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Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets
  • Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets
  • Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets
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Sena SPH10H-01 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Intercom For Half Helmets

The SPH10H is a Bluetooth Headset & Intercom designed for Half Helmets. By simply attaching the SPH10H to your half helmet, you can call handsfree on your Bluetooth mobile phone and listen to stereo music by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with other users.

Thanks to the latest Bluetooth v3.0 and the advanced digital processing technology, the SPH10H 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 SPH10H a perfect companion for motorcycle riders.


  • Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to another brands of Bluetooth headsets
  • Advanced Noise Control: Improved wind and engine noise reduction
  • Sidetone: Now you can hear yourself talk similar to a Goldwing or Harley Davidson intercom
  • Bluetooth Specification v3.0
  • Bluetooth intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
  • 4-Way Conference Intercom
  • Multipoint for Mobile Phone+GPS
  • Voice Prompts
  • Bluetooth stereo headset for Bluetooth audio devices such as MP3 players
  • Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile): play, pause, track forward and track back
  • Crystal clear and natural sound quality
  • Simple ear pad design for quick installation to half helmets
  • Compatible with shorty helmets in the market
  • Easy Headset Controls by versatile Jog Dial
  • Bluetooth handsfree for Bluetooth mobile phones
  • Water resistant for use in inclement weather
  • 10 hours talk time, 7 days stand-by time
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Peace of Mind - thanks to the 2-year warranty


  • Talk time: 10 hours
  • Standby time: 7 days
  • Intercom working distance:  up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
  • Operating temperature: -10°C ~ 55°C
  • Dimensions: 565 mm x 161 mm x 49 mm (22.2 in x 6.3 in x 1.9 in)
  • Weight: 116 g (4.10 oz)
  • Profiles: Headset Profile, Hand-Free Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • Built-in SBC Codec
    • noise cancellation
    • wind noise reduction
    • wide volume control
    • sample rate: 48kHz (DAC)
  • Auxiliary audio-in connection via 2.5mm jack
  • Charging time: 2.5 hours
  • Type: Lithium polymer battery

Package Contents:

  • Snapfit earpad with Built-in Bluetooth
  • Stereo Audio Cable
  • USB Power Cable

Note: Helmet sold separately.

Please Note:  Some of the above features require updating the firmware to the latest v5.0. The firmware is a free download from Sena Technologies.



