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You have your new Sena headset and want to get up and running as soon as possible!
We have compiled these videos to help you.
Sena Device Update Manager for Windows
The Sena device manager for Windows enables you to update the software on your Sena headset. Sena offer regular free software updates which are a simple download from the Sena website.
Sena Device Update Manager for Mac
The Sena device manager for Mac enables you to update the software on your Sena headset. Sena offer regular free software updates which are a simple download from the Sena website.
Reset a headset to Factory Default Settings
If you ever need to reset your Sena Bluetooth bike intercom to its factory settings here is how to do it.
Please note this will erase all your personal settings. If you wish to keep your personal settings please refer to our video “Sena SMH10 Refresh Reset” above.
Sena SMH10 Refresh Reset
This video shows you how to refresh the settings on your Sena SMH10 headset. Please note a refresh will not clear your personal settings.
If you wish to clear your personal settings and revert to the factory default settings then please see our video “How to reset your Sena headset to its Factory Default Settings” . The latter “resetting to factory default settings” will erase all your personal settings.
Sena 30K The Evolution of Communication
Introducing the Sena 30K – The only headset that allows for intercom communication between both Mesh technology as well as Bluetooth. Welcome to the future of motorcycle communication.
Sena 30K: On the Road in Seconds
Get you and your group on the road faster than ever. Connect everyone at once using the Mesh Intercom™ on Sena’s 30K.
Introducing the Sena 30K
Welcome to the future of motorcycle communication. Introducing the Sena 30K with Mesh Intercom™. The self-optimizing and self-healing network keeps you and your group connected easier than ever.
Sena 30K Getting Started
An overview of the Sena 30K, how to turn the 30K on and off, check the battery and charge the unit.
Using Other Bluetooth Devices & Remotes
How to pair the Sena 30K with other Bluetooth enabled devices. You can pair the other devices selectively to help organize the device profiles. The 30K will allow for up to (2) Bluetooth devices, and (3) Sena Bluetooth headsets.
Sena 30K Utility App
The Sena 30K has it’s very own Utility App allowing users to adjust settings, create Mesh Intercom groups, organize Bluetooth connections, and control everything visually on your mobile phone.
Sena 20S Headset Removal explained
Make sure you connected the headset correctly with the help of this video
How to install a 20S onto your helmet
The Sena 20s is supplied with a multifunctional base unit as well as 3 microphone options as standard. This video will show you how to fit the base unit to your helmet and which microphone to select for an open face, full face or flip up helmet.How to connect and remove the headset from the base
Sena 20S: How to use the Smartphone app
The 20S includes an iPhone and Android Smartphone App with a built in quick start guide. No need to remember anything as you can set up the device and configure settings directly from your phone. Additionally you can connect to all group members with a one-touch action, directly from the app.
Motion sensor pairing two 20S units together
– Motion Sensor allows you to pair two Sena 20S headsets together by simply shaking the units.
– NFC (near field communication) allows you to simply place your mobile phone near the 20S headset to pair the two to each other.
How to use the 20S Voice Commands
Here is a video on how to use the voice commands on the 20S which allows you to control most of the functions of the 20S by only using your voice.
How to use the 20S Motion Sensor
Here is a video that provides an overview about the motion sensor built into the 20S.
Pairing option #1
This video describes several ways of pairing two devices simultaneously to the 20S headset.
Pairing option #2
This option allows the user to :
– Use the GPS to listen to directions
– Use the GPs to listen to music
– Use a Mobile phone (via the 2nd mobile pairing option on the 20S) to make and receive phone calls
Pairing option #3
This video shows you how to use your GPS to make & receive phone calls, see caller ID, receive GPS commands and listen to stereo music i.e your GPS acts as a hub for all these functions.
