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Sena SMH5 Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack with Boom Mic
The SMH5 is a Bluetooth v3.0 Stereo Headset with Bluetooth Intercom designed speciﬁcally for motorcycles. With the SMH5, you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigation by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have two-way intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motorcycle riders.
Thanks to the latest Bluetooth v3.0 and the advanced digital processing technology, the SMH5 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 SMH5 a perfect companion for motorcycles.
Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
Bluetooth Specification v3.0
Bluetooth Intercom up to 400 meters (430 yards) (in open terrain)
Multi-Pair Bluetooth intercom
Bluetooth stereo headset by A2DP
Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: play, pause, track forward and track back
Easy operation by versatile Jog Dial
Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booster
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Santos M: Heard good things about sena. Had cardo scala team set pro. I was happy however not thrilled decided to try something new when my cardo team set pro failed for the second time within 2 years.Jun 18, 2015
P A: This was an anniversary gift from my wife. We use it to talk during our rides. Best investment ever.Jun 13, 2015
Stella S: Price point and basic functionality. Just getting started in bluetooth comms during rides so just getting my feet wet.Jun 10, 2015
Randall S. S: We purchased this for our son, since this was the make/model he asked for.May 5, 2015
Mike B: Good information from Revzilla especially the videosMay 1, 2015
Jerome H: Does exactly what we want and at a good price.Apr 17, 2015
Paul S: Inexpensive intercom set with interchangeable parts that can move between multiple helmets.Apr 9, 2015
Alan S: Quality and Price plus warantee.Feb 7, 2015
Randy W: My wife and I wanted to be able to talk with each other while riding your dual seat quad.Jan 15, 2015
Jennifer L: I like the price and I will be able to communicate with my husband while we are on separate bikes. I like the CS rep when I called to ask questions.Dec 31, 2014
Tammy M: I purchased this as a gift. While I love my Scala G9, I needed something that is easier to use for my parents so I chose the Sena over the Scala for this particular purchase.Dec 30, 2014
Douglas K: Looked like the best value for my needs instead of spending over 300.00 on a large mounted speaker/fairing on my bike, and I get intercom and phone capabilities too with the Sena!Oct 6, 2014
Mark B: Size and cost, but I never got the system to work properly and finally gave up. Now I just use the earphones to hear my GPS, but the communication part never worked.Sep 12, 2014
Darren L: Rider and Passenger communication, phone calls and tunes will riding....Sep 5, 2014
James B: The Sena reviews were all good, and the RevZilla price for the dual pack was a bargain compared to any other brand.Aug 6, 2014
Lloyd C: features, price, recommended by a friend.Jul 28, 2014
Jay L: These are good companions to the other more powerful Sena Bluetooth models, and are formidable on their own. As always, Revzilla is a licensed seller of Sena products, so no need to worry about the 2-year warranty.Jul 11, 2014
Douglas W: Best bang for the buck. Great functions, easy to operate, exceptional reliability compared to other brands.Jul 5, 2014
I was buy one and it is excelents, this are second pair, one for my copilot and other when i need fix someoneApr 28, 2014
Philip W: Seemed like the thing to do at the time. I mainly want rider/passenger intercom.Apr 28, 2014
Michael E: This will be the second set of these I have bought. Not because there was anything wrong with the first set but because the first set is so awesome that I need two more for my kids so we can all talk. My son and I wore these while riding ATV's at the Sand Dunes and it was so awesome that we decided everyone in the family needs them so we can all talk while riding. I would highly recommend these to anyone.Apr 19, 2014
Martin M: - good price - nice functionsMar 28, 2014
Richard B: After researching the SMH10R, SMH10, SMH5 -FM and the SMH5, I decided to go with this model because of the simplicity and the fact that none of the reviews stated the speaker quality was anything to brag about when listening to music. I will use this until a model with decent sound comes out, then I'll probably upgrade.Feb 17, 2014
Darren L: communication with passenger while on tour with a good price and features I was looking for. I don't need bike to bike communication and this model comes with the upgraded speakers and connections.Jan 9, 2014
Clayton G: As a fairly new rider i wanted an inexpensive yet reliable (according to the reviews) intercom system to be able to communicate with my passenger or my son (also a novice rider). I believe for the price this unit will meet or hopefully exceed my needs? I will be happy to comment on it once we have had an opportunity to use it.Dec 30, 2013
