Originally Posted by cgrex
I've just got a 1200RT with audio and would like to get a Sena headset.
I really want to be able to hear the radio in my headset.
Use my mobile phone
Hear the sat nav (Zumo 660, going to be wired to the radio using the built in audio in plugs)
Pair the SR10 to the headset so I can use a two way radio
Has anybody got this set up, or anybody think it is possible?
Yes, it's possible. I don't have an SR10, so can't comment on that.
Some folks have had difficulty pairing the RT Bluetooth. I haven't. There are instructions and discussion on the process in this thread
Pairing the RT to the headset with BT will get the radio into your helmet.
Getting the 660 turn-by-turn into your helmet can be done in two ways. First, you could pair the 660 to the Sena via Bluetooth and then switch to that pairing when you want to hear the 660, either instructions or mp3, and even the phone. The Sena will remember multiple headset pairings, but can only do one at a time. Cumbersome option.
Second, you can plug the 660 audio-out line into the connector in the glove box. To hear the 660 you would select "Aux" on the RT radio. I know of no way to hear both the RT AM/FM/XM and the Zumo turn-by-turn at the same time. Aux will give you the Zumo audio, both mp3 and instructions.
To use your phone, pair it to the Zumo and use it with the RT audio or pair it straight to the Sena.
I can tell you, and others will say it is impossible (it isn't), that you will have great difficulty pairing a phone to the Zumo and the Zumo to the Sena. It's a Zumo issue. Thus, the better option is to pair the RT to the Sena and pair the phone to the Sena and let the Sena do its thing, and have the Zumo wired to the RT. That leaves the Zumo controlling the phone and the phonebook out of the equation, but far less frustrating.
You should have success pairing the phone to the Zumo, but then you have to be in Aux mode to use the phone, which is not the best if you get an incoming call while not in Aux mode - you'll be fumbling with the WonderWheel trying to get to Aux mode so you can hear the caller.
The SR10 thing should work with all of this, as the Sena supports multipoint pairing of that kind of pairing. I've never done it, though, so have no practical experience to offer.
Please note that once you have everything set up you may need to fiddle with the Bass, Treble, and AuxVol controls to get the best sound quality.