Sena SM10

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Wistrick, May 23, 2013.

  1. Wistrick

    Wistrick Been here awhile

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    Well after losing the right ear in the second headset I have given up on Scala and bought a Sena SM10....Recvd them last night....Easy to use and if they really can do all the stuff they claim in the manual I will be a happy camper....

    Dan
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  2. Nitro1970

    Nitro1970 Been here awhile

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    No problems with mine in the short month or two I've had it...
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  3. lmychajluk

    lmychajluk Long timer

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    You talking about the SENA SM10, or the SMH10? 2 different products... Love my SMH10!
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  4. Wistrick

    Wistrick Been here awhile

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    shm10
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  5. inkman411

    inkman411 n00b

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    I also just bought a sena , I've been a scala q2 person for years but some people I ride with swear by sena . My first brief ride I felt the speaker volume was a tad low while streaming music but was told to check the phone settings haven't done so yet, the call volume was loud and clear and the the dial was convenient. I'll have to use it some more to give it a full review
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  6. BlueLghtning

    BlueLghtning Riding is my passion

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    Keep in mind that your intercom volume and music volumes are set independently. It remembers each one so set it while that device is active. Yes, you should check your phone and make sure your "media" volume is near the top, but usually best 1 down from full or you get distortion.

    Also, speaker placement is critical. A few mm any direction away from the center area of your ear makes a huge difference on how loud it is. With all those set correctly, you should find full volume painfull unless you have a hearing issue. I can actually wear ear plugs and it still gets loud.

    BTW, there is a huge Sena SMH10 thread here - http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=562357
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