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Cardo Pack Talk BOLD Bluetooth Headset - Duo Pack
Good technology should only compliment your riding experience. With Cardo BOLD, an advanced Natural Voice Operation platform keeps your hands on your bars where they belong. "Hey Cardo, music on", "Hey Cardo, next track", "Hey Cardo, mute audio"; a full suite of menu navigation lies right within easy reach of your vocal fingertips.
The revolutionary Scala Rider PackTalk features dual-core wireless technologies for a stable and active communication network. The Bluetooth mode offers legacy by featuring full backward compatibility with other Scala Rider models. The DMC mode will compliment and expand standard Bluetooth connectivity by offering group communication that is far superior to any other existing alternatives.
DMC technology constantly forms and re-assembles its virtual network, and assures that communication among large groups remains uninterrupted irrespective of the ever-changing environment. Whenever a Cardo PackTalk user cannot directly connect with group members who are beyond the reach of the intercom, it will re-connect to the next most suitable member in the group in order to ‘leapfrog’ the connection to the remote PackTalk user. This system is virtually seamless and adjusts within split seconds to maintain an active network.
When the weather gets tough, the PackTalk keeps going. The PackTalk carries an IP67 waterproof rating. Any rain, sleet, hail or snow will not have an impact on your PackTalk's performance.
Cardo Smartset App for Android and iOS devices enables the use of a smartphone as a remote control. It allows for operation of all main features such as A2DP, intercom, FM radio and mobile calls. The App also features multiple languages - English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
- DMC Intercom mode for multi-party intercom calls over a virtual private network – with up to 15 riders
- IP67 Waterproof and dustproof
- Bluetooth 4.1
Bluetooth Intercom modes:
- Conference Mode
- Toggling between 9 riders
Communication range (line of sight)
- Up to 1 mile/1.6 Km unit-to-unit
- Up to 5 miles/8 Km multi-hop
- Unique roller-wheel interface and control panel for intuitive operation (winter gloves tested)
- Interchangeable hybrid and corded microphones
- Superb audio quality with high-definition replaceable 40mm speakers
- Digital sound processing for audio performance
- Up to 13 hours talk-time / 1 week stand-by
- Advanced voice recognition technology for true hands-free operation
- Multilingual operation and spoken status announcements
- High quality A2DP streaming
- FM radio with RDS and six station built-in presets
- DMC-Dynamic Meshwork Communication (patent pending) technology for large group intercom (at least 10 riders) over a dynamic, auto-adaptive mesh
- Seamless group communication remains unaffected by members leaving or joining the group
- Voice-controlled speed dial
- Voice-control for mobile and intercom calls
- Automatic call transfer from intercom to mobile phone when intercom range is exceeded
- Mobile phone conference call with outside caller and/or intercom partners
- Customizable Hot-Dial number
- GPS instructions, FM radio, MP3 music continues in background during intercom calls
- Rider and passenger can listen to the same stereo music via A2DP
- Best-in-class noise-cancellation algorithms
- Self-adjusting volume according to riding speed and ambient noise
- Cardo Community platform for social features, device customization and software upgrades (range dependent on riding environment)
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Reviews & Questions
I have been using a Sena SMH-10 for the last 6 or 7 years. It still works fine. Battery still lasts all day. I used older stuff before that, but the SMH-10 is my most current frame of reference.
I installed the helmet clamp onto my Shoei RF1200. Kind of a pain, just because of the way the cheek pads have a plastic flange that inserts between the liner and shell, but, in the end, maybe that's better.
My Shoei has little fabric ear flaps that are partially covered by the lining and cheek pads in normal use. Those ear flaps pop right out and there is a round speaker cut out in the shell/lining behind each one. The ear flaps each have a round piece of foam on the back side that normally fills in that speaker cup.
The 40mm speakers with the Bold are virtually a perfect press/friction fit into those speaker cups. However, I didn't notice that at first and I had put the speakers in on top of the ear flaps. Now, I have the ear flaps out and the speakers in the cups. But, I tried the helmet on both ways and I may go back to having the speakers on top. They just barely touched my ears that way. Now, they don't touch my ears at all. I may need to redo them the other way in order to have them be closer to my ears so I can hear well when I'm doing 80 MPH and wearing ear plugs.
My phone is a Galaxy Note 8 and it paired up with each of them, no problem. I was able to listen to music from Google Play, no problem.
I installed the Cardo Connect app on my phone and tried each unit, one at a time, and the Connect app recognized each one. I could not find anything in the Connect app to allow me to see what firmware the units have installed or if there is any update.
At first, I thought the whole "hey cardo" thing didn't work at all. I have now realized that it does work. You just have to use exactly the correct command. "hey cardo, play music" does nothing. I looked at the Quick Start guide and saw the specific commands. "hey cardo, music on" works just fine to make the Google Play music player on my phone resume playing.
I also found that if I say "ok google" it routes that to my phone. I can put on my helmet, turn on the PackTalk, say "hey cardo music on" and it will unpause the Google Play player on my phone. While the music is playing, I can say "ok google", pause, then say "navigate to XYZ" and Google Maps will fire up, figure out where XYZ is (hopefully) and start navigating me there.
Side note: I don't typically leave my music player running on my phone if I'm not using it. I'm not sure what the PackTalk would do if I said "hey cardo music on" and I didn't already have Google Play player running on the phone. But, I THINK what it does is start the PackTalk default music player. In my case, that means it starts playing the one and only MP3 on my phone that is outside of Google Play - some Samsung tune. My first thought was, "so, if I forget to start the Google Play player and load a playlist before I get going, I'm going to have to stop and pull my phone out? That's going to be annoying." Then I tested it and figured out that, if I don't have the player already running, I can say "ok google", pause, then "play xyz". In that case, the phone will start the Google Play player and start playing what I asked for. For my test, I gave it the name of a Google Play radio station I've been listening to and it started it up and started that station playing. Sweet! Once it's going, I can use the "hey cardo" commands to play/pause the music.
What it does if you use some other music player, I have no idea. Can I configure the Cardo Connect app to use Google Play as its default music player? I have no idea, but I will try, at some point.
I also noticed that if I had music playing and said "hey cardo mute audio", it would make the music almost inaudible - but, I could still hear it faintly, and the music kept playing (obviously).
Lastly, I sat on my couch with my helmet on and made a phone call to try that out. My brother said that it sounded like I was talking on a handset, not a BT connection, and that it was actually kind of loud and turned his phone volume down 1 or 2 clicks from the setting he normally uses.
All in all, very promising! I am looking forward to a maybe getting to go for a ride on Sunday and see how well the phone call noise-cancelling works when I'm rolling 80 on the Interstate.
I don't normally ride with others and none of the people I do occasionally ride with have a Cardo unti, so I don't know when I'll get to try out the actual intercom functionality. But, that's not really why I upgraded from my Sena SMH-10, so no big deal (to me).
I'll try to remember to come back and update this review (if updates are allowed) after I actually use the unit while riding.
3 weeks ago