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Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic
  • Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic

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Sena SMH5FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired 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.


  • Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Bluetooth intercom up to 700 meters (760yds) in open terrain
  • Multi-pair Bluetooth intercom
  • Voice prompts
  • 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
  • Includes SMH5 Upgraded Speakers With Locking-Type Connector
  • Water resistant for use in inclement weather
  • Crystal clear and natural sound quality
  • Up to 8 hours talk time, 7 days stand-by time
  • Can be used while charging on road trips
  • Individual volume control for each audio source
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Peace of mind - thanks to the two-year warranty

General Specifications:

  • Talk time: 8 hours
  • Stand-by time: 7 days
  • Working distance (Intercom): Up to 700 meters (760 yards) in open terrain
  • Operating temperature: -10°C ~ 55°C (14°F ~ 131°F)
  • Headset: 69.9 mm × 45.0 mm × 30.6 mm (2.8 in × 1.8 in × 1.2 in)
  • Clamp unit: 49.2 mm x 38.9 mm x 22.1 mm (1.9 in × 1.5 in × 0.9 in)
  • Headset Weight: 40g (1.42 oz)
  • Clamp Unit Weight: 37g (1.31 oz)
  • Battery Charging time: 2.5 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium polymer battery

Audio Specifications:

  • Advanced Noise Control: Improved wind and engine noise reduction
  • Sidetone: Now you can hear yourself talk similar to a Goldwing or Harley Davidson intercom
  • Built-in SBC Codec
  • Noise cancellation
  • Wind noise reduction
  • Wide volume control
  • Sample rate: 48kHz (DAC)

Bluetooth Specifications:

  • Profiles: Headset Profile, Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • CE, FCC and IC Certificates

Please Note: Some of the above features require updating to the latest firmware version. The firmware is a free download from Sena Technologies.



