Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
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  • Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
  • Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
  • Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
  • Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
  • Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
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$199.00
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Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter

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 the SR10 and you can 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.

Features:

  • 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
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Two-year limited warranty

Specifications:

  • 3.5mm Jack port x 2
    • GPS Navigation
    • RADAR detector
    • Cellular phone (AUX2 only)
  • mini DIN port x 1
    • 2-way radios (Kenwood, Midland, Motorola, I-com, YAESU)
  • 2.5mm Jack port x 1
    • for wired PTT button
  • Charging time: 3.5 hours
  • Type: Lithium polymer battery
  • Talk time: 12 hours
  • Standby time: 10 days
  • Dimensions: 108 mm x 52 mm x 29 mm (4.3 in x 2.0 in x 1.1 in)
  • Weight: 81g (2.86 oz)

Package Contents:

  • SR10 Bluetooth Adapter
  • USB Power Cable
  • 12v car charger
  • 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable
  • Wired PTT (Push to Talk) Button
  • Mounting Kit
  • Extension cable for wired PTT button
  • Clip Kit

Note: Does not include DC wall power charger. 2-way radio and connecting cables are sold separately.

SR10-10

4.1 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.8 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.4 / 5
Sound Clarity
4.2 / 5
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4.1 / 5.0
27 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.8 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.4 / 5
Sound Clarity
4.2 / 5
Durability
4.3 / 5
Ease Of Install
1 / 5
Sound Clarity
3 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Not ready for Prime-Time
If you have a Droid (maybe the same issue with the iPhone) you will have to give-up several Bluetooth features to get the SR10 paired. If you're wanting to use a 2 way radio, or RADAR detector, along with your smartphone MP3 player, or smartphone GPS voice navigation, forget it. It doesn't work properly. Doesn't even work with the latest updates. Sena has CONFIRMED this is a shortcoming of this device. Now Sena tech support is telling me that if I want to listen to music, I need to purchase a MP3 player that I can WIRE to the SHM10. Kind of defeats the purpose of Bluetooth. I've been a SMH10 user for a longtime (1st and 2nd version). That is a great product. The SR10 is a waste of money. This device IS NOT ready for prime-time, and I'm out of the 30 day return window, due to promises from Sena that the updated software would solve several issues. But now they inform me that the MP3/Voice Navigation part of my Droid WILL NEVER WORK. I have reset the SMH10 back to factory defaults, and repaired with my Driod. MP3 and Voice Navigation is now back.
January 8, 2012
Ride:
2008 Harley Davidson Street Glide FLHX/I
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Perfect for CB integration with other SENA products
II purchased this to use with a CB radio via bluetooth. The concept is good, and overall it works as it should. I have a Midland 75-822 portable CB radio that has an automotive adapter plate. Using a connector cable, I am able to use my CB radio with my SENA 20s headset.

Installation was easy and the kit has all the components needed to mount the unit on the bike. The interface cable for the CB is dependent on the type of CB unit you own so this unit is limited in application based on 5 different CB manufacturers. In my case, I have the interface cable, the switch and a power cable all running to the unit. One issue I have is that connections are located on three different sides of the unit, instead of all located on one side. This makes it a bit hard to mount inside of something on the handlebars, like a windshield bag.

The concept is great. Once the units are paired, there is a switch on my handlebar grip that activates the Tx function of the CB, i speak into the mic of my bluetooth headset to talk. I found sound quality lacking and requiring lots of adjustment to get it right where it needs to be. Plus with all of the configuration options of the SENA 20s, it was difficult to set up everything just like I wanted it, and required a lot of testing. But, I've managed to find what works well for me. Currently, I can be using my 20s in intercom/music mode and any signal received on the CB will interrupt that mode. Likewise if I press the switch it will also interrupt that mode of operation. After a 5-8 second delay the headset returns to the previous mode.

Overall it works well. The unit appears sturdy and is waterproof. You also have the ability to intergrate GPS, radar and external music signals through the SR10, but it's mono-only; no stereo. As with any SENA product, they include just about every mounting adapter you will need which makes it a snap to install and have up and running in no time.
August 18, 2015
Ride:
2012 Harley Davidson Road King Classic FLHRC/I
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Sound Clarity
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Hello, Group Rides...
I purchased the SR10 along with a pair of Midland GMRS/FRS radios, so that I can communicate with the Wife more easily than via phone calls (she doesn't ride, she drives the car). There's also been an issue with group rides - out of the 10 people that show up for a ride, 2 have Scala Riders, a couple have Autocomms, and the rest are either using CB's or FRS. There's also the issue with range with helmet intercoms - if there's more than a few hundred yards between lead and sweep, you're back to relaying hand signals through the group.

The SR10 takes care of that. As long as people are using the same type of radio and the same channel, it no longer matters what kind of headset everyone has. It also allows communication with truckers via CB, and the phone is still paired. It also allows a second hardwired sound source (GPS or radar detector) to be used.

