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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by RocketMoto, Apr 25, 2010.
thanks for the help he pmed me this morning
I'm needing these:
Sena SMH10-11 Bluetooth Headset and Intercom
Sena SR10 Bluetooth Two-way radio adapter
Do you have these in stock?
Yup - in stock. Give us a call and we'll get you set right up.
Adam, is it possible to get a replacement foam piece that goes over the microphone? If you don't have it, any ideas for something similar?
If Adam doesn't have any you could check eBay or local music shops.
The shops would recognize the foam as a "Microphone Windscreen" probably in a "mini" size.
Hey Adam. I have smh10 on my full face and love it. Recently bought half helmet and am looking at the new SPH10. Couple questions. How does the Unit attach to the helmet? Also wondering if I need the boom mic? I don't care about the phone or talking aspect. I just want it for the music wirelessly. I have been looking on sena's website, but can't find the answers to my questions. Thanks for your help.
Anyone know of a place to get the Sena SMH10's that gives military discounts? I only need two, so I don't have enough to get a group discount of any kind. Thanks in advance for any info.
You cant go wrong with Adam at RocketMoto
If these are the one's for the boom mics, we have the Sena supplies kits for a few dollars. We may have a few extra mic sponges that we can send you. Give us a call and we'll help you out.
The SPH10H is the hald helmet version. SPH10 is for outdoor sports, and no helmet.
The SPH10H included ear pads that the Bluetooth module and speakers are built in to. The thing about this version is that is only fits a limited number of helmets. The strap arrangement needs to resemble the pix on our website.
An alternative is the SMH10 with boom mic and speaker pockets that the speakers will drop in to. We have the speaker pockets in stock, just not on the site. If you have a helmet with ear flaps or zip-off ear flaps, the speaker pockets may not fit without some tinkering. Ear flaps sometimes have pockets for speakers, but often are not at all aligned with your ear canal.
It's not obvious at first, but some shorty helmets are actually the most difficult of all helmets to install headsets in.
Do let us know if we can help guide you as to what'll work for your particular helmet.
Yeah - what he said
I *think* I answered your PM the other day. If not, jus' slap me and I'll reply. :huh
Thanks in advance.
RocketMoto - PM Sent. Would like to place an order. Thanks!
Adam - pm sent.
Adam - Email sent.
Email sent Adam
Pretty sure I've responded to everyone. Slap me if I've missed ya'.