ChatterBox GMRS X1 Bluetooth Communicator Kit

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    ChatterBox GMRS X1 Bluetooth Communicator Kit

    Chatterbox introduces the new and improved GMRS X1 Bluetooth edition. We took the most powerful unit on the market and gave it the Bluetooth Technology that everyone has been asking for.

    Now you can pair up to two accessory devices at a time without the use of wires. Answer your Bluetooth cell phone, listen to your Ipod/Mp3 player (w/Bluetooth adapter) or get voice prompted directions from your bluetooth GPS. The new features also include a Hi-Fi sound noise reducing headset and 22 channels to choose from when communicating.

    Features:
    • Hi-Fi noise reducing headset
    • Large illuminated LCD display
    • VOX (voice activated)
    • PTT (push to talk)
    • Full duplex intercom
    • Bluetooth wireless connection to phone, audio, or GPS in stereo sound
    • High capacity rechargeable Ni-MH battery
    • Available for full and open face helmets
    • Up to 5 miles of coverage
    • 22 channels, 38 talk groups

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    • Item # 13027
    • SKU #123455
    • Mfr. Part # CBX1BTFKIT

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    Great product...once again!

    This is my 3rd Chatterbox over the years and I still love the product. Easy to install...easy to operate also. I have the Bluetooth slim model and love it. It works great with my iPod so no problems there. The only thing I wish is that I could run my headphones through the unit and still be able to communicate instead of using the headphones that come with it. Other than that...perfect!

    Travis - March 26, 2012

    (Jonesborough, TN)

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    Chatterbox GMRS X1

    All is well except the charging unit is supposed to have output voltage of 12 volts and mine puts out .38v wont charge battery. Lucky I have friends with the same unit.

    Jerry H. - June 09, 2011

    (Redvers, SK)

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    Mr.

    The GMRS X1 is an excellent product. It works well. I will recommend to all my friends.

    Paul D. - January 18, 2011

    (South El Monte, CA)

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    Tech Help

    Everyone wants high quality mics that work at high speed, unfortunately many don't know how the technology works. If anyone is experiencing low volume transmission it's because the mics need to be as close to the lips as possible. If you have to throw your voice inches into a mic, by the time it gets to the mic the volume is reduced. Therefor the mic assumes the voice is background noise and will reduce it. Try placing the mic almost if not touching the lips.

    Ramon - September 24, 2010

    (La Mirada, CA)

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    communication

    Works great, just need to work on the Bluetooth part. Can’t hear that good when using the phone; volume does not get loud enough. But communication with other chatterboxes is great.

    Paul S - July 15, 2010

    (Lakewood, CA)

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    Poorest Instruction Manual

    I acquired the Chatterbox GMRS X1 based on reviews on line. Have been unable to figure out how to make the product work based on the instructions that came with it. At this time I certainly would not recommend the product. The manufacturer really needs to improve the operating manual.

    Harvey - April 14, 2010

    (Vero Beach, FL)

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    Nice Units

    These are great just make sure your helmet is quiet enough....I have a new RF-100 and can barely hear my wife on the other end...and I am on a Ducati...the push-to-talk is great!

    Darryl Makepeace - February 18, 2010

    (San Diego, CA)

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    Bluetooth GMRS X1 Chatterbox

    I have none of the problems mentioned in other reviews. Most of the people I ride ATVs with have these. They're invaluable for keeping groups together and updated on trail conditions and traffic. We use PTT. With MX helmets VOX picks up too much wind and engine noise. Bluetooth works flawlessly for my MP3 player. It took a little adjusting to get the volume right. The MP3 battery goes dead long before the Chatterbox battery. Chatterbox has excellent customer service if there is ever a problem with the unit.

    Fred - December 02, 2009

    (Pigeon Falls, WI)

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    Chatter Box Review

    This is the sixth or seventh Chatterbox that I have purchased. It and two others are the only ones that work. The others were defective out of the box and would only stay on for limited periods of time even when plugged into an "on-the-vehicle" power source, so it’s not the battery. My riding group has found it very effective to be able to talk on trips and so far Chatter Box is the only company we have found that makes a bike-to-bike device so we are going to stick with it until a more reliable product comes along.

    Jerry Selman - October 22, 2009

    (Jasper, AL)

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    great idea, cool gaget

    I like the product a lot, made my life easier and fun despite the down sides. The most inconvenient thing was the battery life. I’m still not sure how long the battery life will last next time I go on a trip. The vox had to be turn down to save battery if use accidently shut it down it was hard to pair it up again. The volume of mp3 was too high or too low. I wish the helmet mount was more secure but next time will mount it on handle bars. I wish there was permanent external power adapter to battery. I still would recommended it.2009 vulcan 900 with htc fuse cell, the other hd streetglide iphone both full face helmet.

    john - October 06, 2009

    (Altadena, CA)

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    Chatterbox Bluetooth

    I have been using the Chatterbox units since the first gen. They have came a long way since they started. Until you have used these units for a while the VOX make some people down the units. But TRUST me it works well. My wife and I talk to each other just like we are sitting in the family room at the house, and we both have aftermarket exhaust.I have rode in a group of as many as 6 and we all chatted fine. If you are using a high output mp3 or zune or Ipod you will have NO problem hearing the music. Only the cheep low output $30 mugs you will have a hard time hearing. Been there done that. The ONLY downfall this unit has is that from time to time when you hit the button used for answering the phone it won’t pick up. Be patient and learn how to use the unit and you will like it.

    Kevin Patterson - July 30, 2009

    (Concord, VA)

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    GMRS X1

    I am not very great with electronics and so it has taken a little time to get the thing set up but I feel very good about my purchase. I have pared my Garmin GPS with the chatterbox and it works really well. I have my own headphones which are the challenger molded fit and I have wired them into the chatterbox. I can hear very well. My friend had one on our last trip and I could hear him well most of the time. When we were traveling next to some high voltage lines I was not able to hear. It was great being able to talk. I have just purchased the bluetooth device to attach to my Ipod. Looking forward to get it setup as well.

    Greg Cochran - July 20, 2009

    (Vernal, UT)

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    Not enough volume to overcome wind noise

    I have a flip up closed face helmet and past 30 mph can't get enough volume to even hear the mp3 player or GPS Lowrance unit voice commands. Note: (Regular jack type earphones work great)I was trying to eliminate the wire, boy what a $500 mistake Volume has to be controlled by bluetooth enabled unit, and volume button on GMRSx1. even if volume is maxed out on mp3 increasing volume on GMRSx1 does not provide enough volume to hear very well. Volume is pre-set if you use a direct audio input cable from mp3 to Chatterbox GMRSx1 unit. I bought the noise reducing headset but not noticeably better than standard headset!

    Eric Lyons - May 22, 2009

    (Port Republic, MD)

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    Chatterbox GMRS X1 Bluetooth

    I am very disappointed in the audio quality of this unit. The fidelity of the speakers do not fit voice frequencies well. I have a hard time understanding others on this unit. As an aside, I have over 50 years experience in two-way radio service and am very familiar with what good audio on this type of system should be. Also, the audio level of the transmitter is very low. Others have told me that I need to shout to be heard at all. All in all, this unit falls far short of any radio in this price range.

    Robert VanFossen - May 19, 2009

    (New Market, VA)

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    Chatterbox Bluetooth

    I consider myself fairly capable with technology and have used several Blue Tooth products without issue - so far after two weeks of trying I gave up on trying to sync both my phone and iPod with this unit - also unit is difficult to hear - still have not got it working the way I would expect $450 worth of technology to work. Will keep trying

    Don - April 29, 2009

    (Winchester, VA)
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