Sena SMH10 - Inmate's Special GROUP BUY!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by RocketMoto, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. airheadpenguin

    airheadpenguin Danger to himself

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    I picked mine up on Saturday from Adam, he was great to deal with and the headset is amazing. With gloves on its easy to manipulate and works well with my Droid.

    I use the Droid as a 1 stop-shop for nav and music. Both with stored MP3s and Pandora, Google Maps navigation is great. There is 1 issue that has been reported and is being worked by the Android team related to BT audio skipping http://code.google.com/p/<wbr>android/issues/detail?id=2807 so far the couple of times I've hit it power cycling the headset fixed it __while I was riding__
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  2. JDLuke

    JDLuke Ravening for delight

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    I got an email about 4 or 5 hours ago (burning the midnight oil, guys?) indicating that my headsets have shipped. That's great news, as I may well have time now to actually fit the kits to our helmets before we leave for the Eastern Rendezvous next Wednesday.

    Thanks!
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  3. Meltdown

    Meltdown Abort, Retry, Fail?

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    All ordered. Just got off the phone with them. Nice folks! Looking forward to them arriving. :thumb
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  4. netinfiniti

    netinfiniti Adventurer

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    Or like some Scala units is it limited to working with the Zumo only.

    Main use for me would be to listen to GPS navi directions without taking my eyes off the road - Phone is secondary.

    Adam could you please confirm. I have a Nuvi 765t

    Thx.

    Anton
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  5. RocketMoto

    RocketMoto 2 Many Motersikles

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    Nuvi 765 should be no issue, but my wife just happens to have a 765 and I will test it tomorrow, and let you know. Stay tuned.
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  6. netinfiniti

    netinfiniti Adventurer

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    Thanks - Fingers crossed !!!
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  7. Rustykfd

    Rustykfd IBA #483

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    Any ideas on how to plumb my 8500 x50 into the sena...............:ear

    Is a Jambra the best option out there for this?
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  8. JDLuke

    JDLuke Ravening for delight

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    I have not received my headset order yet, but I have to say I'm impressed and pleased with the service I've received so far from RocketMoto. You guys are aces in my book.
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  9. FOXedupONE

    FOXedupONE Long timer

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    Any available right now?
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  10. JDLuke

    JDLuke Ravening for delight

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    Official headset of BWDR?
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  11. Solstice0000

    Solstice0000 Been here awhile

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    Anyone paired it with an iPod Nano or regular non-iPod/iPhone MP3 player (eg. I am using a Sandisk MP3 player)? I understand that there is a bluetooth wireless adaptor for the iPod Nano but I don't know anyone who has tried it yet. Anyone?
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  12. RocketMoto

    RocketMoto 2 Many Motersikles

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    Rusty:

    Yes the Jabra A210 will do the trick. You can also search on eBay for 'stereo bluetooth transmitter'. Two issues though - first, none of these are weather resistant, and second, it's one more device that you have to charge up.

    Here's a thought, though... Place the dongle in a location on the bike that is out of the weather. Many of these have a 5 volt USB-type charger, so connect the charger to the power of the bike - possibly a cigarette lighter adapter. Run a stereo extension lead from the adapter up to the radar detector. Now it's out of the weather, and you don't have to charge it.

    I'm not sure if you're handy with electronics and soldering, but for things like XM/Sirius radios, in our shop, we'll remove the guts from the cigarette lighter charger, shrink tube the circuit board and run a hard wire power lead from it with a fuse to the bike's power source. Makes for a compact, secure installation.

    So - tell you what - in my spare time:roflI will pick up a BT dongle and will see about working out the 12 volt power thing. In the interim, you can get something like the Jabra and power from its internal battery.

    Was that a long enough answer to such a short question?
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  13. RocketMoto

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    Roy - same deal as post, above. A Google, Amazon or eBay search will turn up a range of iPod compatible 'dock connector' BT adapters to use on a full-size iPod. For a Nano, or non-iPod, something with a 3.5mm headphone socket, the Jabra A210 or similar should to the trick.
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  14. RocketMoto

    RocketMoto 2 Many Motersikles

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    Latest word from Sena is our orders should be flowing within just a few days. Thanks to the inmates here, and their other resellers, collectively we have inundated them with orders and it's been a challenge for them to keep up; we are in daily contact with them and have a good pulse on their supply.

    Give us a call, and we'll make sure that your request is filled from our very next shipment of headsets.
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  15. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Is there a waiting list for the 3.5mm headset? If so, I want on it!

    Jim
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  16. RocketMoto

    RocketMoto 2 Many Motersikles

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    Hi Jim:

    Give us a call, 1 877.LED.4BIKES (533.4245). We'll add you to the list of desirous inmates.

    The latest detail we have on the 3.5mm socket (earbud compatible) version will be later this month. Could be sooner... or not :deal. We will update when we have more solid info.
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  17. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    I just tried. Solid 5 min of multiple menus and no person. Can't deal.. Can you just put my name down? Jim williams

    thanks
    Jim
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  18. RocketMoto

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    Done.

    Will check into possible phone system issues on our side - thanks for the heads-up. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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  19. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Thanks. The hit 1 for this, hit 2 for that thing just gets annoying..
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  20. FOXedupONE

    FOXedupONE Long timer

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    Put me down for one as well and update this thread when available please.

    I'm Rob N. from Virginia.

    My bel sti driver radar detector has some sort of weird mono plug. does it just need an adapter to make it work with a BT dongle?
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