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Sena SMH10D-11 Bluetooth et Intercom avec Micro Universel Pack Double
|Prix conseillé :||EUR 389,00|
|Prix :||EUR 366,12 LIVRAISON GRATUITE Détails|
|Économisez :||EUR 22,88 (6%)|
|Tous les prix incluent la TVA.|
- Casque sans fil Bluetooth 3.0 et interphone à longue portée avec système Easy-contrôle (molette)
- Conférence intercom jusqu'à 4 motards
- Appels mains libres
- Musique stéréo et contrôle de la piste via Bluetooth®
- Profils de volume individuels
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Descriptions du produit
Avec le SMH10, vous pouvez appeler les mains libres sur votre portable Bluetooth, écouter de la musique en stéréo ou encore suivre le guidage vocal de navigation GPS par Bluetooth sans fil, et avoir des conversations intercom bidirectionnelles en duplex intégral avec un passager ou d'autres motards.
Grâce au tout dernier Bluetooth et à la technologie de traitement numérique avancée, le SMH10 offre la meilleure qualité sonore de sa catégorie pour les sons entrants et sortants. La facilité d'accès et les boutons intuitifs font également du SMH10 le compagnon idéal des motards.
Intercom avec micro-tige, pack double.
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Intercom Bluetooth jusqu'à 900 mètres en plein air
- Intercom de conférence à 4 voies
- Conférence téléphonique avec participant en intercom
- Intercom avec tous les Casques Bluetooth
- Partage de la musique
- Bluetooth Multipoint pour deux téléphones portables
- Instructions vocales
- Ecouteurs stéréo Bluetooth pour dispositifs audio Bluetooth comme les lecteurs MP3
- Commandes audio Bluetooth par AVRCP : lecture, pause, piste suivante, piste précédente
- Manipulation facile grâce à la molette polyvalente (brevet en instance)
- Niveau sonore suffisant avec booster audio intégré
- Kit mains libres Bluetooth pour les téléphones portables Bluetooth
- Ecouteurs Bluetooth ou stéréo pour la navigation GPS Bluetooth
- Numérotation abrégée
- Effet écho
- Musique en stéréo avec câble audio 3,5 mm
- Résistant à l'eau pour une utilisation par tous les temps
- Qualité sonore limpide et naturelle
- Advanced Noise ControlTM
- Jusqu'à 12 heures de temps de conversation, 10 jours en veille
- Peut être utilisé pendant le chargement en voyage
- Contrôle de volume
Commentaires en ligne
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
Très bonne autonomie (tient la journée en utilisation intensive) et bonne qualité du son.
Seul bémol, la portée un peu juste en montagne quand vous devez converser avec le premier
d'un groupe de 8 motards et que vous refermez la marche...
Achat à conseiller.
Plus simple d'emploi, plus costaud.
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The Sena are awesome, right out of the box, set up took a couple minutes, Bluetooth was instant, betw. helmets, iPhone. The music from my iPhone sounds excellent in stereo.
I love that it has a (jog)dial to turn volume up & down, it makes it so much easier. Also, has a flat microphone that Velcros to the inside of your helmet so you don't have to use the boom mic. it's almost invisible that it's there, if you use a full face that is.
Sena was $100. less but 100% better. Love IT
Options galore. What kind of options you say?
1. You can use earbuds with the optional accessory. I haven't thrown down the cash yet, but I am definitely considering it in the future.
2. You can use the boom mic, or the wired mic if you get the SMH10-11. Typically boom mic for modular, wired mic for full face, but up to you.
3. There is an aux input, so you can wire non bluetooth accessories as well. Haven't tried it yet, since I use my phone.
4. You can get the SMH5 for a partner for cheap. The SMH5 runs about $100. The main difference is smaller speakers, less range, less connectivity, and no aux. Perfect for a secondary set or to convince your cheap ass friend to buy so you can communicate while on the road. It does pair with the SMH10.
5. Firmware updates. They just released v4.2 last month or so.
The wired mic is really nice because I really disliked the idea of a boom sticking out of my helmet. Now, they do have the boom where it's a wired boom now, so you can stick it in the helmet so half the boom flex is not sticking out of the helmet which is a nice touch, but I still prefer the wired mic. Much smaller and manageable. However, maybe the sound isn't as good? I haven't compared the two.