Jason S: I picked these because of the features, the price, the free shipping, the awesome info video, and the customer reviews. Really impressed with what I've seen from Revzilla so far. Thanks!Dec 7, 2013
Phillip L: Great value. Great reviews. Easy setup.Nov 19, 2013
Johan v: Best tested in US and Europe. Fantastic value for moneyOct 10, 2013
Nelson A R: So my non-riding wife and I could talk to each other whenever she's riding with me.Sep 3, 2013
Philip M: Listening to music and talking while 2-up.Aug 27, 2013
Justin D: I previously used these headsets before a high-speed accident which destroyed one. I'm now buying these for myself and another friend, because the quality is great and the ability to communicate is crucial.Aug 23, 2013
Ruben A: Wanted a simple BT system mainly for intercom use with a passenger for a riding vacation in Europe. I have no plans to ever use this system for listening to music or anything like that. The SMH5 seems like it will fit the bill.Aug 14, 2013
J. Luis V: After reading some reviews of the late bluetooth in helmet communicators, I decided for this particular brand and model, as usual I found the best deal at Revzilla.Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Do i need to purchase an additional mic to use this unit with a fullface helmet?Oct 9, 2013
Christopher J:it helps. wind at higher speeds can trigger the vox. It works best for phone calls, bike to bike and music via bluetooth with a full face. At slower commuting speeds, I have used it without issue with my Schuberth flip up. I would say you have a 35mph threshold where the wind can take over.Oct 9, 2013
Philip M:I have use the included boom mic with both a fullface and a modular helmet, and it works fine with both. Properly worn, the boom mic (with the windsock) should just touch your lips.Oct 9, 2013
Justin S:My setup came with everything I needed including the mics for both helmets. Works fairly well within range limits which is around a 1/4 mile. When I'm riding alone it's also nice to pipe music from my iPhone via Bluetooth connection sometimes.Oct 9, 2013
Stephen S:Yes that feature works great. Listen to music, music from your library on the or even web based streaming music and if you get a phone call or "tap" from another SMH5 it will answer it automatically if you want or by "tap" answer. HOWEVER DO NOT BUY THE SMH5. It will make you very frustrated. The sound quality for music is only mid to high range, your songs will not sound the same. If you are connected to another device you get wind noise during intercom connection. The 4 pin fitting will blow out of the unit causing silence. Then you start duct taping it to the device, but it will still blow out causing you to constantly be messing with it. If your wife is the other rider she may get frustrated with the sporadic disconnects!! Also they had to replace 2 microphones, which they did for free. I am told by creditablesources that the SMH10 is much better. I said hard for me to believe. I am already planning to save up and buy something else!Aug 28, 2013
A s:Yes, it works at least with Pandora on the 4S and 5. It also works with the native iPod player. When a call comes in or another user contacts you via the intercom the music stops. After the 2 way communication or phone call the music resumes. You can also skip songs by pressing in on the big black button and turning it toward the back of your helmet. Aug 28, 2013
Philip M:Yes. You can listen to music, answer calls, use Siri, and anything else you can normally do with a Bluetooth stereo headset. I do recommend that you practice with the controls while wearing gloves to get familiar with the feel of skipping songs and such; it just makes it easier to use and less distracting. Aug 28, 2013
wayne s:Yes. I have an iPhone 4S and always have Bluetooth connected. If pandora or another music app is open then that will be the main audio source. If you didn't open any app and held the jog dial for the 2 beeps you will play music from your phones collection. Hope this helps Aug 28, 2013
A shopper asked:do both units have bluetooth phone capabilities? or is it only the main unit that can pair with a phone. basically i'm asking if both units can be used for phonecalls while in use.Sep 10, 2013
Toby R:Wife and I have this set and both have Bluetooth phones. Our headsets are paired with our phones. When I turn on my headset, it finds my phone and not my wife's. (There have been a couple times after we've charged the units where we've put them on the wrong helmets. Didn't know it until her mom called me and wondered why I had her phone...) When a call comes in, you tap to answer it, tap to end and the music picks right back up where it left off. When you want to talk to the other person, you tap and it pauses your music and the other rider's music to talk.Aug 29, 2014