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Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets 4.3 5 25 25
This product has some flaws but only intercom for Half Helmets I could find for the Price. I purchased two the the Sena SPH10H intercoms, one for me and one for the wife. The Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom for half helmets is pretty easy to install into the helmet, you have to use this tab insertion tool cover the velcro while inserting it into the outer shell, although the speakers don't seem to fit well into the chin strap v's on the sides of our helmets, a very tight fit, hard to turn the "jog Dial", cannot see the status LED which shows they are on without lifting up the chin strap. To connect them together by bluetooth was simple and hooking up our phones was just as simple. I took them for a test, and the wind kept turning on the intercom which can be turned off in the instructions, but was aggravating. The sound was very clear and had plenty of volume, I made a phone call through the device which took some practice trying to figure that out. I played songs from my phone and that was not bad, had plenty of volume, needs some BASS, way too much TREBLE. Thats about it, only had time to take it out and try it one time. I think it will work good enough to talk back and forth between bikes to the wife, and make and answer phone calls. November 24, 2014
It works well The wife and used them for bike to bike communication. A Little bit of road noise but when talking no problems battery will last a couple of days if you use it for talking only and still up to 12 hours if you want to listen to music. The phone communication was ok but nice to be able to call someone if needed. The range for bike to bike communication was perfect like it say few. Hundred yards no problem. September 29, 2014
Outstanding headset I got the Sena SPH10H head set like 4 other guys in my club and love it. It makes the long rides so much more fun. August 26, 2014
Much better than anticipated It's hard to buy products when there are both negative and positive reviews. I was skeptical when buying a set of these intercoms, but my fears were laid to rest! I love them! I make phone calls, send texts, use my GPS all through my iphone Bluetooth with this headset. Excellent intercom interaction with my wife. I do not have a stereo equipped bike and I play music from my iphone through the headset. I am extremely satisfied. It does lack bass for music, but it still sounds decent for such small speakers. Plenty of volume, I can hear clearly over the roar of my engine. August 25, 2014
Good sound at highway speeds Fit gets some getting used to. It had great sound at highway speeds. The battery life was good for the whole trip (charged daily). My wife found them uncomfortable and hot (we live in the deep south). I am more tolerant and felt they fit great. They did what they were supposed to do. August 19, 2014
Love this! My husband and I bought the Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets after receiving great reviews about them from others in our HOG chapter that own them. We were looking for a good communication device to use for an upcoming trip and decided to go with the Sena. This was my first long trip while riding my own bike (2700 miles!), so we wanted to make sure and get something good and dependable. It easily installed into our helmets - I wear a Bell Pit Boss and my husband wears a HCI (Vietnam Veterans). Even wearing half-helmets and with wind in the background, we were still able to hear each other. I did have to talk a little slower and at times I had to cover my mouthpiece with my left hand if it was really windy so my husband could hear me better, but that wasn't a problem at all. I also really liked being able to listen to music, especially during some of the long stretches of road. The Sena has many features that we are still learning about. As this is the first communication device that we've purchased, I can't compare it to any other brands but I can say that we really like it. It does what we need it to do and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great intercom system for their helmets. August 4, 2014
Excellent Product!!!! I'll admit I was skeptical. Last rider to rider intercom I used with a half helmet was a very popular name brand and while it worked great at low speeds, anything over 40mph required cupping your left hand in front of the (already wind guarded) microphone for your conversation to be anything more than a distorted and garbled jumble of half words. Not so the Sena. Works VERY well right out of the box and conversations are clear all the way up to 65mph. I've found that it's better to wear earplugs, which I always do anyway, and it actually makes the headsets easier to hear. The speakers are small and consequently the sound reproduction is thin or tinny but the earplugs block the annoying high frequencies which allows you to turn the volume up and hold clear conversations. My primary reason for buying these was that my girlfriend is relatively new to riding and I wanted her to be able to ride in front of me so I could keep an eye on her as she improves her riding skills and offer tips, warnings etc. without the use of flashing headlights or handsignals. The Sena works perfectly and is without question, money well spent....that is of course until she uses the intercom to ask me "What are you thinking?"..but, the intercom does have a glove friendly, easily accessible off switch!! Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this headset. July 21, 2014
