Has any one had either one of these how do you like them comments appreciated thanks.Doug
Well I can see the Sena crowd represented well here. I've had the Cardo Q4 for approximately 7 years and wouldn't part with them. I purchased these for my wife and myself, they still have battery life between 8 -14 hours (8 for my wife and 14 for me - guess who never stops talking . I've had these through a ton of rain and they never failed. I use the Bluetooth function for my cell phone and people are always amazed when I tell them I on my bike zipping down the freeway.Has any one had either one of these how do you like them comments appreciated thanks.Doug
I am interested in the Sena setup with the new Bell helmet, but I wondered if it would sink with my Cardo Q4. You mentioned that the Sena would sink with any units - have you tried it?With sena being able to connect to everyone and no one else able to do so why would you even consider another brand? I have a chatterbox xbi2 and can't wait to upgrade to the sena 10
one thing to note... on the 20s, there is no need for the 3.5mm adapter as there is already a spot on the unit to plug in headphones. another awesome feature of the 20sI have the Sena SMH10r on my HJC RPHA-10.
It is absolutely amazing. it is low profile on the side of the helmet, with the battery at the back of the helmet. I don't use the included flat speakers, instead I bought the adapter from Sena that allows you to use any 3.5mm headphone/earbuds. I hid all the cables under my helmet liner and the 3.5mm jack is at the back and easy to use.
The Sena Earbud Adapter
I hid the 3.5mm jack at the back of the helmet so if I decide to ride a short trip without the earbuds I can just throw the helmet on without it being an issue. The earbuds allow me to have passive ear protection (really do reduce wind noise) and also get much better sound quality!