivity. Price much better than Chatterbox and other competing products.May 2, 2014
Everett H: Recommended by a couple of riding partners, and for the versatility.Apr 30, 2014
Michael J: I wanted a communication set up that would allow my wife and I to converse without my having to turn my head to hear her yell something. Final decision was based on the video description by Anthony.Apr 26, 2014
Leslie L: Number of reviews,positive customer reviews and price.Apr 22, 2014
Marshall M: Online reviews and your great price.Apr 21, 2014
Kenneth L: Upon searching various products this seemed to be this best bang for buckApr 19, 2014
Kevin C: Great product and pairs with all my friendsApr 18, 2014
RICHARD P: After reading lots of reviews, it seemed to be the best fit for my wife and I, since I have just purchased it, we will see how it is after installing and using it on our rides.Apr 17, 2014
Richard R: The reviews on the product looked good. It also looked like the best bang for the buck!Apr 17, 2014
Daniel B: I researched the products available. This had great reviews with a good price.Apr 16, 2014
Michael M: Looking forward to stepping into the 21st century and being able to communicate when needed. The big reason I purchased this is to change XM channels without pulling over.Apr 16, 2014
A S: Option for wired mic over the standard smh-10d10 and option to move from one helmet to another fairly easily versus the smh-10R which mounts with adhesive. 2/3 the price of the cardo g9 which isn't listed as cross platform compatible and I am ok with only having intercom with up to 3 other people instead of 9.Apr 11, 2014
Dan W: Friend has the same set and they are great!Apr 6, 2014
Bruce G: Did a lot of comparison shopping and reading of reviews and customer feedback. The SMH10 seemed to garner the post praise.Apr 4, 2014
thomas s: with the update, it becomes a universal bluetooth headset. I also like that the company is continually issuing firmware updates to keep up with the times. This product got amazing reviews and for the price i was looking for a communication system to my passenger as well as my group. I will post ride review laterApr 1, 2014
Nick C: heard good things from friends about this product.Mar 30, 2014
Wells M: Tried my riding buddy's and it worked great. Decided to order up a set for me. These are a little bulky, but they are easy to use while riding. Can't beat the RevZilla pricing!Feb 10, 2014
Jeff E: Read several reviews and Sena seemed to meet my needs for ease of use, features and price point. I chose the universal model for the wired mic option that works better with my helmet.Jan 1, 2014
Richard N: I spoke with Bryan and he was very helpfull with my picking this headset.Dec 27, 2013
Frank P: Every one that I know has one so I had to get itDec 25, 2013
Colin C: Did a lot of research and based on the price point, what these had to offer, and what people had to say about them. I felt these were the best bang for the buck.Dec 4, 2013
Robert C: Own a Transformer Scorpion helmet. Boom mic for the open face and the wired mic for the full face.Dec 1, 2013
Patrick M: Read good reviews, and I like the ability to choose wired or boom mike.Nov 5, 2013
John L: read a bunch of reviews, wanted to find something that worked well and was a good valueOct 27, 2013
Craig G: Upgrading to Bluetooth after years of wired use with another manufacturers system. Just got tired of the hassle of all the wires... The Sena units have gotten outstanding reviews from many sources across the internet.Oct 26, 2013
Evgeniy G: I liked the price/performance for the two-pack with the option of fixed boom or wired mic. I've used it for a few months now and am very happy with it - phone connectivity on the go, music, rider-to-rider communication. Works great.Oct 2, 2013
Paul D: Reputation and Revzilla recommendationSep 28, 2013
wade m: Without question this is one of the best accessories I've added to my riding. My wife loves it when we ride double, or separate, and the groups I ride with also use them. They are very easy to pair, install and start using straight away. when riding off road they come in very handy for giving and getting info on upcoming sections, the best lines etc...Sep 2, 2013
hilda j: recommended by a friend and on-line reviewsAug 20, 2013
Shawn B:I don't normally wear ear plugs, so I can't directly answer this for you. The volume settings have a good amount of power. I usually run it at about 1/3 to 1/2 of total volume. My guess would be that you probably wouldn't have an issue with ear plugs. I do occasionally have trouble hearing my passenger, but that is normally when she lets the mic slide away from her mouth, or if the mic is turned around in the wrong direction.
