Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Dameron, MD, USA
Re: Bluetooth Helmets
I wondered about the same, and have two Nolan N103's for that purpose.
After putting some thought, and a little research into it I decided I didn't want to have to charge my helmets every night. Bluetooth is great, but you'll never match the sound nor convenience of a system hardwired to your helmet. The hooking up the cable to the helmet every morning is MUCH more convenient than 1) removing the battery to recharge it, or 2) Plugging in the helmet to recharge the battery.
I went with the ZUMO550 through the Autocom Super Pro Avi. Got the GXM30S antenna for XM radio, bluetooth in my phone, hardwire the Zumo to the Autocom, and then hardwire the autocom to the helmet. No worries about lost connections, dead batteries, and it sounds GREAT.
2009 R1200RT Silver
2002 R1150RS Silver (SOLD!)
2003 JD 2305 Green and Yellow.