I use NRR 33 E-A-R Soft Blast UF Foam Ear Plugs and with these, I have no problem hearing music at 75mph from the speakers. I have also tried having a phone conversation and could hear the other person fine. He could also hear me. I have uploaded a sample conversation we had at 50 mph and 80 mph with the visor up and down. dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/83612395/sena_test_final.mp3
I was pretty amazed.
The jog dial is nice. It makes changing volume and tracks very simple. I have the SMH10 connected to my HTC Evo 4g LTE and use Google Music to stream all my music while I ride.
I have the Shoei RF1100 and was able to route all the wires pretty cleanly behind the cheek pads except for the initial wires coming out of the unit. Those just wrap over the rim of the helmet. I could mod the pads to squeeze it through but I don't mind.
I ride a 2001 Suzuki SV650.
Now I have to convince my riding buddies to go with the Sena lol.
I installed the unit and tinkered with positioning and had it working in under 30 minutes. I paired it with my iPhone 4s. I played with the unit at home, then I took a 1200+ mile trip a week ago on my BMW K1200gt. The music sounded great. I experimented with Pandora, but with spotty signal strength on a real journey, it was unreliable, which has nothing to do with the bluetooth. So, I mostly played the 900+ songs loaded on my phone. The Bluetooth pairing was quick and easy. The music sounded Great! The volume and clarity were beyond expectations. a common complaint with various helmet Bluetooth systems was poor speaker quality. Not so with this system. And I couldn't crank the volume all the way up without hurting my ears.
I made a phone call once I got on the interstate going 85mph to test it. I also received several calls later during the trip and asked for a 'review' of my voice from each person I spoke with. While I 'felt like' my voice wasn't going to be heard or understood speaking inside my full-face helmet. Each person was surprised when I told them where I was speaking to them from. One said, "you sound loud and clear and I can't tell any difference in your voice at all." As I said earlier, I ride a K1200gt, which has a great faring and adjustable windshield. I did raise the windshield when speaking on the phone to eliminate any wind around my helmet at all. I can't comment on using the speakers nor microphone with less wind protection. But, in my situation, the SMH10-11 is PERFECT so far.
I also haven't had an opportunity to test the intercom features yet, as I went on this trip alone.
I have already recommended this unit to my friends.
As far as sound, pairing, ease of use etc...once you are paired, operation is pretty simple. Pairing the units for intercom speech was simple as well. The unit is currently paired to my iPod Nano, and Blackberry 9370. While I can use the 9370 for audio playback, I prefer to use the nano for music.
Now here is where the quirks come in: rare but some occasional dropping of a paired device. I will be riding and all of a sudden the music cuts out...so I have to stop and re-pair and then get moving again. Granted this doesn't happen very often, but it is frustrating when it does. I don't know if this is the SENA or my device so I can't difinitely say that the SENA is the problem, I don't know enough about Bluetooth technology
The sound quality is pretty good for what it is. It is NOT going to sound like a 7.1 surround sound home theater system, and it is a little lacking in bass. Funny enough, it sounds better while wearing ear plugs...I use the cheapo foam ear plugs and I find that the sound in better and has more clarity, as strange as it sounds. It also helps to set your MP3 player to 'bass boost' or equivalent.
I have yet to use the intercom as my friend and I have not been out together yet to test it, but I've read that the range/distance (Line of sight) is pretty accurate.
Finally the desktop software presents the biggest issue. It is very buggy and makes firmware upgrades VERY difficult. Running on a windows 7 system, my OS was able to find the SENA when plugged in via USB but the SENA desktop software could not find the SENA...huh???? finally I had to run the app as an administrator and it worked, but it was a very clunky process, not very intuitive at all.
a recommendation: disable the voice activation settings. I've found that wind noise can confuse the unit. In fact the directions tell you to blow into the mic to activate the voice activation for the intercom. But when you open the vents on your helmet, the airflow can accidentally trigger the voice activation, and then you hear 10 seconds of silence followed by "intercom failed" verbal prompt..gets a little frustrating..so my suggestion is to deactivate the voice activation feature..a simple tap on the jog wheel activated the intercom just as easily and without the frustration I would guess.
