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The SR10 is a Class 1 Bluetooth Two-way Radio adapter based on Bluetooth 2.1+EDR technology. You can connect various two-way radio devices in the market by using SR10 and may talk wirelessly using Bluetooth headsets The Sena SR10 bluetooth two-way radio hub has two AUX ports that enable you to connect non-Bluetooth devices such as radar detector or GPS navigation. Along with the Sena SR10 bluetooth audio gateway, you can talk by phone or by two-way radios at the same time, listen to an alarm signal from radar detector and listen to the guides from GPS Navigation.
Bluetooth hands-free adaptor for two-way radios
Bluetooth hands-free gateway hub for mobile phones
Connect 1 two-way radio and 1 mobile phone simultaneously
Compatible with standard stereo or mono Bluetooth headsets
AUX input for GPS, radar or laser detectors
Handlebar mounting & belt clamping
Wired PTT button extension for handlebar grip mounting
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T I: Great product, works with my Midland radio.Sep 13, 2013
Joseph O: The Sr10 let me interface my older garmin GPS and an two way radio to communicate with family/frends who are in a car for our vacation trips.Aug 10, 2013
Robert B asked: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
Mike B:I'm not at home but I think I remember that this has a 2.5 mm plug. 2.5 is smaller than a regular headphone plug that is 3.5mm. Anyway, search on amazon fo 2.5 mm extension cable Remember that you want one end to be male and the other female, an extension cable. The size of plastic can affect waterproofing but electrical chacteristics shouldn't be critical.Jul 21, 2014
Henry C:I think that Radio Shack (or like store) has an extension cable that will help. The PTT (Push to Talk) is a mono connection however the following may work: AUVIO 6-Ft. Stereo 1/8" Headphone Cable (Black) Model: 4200994 | Catalog #: 42-994Jul 18, 2014
Robert B:Thanks John! I did find the extension cord in the package. It is not listed on the box as being included...but I should have looked through all those little bags of stuff and found it myself ... This will make things much much easier!Jul 17, 2014
Michael S:I really can't think of any easy solution for you. You will either need to splice the existing wire, which should only be a two wire with a possible shield, or contact Sena to see if they can supply you with custom cable (read expensive).Jul 17, 2014
Miguel V:Yes, the SR10 is specifically set up for two-way radio, i.e., FRS, GMRS. The signal transmitted would be open to any other radio within range if they are on the same frequency. You could use privacy codes which radios have. However in my own experience I've never had any "eavesdropping" on our frequency.
A shopper asked:I am looking for a CB solution. I've seen some references to using with CBs in the existing Q and A, but nothing specific. Does anyone have any specific experience with using this with a CB? I am not inclined to purchase and then try to make a custom cable that "would probably work".Jul 9, 2014
Henry L G:CB radio adapter works just fine problem is the CB part of the equation that is the CB unit the only CB I found that was usable with the unit had very poor range for transmitting(was a handheld unit, midland) not really a useful option unless you can find good CB unit
Everything else works well you can use the unit to bluetooth just about anything into your helmet. My answer to the problem was to buy a J&M radio and had it installed Hope that helpsJul 9, 2014
Guy L:I use the SR10 with a Yeazu FT60 double band amateur radio. I had to buy the proper cable from the company to plug the radio in the device. It works great just as advertised. I hooked the radio up to my handlebar and I attached the PTT button on the left grip. It's pretty simple to do. I presume it will work just as well with a CB. This system failed me at -20 degree on a snowmobile. Can't tell which part was the problem though.Jul 9, 2014
Jim F:It will work for a CB radio that has a three wire mic...it will not work on a CB with a 4-wire mic. A lot of CB's use a 4-wire mic cable where one of the leads is opened on transmit to mute the receiver. This unit will work for any application where there is an audio lead, a ground, and a single push-to-talk lead. In other words, 3 wires only.Jul 9, 2014
Michael S:I use a Midland 75-822 with the Sena supplied cable and it works beautifully. I have the 75-822 placed in a tank bag and connected to an externally mounted antenna, and powered from the bike via a mounted cig. lighter on the handle bars.Jul 17, 2014
JAMES S:Sorry but i do not recognize 20S therefore cannot give an opinion, however, I can vouch for the connectivity of the SR10 as I have a Midland CB radio attached to mine, and it transmits, effortlessly via Bluetooth to my Schubert C2 helmet.Jun 17, 2014
James, I have a Schubert C3 with the Motorrad Bluetooth for my BMW K1600. I heard about the Midland and was looking for a way to use it with my stock audio system. Does it pair with the Motorrad system?
