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SMH5-FM Intercom & FM Tuner
$158.95 - $298.95
$119.25 - $224.25
You save up to $74.70 (25%)
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Sena Technologies SMH5-FM Intercom & FM Tuner The SMH5-FM is a Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headset with Bluetooth intercom and built-in FM tuner designed specifically for motorcycles. With the SMH5-FM, you c

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Heather (Shickshinny, PA)

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Just installed.. so far so good

Just ordered the dual headset. We tried it out and so far I am very impressed. We use it to communicate between bikes. Works great, sound quality is fantastic and the wind doesn't make a huge difference. I am very impressed with the quality and pleased with the Bluetooth use and connection to my phone. Easy installation and easy use to connect to the other headset and to the cell phone.

Elijah (San Diego, CA)

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Must have product!

Everything about this product is fantastic - except the sound quality isn't the best. Low end frequencies are pretty much non existant. The speakers are good at most speeds but not after 60mph. I wear a noisy motocross helmet so it's useless on the highway. I'll definitely buy a few more for my street bike and for passenger helmets. I definitely recommend this product, and I'm pretty picky.

Bryant (Stockton, CA)

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Sena SMH5-FM

It took just a short while to install both units. My wife and I are able to talk while riding, which is better than the shot to the ribs when it was time for a pit stop. When alone I enjoyed the radio and the blue tooth, while connected to my phone it was loud and clear. At 65 mph the people on the other end had no idea that I was even riding.

Zaak (Seattle, WA)

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SMH Large Speakers Recommended.

Definitely worth the money. Bought them along with the headsets and tried both out and these were noticeably better. Not a lot of bass like above customer said, but considering the price you can't go wrong. Skullcandy earbuds may be better but then you have no "hands free" controls for music and calls. Only music nazis will be very disappointed.

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