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Offline MichaelB

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Re: Intercom advice
« Reply #3 on: 31 Mar 2011, 10:18 AM »
Thanks for all that info Vince.  Things a bit slow today so will have a chance to go through it all.

Found a web bike world comparison review of bluetooth intercoms & they give the Sena SMH-10 a big wrap.


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Re: Intercom advice
« Reply #2 on: 31 Mar 2011, 10:04 AM »
The Autocom stuff is just brilliant for reliability and clarity, plus it easily integrates with mp3, uhf, gps and bluetooth phones. It is cable based which is no hassle in reality. See

There are also quite a few bluetooth systems around, not sure how much you have to pay to get bulletproof performance but this one looks like a beauty

From my links collection:

These people think their products are pretty good, and have pricing to match!

These people also fancy themselves but have more respectable pricing

Another supplier (check the drop down menu on motorcycle intercom)

And another

Of course Google is your friend too

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Intercom advice
« Reply #1 on: 31 Mar 2011, 08:39 AM »
Hi All,

After some advice / people's experiences with rider to pillion intercoms.  I do a fair bit of touring on the trusty old ST2 & enjoy being able to have a chat with the girl ( mostly listening while she talks.......yes I know alot of blokes out there are saying why ???)  We love having a laugh at the cruiser brigade & their matching vests & tassled saddle bags etc etc.  The girl is very appreciative of being given some warning if I see something dodgey or when to hang on while I round up a camry / volvo.
Currently have Blueant Interphones which are a couple of years old.  They're OK when they're working but are a pain in the neck to link, sometimes taking 20mins of trying.  Sometimes not working at all. 
Any suggestions on a replacement would be great. 



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