Nov 25, 2014
A shopper asked:I am looking for a stereo bluetooth headset for use with my Plusmax plusair paragliding helmet. I want to pair to both an IPad Air (for gps nav apps and music) and an iphone as well as my Yaesu FT-270 R 2-way radio for intercom and traffic advisories. The 2-way radio does not have Bluetooth.
Is there some form of integrated audio switching unit that can control the switching / volume between these sources?
Can you help me identify the correct gear to accomplish this?
JAMES S:I am not sure my input will be of any value to you regarding the SR10, however, I will state that the unit works perfectly for my purpose. My set up is as follows. I have a BMW R1200RT motorcycle and I wear a Suberth C2 helmet. I have the Sena SMH10 on the side of the helmet and have rigged audio speakers in the ear cavities, alone with a wired microphone into the face bar. I have a BB 9900 cell phone paired to my Zumo 660 GPS which is paired with my SMH10. The SR10 is pared to the SMH10 and has a Midland CB radio attached through the centre connection on the SR10. I use a PTT button that runs from the SR10 mount to my handle bar. I can send and receive on the CB radio, on my BlackBerry and/or through my SMH10 to anyone in close proximity who also has an SMH10. I get GPS instructions and use the GPS for all my MP3's and audio books. The SR10 is flawless as is the SMH10. I have zero experience with Apple products. I hope my application helps.Jan 24, 2014
James I have a setup similar to yours. I have a SMH-10 and a BMW navigator V. I play my MP3 from my Navigator V. I have a question about how do I pair the SR10 and keep the MP3 in stereo? Thanks for any advices Phil
Aug 8, 2014
arnold s:I don't remember if it comes with the unit or not, but there is a push to talk button available. The big quest is if the radio has more then three wires to the mike your going to need someone who know the radio well to get it to work correctly.Jan 24, 2014
Larry B:I currently connect my Kenwood Family talk radio with a wire. You would have to check with Sena if they make a cord for your radio. The SR10 also allows the use of a push to talk button.Jan 24, 2014
DeaconBlues:Yes. I use a Q2 on my BiLT full-face. I did have to delete the pairing from my headset to my phone, pair the headset to the SR10, then pair the phone to the SR10.
One thing I noticed (and it may be my phone doing this). The SR10 takes a moment to actually sync with both my Samsung Aspire (android) phone, and the Scala Rider Q2. During those couple of seconds I'll see a pair request on the phone for the Q2 headset, which then goes away once the SR10 establishes the linkup. A minor annoyance, but functionally not an issue.Dec 3, 2012
Poloce:I think so, I have seen people done it before online. do a little google and you may find more answers. It paired up with my cardo G4 without any problem. it will paired up with any bluetooth pairing code of 0000 headset I think.Oct 1, 2012
A shopper asked:The review of this product states that it can be used to connect to a number of different types (from 6 different manufacturers) of two way radios which do not have a limit on distance or the number of people that can interconnect. Every time I do a search for two-way radios I get "walkie-talkie" results. What are some example products (two-way radios) that I can use this product with. ORRRR does this product function as a two-way radio communicator in itself?Apr 2, 2012
DeaconBlues:The SR10 is just a relay, it has no 2-way radio circuits on its own. Think of it as a microphone adapter, turning your Bluetooth headset (along with the PTT button included with the unit) into a mike for the radio.
