ChatterBox XBi2 Bluetooth Wireless Intercom

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    Chatterbox XBi2 with Bluetooth Wireless Intercom

    All the same features ad the XBi, but with additional power that will allow simultaneous communications between 3 riders with up to 500 meters (1,640ft.) range in optimum conditions.

    The XBi2 will allow you to stream audio signal from any source that already comes equipped with Bluetooth, such as mobile phones, Mp3, GPS, and even iPod/iPhone when hooked up to a blue tooth adaptor such as Chatterbox AP21 and AP12.

    The XBi2 will allow for up to 6-8 hours of true talk time and 48 hours of standby time on one charge.

    Each Kit Includes:
    • 1 Module
    • Li-Pol battery
    • Wall charger
    • Headset
    • Mounting hardware
    **Note: Two Kits are required for Rider to Passenger setup.
    • Item # 20763

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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    Easy install, very good sound

    Works great bike to bike, paired with my GPS, and cell phone. Delivers stereo sound. I normally wear earplugs and with this set up, volume loud, I can use the stereo, GPS, and phone functions at 70 MPH on a Versys. Worth every penny.

    Mark - December 04, 2012

    (White Rock, BC)

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    Instructions Lacking

    I could not figure out how to install this device for the life of me. The accompanying instructions were terrible. I watched a number of YouTube videos and they did not help. Thank you for having a great return policy.

    Bill - October 15, 2012

    (Boston, MA)

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    Old bike guy

    Easy to install and link together but battery life is short for day trips and volumn is to low. I am going to try a different brand.

    Gary - October 10, 2012

    (Pittsburgh, PA)

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    XBi2 - NJ

    I use this product mostly to listen to music and take an occasional phone call. It has served me well for the month i have used it. Only complaint, similar to other reviews, is the battery life is too short but tolerable. You just have to remember to charge it periodically if you want to keep listening to your tunes :)

    Dave - July 12, 2012

    (Somerdale, NJ)

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    Good product

    This is very easy to use and install. The only downside to the unit is the level of sound. I know this is not up to chatterbox to make it louder because of the law but if you are thinking of getting it works well on side streets and anything above 50-65 I can hear, but not that well and anything above 65mph its impossible for me to hear over the wind, keep in mind I have a yamaha FZ8 naked with no windscreen so with one I would think this product would work well during any conditions.

    Keith - January 23, 2012

    (Camarillo, CA)

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    Problematic XBi2

    Intermittent signal, dropped signal, static laden sound quality. Autodial when connecting to select phones, and Chatterbox claims that it isn't their doing. Crap.

    andrew - December 12, 2011

    (glendale, AZ)

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    wish I could return it!

    This unit is terrible, the connection is always in and out while listening to music from cell. Not loud enough to really hear your phone calls. The only thing that does work is talking to the other passenger. Even when you hook up iPod or other mp3 player the connection goes in and out for the passenger. In short don't waste your money. The scalar rider is a much better blue tooth communication device.

    kevin - September 08, 2011

    (houston, TX)

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    Not worth the money

    I was really excited to try this Bluetooth, but after using it, I was very disappointed. At speeds of 10-40mph, the music is simply just background noise. At speeds higher than that, the music is not heard. Phone calls are next to impossible. The person on the other end can hear me fine, but I can hardly hear them. I wish I'd never bought this item because I bought it from elsewhere, and the seller won't take returns. Total waste of money.

    Amanda - September 07, 2011

    (McDonough, GA)

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    Chatterbox XBi2 Bluetooth

    Good product. There have been issues with these and cell phones. I do not use it in that way ..so no issues for me. The microphone was an issue. I put on chin curtains in our helmets (my wife and I use chatter box for our communications) along with a homemade windsock over the microphone (used the covers off a pair of ipod ear buds) and now our system is great ! No more wind noise. If you are serious about a communication system this is one of the best. I would suggest putting it on a very high end helmet that has a chin curtain (cloth piece that extends from front of helmet, back under your chin to your neck) and look into the microphone that comes with the system you are buying. Make sure you get a wind sock with it. HJC Helmets has a modular model that Chatterbox has exclusively made a system for. It would be worth checking out.

    Brian O. - May 31, 2011

    (New Hampton, IA)

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    Not as good as I expecting or hoping

    I found there to be an irritating echo and the sound quality was rather tinny. The units seemed to not have enough volume control. Units had to be at full volume at all times just to be able to hear the other person. At speed greater then 35 mph communication was next to impossible.

    Harold - March 10, 2011

    (Ephrata, WA)

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    Not so good

    While using the mic there was always a bad echo. I own the ISMAX-BT and still get an echo. can’t hear at speeds of 25+ MPH.

    GSXR 600 Rider - February 08, 2011

    (Augusta, GA)

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    Bluetooth Communications

    This is a great product.

    Lee - February 02, 2011

    (Natchez, MS)

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    ChatterBox-XBi2-Bluetooth-Wireless-Intercom

    I used the clip on bracket rather than the two way sticky tape. Gotta watch using it with hands while riding because it can pop off using just the clip on bracket! Not really all that loud, but with legal constraints according to law I see why. Still can hear music, but wish it was better. Bluetooth is awesome. Easy connect.

    George - October 04, 2010

    (Holiday, FL)

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    ChatterBox - XBi2 Bluetooth Wireless

    The quality of the transmission is not good at speeds above 50 mph. I drive a Honda and utilize a full-face helmet with a windshield.

    Robert H - August 19, 2010

    (Chaska, MN)

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    Great system

    I have been using one of these with my cell phone (LG enV2) and my Garmin Zumo 660 gps for the last year with no trouble. My wife started riding with me at the end of the last riding season and I picked her up one of these so we could chat occasionally and listen to her iPod. Haven't had much trouble hearing conversations while using earplugs and riding at highways speeds (as long as I remember to turn up the device volume before riding).

    Tim - July 07, 2010

    (Denver, CO)
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