I've tested mine in the garage, and it both transmits and receives perfectly. Still waiting on my RKA tankbag (built to-order) that'll mount all of this, but once it arrives, the bike will not only be a sport-tour machine, but a rolling comm center as well.
December 3, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Sound Clarity
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Works fine for me.
As a ham I missed being able to talk while I was riding, but the SR10 brings both worlds together! Pairing with the headset was easy once I figured out that the headset needs to be in acquisition mode first, then the SR10. I use a Cardo headset and it works fine. After I paired the SR10 with the helmet, I paired it with my phone. The SR10 will prioritize signals, phone, radio and other. I have an MP3 player hardwired to the Cardo and it mutes automatically when there is radio or cell traffic. The remote PPT is easy to attach to the left grip, you never have to take your hands off the bike to transmit. I use a FT-60 mounted on the bars near the left grip with a Diamond antenna. The SR10 is mounted on my bar riser, everything goes on and comes off easily. Pairing up takes a little time and can be frustrating waiting for the connection, but once she's up you are good to go. Battery life on the SR10 is good, my HT pooped out first. Next step for me is to hard wire a power supply for the radio and forget about HT battery swaps.

73's
March 19, 2012
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
3 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
A good solution if you need two-way radio
Generally I like this unit, and it certainly does it's job. It's easy to install, continues to sync-unsync automatically with ease, and pretty much does what it says it will! The only downsides are: (1) yes the audio is mono, but I find the use of the aux input jacks for audio to be a problem - the major problem is that routing the audio through this unit makes it come out sounding like you're tuned to a very bad AM radio station. It actually garbles and puts noise on the audio. (2) the cables come off at all angles - its just not possible to route the wires without making my handlebars look like a bird's nest of wire! I've even tried to hid the entire unit in a compartment, but it's still a mess. (3) it would be nice to disable the on-board PTT button when the external is used - I found when I tried mounting the unit under cover that the button gets pushed accidentally. (4) it would be nice to have a remote PTT wirelessly! (I rigged one up separately). But for the basic function of integrating your two-way radio into your bluetooth headset, this is the way to go!
July 24, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
This product was just awesome!
I have had this for a couple of months now and I bought it to hook my Midland two way radio it, then sync it with my Sena Bluetooth headset and it works great. Mine worked great when I synced my cell phone first then the Sena SR10 to the headset. It works great, with no problems. Easy sync and easy install. So glad that they make this product to be able to use my Midland radio and talk to my buddies on the road.
December 12, 2013
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Does what it is supposed to.
I have mine hooked up to a MIdland handheld CB radio. It takes a second or two for it to open the audio to the headset which means if you are communicating with someone who wants to talk right away and really fast after keying the mic, you might miss part of what they are saying. Other than that, the unit works surprisingly well.
February 23, 2016
Ride:
2007 Harley Davidson Softail Standard FXST/I
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Functions as dedcribed
I would recommend this product to anyone interested in wireless communication
May 24, 2016
Ride:
2007 BMW R1200RT
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Awesome Product
I'm using the Midland 75-822 40 Channel CB-Way Radio on my BMW K1600GTL and this Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter / bridge to get the CB transmissions to my Sena headset. it works great. the battery lasted all day (7:30am-10:00pm) and probably still had more juice. it was clear reception never failed to sink up. the unit is rubberized, and looks like it can make it thru a rain storm! it has aux inputs too, I'm going to plug my GPS into it. it also is smart enough to give the CB priority over stereo. the external push to talk PTT button i got for it didnt work. everything else is great. get one.
May 21, 2012
Ride:
2012 BMW K1600GTL
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Sound Clarity
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Great solution to a equipment need
This is one item that has filled a need for communications. I am currently using it with the SM-10 for dual streaming to both riders.
No problem intragrating it into the SEMA communication system.
The extra PTT remote is a good additional use feature option...though the cord could be a little longer.
Good product with extensive thought into design and engineering.
As has been mentioned...the radio interface cap is easy to loose.
February 16, 2013
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use amateur radio while riding
William G on Jun 23, 2016
To hook up blue tooth to my cb radio.
Stanley B on Jun 3, 2016
use amateur radio while riding
William G on Jun 23, 2016
Want to hear my Garmin GPS and Escort radar detector through my Sena headset
Roger S on Jun 10, 2016
To hook up blue tooth to my cb radio.
Stanley B on Jun 3, 2016
Needed something simple to be able to use handheld radios to communicate wirelessly with the Sena headsets. Plus it comes with the push to talk button making it real easy to communicate with group of riders without having to fumble for a button on the handheld radio. Really like it.
Steven P on Mar 31, 2016
To integrate my Kenwood FRS...
Colin D on Mar 3, 2016
Hooked this up to my Yaesu FTM-10 so I can communicate over ham radio while I ride. Works great once I figured out the interface wiring.
Melissa R on Nov 6, 2015
Only way to talk on walkie talkie through blue tooth
James W on Oct 20, 2015
To connect my VHF marine radio to my Sena sph 10 headset
M I on Jul 29, 2015
to use my CB with my Scala
rdh1012 on Jul 24, 2015
Needed a way to get the radar alerts, from my Escort 9500ix, to my Sena SMH10R helmet headset. Works perfectly.
Christopher E on Jul 14, 2015
All the people I ride with use 2 way radios, so with my new Sena S20 bluetooth head set I need a link to communicate to them with. This looks like the right device.
John R on Apr 21, 2015
Only way to allow mobile phone with music connection to SMH10 using primary A2DP connection and radar detector + GPS connection thru HFP multimode pairing connection.
H E on Apr 2, 2015
Excellent integration of radar detector, iphone and sena headset.
Marten W on Feb 23, 2015
To communicate with friends that have CB's only the option of talking to fellow riders that have bluetooth on their helmets.
Edward Y on Feb 2, 2015
Handy and compact.
Bo C on Oct 11, 2014
One of a kind device to work with my existing Sena headsets
Guest on Oct 1, 2014
1) Increase range of communication by interfacing 2-way radios