That said, with the correct cabling you can patch the SR10 to any 2-way radio set with a microphone connector. The cables they sell are for the little handhelds (GMRS, FRS), but that's probably because people on bikes don't have a lot of room for the normal dash-mount radio rigs, unless they've a tourer with a big fairing. That said, If you have a standard dash-mount CB radio on your bike, you might have to get an adapter to cable the SR10 to it, but it'll work.
As for types of radios... you could use Family Radio Service, General Mobile Radio Service, CB, ham radio, or (if you're licensed to own/use these) police/fire/search and rescue bands, military bands, and so on.Dec 3, 2012
twinhound:The SR10 will indeed connect to a number of two-way radios. Their pre-made cables currently only point to "walkie-talkie" type, however, if you're handy with a soldering iron you can make a cable for just about any rig. I've got mine connected to a Yaesu FTM-10R. Sena is supposed to release a DIY cable in the near future to help simplify the process. (note: the FTM-10R has a Bluetooth option, which is NOT required when running it through an SR10. Another example, using the same cable (but I don't have one to experiment with) is the Yaesu FTM350AR. As long as you have mike, audio, and PTT available on the radio, you can make a cable to work, and it doesn't have to be a "walkie-talkie" type rig.May 13, 2012
RevZilla:You will be able to use the Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter with products like the Kenwood FreeTalk XLS TK-3230 UHF or the Motorola CLS1110 Business Two-Way Radio, which will basically be a walkie-talkie. The Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter will not function as a 2 way radio by itself, but will allow you to use it with a phone while riding for example.Apr 6, 2012
A shopper asked:I have been using this with my radio and Bluetooth headset for some time but my pillion who I am connected to can't hear the two way conversation. Can you pair two headsets to the SR10? It appears that it is one or the other but not both. Any suggestions?May 29, 2015
Terry e:Sorry can not help the sr-10 would not work with my Harley 2014 Boom box system so it would not pair up ... Something that Harley did in the Bluetooth software so could not use the sr-10 and had to wire my 2-meter radio to the system with out the Bluetooth However it did work good (sr-10) with my phone and radio .Jun 1, 2015
Robert B:I don't know the answer to your question for sure, my wife and I each have our own SR10 on our bikes. Our Sena headsets are paired for intercom, but we each have our own CB radios linked to our own SR10s. I do not believe the SR10 is meant to be used for more than one headset.May 30, 2015
Eugene M asked:If I will connect my phone to SR10 (with two-way radio) and then connect SR10 to headset (n-com bX4 in my case), will I be able to answer/reject calls with my headset buttons as if phone connected directly?Jan 20, 2015
Oliver H:I use my SR10 with a Sena SMH 10 head set.. I have my iphone bluethooh connected to the SMH10. That way a phone call will interrupt music and I can answer calls with headset buttons. I use the SR10 to connect via a cable to my Garmin GPS and also connect my two way radio wired to the SR10. The two way radio will over ride other connections. The SR10 is bluetooth connected to my SMH10 headset. i decided to use Sena for my helmet even though i have Nolan Helmets. I did not want any connectivity issues.Feb 4, 2015
Dwayne W:I doubt it. maybe if the wire contains some circuitry to help with that. but the way that a phone interfaces with hands free devices is quite different that the functions for a 2-way radio. 2-way radio is vastly simpler and I would not suspect that this would work. that being said I am no expert.Feb 3, 2015
A shopper asked:I use an AUTOCOM System on my motorcycle, many of my friends use SCALA Q2. Can the M/c to M/C output on the autocom provide an audio sources for the Autocom to communicate through the autocom radio mic output? In other words, with the proper cable (self manufactured) can the SENA act like a FRS/CB/Amateur HT radio so I may communicate with other riders using bluetooth such as SCALA? One reference shows the 100M (approx 320 ft range) what is the advertised planning range?Jul 30, 2014