Berkeley F:The two units in a "dual pack" are identical and parallel. Either can pair not only to each other, but to other devices. Why, however, you would want to talk on a cell phone while riding is a mystery to me! But if you want to split your concentration between riding and yakking -- these units WILL do that. Good luck. You'll NEED it. Best!Sep 25, 2013
Bob E:I haven't used it that way, but I understand that each unit can pair with a separate bluetooth enabled phone. They can not share the same phone even if they are both paired to it. If that is the case, the main unit will connect and the passenger unit will not.Sep 26, 2013
Michael S:YEs the units are identical, so you can use both for talking to other riders and phone use. There isn't a master and a slave unit, they are both the same. Using my iPhone I listen to music, gps nav, siri, and iradar. Sep 25, 2013
John O:Hi, I am not an expert. Look at it this way. From SMH5 to SMH5, the conductivity between the units is seamless. Add bluetooth phone, it will work on SMH5(unit one) only. If you wish the bluetooth phone, with streaming music to work on both units you need SM10. I bought mine from Revzilla. Best to call Sena if in doubt. When both units are listening to music, you tap to talk
I cant add a link, but google sm10 and see the chartSep 25, 2013
radmandan:You don't need to use a cell phone to use the two way comm. feature. IMO though the iPhone is perfect, as I have access to my iTunes and can use the SMH 5 to skip songs and replay them etc... The music automatically fades out when a call comes in either from two way or the phone then automatically kicks in after a few seconds when your conversation is done. Hope this helps!Aug 27, 2012
Trump48257:No. While you can pair both an audio device (e.g iPod Touch) and a Phone to the SMH5, you can only send audio from an iPod or phone to one headset. The SMH10 is capable of this using a Y-splitter and connecting both headsets with a mini stereo cable to the audio source.May 23, 2012
RevZilla:No, you can only pair one phone with one headset. For that reason, you will not be able to listen to the same music on two different headset as each one of them has to be paired with a different phone.May 30, 2012
Toby R:Unless you have a bluetooth phone GPS on the phone. Mine will play the music, and when a turn comes up, the GPS voice will override the music. One phone per headset, and one headset per phone.Aug 29, 2014
A shopper asked:I bought the smh5 headsets 2 weeks ago when my wife and I ride its not to clear but when you are farther apart they are clear as a bell has anyone else had this problem? sorrySep 24, 2014
Kent H:I have had the smh 5 for more than a year and have not had this problem. Or any other problem for that matter. Very clear audio, conversation or music. I have read that Sena has great customer service. Google the number and try them. You may have a bad mic or something else simple.Sep 25, 2014
Juan G:Hello. I have the smh5 headsets and in the beginning we could not hear clear maybe because the noise of the wind in our helmets. We fix this using some swimming ear plugs, now the sound is much clear.Sep 25, 2014
Hvrnaut:You can upgrade the speakers for the SMH5, but ear bud use is a no-go. I've had thoughts of getting the 10 for this reason, but it would be for a touring-oriented ride. In and around, the 5 is great.Jul 2, 2012
A shopper asked:so what's the main difference/s between the SMH-5 and the SMH-10? Other than one being Bluetooth Vs. 2.0 and the other 3.0, I can't really seem to tell much of a difference.May 17, 2012
RevZilla:Both models use Bluetooth v3.0. The main differences are as follows.
Bluetooth Intercom up to 400 meters in open terrain Up to 8 hours talk time, 7 days stand-by time 10-pin connecto Charges via USB SMH-10
Bluetooth Intercom up to 900 meters in open terrain Up to 8 hours talk time, 10 days stand-by time Up to 4-way conference intercom Built-in AUX port Pogo pin connecto Multipoint (can be connected to two sources at same time) Phone conference Intercom VOX Wall charger includedMay 23, 2012
Range: SMH10 has twice the range of the SMH5 Line-In Support: The SMH10 Can accept mini-stereo line in (this is the only if you and your passenger can both listen to the same music with the use of a Y-splitter) Conference Intercom: SMH10 you can talk with multiple people simultaneously; however, the SMH5 can only talk with one other unit at a time.May 23, 2012
A shopper asked:Will this system work with the HJC IS-MAX BT Bluetooth Helmet? My wife and I have a pair of these for riding our ATV's. We have been using midland GMRS radios with headsets and boom microphones but, lately have had very poor luck with them. The headset seem to last a very short time before going bad in one way or another. If the Bluetooth system will work, I will be sure to try it.Jun 10, 2014
Berkeley F:The Sena "dual" kit (which has systems for two headphones), is a generic, external mount Bluetooth intercom (etc.) system. I installed in on our two Nolan flip-up helmets with little problem (some fiddling).