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Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - Wired Mic 4.6 5 44 44
Loved the SMH5, the SMH5-FM is even better I own the Sena SMH5; SMH10; and now the SMH5-FM. The Sena SMH5, that I've had for a couple of years, has worked flawlessly. Battery power was never a problem (never ran out of juice, despite some 7 hour riding days). Sound (with the larger speakers) was very good (not quite Klipsch quality, but very good), and, once you got used to the controls, very easy to manipulate. It's been through rainstorms, gotten knocked around, and is often switched between helmets. No issues. The SMH5-FM is *everything* the SMH5 is, but the addition of FM is fabulous. You wouldn't think the reception would be so good with no visible antenna, in such a small device. It's as good as I get in my cage... If I ever want to v-log, I might consider the 20S and Prism, or 10C, but the SMH5-FM does everything I want right now, and does it very well... March 23, 2015
Great product Simple to use easy to install overall a great product March 16, 2015
Great for couples that ride together! I'll just write everything in bullets -Great range: It advertises 700m (if there's no obstacles). I've found that on a straight road in the city I can clearly talk to my girlfriend though the intercom from ~1-2 blocks away, while on the highway she can be but a speck in the distance and we can still hold a conversation (albeit with static) -Great Battery Life: I commute to and from work with the music playing form my bluetooth and I would typically charge it after 4-5 hours of commuting. -Clear Voice over Phone and Intercom: The updated firmware cut out almost all of the wind noise. -Durable: I've used it though long 100+ degree rides, rain, and have knocked it into walls numerous times. Nothing but a few scratches -Easy to use: with just two buttons it's pretty easy to use the main functions of answering calls and changing music. Scrolling though stations on the radio is a hassle, but all of the other functions are pretty straight forward. I mainly bought the FM version due to the longer intercom range. February 17, 2015
SMH5 Good Product THE GOOD: At highway speeds WITH earplugs in, the FM radio can be heard clearly although it's not very loud at maximum volume. Without earplugs, maximum volume is a bit too loud and you will need to turn it down so you can be aware of your surroundings. Telephone sound quality is better than expected and clearly audible at highway speeds. Also, I am told that the sound of my voice on the other end is extremely clear at all speeds. The buttons are big and easy to manipulate with thin/summer gloves. Installation is straight forward and extra spacers are provided for helmets that have speaker recesses. This is to bring the speakers closer to your ear. THE BAD The mounting bracket did not fit on my helmet so I needed to use the adhesive mounting plate, and because of the shape, I had to put it farther back on the helmet than I wanted in order for it to fit flush. The radio reception is not as strong as a car stereo but acceptable for the size of the unit. It's complicated to use all the features because you are controlling several features with just two buttons. You will have to keep the instruction manual handy until you memorize all the different controls. Not so easy to control when wearing thick winter gloves. Summary: Overall this is a good product, especially considering the price. It's nice not to be isolated while riding and to be able to handle work and personal calls while on the road. The radio feature is really nice to have for when traffic gets heavy. The Bluetooth connection is strong whether you keep your phone in a handlebar mount or deep inside your saddlebags or backpack. Not sure how this compares to other units, but it's good enough that I'm not interested in trying any others. I'm going to get the speaker/mic kits for all my helmets and take this unit with me whenever I ride. November 25, 2014
Took A Spill... ...and the headset kept working. Went down and hit my helmet on the pavement, and I can see the mark on the jogwheel where the Sena impacted as well. No issues a week later, so I'll give it a thumb's up for durability. Operation is pretty simple. I use it mainly for music, and bluetooth pairing w the iPhone 5s is a no-brainer. It's easy to switch to FM mode which is a big feature for me. I took a picture of the instructions so if I'm on the road and forget a function I can look at the image on my phone. October 16, 2014
Why did I wait to do this?! It's nice to be able to take a call on the bike. It's even better when the equipment you use to do it operates beyond your expectations. Call clarity is great. I wear very good fitting ear plugs, as every rider should, and it helps to tune out the din of traffic and wind. The first time I used it, I had to turn the volume down. This isn't for cranking Van Halen, it's for communication and in that respect it works flawlessly. You only need to remember a couple of different button presses to run the whole show. I like that while you're on a call and you want to take your helmet off to talk on the phone, you can transfer with a button press. To go back, you have to re-connect with your phone, though. Not a problem. The FM Radio section is nice. Sound quality for music is light on bass but still nice and clear. You can plug into a PC and program stations (up to ten), and set other options. If you're far from home and you want to listen to local stations, just hit a button and it scans the channels to set up a temporary station list. You're original list is still intact. If you'd like to be able to take or make a call on the bike, it is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up. October 13, 2014
Solid product for Bluetooth and FM radio I was hunting around for a Bluetooth headset with FM radio built in and took a shot at this one. This is my 1st headset. Man was I pleasantly surprised! Easy to use once you memorize the button combos (which aren't hard). FM radio is clear. Call quality is also good. I was told that it "just sounds like you're in a car" at 70 mph. Being able to use Siri through my helmet is also nice- having texts read to me and actually being able to reply when I'm on the bike, firing up voice-guided navigation. It's real handy. I installed this unit in an AVG Evo Naked helmet. It took around 30 mins to get everything where I wanted it in the helmet. I didn't have to cut any padding or permanently modify any part of my helmet to get it in- always a plus. October 13, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Boris C: Reasonable price for basic Bluetooth device. Looking to listen music during a long trip or whenever. This product also have very high recommendations from other buyers. Mar 18, 2015