Robert N:It can be difficult to hear with earplugs in. My bike is on the louder side (1199s Panigale with terminoni's, so that doesn't help. If your bike is quiet then it might not be a problem.May 8, 2015
A s:The Sena SMH 10 works fabulously with the iPhone 4S via Bluetooth. It is easy to place and receive calls and listen to music. However we have not tried it with WAZE. Considering how well the Sena works with the iPhone, it's worth a try.Nov 17, 2013
Kim J:My wife and I just finished a ride from Las Vegas to Vancouver, BC in Oct/13. We both found that the system worked well with my 4S phone and her 5S. Can't comment on the GPS part we did not use one. We both found that there was static in the helmet to helmet communication when not talking, to the point where we would turn it off if we were'ntt talking. Listening to music we found excellent for such small speakers. The right helmet will help with wind noise. We both had Shuberth C3 which have the lowest decibel levels for a helmet.Nov 17, 2013
Loren D:Yes, the units can be voice activated, or not, your choice. It is a simple process to turn the vox feature on or off. Also, the units can be used with either the boom mic or the wire. It is also not complicated to set it up with either. The boom would be used in a 3/4 face, and the mic is best in a full face. The wife and I have used these for a couple years now between our two bikes and love them.Jan 6, 2015
William J:These can be set up for VOX (Voice activation) or leave them on. We set them to stay on so you do not have to say a word loud to wake up the unit and had no issues with the battery running down.
They come with both the boom mic and the wired mic so you can choose which one you want to use when you install the system. I currently have my wired mic located to the left and the bottom of my Arai RX-Q full face helmet and my wife can hear me fine so the wired mic does not need to be right in front of you mouth.Jan 7, 2015
Richard S:the rubber plug for the usb charging port must be in place to seal the case. Mine was not and after a day of riding in heavy rain the unit would not work or charge. I took the screws out and the unit apart and dried it out and it is fine again, works great. RichApr 18, 2014
A shopper asked:How long is the wired mic found in this kit? Is it long enough to be mounted in a modular flip-up style helmet? Having a little extra wire hanging down is not a problem with me; I'm concerned that remote mounting of the boom-style mount in this SMH10D-11 kit will not be durable/rigid enough vs the one found in the standard SMH10D kit.Oct 23, 2013
Larry K:I previously used the boom style mike with my SMH10D-11 on my Schuberth C2 helmet. It worked fine for about 3 months before the adhesive holding the velcro pad to the mike let go. In that helmet, that little pad was the only thing holding the mike, which was moved at least a couple times every time the helmet was worn. I'm currently using the wired mike with my new Schuberth C3. Works great, but I usually need to tuck a little excess wire off to the side every time I put the helmet on. Not a big deal, but I'm considering splicing in a little more wire so that I can route the wire closer to the chin bar pivot and keep it out of the way. I've also seen pictures of the boom installed partially under the C3 cheek pad, which would give it more support than what I had in the C2. With either mike, voice transmission is great - my wife says cell calls at 70 mph through the SMH10 are as a clear as a land line, while calls directly through the cell phone at rest stops are very poor quality.Oct 24, 2013
Michael W:I mounted this headset and boom mic in a Nolan modular helmet and so far so good. The Nolan required a little extra work as I had to remove some plastic hardware to route the wires into the helmet. The sound quality is good and only occasionally do a have to twist the boom mic around so the correct side of the mic faces my mouth. This can be done by feel. I installed the same headset in my wife's full faced fixed helmet using the button mic, not the boom. I pick up far more background noise using the button versus the boom. If I remember correctly the boom mic's mounting button is secure under a cheek pad. It never budged all summer.Oct 23, 2013
Michael, its interesting you make the comment about the background noise being higher with the button mic... I wonder if this is why I'm hearing so much wind noise through my current wired Starcom headset and button mic when my wife is riding pillion?
Oct 24, 2013
Craig, my wife's helmet has no chin curtain and the Mic must be an inch and a half from her mouth versus right in front of the lips with the boom. I don't blame the Sena. I'm going to try the boom MIC next summer or get her a better helmet.
Oct 24, 2013
Reubin T:My wife has used the boom mike with her Nolan flip up for about a year. Abosolutely no issue. There is not much play with the wired mike. Even if there is enough length it would only be a matter of time before you pinched the wire. The boom mike should work just fine.Oct 23, 2013
Craig G:Thanks, Reubin. I am hesitant on the boom mic since all my previous experience with my current helmet system (wired Starcom setup) has been with the wired mic, which I would prefer since I wouldn't have to adjust the boom each time I take the helmet on/off.Oct 24, 2013
Rich N:Hi Darren I have had no experience with car bluetooth and sena...I can say that the 2 units i have for me and my wife work greta but we are on bikes connecting with 2 sena units..SorryMay 14, 2015
Ok, so I just spoke with them, and this is what I found out:
One way to do it, is to plug in the auxiliary out of the headset into the aux in in the car. That will allow the voice to be heard, but the voice going out will have to be through the headset, so it won't be truly hands-free for the car driver.
