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Cardo Freecom 4 Headset -Duo Pack
The Cardo Freecom 4 is an advanced bike-to-bike communication system. With the intuitive Smartset app, you can control your Cardo Freecom communicator from your iPhone or Android with some of the most seamless phone integration functionality the moto-world has seen in a Bluetooth headset.
- Full 4-way bike-to-bike conferencing at a range of up to 0.75miles (1.2km)
- Cardo Gateway for intercom with non-Cardo headsets
- 2 Bluetooth channels to connect with phone/GPS devices
- Click-to-link for spontaneous intercom conversations
- Phone features include make/receive/reject calls, speed dial, conference call with intercom
- Stereo Bluetooth (A2PD) for wireless music streaming with music sharing between rider and passenger
- Built-in FM radio with RDS and radio sharing
- Parallel audio streaming so music and GPS instructions continue during intercom calls
- Customizable voice control technology (VOX
- Customizable speaker volume (through AGC) for different ambient noise levels
- Cardo Smartset app compatible with iOS and Android
- Customize setting and software updates through Cardo community
- Multilingual setting menu and voice announcements
- Interchangeable hybrid and corded microphones
- Slim HD replaceable 40mm stereo speakers
- IP67 waterproof and dustproof
- Up to 13 hours talk time
- Bluetooth 4.1
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Reviews & Questions
Install was the same as any other: some effort, but doable. No better nor worse than any others.
Speakers are good, mic works. 'nuff said.
The problem is in actual daily use. Whomever decided to kick on the "VOX" intercom after a 10 sec delay (and keep it on for another 20 seconds after you're done) obviously never actually had to converse with human beings with these. By the time the intercom kicks in, I'd forgotten what I had to say, and whatever hazard my wife wanted to warn me about - we've already hit it. Thanks a lot. It's a MOTORCYCLE! Things can and do happen FAST!
And once the intercom comes on, the BT music reverts to "secondary" status, meaning it drops volume and you no longer have control of it. Imagine if your favorite TV or movie did this whenever you asked to "Please pass the popcorn!" and then stayed low for another 20 seconds! You'd get tired of that really fast. But some engineer thinks this is how humans want to operate, so that is what you get out of the box (not just from Cardo).
There is an alternative, however: If you feel comfortable and safe slapping the side of your head all day every time you want to say something, good luck. All of the BT intercoms make you do this. Amazingly stupid design.
And sharing music? Nice feature, but I hope you don't have to talk to anyone while you're doing it, 'cuz you can't. Again, Cardo: did you actually use this product before you sold it? I'd bet not. Define "INTERCOM"!
On the plus side, the noise gain is amazing, meaning that people don't even know you're riding while on the phone. Same for intercom, (at least for the 50% of the time it connected - not good). But don't let the wind anywhere near your mic, then it's just garbled gibberish.
I use a lot of intercoms in other vocations, and new BT bike 'coms are the most horribly designed interfaces known to man. Leave the darn channel open so we can actually converse, program out the noise, and let me play music at my volume while I'm talking, as I would in any room on the planet I may walk into. My Starcom1 lets me do this so it's not impossible.
If you want to know how VOX and intercoms really are supposed to work, go find a pilot and fly an airplane. That is how they are supposed to function. I highly recommend these engineers give Garmin or Avidyne a call and get some tips.
Until these engineers get out of their offices and into the real world on a motorcycle, I'm staying with my trusty wired intercom that works flawlessly for us humans who like to actually talk to each other.
1 year ago
Overall I'm very happy with this purchase and it works great. Battery life also seems to be very good.
Here are a few things I've discovered:
1- The communication channel with another rider automatically shuts off after about 2 minutes without talking. To wake it up again (or to make sure another rider is still hearing you), start a new conversation with a loud "PUH" sound (like the first sound in "pop-corn"). This sound seems to do a good job waking the unit back up so that when you start actually talking again, the other rider(s) can hear you.
2- Range is obviously going to be better in wide open flat terrain. If you're separated by bends in the road or on different streets and separated by buildings, your range may be as short as only a few blocks.
3- When commuting, I mostly just tune into FM radio. You can add stations without hooking the device up to your computer but I kept accidentally saving stations I didn't actually want saved. Adding stations while the device was connected to the computer was much easier.
4- It's easy to sync the device to a cell phone. I've been able to listen to streaming music (spotify) on my iPhone but I imagine Pandora or another streaming service would be just as simple on an Android device as well.
The instructions aren't the best and the unit isn't extremely intuitive but stick with it. You'll figure it out.
1 year ago
Do not recommend.
1 year ago