Leonard L:I may not be much help here, but I'll try. You are much more knowledgeable than i am in electronics. My situation- my Goldwing has all wired communication for plug-in headsets which enable rider to passenger, music, and GPS input to the headsets. However, my friend had a Scala and I do not fenerally ride with the CB equipped Goldwing clubs. I purchased a handheld CB, Scala headsets, and the Sena SR-10 along with an inexpensive adapter cable to the Bonda's built in system. Fhere are inputs into the SR-10 for the CB and the bike's audio. It does work. The range has not been tested re: the SR-10 as I believe the Scala's are the determining facto Hope that helps LenJul 30, 2014
Michael S:I guess you can use this in that way, but that is not what it was designed for. This was made for you to use your Bluetooth Helmet headset to communicate with other bikes via a hand held CB or FRS radio. This eliminates the tethered wiring to your helmet.The unit connects to your bluetooth headset and uses the SR10 wired to your FRS or CB radio which transmits to other FRS or CB radios. The usable distance from your headset to the SR10 is closer to 15 to 30 feet. The distance to your riding group is only limited by the transmission distance of your FRS or CB radio.Aug 31, 2014
Kenneth K:I'm looking at the Sena SR10 in order to be able to connect a Garmin bluetooth GPS using one of the SR10s aux ports; and a radar/laser detector plugged into the other Aux port. This will allow me to avoid spending a ton of cash on a "motorcycle only" GPS unit (those are designed to b-tooth-pair seamlessly with the SMH10), while also being able to add in the tone-alerts to my helmet headset from the radar detector. I'll continue using my iPhone as my stereo music source, as well as for the occasional phone calls that happen on long road trips...and, of course, I'll be able to communicate with my riding buddies pretty much anytime/anywhere along our route. (I can pair my Garmin 765T bluetooth GPS directly to my Sena SMH10, along with my phone; but it can only be done with the loss of the iPhone music playback...the calls can still be made/received...so, time to save up a few more bucks before this summer's long run.)Jun 10, 2014
JAMES S:To whom it may concern: The question presented to me is "Will the Sena SR10 work with the Icom IC-208H?". My answer: I am not familiar with that particular unit but I do know that if you email Sena directly, they will have the answer. Sena will also tell you which cable is required to connect your radio to the Icom. They are very helpful and informative. They are not just selling for the sake of selling. They really care about the compatibility of their product in the communication field. I also have the SMH10 in conjunction with the SR10 and Sena has been awesome with their help. Good luck!!
DeaconBlues:Not sure if RevZilla sells them, BUT... you can buy them from Amazon or from Sena directly. Just do a search for "Sena Microphone Cable ". Of course it goes without saying that your radio should actually have a microphone connector jack (or jacks). So check to be sure; the cheaper FRS radios sometimes lack this feature. :)Dec 3, 2012
Walter F.:This unit will sync to the Garmin 550 for the voice prompts for your route or play music (mp3's that were loaded to the Garmin. I am not sure about the second part of the question. You can transmit like you would normally be able to but the Garmin prompts override the transmit. In other words the Garmin has a higher priority than the transmit function.Mar 15, 2012
BugR:Yes it will sync to the Garmin. By transmitting, for a cell phone you can pair your phone to the Garmin or direct to the headset either way works. If it's a radio you need to get the SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter and a cableJul 9, 2012
A shopper asked:this would allow me to use the iphone's A2DP profile, giving me voice control and stereo music. or can i only pair the sr10 to the smh10, then be forced to plug the iphone into the sr10? thanks!Feb 20, 2012
DeaconBlues:The SR10 doesn't have A2DP, so there's a bit of a problem with pairing the phone directly to the headset AND via the SR10. Other users have noted this issue (and are understandably upset with it). Your could eithe
A) cable the phone physically to the SR10's second Aux port (which will pass audio thru as Mono),
B) physically connect the phone to the SMH10's audio input (which would allow music in stereo but not allow voice command of the phone.)