Terry H: Looking for FM radio without wires. Have the SENA SMH10 units already but wanted to add FM. Even though this is s "5" unit and doesn't have some things the 10 has, I found the newer technology ( over my 2 year old 10's ) had improved the volume and sound quality quite a bit. So much so that I don't use the 10 for my helmet even though the new BMW has FM bluetooth built in. Battery life is a bit less than the 10, about 8 hours continuous riding at most. Jan 9, 2015
A L: good reviews Dec 14, 2014
Seth H: Seemed like good value for what I was looking for -- nothing too fancy, just a bluetooth device for taking phone calls and listening to music Dec 12, 2014
Gary P: requested christmas gift Nov 14, 2014
Derek M: To be able to answer phone calls and listen to the radio on my daily commute. Nov 13, 2014
Matt B: Very good wiring connection from speakers to radio. Positive locking connector able to handle frequent disconnects. Also separate charging port does not wear out the speaker connection doing double duty (unlike Midland BT2) Nov 4, 2014
S P: I bought this because of the reviews confirming that it would operate perfectly, as advertised. Sep 20, 2014
Bradley C: Jog Dial. It's the way to go! Aug 5, 2014
J O: FM Radio Transmitter Jul 19, 2014
Allen E: FM radio for full face helmets Jul 16, 2014
Dennis D: Need to listen to my GPS and preferred the SMH5-FM over the Sena SMH10 only the clip holding the unit remains on helmet. If the helmet drops with the SMH10 on it, probably will break the mic & pin clip. Jun 30, 2014
Brian V: SyMax II helmet, and this is stylish and will work well with the modular system of the helmet Jun 29, 2014
Michaell G: My son purchased one and it worked great. May 30, 2014
Ted D: Low cost entry level Bluetooth system May 20, 2014
Brian M: The feature set of having both FM tuner and bluetooth stereo May 13, 2014
Gadi B: Positive reviews from WebBikeWorld and Revzilla. Wanted the Sena 10 but FM radio is a plus. May 12, 2014
Anne V: For my boyfriend's birthday May 7, 2014
Carlos F: This was a mistake. I should have gotten the boom mic version. I also attempted to use two Sena's so I could hear my automotive GPS. I never tried it and I plan to sell this version on eBay. May 7, 2014
David W: Motorcycle Helmet. No music. No phone. Sena 5. Motorcycle Helmet. Music. Phone. Mar 12, 2014
Jin P: small, versatile, affordable, recommended by Anthony in video reviews, easy to use with gloves on Feb 10, 2014
Teri L: I bought this because it was inexpensive, very compact, seemed geared more for a solo rider over a group or passenger, and had many of the features the larger more expensive units (namely the FM). With Sena's firmware upgrade, the ability to have stored phone numbers has made calling a breeze. Jan 20, 2014
Manuel P: FM tuner and Bluetooth. I am a commuter that rides everyday regardless of the weather. Jan 7, 2014
F I: Great reviews from trusted friends. Dec 18, 2013
David M: Good Reviews, good feedback from questions by Revzilla. Really love the SMH5, clear sound from Iphone, no distortion or interference like i had wilth previous bluetooth devices . Nov 27, 2013
Frank M: Because the brand, reviews, price and the FM option Nov 19, 2013
Lee S: Need comms w/ passenger. Co worker loves his Sena Nov 4, 2013
Kurt W: Works with iphone and Droid S4. S4 needs the password protect off to use voice dial (at least mine did). Excellent functionality for the price. In an Arai helmet I made calls and no one knew I was on a bike at the time. Oct 19, 2013
Keith J: FM radio/bluetooth for helmet at a low price (especially with Revzilla cash accumulated) Oct 2, 2013
Danny L: It seem have good review. Sep 10, 2013
A shopper asked: How water resistant is the device? Can I use it while raining without any problem? Sep 2, 2014
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Teri L: I had mine on when I rode through several massive downpours back East that were enough to completely drench the rest of my gear. I just made sure the top USB cover was closed. No problems encountered and no interruptions in music or communications. Sep 2, 2014
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Robert L: I have been caught in the rain a couple of times and headset still works fine. If I got caught in a hard rain I would pop it off the mount and put it in a dry place to be safe. Sep 2, 2014
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Andrew E: I have used this device a couple of time in the rain and have not had a problem with it. It still works the same as the day I bought it. Sep 2, 2014
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David M: Hi! Been using mine in some really heavy downpours here on Oahu for almost 2 years with no problems at all. Sep 2, 2014
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David M: I don't know. I haven't used it in the rain! Otherwise, it's been good. Sep 2, 2014
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Artem K: Using it for two seasons, while raining as well, working fine Sep 3, 2014
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Sam S: I've ridden in the rain with it many times without issue. Sep 2, 2014
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Jeffrey H: Yes, no problem so far. Sep 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have an afx fx50 helmet. Will I be able to use the sena smh-5? Apr 14, 2014
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Michael L: I don't believe this will work for your helmet as the mic is wired, so it needs somewhere to be mounted with double sided tape. I believe your helmet is open faced, which means there is nowhere to mount the mic. I believe they make a boom mic version, I would recommend going with that one instead. Apr 14, 2014
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Josh M: I dont see why not. It has two helmet attachments. 1. goes between cheek pad and outside of helmet and is uses screws to hold it in place 2nd attachment uses double sided tape to place it where ever you want it. Apr 14, 2014
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John K: Mine is mounted in an Arai Riding with others is transformed into a much more enjoyable experience by the ability to communicate. Apr 15, 2014
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James O: Yes as long as you get the boom mic and you have a flat piece to clamp the Sena to on the helmet. Apr 14, 2014
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Edwin B: You need the one with the boom mic to work with our helmet. Apr 14, 2014
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Chen S asked: Hi