Pairing option #4
Pair a mobile directly to a GPS to:
-Make and receive phone calls
-Use the GPS for caller ID
-Listen to GPS directions without interrupting an intercom conversation
Pairing option #5
Using your Smartphone to:
– Make & receive phone calls
– Listen to GPS commands from your Smartphone GPS app
– Listen to stereo music
Please note in this configuration GPS command volume will not be reduced during an intercom conversation. The same applies to stereo music.
Pairing option #6
This video shows you how to pair two different Bluetooth devices (a phone and GPS) to the 20S so that they function as separate entities.
– Pair your phone to the 20s to make and receive phone calls and listen to music from your phone.
– Pair your GPS individually to only receive GPS directions without interrupting intercom conversations.
How to use the Voice command feature
The Sena 20s is the worlds first Bluetooth intercom to feature voice commands. Your hands now never have to leave the handlebars. Simply speak to control all functions of the unit.
Voice commands by tapping on your helmet
This video explains how to activate voice commands by simply tapping on your helmet or the Sena 20s headset. With the free version 1.1 software update this feature has just got better!
The unique Audio multi-tasking feature found in the 20s allows for conversation WHILE listening to music, FM radio or GPs commands. It also allows for the sharing of music between 2 Sena 20S headsets.
Sharing music between two headsets
Audio multitasking allows 2 riders to hear music from one music source.
Tips and Tricks
Some tricks and tips for how to use your Sena motorcycle communication and action camera devices best. How to get better audio from the headsets and camera.
Videos for the other models in the Sena range (excluding 20S). Note that in most of these videos the Sena SMH10 is used as an example. In the majority
of cases these tutorials also apply to the following Sena models:
How to install a SENA SMH10
How to power your SENA on and off
Powering your Sena Bluetooth helmet intercom on and off is a simple task. Here’s how!
How to access the configuration menu
The configuration menu allows to you to operate all the Sena’s features via its on board voice prompt menu.
How to pair your mobile phone with a Sena
How to pair your cell phone with a Sena Bike intercom via Bluetooth.
How to make & receive phone calls
Sena headset Pairing with a GPS
This video shows you how to pair your GPS to relay turn-by turn voice instructions ONLY to your Sena headset.
If your require Bluetooth stereo music streaming from your GPS to your Sena headset then please refer to our other videos :
How to Connect a Zumo 550,Sena & iPhone
This video shows how to connect a Garmin Zumo 550 , Apple iPhone and the Sena Bluetooth intercom to each other.
How to connect a Zumo 660, iPhone, & Sena
This video shows how to connect a Garmin Zumo 660 , Apple iPhone and the Sena Bluetooth intercom to each other.
How to Connect 4 Sena SMH10 headsets
This video will show you how to pair 4 Sena headsets to each other for multi bike and rider communications.
Once paired please refer to our video(How to use the Sena SMH10 for a Four way bike conference intercom) on how to use the feature
Sena SMH10 for a Four way bike conference
How to enable a 4 way bike intercom session with a Sena Bluetooth headset.This will enable up to 4 riders to talk to each other.
How to make a Three way Conference Phone Call
This video will show you how to make a phone call between two riders and one cell phone. One example of such an application would be if a friend calls you on your cell phone & you would like to have your pillion or riding buddy included in the conversation.
Sena SMH10 Three way bike conference intercom
How to enable a 3 way bike intercom session with a Sena Bluetooth headset.
This enables up to 3 riders to talk to each other. This differs from the video above as no cell phone is involved, only the Sena’s intercoms.
Sena 4 Way Intercom Pairing
How to pair 4 Sena’s the easy and quick way.
The music sharing feature allows for Sena headsets to send music to each other from one music source . You can start sharing music with an intercom friend using Bluetooth stereo music during a two-way intercom conversation.
Please note this functions works with the SMH10 , SMH5 FM, SMH10R , SPH10H and Sena 20S
Sena SMH10 Pairing with a Sena SR10 2- way radio adaptor
The SR10 is a Bluetooth Two-way Radio adapter allowing for connection of various two-way radio devices. The SR10 acts as a hub transmitting wirelessly from a 2 way radio to your Sena headset (as well as other brands of headsets).