The other way is to just have handsfree cell-phone-to-cell-phone communications between the car and the bike. The bike using a Sena, the car using its' OEM.
May 14, 2015
A shopper asked:Have a Harley-Davidson 2014 Street Glide Special, which has built-in Bluetooth, GPS, Music, etc. Need a headset that will: - Allow rider and passenger to talk (intercom) - Allow rider and passenger to listen to music - Allow rider to accept phone calls (less important) - Allow the headset to be used with multiple helmets (half-helmet and 3/4 helmet, etc.). I realize switching helmets may require removal/install, but I need to make certain that the product allows this functionality. - Allow the headset to be used without a helmet. - Also prefer intercom feature to work with voice activation, rather than pushing a button to talk.
Will this SENA product accomplish the above? If not, is there another product you would recommend. I look forward to your responseJan 27, 2014
Larry K:The included clamp mounts can be moved between helmets using the included allen wrench, takes less than10 minutes. For a 3/4 helmet, the speakers and boom mike should work fine; I don't know where you could mount the button mike that is included. The standard SMH10 with integral boom mike has a more robust mike mount Voice activation works well for the intercom, IF the mike is out of the wind. The times I've forgotten and left the boom outside my modular helmet, wind noise keeps the intercom activated all the time. A 3/4 helmet may not be quiet enough to make voice activation useful ( it can be turned off). Noise cancellation for phone and intercom is excellent - calls sound better at 70mph than using the cell alone at home. Use without a helmet? That's what the entire setup mounts to! You can remove it from the helmet, but how will you mount it on your head? The adhesive mounts don't let go, velcro does not stick to hair and the clamps pinch! The Sena headsets do a very good job on all the other functions you are looking for. As for half helmets, I don't think this set would work - no place to mount the speakers.Jan 27, 2014
Vishnu H:I have this product and have had a good amount of experience with it and really like it. Unfortunately, it will accomplish most, but not all, of your check-list. You will definitely require a helmet to use this system, short of retrofitting it to some other structure such as earmuff hearing protection.
My system has performed near flawlessly in all the other aspects. The one other point that may differ slightly from your needs is that you do have to activate the talk mode by pushing the main dial once, but once this is done you can chat back and forth all you want until you push the button again to deactivate it- this allows you to conserve power because the unit won't be hunting for a signal. That said, I've ridden a long day with it in full time bike-to-bike speech mode and had charge to spare at the end of the day.
I want to give special praise to the speaker quality- these are very this but deliver good quality and remarkable loud sound. I make a point of not turning them up too loud when at speed because I don't want to damage my hearing- I know I'd be able to hear them, but at the risk of damaging my hearing.Jan 27, 2014
john d:Yes to the first three. Multiple headsets will require using different mics for each. Not sure of the question using without a helmet. Basically, it's a bluetooth device, so yes it could receive signals anywhere. It also will work with voice activation. Some friends and I have used them for travel and love them for clarity , distance, and functionality.. Hope that helps. JohnJan 27, 2014
Jeff L:This is my first Com unit. Did not fit my helmet (Nolan N90) with the hardware, so had to use the stick on velcrow. This last through the first two days of a rainy ride. I would look for a unit integrated to the helmet if I do it again. The control know on the side is not real friendly with glooves, but one might get accoustomend to it after time.Jan 28, 2014
A shopper asked:This would be my first motorcycle bluetooth headset and after viewing the reviews on Revzilla it seems that the SMH10 is a favorite and fits my needs. But now there is the SMH10-11 and it hard to tell what was upgraded or changed from the SMH-10 to this model? In other words, what do I get for the additional $15 (dual pack)?Aug 24, 2012
Aznhomie06:The SMH10-11 includes the universal mic clamp with the flat wired mic and attachable boom mic also not included is the wall charger they just include a the usb cable to connect to you computer to charge but the actual module is the same
So you pretty much just get the universal mic kit which i think is really great for full face helmets cause if gives it a cleaner look bellow is more details from sena
Brenda K:We bought this for our trip to California, we could not get it to work and we had an experienced mechanic try and No he could not get it to work.. We would not suggest you buy this!!!! If you want to purchase one buy ours at a good price..Apr 20, 2015
Thomas F:The brand of bike has nothing to do with it. The unit is mounted on your helmet and the speakers inside the helmet. Great device, i can talk on the phone or to other rider without noise interference. Apr 19, 2015
Jose C asked:I'm trying to order a two devices set but not sure what the difference between your items: 836071 & 839077?.... i do need to use ear buds headphones for one of the units since my wife does not like the incorporated speakersFeb 18, 2014
The difference is on #836071 the boom microphone is attached to the helmet mainset. Where as on the 839077 it's not and also this model gives you the extra microphone. It's really depends on what type of helmet you're using it on. I use my set on modular full face helmets and like having the boom mic mounted where I want it (inside of the sidewall of the helmet). If you are using a full face helmet you'll need the 839077 model so the boom mic will reach your mouth. My wife and I love this set. She listens to her music and I listen to mine. Make sure you mount the speakers so they end up right in front of your ears though otherwise it won't be as loud as you may like it. Hope this helps, DeanFeb 20, 2014
John S:The main difference, I see (and I have both models) is that the 839077 has detached mic boom. This works much better for a modular (flip up) helmet, because you can position the mic so that it does not interfere with the front closing.
