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Sena SMH5FM Bluetooth Headset Dual Pack - Boom Microphone
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.
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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Ken H: Already have an SMH10 and am impressing with the product. Have also owned 2 sets of Cardo intercoms and have had nothing but trouble with them and found their customer service severely lacking.Mar 4, 2014
Rick H: Like most people today, I read reviews on all of the comm systems, compared the prices against what I was willing to pay, and narrowed it down to two options. When I needed just a bit more into, I emailed Revzilla and they helped me make the final choice. Thanks Revzilla. Your customer service is excellent.Nov 10, 2013
Dustin A: To ride 2up with my wife and be able to communicate a lot easier. To take phone calls while riding. To listen to my ipod while driving To listen to the radio if none of the above is going on. ^_^Aug 13, 2013
Christopher R asked:I have a camera battery charger that plugs into the wall and that can then send the charge through a USB cable that plugs into the charger. The charger puts out 5V. Can I charge my Sena with that?Feb 20, 2014
Eric G:I have personally used similar cables to charge my SMH5. As long as the adapter fits into the actual charging plug on the headset, then it will work. Don't try to charge it by plugging a charging cable into the boom mic port though. The two ports are a different size so it's hard to confuse the two.Feb 21, 2014
Ernest B:Yes, you can use a wall or car USB charger. The Sena SMH5-FM user manual available on Sena's web site claims you can use nearly any charger. The information is on pages 10 and 11. Sena does not state a voltage requirement, but 5V is USB standard. I use a wall charger myself.Feb 22, 2014
Rita V:Christopher, Look at the number of amps on your charger. I use my cell phone charger for mine. It takes a bit longer to charge than hooking it up to my computer, but it is more convenient for me. My cell charger is only rated at 0.2 amps. Hope this helps!Feb 21, 2014
shawn g:yes you can use any USB type charger. You just need the correct cable to connect it. I have installed a USB charging port on my bike and you can even charge the unit while using it, send is one of the few units that can charge and use it at the same time.Feb 21, 2014
Robert W:The SMH5-FM has a seek function. That is you can seek to the next station the unit can pick up. If the signal is too weak it will skip that station. I suggest you go outside when seeking and programming stations. It is pretty easy to setup stations and I had mine setup in about 5 minutes. The only odd thing is since the unit does not have a station display it's hard to know what you have already set. Thus download and use the PC software as it will list all your programmed stations and the cool part is you can type in the station numbers you want. This makes it super easy to set stations! BobSep 16, 2013
1. Have it do an auto-scan and put stations in memory for you. (Very fast) 2. Manually go in and do it on the device itself. (slow) 3. Connect the device to your computer via USB and program in the stations that via the program. (fast)
I went with option 3. Fast and and got the stations I want in there.Sep 17, 2013
Eric G:Programming channels for your local area is pretty easy. There is a scan function that I use on longer rides when I'm in a new area. I had a chatterbox before the Sena and there is no comparison. The Sena is extremely user friendly. It may take a little muscle memory at first to learn some of the basic functions, but it's pretty smooth after that.Sep 16, 2013
Ernest B:It is not terribly easy to program due the the unit having only two control buttons, but with practice you will be able to do it. I carry the short instruction booklet with me. And yes, it does have a scanning feature. A synthesized voice announces each frequency so scanning is very slow. I do like it despite somewhat balky programming.Sep 18, 2013
Jacques M:They say that it 's compatible with the SMH-10, but different features. I just love my SMH5-FM units, they're perfect, I would not change! If you want a sound system then, stay home in your living room! Easy to set up, and they stay charged longer that they say.
I strongly recommend the SMH5-FM and what a service at RevZilla!
David G:I don't know. I asked the same question when i bought my FM5. I was told that the 10 would not fit on my FM5 helmet kit if i upgrade in the future, so they are not physically interchangeable. I would hope that the 5 and 10 would communicate, but i have not tried.Oct 4, 2013