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Works Great and fits as advertised
I am using this on my Sena system for Communications while on long trips and large rides.
February 9, 2015
Sena SR10 2-Way Radio Connector Cable
I needed this part to complete my setup on my Sena bluetooth and Midland radio. Without this I could not have completed my project and it works great!
December 3, 2013
Kenwood Cable for Sena SR10
Sometimes a buying experience is more than the product. I've been sold on the Sena BT Comm system for abut 2 years now. It works great all the time.
I bought a new handheld ham radio that I wanted to have as a standby for a race I was officiating in VT. This new radio (Baofeng UV-5R) required a Kenwood-style cable.
Of course I made the decision to buy the day before leaving Richmond, VA for the race. I knew my brother was traveling to the same race via PHL so I Arranged for the cable to be held for him to pick up the next day. It was waiting when he got there. GREAT service Revzilla.
Of course you want to know about the cable too. Well I made the mistake of leaving my Yaesu FT-10SR control head on the bike during an overnight deluge. The next morning it would not respond to any keyboard inputs so I was forced to implement my backup plan. (After drying out it's again working fine.)
Out came the Baofeng and the brand new cable. In less than a minute I had communications. I used that rig the entire day with nothing but compliments for the clarity of my transmissions. It sounded good on my end too.
Now a good radio rig depends on a group of components. None will make it superb but any one can drag it down. Clearly this cable did it's job.
Good job Sena and Revzilla, a GREAT team.
November 26, 2013
I bought the sr10 and the midland cable it works great sinks up quick and easy
July 29, 2013
Easy set up. Sounds good. Everything you need.
July 2, 2012
i got the midland CB 75-822, it fit & plugged in fine.
(side note: this really belongs on the Sena SR10 review: the remote Wired PTT button extension for handlebar grip mounting button that comes with the Sena SR10 Bluetooth bridge doesn't work. it made a loud, unfriendly noise on the CB's of my riding buddy's when i pressed the transmit button. so i used just the Sena Bluetooth bridge and pressed the button on that. that worked fine.)
June 4, 2012
Connects to Sena SR10 for bluetooth
Cable connects to the SR10 and allows use of a CB, such as the Midland, via Bluetooth to your helmet. No wires hanging from you!!
May 21, 2012
works well so far
Connects the radio with the Bluetooth adapter. Easy to install and use. Cable works as advertised, no issues so far. The cable is long enough to offer a variety of mounting locations without any undue stress to the adapter or jack on the radio.
March 19, 2012
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Sena SR10 2-Way Radio Connector Cable? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Glen F:Yes, the Icom and Midland cords have the same pinout as the Cobra radios, and many others, these are the most common radios. You can always search on other manufacturers websites to see what units they have that match yours and do a little cross referencing that way.Jul 9, 2014
RevZilla:The Sena SR10 2-Way Radio Connector Cable has a coiled wire. Unstretched, it is 14 inches long. It will extend to approximately 25 inches, though we don't recommend extending it farther than that.May 10, 2012
Is there a suggestion for extending the length of the wire for the small transmit button? With the CB radio in one of the bags, connected to an external antenna and power, along with the SR10, it is real difficult to get a transmit button close to your left hand. Thanks!
Jul 17, 2014