By the way, make SURE you keep the firmware on both your Sena units updated. The company continuously improves (and de-bugs) these units, but those improvements can't happen unless you regularly check into to their website and update firmware (which is quite easy to do, unless you are seriously "computer-impaired."
The company also was great about replacing one of our two units which died after a few weeks use. No questions, no cost to us. A great unit.Jun 10, 2014
RevZilla:The standard SMH5 will not work on an open face helmet, unless it's a 3/4. If you have a 1/2 helmet, your options are the Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets or Sena SPH10H-FM Bluetooth Intercom With FM Tuner For Half Helmets.Apr 25, 2013
wiremonkey:I would say no since the boom mic is fairly short and only has a velcro mount. You might be able to buy a longer boom, but I don't know. The SMH10 boom is designed for this is and much longer and hard mounted to the unit.May 15, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi everyone. I just purchased two SM5s for my son and myself. We both have modular helmets. Any advice on the best way to install the boom mic in a modular helmet? Should the base oh the mic be attached to the body of the helmet so the mic stays down when you flip the modular section up? Thanks.Mar 14, 2015
Kent H:Yes, install the boom mic on the base part of the helmet. Just in front and below the the speaker. If you attach it to the chin bar it will most likely unplug the mic wire whenever you raise the chin bar. Mar 15, 2015
A shopper asked:If my passenger and I are paired with seperate devices listening to seprate music can we still communicate with each other over bluetooth intercomm? If not is this something that is offered on the smh10? Listening to seperate music is not a big deal as we differ in tastes anyways.
RevZilla:Both the Sena SMH5 Bluetooth and the Sena SMH10 Bluetooth can pair with separate music devices and still have a communication channel between another headset. Of course, you would need to switch to the communication channel when you feel like talking, so the music does not drown out the person speaking, but this is done by simply hitting a button or speaking loudly into the mic. This way, you and your passenger have the option to talk, as well as enjoy your own individual tastes in music. We wonder who will be rocking to metal while the other listens to a serenading ballad.Mar 18, 2013
RevZilla:The SMH5 is a great option for the Schuberth C3. Because the boom microphone is detached from the helmet clamp portion of the SMH5, the microphone does not interfere with the slider for the internal sun visor.Mar 5, 2013
RevZilla:Currently Sena products will inter-comm with other Sena products, but not Cardo products or Interphone (or any other brand for that matter). The same is true for the other Bluetooth systems that offer an Inter-comm feature, they are all brand specific and will not function with inter-comm devices from another brand.
On a related note, anytime you connect two different units from the same brand, the inter-comm range will decrease to that of the lower end device. For Sena specifically, when the SMH-5 is paired with an SMH-10, the range of the SMH-10 (900 meters or 980 yards in open terrain) will be decreased to that of the SMH-5 (400 meters or 437 yards in open terrain).Feb 8, 2013
RevZilla:Currently Sena products will inter-comm with other Sena products, but not Cardo products or Interphone (or any other brand). The same is true for the other Bluetooth systems that offer an Inter-comm feature, they are all brand specific at this time.Aug 24, 2012
Michael B:Great question, I believe not because I don't believe it's a standard connector. I will pull the stuff out, its 0 degress, not a lot of riding, and check it tonight. I re-post later.Jan 7, 2015
Toby R:When we ordered the upgraded speakers a couple years ago they came for just one unit. Original speakers have a great sound and do not distort, even with the visor open. I had an issue with a wire to an original speaker, and ordered upgraded speakers to replace it. Well worth the cost, as they can go even louder and fill the ear holes in the helmet better.Aug 29, 2014
RevZilla:Yes, the SMH10 will work with the SMH5 to allow the driver and rider to listen to the same music source over bluetooth. The SM10 acts as a hub to provide dual streams of bluetooth audio.Feb 27, 2013