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Now, the next 2 regulators: This picture shows the wind noises. If one helmet is in a streamlined flow (see left helmet) the wind noise will be equally constant and - in high quality helmets - rather muted. These conditions can mostly be found on ‘naked bikes’ or on bikes with minimal panels and small, flat windscreens. Under these conditions the intercom’s automatic can easily tell wind noise outside the helmet from talk within the helmet. In this case the best position of the switch will be between 8 and 12 o’clock.Lots of unnecessary words in there, but nothing that tells you how to adjust this setting. Do I turn clockwise if I have more noise?...thereby requiring a higher volume of my voice to make the intercom cut in? ...or counter clockwise for higher noise? Anybody know?
Unfortunately, you will not find these ideal wind conditions very often with touring bikes.
The difference in height between driver and pillion seat is often quite significant. Sometimes the helmets are very unlike or the size and posture of driver and pillion is significantly different.
For that reason we have fitted 2 automatic units into your intercom, which work and adjust completely separate. Curly wind (see right helmet) creates an extremely loud and patchy noise that is slightly similar to human speech patterns. The ideal position for the adjusting switch is between 12 and 3 o’clock.
With increasing surrounding noise (higher speed) the transmission level of speech, radio and other signals, like incoming calls, must be adjusted to ensure a clear transmission. The Auto Volume Level does this adjustment.How is auto-volume different from the main volume setting for the driver and pillion? In short, what does this adjustment do?
Here you will find one regulator for the driver and one for the pillion helmet, so you can define a personal setting as to when this adjustment takes effect. If you turn the corresponding regulator to the left the adjustment is made at a lower noise level. A turn to the right decreases the noise sensibility.
There are some circumstances when no adjustment takes place, no matter which setting you have chosen. This does not mean that your intercom is broken; an adjustment is just not necessary. The 1.7m driver of a super-touring bike (let’s say a GL 1800 Goldwing) has such a huge encasement with front screen it simply does not make a difference whether he is driving 50 or 150 km/h.
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