Joe Byington (Cape Coral )
Very pleased with the product after I figured out the set up.
Sean (San Diego )
having started riding when wild gesticulations and shouting were the only forms of bike to bike communication, I was reluctant to go with bluetooth headsets. but a group ride in an unfamiliar country triggered the purchase. all unanimously noted that having headsets was the best idea of the trip. these units allow multiple rider connection; this is a little cumbersome, however, and takes time to learn. at times we had to settle for 3 of 4 riders connected at the same time, dropping one to add another (more than likely user error). sound is very clear; volume is quite good, even with ear plugs. install and set up is fairly quick. units are very durable. charging life is good for an average day on the road. but it fails quickly and unexpectedly when it loses charge. music and verbal texting good; mic location behind chinbar still good at fwy speeds. range was not great, but acceptable.
Patrick J Langdale (Vancouver )
I use this to output sound from Goldwing system to a Bluetooth transmitter which allows two people to receive at one time. I don't use CB so I don't require microphone input back into the Goldwing system. The Sena headset is used as communications between rider and passenger as well as cell phone connection for each. Works very well.
Justin Gardner (San Francisco )
I bought these because the wiring in my SMH5 went bad, the replacement parts fixed the problem, however these speakers are definitely not as loud as the standard SMH5 speakers. They don't work on the freeway at all, my passenger literally has to yell, and even then I can't completely understand her.
Parrish Jones (St. Augustine )
I bought this unit four years ago and have never looked back. It was easy enough to install in my Corpion Helmet and then my RPHA. It functions very well, connects automatically to my iPhone when I turn the unit on, and has nearly no problems that are not caused by iPhone updates. Those are usually minor. I have to replace the battery, but to get four years and thousands of hours of listening to music, audio books, and podcasts, what can one expect. Yes, you read it correctly. I have nearly 60K riding once I fought the set. Actually, I broke the wire on my battery pack and can't seem to splice it to work, so who knows how long it will last. There is little obsolescence in this set. I bought s second unit one and one half years ago for my girl friend's helmet. We ride a lot together and the communication is perfect. Once both helmets are turned on and the button pushed to connect, they connect flawlessly. The one thing that would be great is to be able to listen to music or books and still talk to each other. You can't do both with this set.
This is a must have to use the Sena SMH10 intercom with the Bell MAG-9 Sena helmet. Easy to install and fits perfectly. Only thing I didn't like is no jack to plug in my MP3 player like the standard base clamps have. It does work great. Tim