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The SMH5-FM is a Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headset with Bluetooth intercom and built-in FM tuner designed specifically for motorcycles. With the SMH5-FM, you can call handsfree 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 3.0 and the advanced digital signal 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-FM a perfect companion for motorcycles.
Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
Bluetooth intercom up to 700 meters (760yds) 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
Built-in FM radio tuner with channel scan/store function
Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booster
Bluetooth handsfree for Bluetooth mobile phones
Bluetooth headset or stereo headset for Blueooth GPS navigation
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S N: Best bang for the buck, built in fm tunerMay 22, 2015
Paul F: Use this in my touring modular helmet and it works great, love the radio part.May 11, 2015
Charles T: Previous positive experience with SMH-10Apr 14, 2015
Gerry N: I was looking for a way to listen to music and communicate with my riding buddy. This unit was well reviewed on my research. I have to attest to the good reviews.Apr 14, 2015
Bryson W: Seems to be a good product at an acceptable price.Apr 12, 2015
Benedikt S: This will be my first headset and before shelling out $270 for the S20, I wanted to see if I like using one for music and phone calls at all. If i do, I will probably move this to another helmet and upgrade (unless this proves to be all I need, which it may just do - after all, who wants to talk to 8 people at the same time when riding a motorcycle)Apr 12, 2015
Matt B: Good product and also includes FM radio feature. FM handy when riding around town, Bluetooth works great with iPhone and Pandora when touring.Nov 4, 2014
Stephen C: Many reasons. Mostly for the phone but also for music.Sep 4, 2014
S R: Price! Then the features & performance. Need a way to hear my phone & be able to talk. The FM radio is a plus & comes with the upgraded larger speakers. Revzilla had a better price than Amazon! & shipping should be faster.Jun 26, 2014
K M: I've been shopping around for a BT motorcycle communications device & this seems to be the best deal out there.May 29, 2014
jess b: good quality and fair price. I'll see how it works once installed..May 11, 2014
Carlos F: I needed something to play music and hear GPS instructions. Unfortunately, I found out GPS for cars don't have the kind of Bluetooth that transmits audio to BT headsets. Which is why I'm now using my Android mobile phone with offline GPS software as my GPS.May 7, 2014
robert p: its got all I need in a bluetooth...good sound for my musicMar 27, 2014
George P: Older unit does not work with new smart phoneMar 16, 2014
D E: After a lot of research into the various models, this one turned out as the best value for money!Feb 10, 2014
Jose V:I believe that it is. My helmet has an interesting cut and sena gives you the choice of mounting with a double sided tape to mount any where on your helmet or you can use the clamp and attach it on the left rim of the helmet. I called Revzilla and they tried it out out on my helmet first then called me back. I hope this helps. I love this product. Very easy to use and the sound quality is excellent up to 75 with open face helmet and more with closed helmet. Jan 29, 2014
Michael S:I would say if you are using a full face helmet or the full face wich opens like got I would go with mic that as no arm on it just. The round one that sticks on it works great even with the flip up full face the with the arm would work for open face helmet. Btu the way it's a great unit I love if long battery Jan 30, 2014
Benjamin Groves J:It seems pretty universal, tough to answer the question without knowing the exact helmet you're planning to put it on. I have it mounted on an open face 3/4 helmet and a full face helmet and both were easy to mount the Sena to.Feb 1, 2014
Patrick K:Yes . the one with the boom mic should fit and 3/4 or flip up those are the two I use .I'm sure that revzilla staff can help too- I think a different mic is used for full face - not sure on 1/2 helmetJan 29, 2014
W S:The SMH5-FM comes with a clamp style and adhesive mount which allows it to be fitted to any helmet. I currently have it mounted on a HJC and G-Force helmet - installation was very easy.Jan 30, 2014
ROBERT W:I have not played the radio continuously. However I have played the radio, & listened to iTunes on my phone (bluetooth), and had some intercom conversations with another rider for 6 hours without turning it off. Not sure how long the battery will last past that. So far I am happy with the Sena. I hope this helps you with your decision.
Dave B:I did a 4500 mile trip shortly after purchasing the SMH5-fm, so I had a good chance to test it. I had just replaced my helmet and left my original SMH10 on the old helmet. That was a choice that I somewhat regretted on my long trip. I can't answer the radio battery life question as I normally would use it for streaming audio from my iPhone. That battery life was typically 6-7 hours. My SMH-10 would routinely go 10-12 hours.
It'a a smaller unit, which is nice, however it comes at the expense of battery life. If I had to do it again, I would have bought another SMH10. Both units are outstanding, as long as you use them for their intended purpose.Jan 13, 2014
DIEGO ALEJANDRO J:Hi, Kenneth I used many times the Bluetooth overall with the other functions, like a phone calls, intercomunications with passanger, phone music and FM stations, the total of hours before shutdown is close to 8 hours.
I never used the Bluetooth only in the FM aplication.
Jeffrey L:I have the SMH5-FM. It is a great headset. Very clear and most folks don't even know I am on a motorcycle. As far as how many people you can link to, the number is 4. However you can only talk to one person at a time. So if you were out riding with three friends, all 4 of you could all pair before the ride. You could then connect to friend 1 and talk. Then if you wanted to talk to friend 2, you would terminate the intercom with friend 1 and start a conversation with friend 2, etc. Basically there is no conference calling. All 4 persons can not be talking at the same time. Hope that helps.May 7, 2014
A shopper asked:Hi everybody. Could I please get some feedback on how well this setup works for hearing blue tooth turn by turn GPS voice navigation thru the speakers?
I’m looking for a bluetooth set up for really long distance sport touring (450 + miles per day for 2 to 3 weeks straight). I have an iPhone 4S, a 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa, and a 2010 Shoei RF100 full face helmet. I usually ride solo and stay with in reasonable speed limits. I need a set up that will work with one of the following iPhone iOS7 GPS apps: Google Maps, Tom-Tom, or MapQuest. I plan on downloading maps onto my iPhone and using the blue tooth speakers to get voice turn by turn directions as I am notorious for getting lost the first time I go anywhere. The speaker quality & compatibility with iPhone 4S is super super important to me. I will probably stream music from my iPhone while on the open road but really need voice directions the most.