I have open face and full face helmet.

Can I change to boom mic kit for this product?
Sep 25, 2014
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Leon N: You can install the wired mic set into your full face helmet and order the replacement Sena SMH5/SPH10H-FM boom microphone kit for your open helmet. Sep 30, 2014
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Bob L: Yes you can change to the boom mic if you order the boom mic kit for open face helmet I use mine on two different helmets. Sep 25, 2014
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John F: Sorry. Don't know the answer to that. Just use a sticky mic inside my full face helet. Sep 25, 2014
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Chen S: Hi John

I knew this model have different mics (wired and boom mic) for different type helmet(open face or full face).

I saw RevZilla have sell the mic kit (wired and boom mic)also,
just wondering i can change to different mic type or not. Sep 25, 2014
Brian K: Indeed you can. Oct 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have in ear custom earbuds with a simple headphone jack. can they be used with any type of bluetooth device? Nov 25, 2013
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Doug S: As far as the SMH5-FM is concerned, I'm pretty sure that your ear buds with the standard jack will not work with it. The connector for the ear buds is completely different. For it to work with your ear buds you would have to wire your ear buds to the existing speaker wires that come with the device. One connector runs the devices microphone and their ear buds. I can tell you though that I have no problem hearing or communicating with my rider with their mic and speakers. I don't even notice the ear buds in my helmet. Nov 26, 2013
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"" ": I'm not sure I think so but it's a good product and I would recommend them to anyone and when you talking to someone it's clear answer your calls play music and listen to the radio as well nice peace Dec 16, 2013
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"" ": I'm not sure I think so but it's a good product and I would recommend them to anyone and when you talking to someone it's clear answer your calls play music and listen to the radio as well nice peace Dec 15, 2013
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BRIAN P: Nope, this uses a mini USB type plug for the head phones. Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this product fit in a Scorpion Exo 700 helmet w/o major modifications? Oct 30, 2013
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Dan O: It certainly should. It went onto my EXO-1100 easily, just took a few minutes and hand tools... No modification required. Oct 31, 2013
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Yeo K: Hi there,
I bought this product this May and I use it on my Arai helemt, thereafter transfer to my new shoei helmet, both not necessary to modify to fit as the "clamp" for the headset is universal, only concern is to find a good spot to mount the clamp so as to prevent any wearing on the helmet pads.

I never use Scorpion helmet before and hope my experience can give you some pointer on this product.

