The Sena SMH 10 motorcycle intercom- a revolutionary leap forward in motorcycle communication systems.
It is not often that we become this excited about a product, particularly as we have researched many headsets from manufacturers around the world. In virtually every instance the evaluation units simply did not live up to their manufacturer’s claims.
Finally we are pleased to be able to offer the most advanced motorcycle Bluetooth helmet 2- way communicator-the SENA SMH10 headset.
If there is one motorcycle headset accessory you should consider then this is it!
With the worlds most user friendly and simple interface you can call hands-free on your Bluetooth mobile phone, listen to stereo music or voice instructions from your GPS and enjoy intercom conversations in full duplex with a passenger or other motorcycle riders, completely wirelessly!
Voted #1 by independent motorcycle journalists and consumers.
Features of the Sena SMH10:
The simplest user interface of any unit currently on the market. Only one button
Wireless full duplex (simultaneous talking/listening) rider to pillion intercom communication with switchable VOX
Wireless multiple bike to bike communication : 4 independent bikes can communicate with each other up to 900 m (with each intercom channel being a private full duplex channel ). In our tests we often achieved over 900 m line of sight communication range
If the unit does go out of range it automatically reconnects. No need to re-set the units (some manufactures offerings require the unit to be switched on and off if it goes out of range to re-establish a connection)
Wireless Bluetooth connection to your GPS to receive driving information (music automatically pauses and re-starts after receiving a GPS instruction)
Wirelessly make and receive phone calls via your cell phone (music/GPS instructions automatically pause and re-start after receiving a phone call)
Driver and Passenger are independent and can receive different calls
Bluetooth wireless or wired connection of an Mp3/Ipod for full STEREO A2DP music. Even if your music player is not Bluetooth enabled the Sena still allows you to attach it directly via a Mp3 port on the base. A gold plated cable to connect your player is included in the kit.
Both riders can listen to their own music or share music from one source via music sharing
Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: play, pause, track forward and track back with a unique jog dial for phones/Mp3 players equipped with AVRCP
Exceptional volume range with integrated audio booster and high quality helmet speakers.
Crisp and clear communication between all connected units/accessories
Individual volume control for each audio source
Excellent rechargeable battery life- 12 hours constant talk time, 10 days standby.
The unit can even be charged while riding your bike with supplied 12V charger. A 220v/110v wall charger is also included in the kit.
Simple to use (arguably the most important of its many functions)
What sets different motorcycle intercom headsets apart is their functionality and ergonomics. Traditionally other market offerings involve a series of obscure and illogical button-pushing sequences that are challenging at best, leaving the user to ponder if they were ever designed for motorcycle applications in the first place.
Having the most bells and whistles is worthless if you are distracted through fiddling for the correct buttons. Furthermore a unit should, at very least, be glove friendly.
A simple rule of thumb: If you are tempted to remove your gloves or aimlessly fiddle while riding in order to do something with the unit, then that function is useless and potentially unsafe.
The Sena SMH 10 is by far the simplest intercom system to use and is designed with ease of use and safety in mind.
There are two design factors that are immediately noticeable on the Sena SMH10: first, the absence of many buttons. Believe it or not, the engineers at Sena have made a breakthrough in a motorcycle intercom user interface – A total of one button.
It’s called the “Phone Button” because it controls pretty much all of the functions of a paired cell phone.
The other can’t-miss feature is the “Jog Dial”. The Jog Dial controls the intercom functions. The Jog Dial also rotates to raise and lower the volume. Rotate the wheel one way to raise the volume; rotate it the other way to lower the volume. Simplicity at its best.
Many cell phones that are capable of playing music are also AVRCP (Audio and Video Remote Control Profile) enabled.
With AVRCP compatible players the unique Jog dial also allows you to control your music. Now you can even pause/play music as well as skip forwards and backwards through your play list via a simple tap of the Jog dial.
In the Box
Main Headset Unit
Speaker–Microphone Clamp Unit
USB Power & Data Cable
3.5 mm Stereo Audio Cable
Glued Surface Mounting Adapter
Velcro Pads For Speakers