Powerful and surprisingly good headset I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical when I came across the Sena SPH-10H headsets - I had some serious concerns about whether a half-helmet communication system would be able to actually be used above 40 mph...but, the Sena's deliver and deliver very well. I purchased two sets, one for my wife and one for me, to use during our rides and they worked flawlessly at low speeds and even at highway speeds (around 70-75 mph). Speech clarity is very good at all speeds, and while the bluetooth audio lacks any serious "punch" (It's been likened to a transistor radio because it lacks any real bass response), it's still a very usable and desirable feature. Having the ability to pair these units with my iPhone is very handy and expands the range of travel options available to me - GPS, music, calling. I was able to make/take a phone call on the road without any difficulty and the caller had absolutely no trouble hearing me. The intercom usability range seems adequate for our riding needs (she typically rides "line of sight") and we experienced no audio dropout. To give you a sense if these will work with your set up, both my wife and I ride Harleys, her's a 1200 sportster with a windshield and slip-on Screaming Eagles, mine a Road King Classic with Vance & Hines duals and a touring windshield. Like I said, no problems with audio quality or the units themselves. One tip - if you are using these at highway speeds, they seem to work better if you wear some sort of earplugs to help quiet the wind noise. While I was able to still hear without earplugs at highway speeds, I did notice it took way more volume to overcome the outside noise. All in all I am very happy with this purchase and look forward to using them extensively in the coming months. June 29, 2014
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Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ken K: Needed a high quality intercom with blu tooth for rides with my wife. This was it. Nov 17, 2014
charles j: wanted a good bt to go with my shorty helmets Nov 17, 2014
Perry N: Because I need an intercom system for 2 half helmets, for my wife and I. Oct 26, 2014
Max L: So I could listen to my wife while she rides on the back Jul 22, 2014
Lance R: None of the other Sena's seem to fit my half helmet (I have both years "most recent" on other helmets). Nothing beats being able to ride and answer phone calls or hear my GPS at the same time! Jun 18, 2014
darlene z: my friend has a set I was very impressed with it when she let me borrow it. Jun 7, 2014
Jeff B: Nice units, great reviews, better priced then Scala. They work great, I am not disappointed with the sena units. May 17, 2014
Carroll P: Use while riding Apr 25, 2014
Donald B: The best solution for my wife's helmet Apr 11, 2014
Robert C: For my passenger Feb 26, 2014
A shopper asked: I'm worried about the sound quality at cruising speeds. Is there an option to use my own earbuds if I don't find the speakers loud enough? Jun 15, 2014
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John C: We had trouble with the standard set of speakers at cruising speed, but purchased the upgraded speakers and they work great. Not sure about the use of earbuds. We dismissed using them ourselves as we do want to catch certain relevant noise or sounds (honking horns, screeching tires, emergency vehicles). Jun 17, 2014
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BILLY E: I have had mine for a year. I ride a v star 1300 touring. I have had no problem hearing or being understood cruising or highway(which is usually when I'm using it). Answering your question, no there is no plug other than the charging plug. I love mine. I also use it for music through my phone. Jun 17, 2014
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Robert C: Speakers are great , no issue with sound quality no other option available or needed Jun 20, 2014
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Gary C: None that I know of. There's no port to plug an external headset to Jun 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this unit work with a "shorty" helmet too? Jun 26, 2012
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Pegasuss: I found that the this unit is best used on a narrow strap (beenie style) helmet. It is the only way to get the unit controls within easy reach. A foam type chin strap or wide chin strap will not work well with this unit. You may have to improvise a fitment to your helmet to suit your needs. The attachment tab is to short and to small to keep the unit in the helmet. Most people pull their straps out first when putting in the helmet to place the ear pieces over the ears. That is if your helmet fits properly. When you do this it pulls the tab out of the helmet. Dec 31, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets should be compatible with a Shorty helmet. However, because that helmet does not have a V shaped chin strap, it might not be the best option. For that reason, we would recommend you to look at the Cardo Scala Rider Q2 Pro, or the Sena SMH5. Jun 26, 2012
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garyC: only if it has a Y strap and you can put something between the liner and the shell Apr 3, 2013
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mandoscar: My wife and I have the half helmets and it works great. Oct 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: i looking at purchasing a Sena SPH10H to be able to talk with my wife on the back of my Goldwing, is there a way to run my goldwing audio thru the headset also ?? Dec 14, 2014
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Kelly B: It May Be possible. The headset has a mini jack to connect to a player source. So if you can adapt an output cord or if it streams Bluetooth then you're good to go. Dec 15, 2014
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Bill A: I use bluetooth between my SPH10H and my iPhone to listen to iTunes music. But I believe there also is a 3 or 5mm jack that can be used to hard wire them together. Dec 15, 2014
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Michael M: if you can Bluetooth your radio you can I have mine paired and Bluetooth through my phone to listen to music and GPS signals hope this helps Dec 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do you have to press anything on the headset to talk to each other or is it voice activated? Does it interrupt your music when someone talks to you and go back to music when chat is done? Apr 24, 2014