One thing for sure is to check if there is any gap between your helmet shell & the cheek pads so that the clamp for the headset can slot in, elase you will need to use the double side tape to mount the headset holder on the helmet (both supplied with the set, but factory recommended to use the clamp).

Cheers, ride safe.

Oct 30, 2013
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Allan K: I installed it in an exo 900 very easily. It's not stated whether the 700 has space for the speakers. Check that out. If it does then it is safe to assume that it is designed to accommodate a headset. Good luck! Oct 31, 2013
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Sam S: I use mine in an EXO-750 without major problems. The speakers sometimes fold my ears over when I put the helmet on, so I have to stick a finger up there and fix it. Not a big deal to me. Apr 25, 2014
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A S asked: Hello,
Is it possible for a rider and passenger to listen to music (multi-sharing) from one device, i.e., Pandora running on the riders iPhone?
Nov 18, 2014
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Barry P: Yes, it *is* possible. I've done it on my SMH5, and my SMH10. You can have one music source, and as long as the two Senas are paired, your pillion (or another rider, if close enough) can listen to the same music you are. Mar 23, 2015
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Phillip L: No, not with this model. This resource sharing is available in the higher models like the SMH20. Nov 18, 2014
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MARIOS R: sorry, i have not tried it so i cannot answer your question

Nov 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a HJC max bluetooth ready helmet, will this device fit?
before i order the product it comes with speakers and charger?
and has fm stations?
Apr 23, 2014
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Teri L: I'm not sure if it will fit into the recess on the helmet, you may need to use the tape or clamp instead.

The unit comes with a USB power/data cable though I cannot remember if it came with the wall plug for the cable (any USB wall plug works).

Speakers are included and this unit (SMH5-FM) does have an FM Tuner so you can seek and program stations from the unit itself or preprogram them using the device manager available as a download from Sena.
Apr 25, 2014
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Sam S: I can't say for sure about the helmet, but yes it comes with speakers which just stick to the fabric helmet liner like velcro. It charges with a standard micro USB cable, the same as every non-iPhone cell phone. Yes it receives FM radio stations just fine, I set the presets using the computer software rather than the special combo of button presses to do it with the headset. Apr 25, 2014
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Steve M: I do not know if this will sync with your bluetooth ready helmet but it does come with speakers and FM stations. Apr 25, 2014
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A S asked: What exactly are the voice prompts? How good is the FM radio on this? What are the dimensions of the speaker themselves? (Radius/Diameter) Jan 12, 2015
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Andrew E: The speaks are between 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter. I put mine behind the liner where the ear openings are in the padding of my helmet and I don't even know they are there. The speaker sound great but they don't have a lot of bass but over all they sound great. The FM radio works really good I even get radio reception in tunnels where my car will lose the signal. The voice commands work but it depends on what phone you have. I have an iPhone so they are standard Siri voice commands like you would use with any hands free device. Jan 13, 2015
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A S: Thank you for your help Jan 14, 2015
Andrew L: The voice prompts are what station you are on. I haven't really heard any other prompts than that. On, off,and low battery are beeps. If it's synced with the iPhone siri will chime in when you use her. The radio works great. It's difficult to program, particularly when riding. It's best if you plug it in the computer and program it that way. The speakers themselves are 40mm. They attach very nicely with Velcro to my helmet's inside. They don't move. Never gave an issue. Hope this helps. Jan 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: Just got the SMH5-FM unit and mounted it to my Bell Vortex. Fits like a glove, and the sound is great. However, I'm having trouble with the voice commands. How does the unit distinguish between voice commands for itself, and activating Siri if you're connected to your iPhone? I want to speed dial one of the three numbers, but it just activates Siri. Dec 27, 2014
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Edwin B: If you double tap the phone button it should say speed dial and then you just turn the jog until you get the one you want. I find it easier to use Siri to call someone and even send a text message. Dec 28, 2014
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Jean-Claude D: You need to deactivate Siri. Dec 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello,
Can my passenger listen to the same music I am listening to from Pandora on my iPhone? (Multi-music sharing)
Nov 18, 2014
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D J: While I haven't tried that directly (I have successfully shared MP3 sourced music) I'm sure it will work. Technically, think if it this way; it's not sharing music specifically, but whatever you are listening to over the A2DP channel. Nov 18, 2014
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" ": Sorry I don't know but that is a good question I really do like this product the FM radioand other features it has Nov 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: How does this unit deal with using two different processes at once? If I am listening to music and I get a phone call? Thanks! Oct 25, 2014
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Leon N: You will hear a tone as well as a break in the music. This will be repeated every second until you answer, by pressing the large knob, or until the call gets forwarded to your voicemail. Note, that if your music is load, and your phone volume has been set low, you might not hear the tone, but only the break in music. Oct 25, 2014
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wes s: The sena SMH5-FM works great! If you are listing to music and you receive a phone call, the music will stop and you will hear a ring tone... you have the option of answering or ignoring the call. After you have completed or ignored the call music will resume from where you last left off. Oct 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking into buying it or the smh10. My question is does it have a headphone jack to plug in old I pods or mp3s with no bluetooth? The smh10 does but I like the smh5 because it is smaller. Apr 9, 2014
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Jeff H: The SMH5-FM does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack. I think what you are talking about will not work on the SMH10 either as the jack will be an output. You are looking for an input, so you will want to make sure that the SMH10 has a 3.5 mm input.

