|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.6 x 5.1 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||SMH10-M01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SMH10-M01|
|Vehicle Service Type||all-terrain-vehicles; utility-vehicles; off-road-motorcycles; street-sport-motorcycles; street-cruiser-motorcycles; street-touring-motorcycles; street-motor-scooters; snowmobiles|
Sena SMH10-M01 Replacement Main Module with USB Power Cable for SMH10 Bluetooth Headset
|Price:||$105.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Long-range music sharing and intercom for motorcyclists--up to 900 meters (980 yards)
- Works with SMH10 Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset & Intercom (sold separately)
- Advanced Noise Control technology cuts down on background noise for both incoming and outgoing audio
- Includes USB power cable
- Up to 12 hours of talk time and 10 days of stand-by time on a single charge
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|Item Dimensions||8.6 x 5.1 x 2.2 in||12 x 12 x 4 in||3.31 x 2.22 x 1.52 in||5.9 x 3.3 x 9.7 in||11.4 x 6.9 x 3.7 in||5.45 x 8.3 x 2.85 in|
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Use the SMH10-M01 Main Module with USB Power Cable as a replacement or to expand your SMH10 Bluetooth Headset system. The Sena SMH10 Motorcycle Bluetooth 3.0 Headset and Intercom was designed to keep you connected to your riding companions over longer ranges for conversation and music sharing--up to 900 meters (980 yards). When paired with a Bluetooth-enabled phone, it'll also let you make hands-free calls. The Jog Dial makes for an intuitive user interface that is much easier to control while riding. The Jog Dial default is volume control, and pushing the integrated button lets you cycle through all device functions with minimal fuss, which means you'll ride safer. The SMH10 delivers crystal-clear, natural sound through the stereo Bluetooth headset that gets an automatic boost in noisy environments while Advanced Noise Control technology cuts down on background noise for both incoming and outgoing audio. The Bluetooth music playback control features play, pause, track forward and track back functions, plus each audio source has its own adjustable volume level. Integrated voice prompts (available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish) help you quickly learn your way around the device. You'll get up to 12 hours of talk time and 10 days of stand-by time on a single charge. And even if your companions don't have Sena gear, the SMH10 uses the Universal Intercom protocol, which allows your gear to work with theirs, regardless of brand.
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The buttons and knob are easy to manipulate with the gloves on and with one exception they have proven to work well in the rain.
Customer service has been good. I purchased a set in 9/11. Within a year I had one that shorted out (PCBA board failure) and they replaced it under warranty right away. Not sure what caused it but would reckon some rain water got into it somehow.
As luck would have it, just after the warranty expired I noticed that my 2nd 'original' unit pooped out. While I could hear just fine, the ability to communicate through the mic went bad. Upon closer inspection I could see that one of the pins on the back had broken off. A quick search on the internet revealed that this had happend to others although it was by no means epidemic. It was the result I think of two things.
1. I would remove the unit to charge it and swap out the other unit ~ every 2 weeks. Mounting and unmounting it meant I was more at risk of bending a stiff pin.
2. The pins themselves were relatively long in the '1st gen'. I noticed that the unit I replaced it with in early 2013 had much shorter connection pins making it less likely they would bend/break on marrying them up to the helmet base.
I am still plugging away with two units on a daily basis although I leave them on my helmets and just charge them there.
The ability to do Firmware updates is nice too and SENA seems to be releasing them more routinely of late.
Overall I would recommend these
The range can be a little dodgy in the woods when terrain gets hilly and twisty. However, they sync back up once the distance decreases. The big advantage was that we could have a conversation when coming up on an intersection without stopping and opening helmets or turning off our sleds. The only confusing part for us was getting the VOX to stay enabled properly. Sometimes we'd have the mics open full time, sometimes we had to tap to talk, sometimes we got VOX to work well. I need to reread the manual...
It allows Intercom, a2dp music, and hst hands free phone right in the helmet.
One of the good features I like is the group chat where you can all talk at the same time.
Battery life is very good @ about 12 hrs use between charges ( 10+ hrs continuous time ) and only takes about 3-4 hrs to fully charge.
This module requires the clamp kit like SMH-a0301 or similar.