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Kelly B: I have only used the music portion a couple of times, and not with my wife with me. Another thing, you cannot pair two headsets to the same iPod to listen music together, and it doesn't stream it between them. With that said, once you have the headsets on and paired, it's like talking on the phone. Occasionally the mic will shut off and you will have to say things twice if it's been a while since you have spoken. If for some reason a unit shuts off, it's easy to get back on. They are pretty good units. These are the first I have ever owned. IMOP, too expensive but they are the only ones on the market like this. I haven't used them as much as I had hoped, as the weather and my work here in Germany has kept me from riding. We are going stateside soon, and time will tell. Apr 25, 2014
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BILLY E: Yes, you do press a button to talk to each other. For phone calls, it goes back to the music after call has ended. Jun 17, 2014
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Danny A: You can activate the intercom by speaking very loudly or by blowong on the microphone. It will interrupt your music until the intercom is turned off. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this a dual set? As in are there two units? Or is it just a single unit. Apr 3, 2014
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David R: It's a single unit. You can link up to four of them together, but they are sold individually. Apr 3, 2014
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Paul G: Mine is a single unit. You would have to buy a pair to have two??? Apr 3, 2014
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GARY S: It's a single unit , for ONE half helmet.
Apr 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this unit pair with the Sena SMH5 unit? Feb 21, 2014
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Andrew S: Yes It Will Pair With Any Sena Headset. Different Headsets Have Different Features, So Some Features May Not Work Between Different Types, But Common Features Always work. You Will Always Be Able To Pair With Another Bluetooth Headset.You Will Always Be Able To Pair With Your Phone And Call Another Rider Out Of Bluetooth Range. The Bluetooth Seems To Get Sketchy Around 400-500 Yards With My SPH10H.
Feb 21, 2014
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Richard H: I have never tried. But I love my SPH10H sets. Have paired with the Sena SR10 for CB (in addition to the intercom betweeen helments) and it works great. Have also let a friend on another bike use one of my helmets and we could communicate up to about 50 yards apart. Feb 24, 2014
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Jeff B: I believe all Sena products pair to each other, I have even managed to get it to pair with a older Garmin Nuvi 765T for turn by turn via A2DP Feb 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I own a Sena SPH10R which I use on my full face helmet. I'd like to purchase the SPH10H to use in my half helmet and talk with my partner using the SPH10R in the full face helmet. Question is; can the SPH10H be paired to the SPH10R and communicate via intercom? Sep 27, 2013
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Charles B: I really like my bluetooth i got for my helmet,except that the earpad seperated from the plastic piece that goes into the liner of the helmet.other than that i don,t know if they will match up, i would say contact the factory and ask them. Sep 28, 2013
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William B: Yes they can be paired and use the intercom. I have both and they work great (some wind noise from the half helmet). Sep 27, 2013
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Paul G: Yes Sep 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: I ware a 1/2 shell helmet my wife wares a 3/4 helmet will the SPH10H fit both or will I need two different units. Apr 2, 2012
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Pegasuss: The unit will not work well with the 3/4 helmet the best solution for this is to order the headphone piece that fits the 3/4 helmet. This is not hard since the units are compatable with each other electronicly. Also the units are ordered indivually. For your shorty (1/2) helmet you will have to improvise holding the unit onto the helmet. The tab is to small and too short to keep the unit in place. Other than that its a great unit for riding. Dec 31, 2012
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RevZilla: Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom for Half Helmets will not be compatible with 3/4 helmets. In order for you to communicate with a 3/4 helmet, you will need to get the Sena SMH-10. Apr 5, 2012
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jobiker: Yes, you will need two different units, both can be found at Revzilla and they both work very will together. Nov 22, 2012
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Daniel T asked: is there a way to connect to Harley Davidson GPS and Music? Jan 7, 2015
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Max L: I don't have GPS on my Harley and my music isn't blue tooth compatible on my Harley either but the sena headset is and works great connected to my phone for both features. If your Harley music and go's is Bluetooth it should connect no problem. Good luck! Jan 7, 2015
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Donnie W: Daniel, I think you can; however I have not tried to do that yet. I mostly use mine to communicate with a buddy I ride with and my IPHONE by Bluetooth. Check you manual, I think it gives you the instruction by using Bluetooth. Jan 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a Harley Davidson HD-H03 half helmet. Will this product work with this helmet? While still a half helmet, if you look it up you'll notice that it comes slightly lower on the ears that the traditional half helmet.

