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Sena SMH10R Bluetooth Headset
The SMH10R is a Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headset with long-range Bluetooth intercom designed specifically for sportbike riders who prefer smaller form factor for maximizing their riding performance, yet maintaining rich features of Bluetooth intercom. With the SMH10R, you can call handsfree on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions of GPS navigation by Bluetooth wirelessly, and have intercom conversations in full duplex with other riders.
Thanks to the latest Bluetooth and the advanced digital signal processing technology inherited from the SMH10, the SMH10R offers the best sound quality for both incoming and outgoing sound in its class. Also, its super thin and compact form factor contribute higher performance for sports bike riding and it makes the SMH10R a perfect companion of sports bike riders.
- Universal Intercom: Allows allows pairing to other brands of Bluetooth headsets
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Bluetooth intercom up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
- Ultra slim & feather light
- Four-way conference intercom
- Conference phone call with intercom participant
- Multipoint for mobile phone+GPS
- Voice prompts
- Bluetooth stereo headset for Bluetooth audio devices such as MP3 players
- Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: Play, pause, track forward and track back
- Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booster
- Bluetooth handsfree for Bluetooth mobile phones
- Bluetooth headset or stereo headset for Bluetooth GPS navigation
- Water resistant for use in inclement weather
- Crystal clear and natural sound quality
- Can be used while charging on road trip
- Individual volume control for each audio source
- Firmware upgradeable
- Peace of mind - thanks to the two-year warranty
- Talk time: 8 hours
- Stand-by time: 7 days
- Intercom working distance up to 900 meters (980 yards) in open terrain
- Operating temperature: -10°C ~ 55°C (14°F ~ 131°F)
- Dimensions: 70.7 mm x 36.6 mm x 15.5 mm (2.8 in x 1.4 in x 0.6 in)
- Charging time: 2.5 hours
- Type: Lithium polymer battery
- Advanced Noise Control: Improved wind and engine noise reduction
- Sidetone: Now you can hear yourself talk similar to a Goldwing or Harley Davidson intercom
- Built-in SBC Codec
- Noise cancellation
- Wind noise reduction
- Wide volume control
- Sample rate: 48kHz (DAC)
- Profiles: Headset Profile, Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
- Bluetooth 3.0
- CE, FCC and IC Certificates
- Headset Main Unit
- Attachable Boom Microphone
- Wired Microphone
- Replaceable Battery Pack
- USB Power & Data Cable
- Cigarette Charger
- User’s Guide
Please Note: Some of the above features require updating to the latest firmware version. The firmware is a free download from Sena Technologies.
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Reviews & Questions
I used to wear high quality noise canceling earbuds while riding and even though it was awesome being able to listen to music at a great quality while riding, it became annoying after a while to have to have the earbuds sit just right when putting on the helmet, and having to redo the whole process if they fall out (if happens when riding - having to pull over and taking off gloves, helmet, etc - not fun). Also I had no control over the music, so I had to put more thought into the playlists before riding, etc.
So I picked up the SMH10R and right after the first ride I could tell that it was a justified purchase. Installation took a little bit of strategy to figure out how to run and hide the wiring (I did a pretty ninja job, including putting the battery pack inside the liner - if you're going to do the same make sure it's in a safe spot that won't cause injury on impact).
I read the manual front to back - this thing can do a lot, and it was overwhelming, so I followed along and studied just the things I needed from the manual: setup and connecting to phone, play music, skip track, and volume. Pairing was pretty straight forward. So was playing music, track +/-, and volume +/-. It was now time to take it on the road.
The speaker quality wasn't as good as having earbuds in the ears, but that was obviously completely expected. They were actually better than I expected though. And I could have it playing really loud without any distortion, but I didn't even need it that loud.
Finding the right button to click was a slight challenge at first with thick leather gloves that weren't broken in yet. It was much easier with a non-leather glove, but I'm not going to be wearing those again. After a few days, I was completely used to the SMH10R for my own needs.
I got a phone call during my first few rides with the SMH10R, and I had no idea how to answer, so I just guessed to hit the big/main button, and that did the trick. I was going about 45mph at the time, and not only could I hear the other person really well and at a high quality, but they actually had to ask me if I was on my bike at the time, and my bike is pretty loud (650cc parallel with unsilenced yoshi exhaust). When they call was over I just waited for them to hang up because I wasn't sure if I was supposed to hold down the button or to just click it.