This video shows you how to pair a Sena headset to the SR10
How to fit a Sena 3S to your helmet
The Sena 3S-W is a self contained affordable wireless motorcycle helmet intercom designed specifically for riders who require a no frills , simple to operate communicator. This video shows you how to mount it onto your helmet
Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro Video Guide One Non Sena headset
This video shows you how to pair/connect a non Sena Bluetooth headset to the Sena GoPro Audio pack. Once paired it will enable the user to record clear audio together with their video via a Gopro Hero 3 and Hero 3+.
Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro Video Guide using one Sena headset
This video shows you how to pair/connect a Sena Bluetooth intercom (such as a SMH10, SMH5 etc.) to the Sena GoPro Audio pack.
Once paired it will enable the user to record clear Ultra High Definition(UHD) audio together with their video via a Gopro Hero 3 and Hero 3+ camera.
Installation of the Prism onto a Helmet
This video demonstrates the following helmet mounting options: Helmet clamp mount, top surface mount and goggle mount
Installation of the Prism onto a bike
This video demonstrates how to mount the camera to your bike with the following included mounts:
Handlebar/frame/crash bar mount. Top surface mount for placing on your tank, top box, panniers or mudguard
Suction cup mounts for mounting on the top case, side panniers, windshield. Waterproof case.
Pairing the Prism to a Bluetooth Headset
This is a feature unique to the Prism helmet camera and enables you to control the Prism from both Sena headset & non Sena Wireless Bluetooth helmet intercom. It also enables you to record your voice onto a video.
Bluetooth Audio recording onto a video while riding
The Sena Prism is the only action camera that enables users to add audio to their recordings from either a Sena intercom or other brands of Bluetooth bike headsets . Both single and multiple riders can add narratives (while on the move) to the same recording to create a mixed audio experience.
Controlling the Sena Prism cam via a wireless Bluetooth headset
One of the unique features of the Sena Bluetooth action camera is that it can be controlled hands free using a Sena headset or a non Sena headset.
The Sena Prism comes with a voice prompt feature that allows users to receive clear camera staus feedback via their helmet speakers.
Prism Tube Date and Time
How to update the file date and time on the Prism Tube. After adding the “timeset.txt” file and turning on the camera, the camera will begin to name files based on the date and time created and going forward.
Sena Prism Smartphone app
You can control the many features of your Sena Prism action camera from either an iPhone or Android phone with this free app.
RideConnected App for Sena Headsets
The Sena RideConnected App lets you use your smartphone to talk to other riders without the limitations of using Bluetooth to talk over the intercom. Download it here.
RideConnected App Headset Control
How to control the RideConnected App from your Sena headset.
Helmet Install: Sena 10S on Modular Helmet
How to install a Sena 10S (or most other clamp Sena headsets) onto a helmet. There are plenty of additional pieces to allow you to mount the Sena on any helmet.
Retro Helmet Installations
Check out some tips for installing Sena devices into some of the more “retro” styled helmets
FreeWire Bluetooth Adapter
The FreeWire allows you to wirelessly connect your Harley-Davidson entertainment system to your Bluetooth headset.
The FreeWire is a Harley Bluetooth adapter allowing for wireless connectivity to the bike’s infotainment systems. Wirelessly communicate via CB radio, hear turn-by-turn directions from the GPS system, rock out to your favourite radio stations and so much more all through your Bluetooth headset. Use an additional FreeWire for your passenger to talk over the motorcycle’s internal intercom system – All with the wireless freedom you’ve been longing for.
How to pair the Sena Freewire with a Sena Device.
hold the center button of the Freewire until in pairing mode, put the other Sena device into phone pairing mode. Wait for them to connect and enjoy everything from your bike wirelessly.
Handlebar Remote Remote Control Pairing
Here is a video on how to pair the Sena Handlebar Remote to a Sena Bluetooth headset.