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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Hey fire medic, you can hear the stock radio with full face helmet. I love the headset in my fullface helmet, use it all the time.
Thanks brother, figured this out after posting about it.

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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 10:45 PM
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I just got the SENA bluetooth and did a trial run yesterday. I put the unit and the speakers on my new Shuberth and Nutter Mutter mounted his on his half shell. Worked great! When I could get him to stop babbling, the tunes from my Android came through like a champ too. Tried the phone feature also, and as TripleJ said, caller had no idea I was wearing a helmet at the time. I synced the Zumo up, too, but haven't tested it on the road yet. The cool thing with the SENA is you can sync multiple people and select the one you want to talk to (or ignore).

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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 05:36 AM
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Just a note, when mounting in the helmet, make sure the speakers are against your ear for the best sound. I mounted mine under the material with cut foam to get it against my ear. If there is space between your ear and the speaker, you will have to turn the volume up louder to hear, plus you pickup the wind noise in the helmet.
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I just got the SENA bluetooth and did a trial run yesterday. I put the unit and the speakers on my new Shuberth and Nutter Mutter mounted his on his half shell. Worked great! When I could get him to stop babbling, the tunes from my Android came through like a champ too. Tried the phone feature also, and as TripleJ said, caller had no idea I was wearing a helmet at the time. I synced the Zumo up, too, but haven't tested it on the road yet. The cool thing with the SENA is you can sync multiple people and select the one you want to talk to (or ignore).
Sucked it up and ordered the SENA unit today to go with our helmets, I couldn't justify the cost of the Cardo G9 (almost twice as much for the pair of those).

There went the majority of my Stage 1 budget, but momma is happy so.......

Put up a bunch of gun stuff for sale lol, to gather funds for my stage 1, hopefully the stuff sells quick, I hate robbing peter to pay paul, but my sink flows tap water not cash......

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Talk about a thorough review of the G9. This thread got me thinking again about getting the new Scala Rider set.

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