So all in all I am pleased with the Sena SMH-10, it works as advertised and really brings a whole new dynamic to riding. There is nothing better than cruising on a winding country road while your favorite artist is playing (literally) in your head!!!
UPDATE: So I've had the chance to use the intercom system and I can say it works as advertised. I didn't really test the range, but during line of sight, the intercom works flawlessly. The sound is clear, articulate and easy to use. I'm pleased to say that Sena has updated the drivers and desktop app and made it much more user friendly. we got caught in a rainstorm and the unit kept on working. The only issue we both had was that on occasion the right speaker cut out for some reason...but this problem seemed to resolve itself spontaneously. So all in all a very good buy, and I have no regrets.
SECOND EDIT: re: Desktop app issues...I posted that the SENA desktop app had trouble "finding" the SMH10 when it was plugged in, but i think i MAY have found the culprit. I originally had a wireless usb mouse plugged into one of the other USB ports..and i think that may have confused the desktop software. Once I unplugged the USB mouse receiver and tried again, the SENA desktop app seemed to find the unit right away. So before you run the app and plug in the SENA, remove ANY OTHER usb peripherals from your computer and hopefully that should solve the problem.
WHY I BOUGHT THIS
* Wanted Bluetooth communication w/ iPhone 5
* Easier on/off removal from helmet vs. SMH5-XX models
* Wanted flexibility with mounting of the mic
* Sena had the best reviews and price vs. other brands
I've ridden with this communications system for about 2-3 months (before the weather got cold).
* Easy on / off between rides - It's really easy to un-snap the unit and stash it in a tank bag or pocket when you're not wanting it on the helmet. Takes 0.5 second and is relatively easy to do IF you have the helmet off.
* Easy iPhone pairing - I've not had any issues with the pairing. I stash my iPhone in my Tourmaster jacket with Bluetooth enabled, hop on the bike, turn on the Sena, and I get a voice confirmation that the phone is paired.
* Top / bottom volume range tones - If you turn the unit all the way up or down, you get a tone to indicate that you've reached the end of the adjustment spectrum.
* Mic flexibility - I used the bud mic because I didn't want to be limited with a full face helmet and a boom mic. There IS a boom mic included, but it requires you to velcro attach it to the inside of the helmet shell. I MAY eventually set this up to have options -- the boom mic MAY be better for voice quality, but for compactness, the bud mic can't be beat.
* Battery life - The battery life is awesome. I've had it charged for almost 2 weeks and listened to it to / from work (25 mile round trip) for podcasts and music before it needed charging.
* Placement of speakers - You need more velcro options for sticking the speakers in the helmet. The back of the speakers isn't velcro-y (???) enough by default to just stick to the liner padding outright. I stuck the included velcro pads too high and behind the ears because that was the closest place I could find that was just styrofoam shell w/o the clothe liner. I eventually moved the speakers into the ear pads themselves -- not sure if this is safe, but I couldn't get them to sit close enough to my ears to hear them.
* Volume of speakers for Bluetooth audio (music, podcasts, etc.) - There is a software issue -- in my opinion -- that makes all Bluetooth audio like music, podcasts, etc. too soft. Note -- these speakers are the larger units included with Sena products. There are many complaints about this unit and this type of audio. I often have to boost audio for music and podcasts while, sadly, blowing out the speakers with phone calls and other activities. Firmware updates have not helped with this issue.
* Bud mic quality - I opted for the multiple mic model because I didn't like the fixed boom mic model (slightly cheaper). The bud mic that I mounded just under the chin vent is unobtrusive, but I get complaints that I cannot be heard very well. Additionally, Siri on the iPhone has a lot of trouble distinguishing commands.
* Firmware update process - You have to register the unit to get firmware updated. This is annoying -- it's done to discourage unauthorized Sena dealers and their buyers, but it feels more like having to use a social media login to get to a service that really shouldn't require a login. I've updated the firmware once and, once you're registered, it's fine, but it's still annoying to have to register the unit.
* Battery warning is untimely - I like the battery life, but the voice notification for the battery is abrupt -- you get one warning that the battery is low and the unit shuts off, completely dead. Definitely NOT a "You have 10% battery left" style system like on an iPhone.