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The SMH10R is a Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headset with long-range Bluetooth intercom designed specifically for sportbike riders who prefer smaller form factor for maximizing their riding performance, yet maintaining rich features of Bluetooth intercom. With the SMH10R, you can call handsfree on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigation by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with other riders.
Thanks to the latest Bluetooth and the advanced digital signal processing technology inherited from the SMH10, the SMH10R offers the best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound in its class. Also, its super thin and compact form factor contribute higher performance for sports bike riding and it makes the SMH10R a perfect companion of sports bike riders.
Bluetooth intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
Ultra slim & feather light
Four-way conference intercom
Conference phone call with intercom participant
Multipoint for mobile phone+GPS
Bluetooth stereo headset for Bluetooth audio devices such as MP3 players
Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: Play, pause, track forward and track back
Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booster
Bluetooth handsfree for Bluetooth mobile phones
Bluetooth headset or stereo headset for Bluetooth GPS navigation
Water resistant for use in inclement weather
Crystal clear and natural sound quality
Can be used while charging on road trip
Individual volume control for each audio source
Peace of mind - thanks to the two-year warranty
Talk time: 8 hours
Stand-by time: 7 days
Intercom working distance up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
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adam e: friends all have it said it was the best out thereApr 11, 2014
Francisco M: My GF bought me this pack for my b-day and I loved it. Enjoy listening to music while I ride. The slim profile look was what caught my eye.Apr 11, 2014
jesse p: Slim, light weight, and the battery can be replaced without buying a whole new unit.Apr 10, 2014
sebastian g: Comfort, lightweight,easy installation and featuresApr 1, 2014
Brendon W: My wife and I needed this for safety reasons and we like the low profile aspect to it. Plus Anthony's review on it was greatMar 30, 2014
A S: Need to hear my sweatheart tell me to slow down so she can catch up. Great product at a great price.Mar 25, 2014
S P: We have never had a blue tooth system with our helmets because our bike does not have the ability to have a CB system or anything like that. This is the new way to talk to each other with out using hand signals or having to shout at each other.Mar 22, 2014
ABDUL AA\'LA K: It was a good product and I really need it to communicate while riding my bike with my partner...Mar 16, 2014
Clifford M: Recommended by several friends and a BMW dealership here in townMar 8, 2014
Paul G: Great reviews, small lightweight, can customize placement, decent range, good value for the priceMar 6, 2014
sheri R: Looking forward to being able to share conversation with my husband during our dual sport rides.Mar 6, 2014
terry w: Some friends have these with the dial and I like the slimmer features of these but still be able to connect with themFeb 19, 2014
Jim B: After my Internet searching for best products, I had a phone consultation with a Revzilla customer service representative. These steps helped me make my decision.Feb 13, 2014
john s: reasonably good reviews ,smaller than its predeccessor,Feb 12, 2014
MARK W: Based on motorcycle forums and the Revzilla tv. Hopefully the item will work 100% as live inthe UK. Item is half price to the cost of it over here.Feb 12, 2014
Genevieve E: i bought this b/c of all the positive reviews and I recently had the scala rider g9 but it went bad on me in under 2 years. so i decided to give this a try.Feb 10, 2014
Matthew Z: Great reviews. Low profile for sport bike. Can connect to multiple devices.Feb 3, 2014
Andrew M: A friend of mine (fellow rider) had one on his helmet, after trying it out on my helmet, it sold itself. Cant wait for it to arrive!Jan 19, 2014
Glenn M: They're as functional as the non-"R"s, but much smaller and lighter. They will do anything I can imagine I would want them to do.Jan 18, 2014
JOHN R: My friend bought one of these for me as a Christmas gift. It works so amazing, I am buying one for my wife and one for my motocross helmet .Jan 12, 2014
Miguel G: Best reviews and helpful you tube video details.Jan 6, 2014
Scott O: Selected this item because of the low profile outside helmet, and according to reviews, best sound quality and volume. We'll soon see!Dec 21, 2013
Alexandre M: Due to low profile and good reviews at Internet.Dec 16, 2013
saher e: i love its amazing by all means, sound quality, weight, controls, but i would really encourage using it with 3/4 helmets only otherwise you might not hear during rding.Dec 6, 2013
Patrick M:I think you will be satisfied with the volume level. I turn up volume on my phone and then adjust the volume on the headset as well depending on ambient wind noise or type of song or radio commercials. I rarely go to full volume unless a favorite song comes on or unless it is an instrumental song. I don't wear ear plugs.Nov 11, 2013