The battery life is phenomenal. I've used it for maybe at least 20 days straight, avg 4 hours a day, without a single charge. It could be even more but I don't want to sound like I'm exaggerating especially when I don't remember specifically. I'll try to keep track next time.
Well worth the money. Only had to pair with the phone once when setting up - it will find the phone and autconnect thereafter. It has a lot of functionality, a lot I won't use, and with only 3 buttons, you will need to refer to the manual any time you are trying a new feature (unless you have a photogenic/eidetic memory). So say you're going to meet up with people who have a Sena or other brand headset, bring the manual or know how to look it up online.
I will definitely pick up another one for my passenger helmet regardless of whether I will keep this girlfriend around or not.
Installation was very easy. I decided to permanently mount the control unit with the provided double-sided tape. They give you the option of using that or a hook-and-loop option. The battery is hook-and-loop only, which is because eventually (after 2 years or so) it will wear out and need to be replaced, just like any other Li-Ion battery. There are also multiple options for mounting the microphone (they provide a boom mic as well as a stick-on mic) and earphones. The various wires were easy to tuck behind my helmet's padding.
It is very low profile--doesn't add any wind noise that I can detect.
The buttons are large--very easy to find and operate with gloves on.
The biggest complaint I have with it is remembering how to operate it.
Most everything is done by tapping, double-tapping or holding down one of the three buttons on the control unit for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 seconds, followed by a low, mid, high or multiple beeps and/or a voice prompt. If that sounds confusing it's because it truly is, especially with so many functions to remember. I plan to drill the one or two main features that I will use into my head, and hopefully I will remember them when I need them.
Have not had a chance to use the intercom function with anyone yet, but I have used it to listen to music, navigation and receive phone calls. Works well for that. Once I am confident I can learn to operate the thing proficiently, I will probably get another for my passenger. Or I may get one of the regular SMH10 units instead, if it is easier to operate. Don't want to have to give a lecture on how to use it to my passenger. But I haven't looked into that yet.
Had no difficulty pairing it to my HTC One V.
If I were to nitpick, I wish I could remove the battery from the helmet and charge it separately. Instead, the battery has a proprietary connector which connects to the control unit, and the USB port for charging the battery is on the control unit. Which, since I have the control unit permanently attached to the helmet, this means I must bring the entire helmet to the charger rather than just the battery. I think they could have done that a bit smarter, but I guess they wanted only a single USB port on the device, and putting it on the control unit was necessary in order to upgrade its firmware.
I use this device every day I ride. Absolutely love being able to listen to music, make calls, get directions, and communicate with passengers and other riders. Not sure how anyone rides without one of these things. Especially when carrying a passenger. It's super helpful to be able to see how they are doing, give and receive feedback, and just have a fun conversation while riding together.
The noise cancellation in these is also quite impressive. I've used this for numerous phone calls while on the freeway and nobody has ever been able to tell that I'm on my motorcycle. I've also used it with the visor open, communicating with a passenger and it rarely ever transmits any wind noise through the mic.
I recommend this unit to everyone who rides because I love it so much. It's low profile, the battery lasts a long time, it works great, and helps add so much to the motorcycle riding experience.
It's loud, it's easy to use, it's not a big block hanging off the side of your helmet. It's perfect.
Voice activating calls works perfect. The call quality is ridiculous. My girlfriend had no idea I was doing 97mph down the freeway :)
A must grab for anybody looking for a slim line bluetooth.
If I have to get picky: bass is a little weak (but who cares) and using thick winter gloves takes some practice. But this is all mitigated by the overall performance. It the best out there. I have used/tried them all.
The sound quality is great, and this headset makes riding so much more enjoyable. at the right volume setting I can hear both the revs and the music (the traffic sounds fade out, which is both good and bad). the controls are not the easiest when wearing gloves, but it's manageable.
I,m amazed by the sound quality (I know the difference between overpriced beats and a good pair of under-priced audiotechnica headphones). Given the size, the wire gauge and the application these are awesome.
I've connected the headset to my iPhone 6+and it works fine. I can't get it to work with HEY SIRI no matter what I do.
I have a battery pack in my pocket that charges the phone, which is a requirement for HEY SIRI.
Has anyone been able to get HEY SIRI to work?
1 year ago
First, I love the low profile. It looks awesome on my helmet.
I had no problems installing it on a Shoei Rf-1200.