C) Go with the SM10 relay, which has dual Bluetooth channels and A2DP connectivity but no 2-way radio link.Dec 3, 2012
RevZilla:The Sena-SR10 Bluetooth two-way radio adapter is not wireless MP3 or Sirius Satellite radio compatible. However, you can plug a music device with a jack connection, but you will only get a Mono audio signal.May 2, 2012
Walter F.:I have both a Zumo 550 and an SMH-10. Stereo music from the Zumo works fine. There is microphone input to the Zumo via the bluetooth connection from the headset to the Zumo then to a cellphone. You cannot listen to the music and hear a cellphone at the same time. One BT connection at a time is the norm. Hope this helped.Jan 21, 2012
A shopper asked:I already have a J&M CB unit installed on my bike. Can I connect the CB radio to the SR10 so I can completely move from my present wired solution to a Bluetooth solution? I also plan on buying and connecting to a Sena 20S intercom.May 16, 2015
B E:Yes it is possible, I use my SR 10 for connecting using Blue Tooth to my ICOM IC-208H Mobile Amateur Radio installed on ATV (Four Wheeler). I use this with the SMH10 Helmet headset unit, works flawlessly! You will have to have the CB Radio Mic jack pin-out, this jack could be a 4 or 8 pole threaded coupler or a 8 pin RJ-45 (or 4-6 pin RJ-11) telephone-computer jack/plug combo, this will allow you create the Mic Audio & PTT curcuits that will be used by the SR10 for transmitting. The receive audio will have to be cabled / connected to either of the AUX ports on the SR10 from the external speaker jack (usually a 1/8" / 5mm mono jack / plug) found on the rear or sometimes on the side of the CB Radio. I am somewhat guessing as I don't know the model CB that your dealing with! The other solution is to replace the CB with a more current model, as just about all of the current CB's are Blue Tooth capable in order to help comply with the "Distracted Driving Laws". I believe that the SR10 would be BT protocol compatible. Hope this helps....................May 18, 2015
JAMES S:Although I cannot tell you which cable to use with your SR10, I can tell you of my experience and suggest a course of action.
I have my SR10 uses as a gateway to allow my Midland CB radio to communicate directly by Bluetooth to my Sena SMH10 on my Shuberth C2 motorcyle helmet. The cable came from Sena and is specifically for the Midland CB.
I use the push to talk cable to activate the CB
I suggest you contact Sena (very helpful people) and get their suggestion for the required cable.
My set up is fantastic! I get driving directions, mp3 music and telephone calls through my Zumo 660 GPS which is pared to my Blackberry 9900 and my Helmet
This whole Sena system is bullet-proof. The whole system pares up automatically as soon as I start my bike and activate both the helmet and the SR10..
JAMES S:I am not familiar with your CB, but I will describe my set up, which I am very satisfied. I have a Blackberry cell pared to my Zummo 660 GPS which is pared to my Sena SMH10 in my Shuberth C2 helmet. I have the Sena SR10 with a Midland CB mounted on my dash. My Push to Talk button for the CB is mounted on my clutch side handle bar. The great feature of the two Senas is that you pare them once and they automatically reconnect each time you start the bike. I strongly suggest contacting Sena for any specific details. They are incredibly helpful. When riding, I can receive phone calls, listen to my mp3 music, listen to audio books, get GPS instructions and communicate on the CB or with anyone in range with my SMH10. My ride is a BMW R1200RT. Enjoy your ride and good luck on the set up.Sep 26, 2013
RevZilla:Honestly, it doesn't really matter but Sena makes a Bluetooth device called the SMH-10 that we're all huge fans of. The SMH-10 has great sound quality and is extremely easy to use via the two control buttons.
Please give us a call at 877.792.9455 if you would like to have a more in depth discussion regarding your bluetooth choices.Apr 16, 2013
A shopper asked:Will this connect to the Bluetooth used by BMW on their Motorrad com system in my helmet and still allow use of the nav and radio already connected/ paired to the BMW K1600 bike?Dec 5, 2014
Jeorme C asked:I plan to use this with the Sena 20S. How does the SR10 prioritize which signal goes to the speakers or does all output go at once? For example, if I am on a cell phone call and the two-radio or radar detector goes off, what will I hear? If not everything at once, then is there a way to set the prioritization?Sep 9, 2014