As far as swapping the speakers out for ear buds, I think that that would be a warranty voiding modification, and should include some kind of volume reduction - to avoid blowing her ears out.
That said, please know that the ability to converse with fellow rider, and or pillion, is a wonderful addition to your riding experience. I like to listen to music and turn by turn GPS directions too. Works surprisingly well with earplugs too.Feb 19, 2014
Jeffrey M:Based on the product images it appears the 839077 has the low profile mic in addition to the boom mic. I have this one and the low profile mic affixes inside the helmet chin bar and is far less cumbersome than the boom. However if you have a modular or 3/4 helmet, you will need the boom as there would be nothing to attach the other mic to. As for alternative audio output, the speakers are hardwired to the base and earbuds aren't really an option. That said, the audio quality on the SMH10 is really clear for intercom chats and some music but it is not audiophile quality by any means.Feb 19, 2014
Chris W:Look at the SENA site (senabluetooth . com / product/intercoms/smh10/?tab_menu=overview), but if I remember correctly, the earphones in both units you list are permanently attached to the helmet mounted connector piece. SENA link I included has a pic that shows that. In my opinion (and I'd have to go home to verify), you cannot use your own earbuds with the two units you have identified. It seems that they must have some option that allows you to use your own speakers though. I don't know what that would be though.Feb 19, 2014
A shopper asked:What is the difference between the SMH10 and the SMH-10 on your website? There is a slight price difference, other than that I am not sure which would be better. I am hoping to buy for snowmobiling use.Feb 18, 2014
Phongthep K:It not different on SMH10 wether snowmobile pack or universal microphone pack one. Actually it don't have universal model at first just update its name from snowmobile. It perfomance still best I used it for 3 years 50000 miles in every weather never has any mistake. Feb 18, 2014
Luke S:The SMH10 (without the dash) has two microphones that you can position where you want. You have a boom mic and a flat sticky microphone.
The Sena system works very well. It can only connects to a small group of riders. The Scala can connect to a large group of riders. No problem to me, I mainly use it for telephone, music and to talk to only one other person.Feb 19, 2014
Nathan H:The sena smh10-10 comes with the microphone boom only, the smh10-11 comes with a microphone boom and a small wired mic that attaches to your full faces helmet. Either way I would recommend this product.Feb 20, 2014
Michael W:I bought the universal headset dual pack for my wife and I. It contains two boom mics and two button mics. I used the boom mic in my modular headset and the button mic in her full face helmet. The button mic picks up a lot of background which might be a problem on a snowmobile especially if it's a two cycle, as noisy as they are. I think the standard SMH10 has one boom mic that plugs into the blue tooth transceiver and the boom has to bend up under the helmets chin piece to be in front of the users mouth. A little confusing I know but I hope that helps.Feb 18, 2014
A shopper asked:From what I've read, these units can receive music streaming from an iPhone or similar via bluetooth. My question is if I buy a dual pack for communication use between rider and passenger, can one music source stream to both sena units at the same time so both users can listen to the same music source? Couldn't find a direct answer to that in the online information. Thanks.May 18, 2013
The Sena inter-com units will not duplicate or bounce a signal for both rider and passenger to listen to the same music from a phone. The work around to this is to buy the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter. You would plug the music source into the SM10, which then broadcasts two Bluetooth signals. The rider and passenger would connect to the SM10, and then be able to listen to the same music.
