Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Williamsburg, VA, USA
Re: Wired / Wireless intercom?
My personal preference would be to go with the Autocom. You can attach what you want to it and do not have to worry about pairing anything with bluetooth. During my 2000 LT's 10-year lifetime, I had two different Autocom systems installed. The first was a Autocom 3000 (?), then after 5-years, I upgraded to a Autocom Pro-M1 system. I was able to connect anything I wanted without spending big dollars.
My RT came with the BMW system, which is a re-branded J&M system. It is very basic but came with a cb radio. I did contact J&M to ask what would be required in order for me to receive Cell calls. They wanted to sell me a $500 adapted. I never upgraded. I can say that the J&M system has better sound then the Autocom system, but that is the only positive thing I can say about it.
As for the cords, attached is a picture that shows the drivers connector, 12V plug for my battery tender, and the passenger connector. Usually when my wife is with me, I wait until she is on the bike and I plug in her headset.
The Sena 20s has been temping, but I do not ride enough to justify it.
2000 LT - Totaled at 99,960 miles
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