It is very loud on my helmet. I do not know why people are complaining about not being loud enough. Then again, I guess is because I have very good hearing.
When I make calls people can hear me loud and clear. I have had not problems with the connection so far and I can hear people loud and clear as well.
The installation took a while but was easy overall. I love the fact that you can choose between the double tape or the velcro option. I used velcro for the unit and double tape for the battery on the back.
Overall is a great bluetooth set for the price. I paid $160. If you can get it for lower even better.
over 2 years ago
My primary reason for buying it was to listen to music wirelessly while riding, and for future intercom capability when riding in groups should I ever run into anyone else with a helmet headset. I am currently using it on my Scorpion EXO-710 matte-black helmet in size medium.
Installation was kind of a P.I.T.A., not due to lack of clear instructions or difficulty, but just due to trying to wedge everything into the right spot. It took me maybe 1.5 hours total, and I'm kind of a tech-geek. Removing the helmet liner and moving the impact foam out of the way for the wiring while trying to avoid scratching up the exterior was tricky as everything is very tight in the helmet. I just used a couple of folded microfiber towels to pad the working surface.
My helmet has recessed speaker pockets which are a bit small in diameter for the speakers that come with the Sena to fit into, so I cut the speaker spacer pads down to size and used them to fill the pockets. This mounts the speakers flush against the rest of the impact foam and puts the speakers almost in full contact with my ears inside the helmet. Due to the helmet liner having speaker/ear covers, this is not uncomfortable at all.
Once I settled on positioning and mounting, I plugged the unit into my computer and installed the free Sena software to ensure the unit had the latest firmware, which it did. The operation of the unit itself is pretty easy, though probably a bit more convoluted than the larger headsets with jog dials(press, press-and-hold, multi-key press, etc). I use the headset with my iPhone 6 and it works very well for calls, music, and nav directions, with easy controls for answering/hanging up, track selection, volume control, play/pause functionality.
My one gripe with this product is the lack of speaker quality/sound quality. I'll be pretty harsh on this topic as I am a hobbyist musician/audiophile. The sound quality on these speakers is less than the standard iPhone/iPod white earbud headphones. They can get ear-splittingly loud, but there is essentially no bass response at any volume. You will need to move them around on their velcro mounts to get them seated/angled on your ears to get the best sound out of them. Without adjustment, you might not hear anything(I thought one was dead out of the box until I moved it). But even in their optimal positions for me, they're not good for any modern music. Phone calls are pretty clear, voice prompts are pretty clear, navigation is pretty clear, but anything with bass and its right out the window. I will be ordering the Sena SMH10R Earbud Adapter Cable and using some sound isolating earbuds with this very soon. I had previously just been using earbuds with a wire tethering me to my RAM-Mounted phone, but its not very safe and pretty annoying to move around with.
Overall, I am happy with the purchase. I recommend the unit, but caution that if you are into bass-heavy music(even modern metal and any electronic music is dependent on bass), you'll certainly share my opinion and should order the earbud adapter cable with the unit. I will point out, that with some earplugs and the volume cranked up some, it kind of works out. Still light on bass, but at least you're not wrecking your hearing with all the top end sizzle.
over 2 years ago
Sena has had great reviews and since BRP has picked sena as there brand partner (my wife has a Spyder) I would get one of those to be able to talk to her.
I pick the SMH10R for its size and the fact that I like all the components to be able to be disconnected. Got it a week or so before the ride and mounted it on my Nolan 102, everything went well, the fact that the speakers and mic disconnect from the main unit make install a breeze. rode with it for about a week going to and from work learning to use it many features.
now for the bad.
On day 2 of my 3000 mile 10 day ride. the left speaker stopped working. tried disconnecting all plugs and reconnecting them. no joy. so I rode the rest of the trip with only the right speaker working.
I get home and read the warranty and I can only deal with the people I purchased it from. now this is with in 30 days of buying the unit. i call revzilla and they say I have to send it back to them and they will deal with Sena.
Do I get a replacement unit, no. I get 4 to 8 weeks of no communications while I wait for my BRAND NEW unit to be either repaired or replaced. in which I get no say on a BRAND NEW device.
Will i buy another Sena? good question, its going to have to preform very good for the next year or two.
I might mention that everyone else on my ride had Scala headsets and none of them had any problems at all.
However you can easily download an FM radio app on your mobile device and connect via bluetooth.