On a related note, currently the only Bluetooth device that would allow two people to listen to the same source is the Cardo Q3. The Q3 will bounce a signal from the rider to the passenger, so that both can listen to the same thing.May 31, 2013
cnie:After reading the manual and setting up our dual pack, I would say no. I have not seen anything that says specifically it can't. However setting the units up, they operate completely independently, and just share a package, and are already paired to each other. The unit does have a mini jack though, so you could run wires with a splitter and get the same result, presuming you are on the same machine.May 27, 2013
A shopper asked:How many riders can you communicate with at the same time? In the product¬¥s description it is indicated that it can pair up with up to three other units. Is it possible to have duplex communication between all four sets at the same time? Or only with one user at the same time, with the option to toggle to another user? ThanksApr 9, 2013
RevZilla:The Sena SMH10, SMH10-11, and SMH10R can all connect to three other units (4 total) and they can duplex call as well. Thus, you can chat with each rider one at a time, or all 4 can talk at once in a conference call type of situation.Apr 17, 2013
AF2013:According to the manual, it is possible to have all four online at the same time, but the protocol to set them up has to be followed. Something like: A & B open conversation. C calls in. D calls in. From how I read it, the way the call-ins are handled affects how hang-ups are handled. As long as all 4 want to stay connected, it should be easy.
It doesn't look like it would be difficult, but you might want to try it out before the ride. Personally, I've only one other friend with a Sena, so I'm not speaking from personal experience. OTOH, 2-person communication is quick and easy.Apr 22, 2013
A shopper asked:Are the two units included in the kit fully featured? Or is one required to use the other? Like if my wife wanted to ride on her own bike rather than us being two-up? If so, is there anything missing from the dual kit that you would get by ordering two separate single kits?Oct 20, 2012
RevZilla:The Dual Pack includes two of everything that is found in a single pack. Both units will have all the functionality that is advertised, and they can be used separately as well. The Dual pack has a better value than buying two single units, and for close friends or family members it is a great way to save a few dollars and then enjoy music and intercomming while riding.Oct 22, 2012
AF2013:Each unit is fully functional. You only need two units to get any benifit from the intercom function. You get everything in the dual kit that you would get with two singles. The only physical difference is the packaging. Also, with the dual kit, the units are paired from the factory. With two singles you would have to pair them manually.Apr 22, 2013
Glenn M:Hi sorry to barge in with another question, is this pack comes with the compatible with the Bell Mag 6 Helmet clamp kit or do I need to buy it separately. I need 2 SMH10 but one for a Bell Mag 9 and a Arai helmet. Please let me have your clarification.Oct 7, 2014
Steven C:My speaker system is mounted in a Laser, Monaco modular. This helmet has removable 3/8 inch, padded ear shaped padding with a velcro strap on the padding to hold the speaker. The padding is porous so the speaker can mount on the helmet side & the padding is against your ear. Still plenty loud & the speaker does not rub your ear. If you close up the space too much, it will make it difficult to wear any type of glasses. Hope this helps. Be Safe Mar 24, 2015
A S asked:In the Systems Feature section it says: Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets. Does that mean that if my buddy has a Scalarider unit, I can still talk to him while he rides his bike?Sep 7, 2014
We love our Sena! As far as I know, the SMH10 only pairs with other Sena devices, and Bluetooth devices like iPhones, Blackberries, etc.
However, I do not see anywhere in my manual that says it will pair with other manufacturers headsets/intercoms.
My manual only shows how to pair other Sena headsets.
I know that one of the big selling features of the new Sena 20S is that it will pair via Bluetooth with any other Bluetooth intercom. However, if you read the reviews, many users are having a difficult time with the new 20S.
Sokrady C:Yes! The Universal Intercom Setting on the Sena SMH-10 and a handful of brands will allow you and a buddy who has a non-sena product connect via bluetooth! Just make sure that the firmware has been updated.
Glen F:You can not talk while streaming music, which is unfortunate, but it makes sense since it probably wouldn't work well.
One device can stream music to two people, or each person can use separate devices to stream their own music. Streaming to two headsets has some minor issues, in my case a GPS provides instructions to me, which causes the music to pause for both people, but only I hear the GPS instruction. Not a big deal, but not perfect either. I find most of the time each person wants their own music anyway.
