|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 4.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||SM10-01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SM10-01|
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Sena SM10 DUAL STREAM BLUETOOTH STEREO TRANSMITTER (SM10-01)
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- Dual audio streams for two Bluetooth headsets
- Auxiliary stereo input for GPS or radar/laser detector
- Water resistant for use in inclement weather
- Talk time: 8 hours / stand-by time: 3 days
- Versatile control with Playback Control and Audio Distribution
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The Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter allows you to add dual-stream wireless Bluetooth transmitting capabilities for up to two audio devices, such as a mobile phone and MP3 player. The SM10 features Advanced Audio Distribution Profile for Bluetooth Stereo Music and Audio Video Remote Control Profile for Playback Control. The SM10 also allows you to hook up and monitor external devices such as a radar/laser detector or GPS navigation. The unit mounts on your handlebars and is water resistant for when you don't want to stop for Mother Nature's downpour.
The SM10 is a Bluetooth stereo audio adapter based on Bluetooth 2.1+EDR technology. You can connect various audio devices such as mobile phone or MP3 player by using the SM10. It also supports onboard audio systems of specific brands by using optional audio cables. Along with the dual streaming feature of SM10, both you and your passenger may listen to the same music or radio at the same time by using Bluetooth headsets in the market. The SM10 has AUX audio input that enables you to connect additional non-Bluetooth audio devices such as radar/laser detector or GPS navigation.
Bluetooth v2.1 Wireless
SM10 can wirelessly connect to Bluetooth headsets by supporting HSP/HFP (Headset Profile/Hands Free Profile), A2DP (Advance Audio Distribution Profile), and AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile). HSP/HFP is a standard Bluetooth profile that supports virtually all Bluetooth wireless headsets. Support for A2DP allows the SM10 to send stereo audio to Bluetooth headsets like the Sena SMH10. Enjoy Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP--play, pause, track forward and track back--on up to two Bluetooth headsets.
Attach the SM10 to your motorcycle with confidence thanks to the device's water resistance. Use the included motorcycle handlebar mount to place the SM10, and transmit wireless audio even while riding in inclement weather.
Onboard Audio System Cable Support
The SM10 features onboard cable support for connecting to 5- and 7-pin DIN cable jacks for audio systems on select motorcycles such as the Harley Davidson Ultra Classic and Honda Gold Wing, making it even easier to add wireless Bluetooth connectivity to your touring motorcycle.
There's also an AUX-in stereo input for GPS and radar/laser detector devices, making the SM10 a very versatile way to add wireless capabilities to your bike, keeping you in touch with all your devices.
The SPH10-10 offers peace of mind in your purchase with a 2-year warranty against workmanship defects. See the warranty card in your product packaging for full details.
What's in the Box?
Sena Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter, handlebar mounting kit, mounting cradle, USB power and data cable, 3.5mm 3-pole stereo audio cable, 3.5mm 4-pole stereo audio cable, DC charger, manual, warranty.
- Talk time: 8 hours
- Standby time: 3 days
- Bluetooth: v2.1 + EDR
- Battery Charging time: 3 hours
- Battery Type: Lithium polymer battery
- Dimensions: 83mm × 45mm × 25mm (3.3 in x 1.8 in x 1.0 in)
- Weight: 50g (1.76 oz)
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I will say that syncing and connectivity were a snap, so if using for its intended purpose, this device would probably be great.
In our situation, it wasn't acceptable for the main reason that even with aptx connectivity, there was still too much latency for tv watching. Although delay was minimal and not noticeable if listening to music, the audio delay when paired with video, was uncomfortable.
Additionally, for some reason, our headsets would not remember and recognize this device from one time to the next. There were occasional-to-frequent signal drops, and re-syncing every time, was just not feasible.
I am still giving this 4 stars because the setup is very intuitive, transmission was strong and device feels very solid and durable.
If our frustrations came mainly because we were trying to use this for purposes other than it was intended, then it's not fair to negatively critique this device on that basis.
SMH10 headsets provide bluetooth intercom function along with interface to phone---no cables & no modifications to Goldwing.
Cost is reasonable & quality of product is excellent.
Con's: Bluetooth interface to all components and functions is a little quirky---what seems to work is: 1. phone & SM10 bluetooth OFF 2. Link SMH10 headsets 3. SM10 power ON which should auto link to both headsets 4. phone bluetooth to ON & link to SMH10 headset. Once linked everything seems to work GREAT until power is removed which then requires you to repeat link process.
Note: Have never been able to link both helmets to phone at the same time but one helmet linked seems to work fine.
This is great since my phoen will only last for probably a half hour once I turn on bluetooth and GPS at once- the Sena device has its own power supply so it doesn't drain my phone or ipod to use both at once,conserving battery on both inputs for the ride.
The first solution I tried was from Kokkia- a 'dual stream' ipod adapter. Couldn't really get it to work properly, even with help from customer support which is based in Korea I think. It would pair to each headst, but would alternate streaming between the headsets. Never did get simultaneous streaming to work at all, so I returned the unit. Also, this unit drew power from the ipod, so it would drain my music pretty quick.
The second slution I tried was to get 2 cheap bluetooth dongles with 1/8" headset jacks and put them on a Y splitter plugged into the ipod. This wouldn't work since they seemed to clone the bluetooth MAC addresses, so while they would pair to the headsets, they seemed to both try to connect as the same unit so once the streaming started it would jump from one helmet to the other, but only once did it do both at once (out of a hundred tries!). Maybe 2 different brands of this type would have worked, but at that point I was sick of trying it :P
So, once I found this unit, have to say I was happy to see it appeared designed to solve my exact situation. Mounts to my RAM fork stem accessory mount system perfectly, has its own battery supply, and streams simultaneously to both of my headsets with no operability issues- turn them all on and they connect up without any gymnastics. It also connected to my Scala Q2 teamset, but I wound up upgrading my teamset to the G9 anyway.
If you're on a bike and want to easily share tunes with no wires connecting your passenger to you, this is the way to go to do it easily and efficiently!
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