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Sena SM10 DIN Cable For Honda Gold Wing
3.5mm Stereo Jack to 5 pin DIN Cable for Honda Gold Wing.
Approximately 9 inches long when coiled.
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Reviews & Questions
I believe SENA intends for this to be used with their Bluetooth transmitter http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/sena-sm10-dual-stream-bluetooth-stereo-transmitter , and the cable is too short to use it as is, but by adding a female to female adapter and a 2 ft. 3.5MM stereo audio cable (or a 2 ft female to male cable) you can attach to SMH10 headset via the Aux port on the back of the helmet mounting plate. This enables me to listen to all of my Goldwing electronics with good sound quality via the helmet speakers. The only drawback is I can not transmit over the CB.
I was very happy just to find a simple and relatively inexpensive solution to maintaining use of my Goldwing electronics (except the CB) while moving to Bluetooth headsets.
One note of caution: I have not yet tried listening to my Goldwing electronics while using the intercom riding with my friends. I think this may be mutually exclusive, but I'm not sure.