Music always pauses (or mutes) when something else of higher priority occurs, like an intercom request, phone call, gps instruction, etc. This is true regardless of music source (like bluetooth or wired mp3 input), but you may have options if you stream music from your gps, but I'm not familiar with how that works.
Bottom line is it works very well, but it takes time to learn all the different "commands" to get what you're after. Reference the manual frequently, master one or two new things and then add more tricks on the next ride.Aug 22, 2014
barry y:Streaming in this case means transmitting bike audio (aux, music, NAV) or cell or an external MP3 player audio thru the SM-10 to the SMH 10's. One source at a time to the helmet monitors via the Bluetooth signal. Alternatively, rider and passenger can provide independent audio to their helmet via direct input (wired) to the Audio In jack on the SMH10. I don't believe that the audio can be shared this way, however, suggest a call to SENA. Great support and super product in my opinion.Aug 21, 2014
Shawn B:Each unit can make a bluetooth connection or be directly connected (there is a port on the device) to another device, such as an mp3 player. Each also can connect to a cell phone, or other bluetooth device. My rider has an ipod that she connects to her headset when we ride, and also connects to her phone.Aug 21, 2014
michael l asked:Has anyone tried this device with the Shoei RF 1200? I'm worried that the cutout along the bottom side of the helmet may interfere with the clamp because of the extra neck roll/ padding.Jul 29, 2014
ccmenden42:The units pair up in a squence, with priority being given to the first unit to pair, 2nd priority to pair, 3rd priority to the etc, 4th priority to the 4th. To intercom to a particular rider, press the dial the number of times the rider is given priority. If you are rider #2, press the dial 3X to talk to rider #3Oct 8, 2012
RevZilla:Each SMH-10 unit can pair to 3 other Sena units, and this would then give you 4 total units connected. Thus, if the driver was connected to the passenger, then the the driver could connect to two other units, and the passenger can also connect to 2 other units. The intention was for two people on one bike to connect with two people on another bike, thus giving all 4 people the ability to talk together (or 4 people on their own bikes). If you need to be able to connect to more than 3 other people, we would recommend looking at the Cardo G9. The Cardo G9 can connect to 9 total Cardo devices (driver plus 8 others). Also remember that if you plan on using a Sena Product, it will only work with other Sena products. The same is true for Cardo units, which will only work with other Cardo units.Oct 1, 2012
RevZilla:For these applications, especially on the Schuberth, this kit would be ideal as it allows for more versatile placement of the module itself as well as of the attachable boom microphone. Check out the link below and look under the heading for "Clamp SMH-A0302: Helmet Clamp Kit - Attachable Boom Microphone & Wired Microphone." This is the same mounting kit as is included with the SMH10-11 and has a couple examples of it installed on a C3. Installation would be similar on the Shoei Neotec.
Aznhomie06:I think the original would be better cause the boom is attached to the base clamp but with the newer model it comes with a boom mic that you would attach to the helmet with a sticky pad it would give you a cleaner look because you can attach it under the liner and not have to snake the boom mic around.
Che-Chuen H:I don't see why not. I have the SMH-11 & a Nolan N85 (the full face version of the flip-up N104) and it installed very easily. You might have to do a teeny bit of shaving around the foam for the speakers, since the Sena speakers aren't completely round. The SMH-11 is Bluetooth 3.0, so the range and power consumption is much better.Sep 13, 2012
Earl F F asked:Is the SM10 able to connect/communicate with other brands, like the Scala, for instance? Another rider in our group uses a Scala but I'm really interested in the Sena products. Thanks.Mar 24, 2015
James I:Yes, but only if the headset has been updated to a firmware version that has the Universal Intercom feature and the non-Sena headset can be paired to a device such as a mobile phone. When paired to a Sena headset, the non-Sena headset needs to make a phone call, by using the same button operation necessary to activate the voice dialer on a mobile phone, in order to connect to the Sena headset for intercom communication since the non-Sena headset will act as if the Sena headset is another phone rather than a Bluetooth headset.
Note: You are not using your cellular service at all. You are using the voice dialing feature on the non-Sena headset to connect to the Sena headset.Mar 27, 2015
Aggie Elisabeth W asked:Can I download the Sensa firmware updates with a MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard, Lion or Mavericks OS? Also, will the inline mic and headphones work with AGV K3 and K4 helments? Thanks!Dec 10, 2014