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Schuberth SRC System for Schuberth C3 Helmets
The SRC-System is a communication system which is integrated into the acoustic collar. You can install it in your helmet in just a few minutes according to the plug and play principle. Developed in partnership with Cardo Systems, the SRC is a fully integrated bluetooth communication system.
- Intercom between rider and pillion passenger
- Bike-to-bike intercom (up to 300m)
- Intercom conference mode for 3 bikers
- Mobile phone, MP3, GPS connection
- Integrated FM radio with RDS
- All Schuberth Women's C3W Helmets will take a size "XXS - LG" SRC system
Please ensure you have selected the correct size range that corresponds to your Schuberth C3 Helmet size
- ex. If your helmet is a size Medium you would select size range "XXS-LG"
Up to 3 motorcyclists can communicate simultaneously with the SRC-System. Under ideal conditions the range is up to 300 meters. range of up to 300 meters depending on the terrain and visual contact
- Automatic re-establishment of a connection when it is cut off
- Automatic connection set-up by speaking
- Automatic connection shut-down after 30 seconds silence, two-channel system for communication
The connection between a mobile phone with Bluetooth capability and SRCS is extremely simple to set up. Incoming calls can be accepted with a voice command and using the keys of the SRC-System. This also applies for navigation devices with Bluetooth capability. After the SRC-System has been connected to the GPS device, the rider can receive the voice instructions conveniently over the two ear-phones.
- Simple control possible by means of voice commands (VOX)
Most commonly available MP3 players can be connected to the SRC-System via the multifunctional USB interface. If the MP3 device supports Bluetooth A2DP technology, no cable is required.
- Easy to connect thanks to USB
- Simple control using the SRC-System's control keys
The integrated FM radio now enables you to listen to your favorite station while you are travelling. Thanks to the RDS function the strongest signal for the selected frequency is always picked up, even at high speeds.
- Store up to six radio stations.
- RDS function for automatic station adjustment
- User-defined programming possible with SRCS software
Note: The SRC System is only compatible with Schuberth C3 and C3W Helmets.
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Reviews & Questions
After a couple of years of use the only annoying thing is the voice command. You have to yell in order to make it work (which is quite fun when you are at a stop light and have pedestrians around…)
- Ambient noise cancellation: when I'm talking to anyone they think I'm in my office even at +100 mph.
- Sound clarity: 100% clear especially since this fits into the most quiet modular helmet on the market. If you have an aftermarket racing exhaust, the drone will distort the people talking to you, but that's your purchasing decision and not an SRC issue.
- Bluetooth connectivity: if you read the manual/website or even called Schuberth North America the first thing they ask is if you updated it to 3.0.x. If not your bluetooth does not AD2P connected, thus eliminating most IPHONE features. Buying it now, it is preloaded. Iphone SIRI - press the phone button once, SIRI pops up, gives you the tone, say your command. If you're unintelligible she won't recognize you with or without a microphone. Easiest way to find out, ask her to Dial a number and not a person. Could be you. Also make sure your phone has headset controls turned on. Bluetooth headset controls are different than line-in controls.
Controls: The trick is to look for the ridges between the buttons. Pay attention to the ridges and your $400 contraption is stupid simple.
Software: Yes it comes with updateable software that allows you to turn every feature on/off or modify the settings. Key things to modify out the box - radio station presets and whether you want the other controls on/off.
Loudness: The only issue I face depending on which phone I use - particulary the Iphone for whatever reason. My samsung has amazing clarity, and volume range. The system also automatically adjust volume levels which is a big+.
Intercom: Ding! you found where your extra $100 went. You can connect to any Scala rider Intercom headset in full duplex which means your headset operates just like the G4 from Cardo. Here's the differences - a Q2 pro multiset is a master slave relationship where if you have multiple bikes each bike can talk to the master, but not to eachother. The G4 allows for 2 or more simultaneous connections allowing you to talk to 2+ other intercoms at the same time or a 3 way conversation. You get the G4 technology in your SRC without having an external device attached to your helmet.
I've had mine long enough to have a speaker blow out. Called up Schuberth, they issued an RMA to Revzilla and they shipped me an advanced replacement. Find better service than that!
I purchased the Schuberth SRC to compliment my Schuberth C3 that I recently acquired. I was moving up from a Cardo Scala Q2 that I had installed on a Shoei X12.
When I first purchased my C3, I did not find that it stopped the wind noise as much as I anticipated it would. While riding I was able to quiet down the helmet by placing my hand near the neck roll. Many reviews of the SRC indicated that the neck roll was thicker, so one of the reasons for my purchase of the SRC was in hopes of quieting down the helmet. Which in my case it did very well... however read below.
Installation was a snap.I placed my C3 on the helmet bag during installation to avoid scratches. Just take your time. I immediately updated the firmware of the SRC once it was fully charged. This too, was straight forward and easy to do. Another nice touch was that it was possible to set your radio stations right in the software. Those who have setup radio stations on a Q2 know how tedious that can be...