If not, which 2 way radio do you offer that would work with it?
Thank you!
Sep 18, 2014
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chukwujikpe o: I think it will work just fine. I've owned one for some time now but I find that when I'm on high speeds the wind noise is unbearable.

I plan one selling my SPH10 and sticking to my SMH10 on a 3/4 helmet instead as I own the two units.

The unit works absolutely great especially on lower speeds for music listening and calls. it's just that your ears are not covered well enough to avoid or reduce wind noise.
Sep 19, 2014
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Steven J: This unit expects to have a triangle of straps that is open where your ear is located. The unit fits in this open triangle. If your ear does not line up with the middle of the triangle, they probably will not work well and you will have a hard time hearing. Sep 18, 2014
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A S asked: Will this unit pair with the Sena SMH5 headset? Feb 21, 2014
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Gerritt S: Sorry, I'm not sure.......I just paired mine with the same unit (SPH10H-01) without a problem Mar 20, 2014
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Fred W: Not sure as I only have the SPH10H sorry I can't help Feb 22, 2014
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A S asked: can the boom of the sph10 be replaced for a more discreet look ? Dec 17, 2014
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Daniel T: I wear a half helme't so I can still hear noise around me. the design of the SPH10H blocks noise around me. Would like smaller so it wouldn't block traffic noise. Jan 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2014 Street Glide. I have XM on my dash as well as navigation. I want to continue using my current set up for music. However, I do want to be able to answer my phone. My phone is paired with my bike, so I can hear the music on my phone, and I know when I am getting an incoming phone call. SO, I AM ONLY LOOKING FOR A WAY TO ANSWER AND TALK ON MY PHONE. I am totally happy with the sound quality of my music via XM through my bike. If I purchase the SPH 10H, will it interfere with the way I am accessing my music? Jun 29, 2014
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Fred W: I have my GPS, phone and XM radio which is through the garmin gps all through the headset. I am not sure if that is possible because if you pair the phone to the headphones would that also play music through them? I think that is what the question is, if you are using the bikes XM radio then you can absolutely pair the phone and you would not interfere with the radio. Not sure if any of this helps. Jun 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: how many can I pair up? I am going to Sturgis and there will be 8 of us. Jun 7, 2014
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Steven J: I don't know how many you can pair up, but I was disappointed to find out that you can only be connected to one headset at a time. You have to tap the jog button to switch to another device. In other words, 1 tap gives you rider 1, 2 taps connects to rider 2, etc. I could be wrong, but this is how I understood this to work. With only 2 units, they work great, but there is some wind noise, as the boom mic is right out in the wind. We feel so much safer that we do not ride without them! Jun 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this pair up with the 2014 6.5 Boom infotainment on my Harley so I don't have to hard wire to talk to the system? Apr 18, 2014
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Andrew S: I Don't Really Know. The SPH10H Acts Like Any Other Bluetooth Device, So It Will Likely Drive It, But You Would Have To Play Around With The Buttons And Dials To See. I Found An App Called, "Drive" To Control My Android Phone That Lets Me Listen To Google Map Directions, Answer Calls, And Intercomm With My Friends. The SPH10H Does Great Controlling "Drive." Apr 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Have Gmax 65S half helmet. Will the Sena SMH10H be a good fit? I see some have problems with the tab being too short. Feb 18, 2014
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chukwujikpe o: I own both the SMH10 and SPH10H. I use the SPH10H for my half helmet which is similar to the GMAX and it works fine. The only thing is that at high speeds, being a half face helmet you get wind noise but I increase the volume of my music while riding to compensate.

I use the SMH10 on my full face helmet. Although some people use the SMH10 on half helmets, I think it will require more steps to make it work for you on a half face helmet.

I will advice you go with the SPH10H on a half face helmet since it was designed for that. Hope this helps you make an informed decision.

All the best.
Feb 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: This bluetooth work or can be pair with CARDO or any other ?? Jan 21, 2013
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RevZilla: The Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets is only intercom compatible with other Sena communication systems. It is possible to connect the Sena headset to a bluetooth cell phone and then call someone who is using a Cardo bluetooth headset connected to their cell phone. Jan 22, 2013
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Sena SPH10H Bluetooth Intercom For Half Helmets 825929 SPH10H01/SPH10H-01 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours