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Which BlueTooth to go with?

BMW Comm System? Schuberth SRC? Sena SMH10? Which one will allow my passenger and I to listen to the same music coming from the bike's audio system? I'm pretty sure that the Sena won't do that, but what about the other two? Hurrumph!


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post #2 of 6 Old Mar 17th, 2014, 3:21 pm
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BMW Comm System? Schuberth SRC? Sena SMH10? Which one will allow my passenger and I to listen to the same music coming from the bike's audio system? I'm pretty sure that the Sena won't do that, but what about the other two? Hurrumph!
It isn't an issue with the headset, it is an issue with the radio/source having the ability to suport two connections.

Actually the Sena SMH10 can now share the music connection with a second Sena headset. Two firmware udates back they added that feature and it works just fine. I paired one Smh10 with my iPad and shared the same music selection with the other Smh10

I don't know if the other makers have added that ability or not.

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Re: Which BlueTooth to go with?

Cardo G9x can music share too. Just to add another choice to the mix.

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Re: Which BlueTooth to go with?

Supposedly Sena has a software upgrade pending that will allow it to communicate with other manufacturers BT headsets ... seems like a big bonus to me.

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Supposedly Sena has a software upgrade pending that will allow it to communicate with other manufacturers BT headsets ... seems like a big bonus to me.
They acutally released that firmware about two weeks ago, and have a youtube video demonstrating it working. There are some limitations, it will only connect as a hands free headset and using it isn't the same as connecting to another Sena device...but noone else does it.

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Re: Which BlueTooth to go with?

Cardo Q3 can share with second headset and its cheaper than the G9. can't imagine why GF would want to listen to my music though. I'm a flicker, don't want to hear it, I flick it to the next song. That would drive her crazy. About half of all technology just pisses me off and that would be one of them.

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