2) Input audio from radar detector
Jeorme C on Sep 9, 2014
"A friend purchased it and recommended it. Several reviews I had read were very positive towards this product."

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Steven R on Aug 4, 2014
Needed to connect our CB to the SMH10 for hands free communication with our riding group.
Robert B on Jul 11, 2014
Compatible with Schuberth SRC system
RICHARD W on Jun 25, 2014
Currently use Sena SMH10 intercom and very happy. Looking to add CB Radio and I expect this to play well with the intercom.
Glen J on Jun 16, 2014
don't no. never been used
T H on May 13, 2014
Great solution to the CB connection issue.
Bruce P on May 5, 2014
Ideally suited to my ATV / Amateur Radio application...............
B E on Apr 20, 2014
Ties all my Bluetooth stuff together so I hear everything through the headset in my helmets.
twinhound on Apr 17, 2014
I use a Midland GMRS radio for two-way communication with multiple riders on dual-sport rides. Tired of wires breaking and losing radio during my rides.
JERRY K on Apr 10, 2014
Already have Sena SHM-10
alexandre a on Mar 3, 2014
Great product, works with my Midland radio.
T I on Sep 13, 2013
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.
Joseph O on Aug 10, 2013
Want to hear my Garmin GPS and Escort radar detector through my Sena headset
Roger S on Jun 10, 2016
Needed something simple to be able to use handheld radios to communicate wirelessly with the Sena headsets. Plus it comes with the push to talk button making it real easy to communicate with group of riders without having to fumble for a button on the handheld radio. Really like it.
Steven P on Mar 31, 2016
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!
Robert B on Jul 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the SR10 and it came with about a 5-6 foot extension cord for the PTT button in the package.
I am planning a road trip, some bikes, some cars. Could I use this product with a two way radio and would those in the cars be able to talk/listen to us on the bikes?
Eileen W on Oct 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.

Good luck.
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".
A shopper on Jul 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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 helps
Will the SR10 work with the new 20S?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the SR10 will work with the 20S. This is the current setup that I have to connect a non-bluetooth radar detector to the head unit. It works without issue.
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?

Your help is greatly appreciated.
A shopper on Jan 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Has the SR10 been paired successfully with a Scala Q2?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Can I connect an MP3 player or my Sirius radio to this?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2012
BEST ANSWER: You can connect either of those via the port on the SMH-10 controller. Not bluetooth unless you get a bluetooth adapter to connect your mp3 or Sirius radio to first.
I have just purchased a 2008 Goldwing 1800 without a CB. Most of the people I ride with use CB's and the Goldwing 1500 I just sold was so equipped. I had planned to instal a Hondaline CB on the 2008 bike. Is there a way to utilize the SR10 with it and helemt headsets. Since the bike has handlebar controls installed at the factory for the CB I would like to use them rather than the push to talk sipplied by Sena. Is this possible?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Call Honda Tech support and then call Sena Tech support and ask the same question; then compare answers. All I know is that the SR10 works fine with a CB radio if you have the proper Sena connector cord to the radio. To use a PTT cord made by Honda, you would probably have to have an electronics technician cut both the Sena PTT and Honda PTT cords and do some soldering.
Will the SR 10 pair with the BMW Motorrad bluetooth system?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not sure about the Motorrad system, but isn't it made by Garmin? My Garmin Nuvi 850 wouldn't connect to the SR10 by bluetooth, but it did via an audio cable. Then I paired the SR10 to my Sena headset via bluetooth.