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Pair a Sena 20s with the C3 Pro SRC?

Does anyone know if this can be done? If so, would you be so kind as to explain the steps?

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Re: Pair a Sena 20s with the C3 Pro SRC?

I assume the C3 is not a Sena device. In that case turn on both headsets, then enter the 'configuration' mode (hold the jog dial 12 seconds), and then scroll wheel to 'universal intercom pairing'. You can only pair one non-Sena device.

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Re: Pair a Sena 20s with the C3 Pro SRC?

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I assume the C3 is not a Sena device. In that case turn on both headsets, then enter the 'configuration' mode (hold the jog dial 12 seconds), and then scroll wheel to 'universal intercom pairing'. You can only pair one non-Sena device.
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Re: Pair a Sena 20s with the C3 Pro SRC?

When you do this the SRC has to be in "Phone Pairing Mode" while the Sena is in "Universal INTERCOM Pairing Mode."

I got some bad info on this and spent a few weeks messing with it because I'd been told that both units had to be in "Phone Pairing Mode."
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