Stephen M:Yes they are completely and totally loud enough. I have to turn the volume down to about 60% with my phone's volume on full. With both on FULL it hurts. Plenty of power out of the speakers. Decent quality, not spectacular but works well enough.Nov 11, 2013
John H:I haven't used ear plugs. But, I doubt it would be loud enough. The speakers are just enough to get by. You might be able to get the ear bud attachment then use them as ear plugs. Just a thought.Oct 31, 2013
Helene D:The Sena comes with 2 speakers and I do not think there would be a comfortable place to mount them inside a bicycle helmet. They could theoretically be mounted on the outside of your helmet since there is no engine noise to contend with. You could then use the boom microphone that is supplied for conversation. Nov 17, 2013
Anthony B:I installed my Sena units in Nolan N104 helmets and the battery fit in the little compartment that Nolan set aside for the Nolan comm units battery. That said, the SMH10R battery is pretty small. I believe I could find a place to mount the battery inside any helmet. It should not be a problem.Mar 25, 2014
Shawn P:No, its to big to fit in the shark-tooth battery area, but there is a neck pad at the back of the evoline that is a perfect place for the battery. They don't allow links, but look at the pictures of the evoline 3 and you will see the area i mean.Mar 25, 2014
Shawn P:Sorry when I got the email to answer this question I thought this was asked in the evoline thread, my bad. But the above is how we were able to attache the battery in an out of view area with our helmets.Mar 25, 2014
Jesse B:I emailed the company about the battery capacity, as I couldn't find it listed anywhere. It's a 500mah battery, which is pretty low. In warm weather it holds up tolerably well, but I found it cutting out after a couple hours on some rides. The battery drain is significantly faster if it's used as a voice activated helmet to helmet com system. I anticipate battery life will be less in cold climates, but that's only speculative.
There is a DIY hack if you're interested. Replacing the battery unit with two rechargeable AA batteries would give you 1600mah, over 3 times the capacity, and take up little more room than the stock battery does. It requires a little soldering and a resistor, but would make for a fun little project. Supplies cost about $5 and would greatly increase the versatility and lifespan of the unit.Feb 6, 2014
Alex M:I have had really bad experience with the battery. in the summer I get maybe 4-5 hours. Riding my motorcycle at the end of the season <40F probably <1hr. What I typically do is plug in the charger while im riding and then it last indefinitely.
PS I use it for music mostly so it always on.Feb 6, 2014
Helene D:I really havn't used it in the cold but I can tell you that I did purchase spare batteries and have had to use them after being on the bike for more than 6 hrs. It is a quick switch out and pretty cheap 'insurance' Good luck.Feb 6, 2014
Tommy S:Here in Southern California i have not tested this unit past 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Til then though, it has operated just fine. I would give SENA a call. They were very helpful with issues I had with my units.Feb 6, 2014
Jesse B:Sorry for the slow response here guys. I purchased the parts 6 or 8 months ago but haven't sat down to do the project yet. I'll recite them from memory as best possible: 2x AA battery case (searched on ebay, got one for a couple bucks) 2 rechargeable AA batteries. I had some Enloops laying around, yay! A resistor (I don't recall the capacity, not much) Velcro with adhesive side to stick the AA case to helmet
The voltage coming off the 2 AA batteries is just a bit higher than usb charged lithium batteries kick out. I think it's something like 1.5v per battery, putting this pack at 3v. I believe it needs to be 2 or 2.5v, so from what i gather it would look like soldering a 0.5 or 1v resistor in the line to the unit.
There are no tutorials that I'm aware of. This was devised by doing a bit of googling and reading on powering usb devices with battery packs. Apologies for the vagueness here, I moved before I built it and my memory is fuzzy.
Honestly, it seems like a pretty easy project. I intend to dig into it by this summer hopefully. If I do I'll post instructions. If anyone has any insight, please post here. I'd enjoy discussing further via email or otherwise, as I'm no electronics wiz. I merely got tired of battery failure after dumping my bike once while pulling over and see why it kept cutting off. Friggin' gravel.
Not sure if my profile shows email, so respond here if you want to dig in further.Mar 11, 2014
Shari I:I have a HJC CL-16, the speakers fit right in lying flat, they are about 1 1/2 inches wide and not even close to half a centimeter thick.
You can either Velcro it in or use the adhesive they provide. When I am riding I don't even feel them against my ears because of the pockets in the liner.