I bought the 5 for two reasons:

1. The upgraded the speakers in 2014
2. The FM tune

After using it a few times given the choice between a smaller and larger unit I would go with the larger one.

With that said I still like the unit.
Apr 10, 2014
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Christopher P: There's no standard headphone jack on the SMH5. Apr 9, 2014
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Chris R asked: How many riders can pair to this system? Feb 28, 2015
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Jose A: Six Mar 1, 2015
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A shopper asked: anyone knows which would have better speakers in regards to clarity and listening to music? The SMH-10 or the SMH-5? Nov 13, 2014
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Edwin B: I have the SMH5-FM and listen to the built in radio on my commute and it is loud enough to hear wearing earplugs, doing 80mph, on a noisy Ninja 250. Nov 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Has anyone successfully installed the Sena SMH-5 with a wired mic(not the boom mic) on an open face 3/4 style helmet such as a Bell 500? Sep 7, 2014
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Phillip T: nope Sep 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Has anyone successfully installed the Sena SMH5 with a wired mic(not the boom mic) on an open face 3/4 helmet such as a Bell 500? Sep 7, 2014
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John K: No. But, it's a great product that really enhances the riding experience. Sep 7, 2014
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Jim R asked: Will this fit into the Arai XD4 helmet w/o modifications? Aug 31, 2014
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John K: Should be no problem. Sep 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this equipment compatible with the fly trekker dualsport helmet? Nov 16, 2013
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Robert H: Yes, it works will with the Trekker. Mar 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does Arai Corsair V helmet compatible with these speakers? May 4, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes. It is compatible. It has pockets large enough to fit the speakers and you can clamp the system to the side of the helmet. May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: will the smh-5 pair with the smh-10 series Dec 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The SMH-5 will pair with the SMH-10 but keep in mind that the range/functionality will be limited by the less powerful device, which in this case is the SMH-5. Currently, all Sena products will work with other Sena products. Similarly, Cardo units will work with other Cardo units and so on. Each brand will work with other devices within their product line unless specifically noted otherwise. Additionally, you cannot mix and match different brands as they will not communicate with each other via the inter-comm function. Dec 28, 2012
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Chris R: It says that it is multi brand compatible in the description. Feb 28, 2015
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Wired Microphone 858816 SMH5FM02/SMH5-FM-02/8809277260726 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours