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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
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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 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.

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
  • Clip Kit

Note:  No longer includes DC wall power charger. 2-way radio and connecting cables are sold separately.

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Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter 3.9 5 19 19
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
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
Seems to do everything it claims. So far So good. Works great with FRS GMRS Radio. Can't wait to use on long ride. March 20, 2013
This item worked as promised Excellent product. The Sena SR10 worked exactly as stated. Once I completed the initial charge, the Sena SR10 paired to my Bluetooth helment headset with no effort at all. I then connected (using the correct connection cord) to my handheld two way radio and and transmitted to my headset with no problems. However, the true bonus for me was how clear my non-motorcycle gps sounded on my bluetooth headset. I do reccommend the Sena SR10. March 12, 2013
Don't connect it to motorcycle power! I'm really disappointed in this device because it can't be powered from a 12V source on the motorcycle without introducing a ground loop with another device plugged into it that is also powered from the same 12V source. For instance I have a Midland 75-822 CB radio. When everything is connected and powered from the same 12V power source (and ground) on the motorcycle I get a horrible ground loop any time I press the PTT to activate the CB. I contacted Sena support about this issue and they told me I had received a unit from a bad batch so I returned my unit and they sent another. It exhibited the same problem so they sent me yet another one. The 3rd unit also exhibits the same problem. The only solution I've managed to come up with is to unplug the power cable from the SR10 and let it run off it's battery. Of course that means I need to recharge the unit every night while on a trip. The SR10 also has another issue that makes 2way communications as well as radar detector alerts difficult. It misses the first 2 seconds or so of an audio signal plugged into the SR10 unless the SR10 already has an active BT channel opened on the headset. For instance, if I'm listening to my XM Satellite from my Zumo 665 via bluetooth and someone talks on the CB, I'll miss the first 2 seconds of their message and have to ask them to repeat. In the case of a radar detector, it misses the initial alert altogether. This unit just does deliver. February 21, 2013
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
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
Works as advertised. I have only used this for a handheld CB but it works for my needs. October 22, 2012
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Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-Way Radio Adapter
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jerry K: 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. Apr 10, 2014
alexandre a: Already have Sena SHM-10 Mar 3, 2014
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
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?

Your help is greatly appreciated.
Jan 23, 2014
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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
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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
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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
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A shopper asked: Has the SR10 been paired successfully with a Scala Q2? Apr 21, 2012
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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
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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
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RevZilla: Yes, the Sena SR10 acts as a Bluetooth device(just like a Cell phone with Bluetooth) and will pair with other makes of the Bluetooth communicators such as a Cardo Q2 unit. Apr 27, 2012
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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
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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
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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
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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
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A shopper asked: Can I connect an MP3 player or my Sirius radio to this? Feb 20, 2012
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Walter F.: 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. Mar 15, 2012
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Ragtop: Yes. I have the G4 power set and you can use the provided cord or just do like i do and connect to your smart phone by bluetooth. The sound is Great. Feb 20, 2012
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DeaconBlues: You can physically patch it to AUX1 but it will transmit thru in Mono, not stereo. Dec 3, 2012
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A shopper asked: Anthony mentioned that a separate cable is required to connect to 2-way radios. I have a motorola set, where can i get the cable? Does revzilla sell this? Apr 24, 2012
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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
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RevZilla: Yes, the Sena SR10 2-Way Radio Connector Cable is required and we do carry it. We have linked to the cable below. Apr 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this sync to the blue tooth in my garmin 550? If so will I be able to transmit? Feb 20, 2012
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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
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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 cable
Jul 9, 2012
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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
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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
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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
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A shopper asked: I'm always looking for a product that will connect to my Zumo 550 so that I can get stereo bluetooth music and also handle the microphone input to the Zumo. Nov 15, 2011
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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
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Kris81: You can receive the navigation from the Zumo 550 but no stereo sound. The Zumo 550 is not A2DP Bluetooth. I use my iPhone for stereo sound music Nov 21, 2011
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A shopper asked: i have a BLACK BOX 2 way radio, which cable do i need along with the SR10 ? Nov 18, 2013
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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..

Jim Stroud
Coldwater, Ontario, Canada
Nov 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this product integrate with my Harley 2009 Electra Glide stock CB.? Aug 31, 2013
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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
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A shopper asked: What is the best (most affordable) BT to use w this? Apr 10, 2013
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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
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A shopper asked: Can a rider on a second bike listen to the GPS feed? Jan 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the SR10 to connect a wireless metal connectors or accessories have to be purchased separately? Please provide the URL Thank you Mar 29, 2012
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