My input? I've never had an Arai, but if you're looking for a Bluetooth headset that adds no weight, no excessive wire disruption, and clear communication, then yes it's an awesome communicator.Feb 4, 2014
Marc M:It comes with the typical "boom" mic that could be positioned whoever you want it. There is also a little cloth patch that can be stuck inside your helmet and the button mic velcros onto it. I'm sure one of those two solutions would work for a modular helmet.Apr 7, 2014
Vince D:I would have to say yes. It comes with two microphones: one you can stick to the inside of a helmet and another that protrudes in front of your chin. You can change these back and forth at will. Hope it helps ;-)Apr 8, 2014
Gary M asked:Does the two pack provide two of everything , chargers, etc., so if we're traveling apart we have everything we need to listen to music, take/make calls on iPhone, or listen to gps directions?Mar 11, 2014
Dennis S:yes -- you are supplied with two of everything you need -- I havent hooked up anything other than the talk between so I cant help you with the other -- but it is two complete unitsMar 12, 2014
A shopper asked:I plan on purchasing the dual pack and will be pairing with my passenger wife. I have a Garmin Zumo 550, and an ipod. We each have smart phones. Will we be able to pair all of these with each of our Sena SMH10R device?Jan 25, 2014
Jesse B:you can pair quite a bit with it, but why wouldnt you get rid of the ipod and garmin and use a nav app and the music player on your smart phone. you will be able you pair both head sets together for intercom, and each headset paired to a phone, or share a pairing to 1 phone.Jan 25, 2014
Leanne V:Four of these headsets can be connected simultaneously into an intercom call. Four people can all talk to each other at once. I have done this personally with three headsets and it worked great.Dec 16, 2013
A shopper asked:I know the SMH 10 has a piece you can buy separately that allows you to use your own earbuds/headphones/IEMs (for the audiophiles) is that piece ALSO compatible with the SMH 10 R?Aug 29, 2013
Jeremy B:I'm not certain. I can tell you that this dual pack has ok speakers and mic. Definitely not rock star quality but they more than get the job done. It's tough hearing much of anything over 65 miles per hour and I can still hear my wife on the intercom fairly well. Unless you count that as a negative :-).Aug 30, 2013
Fred H:Haven't tried, but from what I understand from the blogs, motorcycle media, none of the units from different brands talk to each other. I saw something recently (I think in Motorcyclist magazine) that they're working on fixing that and the solution is near. I use the Sena set nearly every day and love the quality of the phone connection, ease of use, and ability to stream music from I-tunes, Pandora, or one of the radio apps. Good product.Feb 24, 2014
James T:My wife and I recently bought the SENA SMH10R, therefore all I can say is, I set it up to talk with each other rather than yell while riding (works great), I set mine up to receive incoming phone calls (works great) and set it up to listen to music from our LG G2 smartphones (work great). I would like to be able to somehow set them up to listen to our other riders talking on their CBs, but have figured that out yet! We love the bluetooth rather than cables to plug in and the clarity is great. Very glad we ressearched and found this set.Feb 24, 2014
todd e:I would believe not but the product information in full is available on line. I will say though I am completly satisfied with these units. Functionallity is excellent with Garmin, iPhone, and as intercom.
They take some practice to remember the buttom sequencing to get them to do what you want, but when you have learned this they work wonderfully even in gloved hands. Excellent control of music volume and skip or replay song or book chapter.Feb 24, 2014
Vince D:Sena just released a new firmware version that apparently does. Here's the quote from the email: - Universal Intercom?: You can have an intercom conversation with non-Sena Bluetooth headsets using the Universal Intercom? function.Apr 8, 2014
A shopper asked:Really have several questions: First, how is the quality of sound from music compared to Cardo G4? Second, how is the quality of speech spoken/heard using the SMH10R compared to Cardo G4? Second, how does the base module attach to the side of the helmet?Dec 25, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm looking for a device that will pair with the I phone 5 so my son on his quad and me on a dirt bike can talk over the phone? We ride in MX helmets with goggles. We are using Bluetooth ear pieces now but the wind and motor noise makes it hard to understand each other sometimes.Nov 25, 2013
Jenny L:This product has the intercom feature in where you don't need to use your phone to makes call. But this item will also connect to the iphone 5. I use this on a full face helmet so I can't answer on the noise from the wind. Hope this helps.Nov 25, 2013
Dato' Ainul A:Sena SMH10R works fine on my S1000RR at 100mph. the sound quality is much better compared to other headsets that i've tried. a good buy and highly recommended, you won't regret it.Nov 25, 2013
Stephen D G:Can't help you with the Shoei but I just installed it in a Lazer Falcon which does not have any speaker pockets. With minimal cheek pad surgery it fits fine. I doubt you would have a problem with the Shoei.Apr 18, 2014
Tim S asked:Hi guys. Just wondering if anyone has tried pairing a SMH10R with an SMH10 to have the intercom run between the two different Sena products or if they're different enough for them not to connect?