With the SRC installed, you have to adjust the way you put the helmet on. The neck roll is significantly thicker and stiffer, and at first can be painful to put the helmet on and off your head. Spreading the helmet open a bit helps. The instructions state that you must remove the velcro'd windguard from the C3 to allow adequate room for the mike boom. While it does make it easier, I don't find this entirely necessary and will probably leave it in if I want additional noise elimination on extra long rides.
Immediately upon my first ride, my hopes of quieting down the helmet more with the SRC were confirmed. Much less windnoise was immediately apparent, and even better ventilation from the top vent due to the better seal around my neck.
However, the main reason of the SRC is for the comm and speakers. In some ways I was left hoping for more.
As I previously stated, I moved up from a Scala Q2. As such, the sound quality from the SRC is better as is to be expected since it now has A2DP and apparently better speakers. Where I previously had to have the Q2 in my Shoei X12 on the loudest setting, this is not so on the SRC. In fact, I'm at 1/2 of the usable volume level. The controls can be a little difficult to find with gloves on, but I find that I'm getting used to it by feeling the ridges.
It is not however all gold and glory...
The reception, or lack of, is of major concern for a product of this price range.
I paired my SRC with my wife's Q2. Our range has been significantly reduced. In fact there are even times when she is riding only a few bike lengths behind me and the connection is full of static to the point of being useless. I found that disconnecting and reconnecting sometimes works.
FM reception is rather poor as well.
I am sure that the reception issues are due to the fact that the antenna is concealed inside the neck roll inside the helmet. There is a youtube video where someone added additional wire to the antenna of the SRC which visibly improved reception. I may look into this. However one would expect that Schuberth would have addressed this in such an expensive product. It is after-all a comm system - which seems to have a major issue in that regard.
I should also note that my wife's Scala Q2 is not able to initiate an intercom session with me on my SRC. I will be contacting Scala / Schuberth about this as well.
I really like how the system is part of the neck roll. Very clean. The helmet is just as comfortable as before, even after removing the small velcro patch under the chin.
The boom mic is interesting. Have to get it in the right spot to close and lock the helmet. Had to take off the foam piece because it was directly against my mouth. With that removed can put the mic against the inside of the helmet and not know it is there. I've been told it sounds good from the other end of a call. Apparently the mic can take quite a bit of bending, which it will every time you put it on. Easy to get used to.
Volume is great. I wear ear plugs and still don't turn it up all the way. If you think its not very loud you should probably check the bluetooth volume on your device, get hearing aids, or just take advantage of the quieter helmet.
Sound quality is ok. I don't expect much low range in these types of systems but these speakers are the best I've heard so far.
Haven't used the FM radio while riding. But standing in my house I got good reception of the major radio stations in the area.
It was more than I wanted to spend, but I said the same thing about the helmet! I'm over it and enjoying it.
over 2 years ago
This SRC system fits nicely with the C3 and does add any wind noise. The controls are simple and easy enough to operate. A cheat-sheet sticker could have helped for the first few weeks.
The sound is great and I honestly never use the maximum volume... even at highway speed. When I call my wife, she definitively knows I'm riding but understand everything clearly.
I'm a bit disappointed with the boom-mic. It's bulky, always in my mouth. And closing the face-shield is now award. I need 3 hands! The mike always gets in the way. Basically the cable is pinched by the neck guard. I would have expected more for an OEM integrated system...
The control unit (left) and the battery (right) add some serious stiffness to the collar. It obviously needs to be broken in, and I need to pull the two sides of the helmet apart if i don't want to rip my ears off...
All in all it's a good systems. Connection, quality and easy of use are better than the competition. my big problem is the discomfort. Also, I haven't tried the intercom yet. I will as soon as my wife gets hers...
As far as getting the firmware upgrade, I have two PC's both running Windows 7. One of them could not install the firmware update. The Shuberth instructions indicate that this may happen and directions are to use another computer. If you don't have another handy, you can't install the firmware update. As far as the sound quality, sounds pretty good and pairs with my iphone and GPS fairly easily. The function buttons are too small. With winter gloves it's very cumbersome to press any of the function buttons.
You can only communicate with two other riders which is a limitation of this set. I recommend this product only because of it's streamlined fit, but it needs some improvement.
In the end, this went up on Ebay along with the C3. I just never did adapt to it. Great design, though!
Do all of the voice command functions still work?
I do remember when I purchased the SRC for my C3, it was model and size specific. Hope this helps..
I have a Schuberth C3 with the SRC intercom system, which I really enjoy. I unfortunately lost the USB adapter cable and am unable to charge the system. I was wondering if you have a USB charging cable available for purchase and if so how I would go about purchasing one? Thanks for your help,
I am able to charge mine with my smart phone charger.as long 1 end has a micro USB end to fit into the src and the other end can be any size USB and as long as you have a power source for it such as your computer or adapter that came with your phone X cetera you should be able to get it charged hope this helps