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Old 07-02-2014, 09:52 AM   #1
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Bluetooth for only pandora- Scala QZ the best?

My Sena SMH10 is dying bad (first gen). Pins are worn out, the speaker jack is broken out of the housing, etc. I never use intercom, but listen to pandora on my work commute.

Doing some googling, it looks like the Scala rider QZ might be just the ticket. It's bluetooth without intercom. More importantly, it takes an audio jack so I can use my $80 tork brand helmet speakers. Before I blow $129... am I missing a better unit?
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Old 07-02-2014, 01:29 PM   #2
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I've got the QZ and really like it.
It's just a basic microphone and helmet speaker bluetooth setup for your helmet.
I link it to my phone and listen to music, GPS directions or make phone calls.
Speakers are fairly small and thin, but provide decent sound and volume goes WAY up.
This combined with some decent filter-pass style earplugs, and I have good audio, and not much road noise.

Sport bike commuting in Los Angeles highway traffic while listening to Dub step is awesome!

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