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Sena SC-HR-01 Handlebar Remote Sena pour le Système de Communication Bluetooth
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- Installation facile par serrage du guidon
- Joystick et boutons actionnables même avec des gants
- Quelques mois de durée de vie de la batterie
- Port USB pour la recharge
- Résistant à l'eau
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Le Handlebar Remote Sena est un contrôle spécialement conçu pour le système de communication Bluetooth Sena permettant des capacités intelligentes Bluetooth. Avec l'utilisation du contrôle Bluetooth, le Handlebar Remote Sena permet aux utilisateurs à contrôler à distance les casques audio Bluetooth Sena. Être capable de contrôler à distance le casque audio Bluetooth offre non seulement aux utilisateurs une toute nouvelle expérience, mais réduit également le risque survenu en retirant les mains sur le guidon et écoutant directement un casque en roulant. Il est conçu pour se connecter à des casques audio Bluetooth Sena avec Bluetooth intelligent prêt tels que 20S, 10U ou 10C permettant aux utilisateurs de faire fonctionner les casques à distance. Avec le Handlebar Remote, les utilisateurs peuvent utiliser les casques Bluetooth Sena en toute sécurité.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
*Easy pairing with the Sena S20.
*Great battery life.
* Too wide for mounting - causes long reach to turn signal. Feels in the way.
* Too tall - requires being at just the right angle, otherwise it either impedes operation of the hi to gh beam switch (Ducati Multistrada), or the button is too far under neath the handle bar to be easily reachable.
* Spring loaded clamp mount, while a good idea, doesn't work very well. The spring really isn't strong enough, so the device moves around the handlebar when pressing the buttons.
* Rear button is impossible to find while riding. Downright dangerous IMHO
* Every button push cause a beep in the headset. I use earbuds and the beep is way way way too loud, blowing out my ears. Also downright dangerous IMHO.
I had to come back and update my review here as I experienced problems with the remote that I had ordered and had been using when I wrote the review below. I give great credit to the vendor as they have worked with me, or are working with me, to resolve the problems that I've had by accepting the now defective unit (the volume up area of the joystick on the remote ceased to function after a few weeks of being on my motorcycle's handlebar) as a return and get me a new one that will resolve this issue. I appreciate the vendor's efforts and their customer service as they've been nothing but friendly about working with me. I did get a little frustrated with the manufacturer who I turned to originally, expecting that they'd offer to RMA the device and swap it for me.
While the manufacturer eventually headed towards doing an RMA, they also suggested that I would be best to turn back to the seller. I'd much prefer to not have to go back to the vendor, especially with something that I'd call a manufacturing defect, but I have to admit it is up to the manufacturer to determine how they wish to proceed, and also up to the vendor as to how they want to handle problems.
I am again looking forward to getting a replacement unit, but that will take a few weeks to get done. Meanwhile I'll go back to using the headset directly (the 20S that I was pairing this with). It may not be as convenient for adjusting the volume while listening to music, or switching the channels while listening to the FM radio, but it does work.
Review updated 9/3/2015 - original review follows:
I have a couple of observations and recommendations with this device as a few days of usage has lead me to a few issues and some pointers that may help others out.
I originally oriented this device similarly to the picture that is shown on the product listing with the joystick on the "front" of the device and the power indicator light at the top. When I did that, I found myself hitting the buttons too easily which lead to frustrations and actions that I didn't need/want at that point occurring (things like changing radio stations when I didn't intend to).
I wound up turning the device "upside down". Once I did that I found myself hitting the buttons much less frequently. On a related note, I also found through trial and error that the buttons weren't doing what the instructions stated they would. For example, bottom button is supposed to be the equivalent of the Ambient button for Sena 20S users (which I am) except that doesn't seem to be the case, at least not for me. The bottom button (which is now the top button for me) instead serves to turn the FM radio on (if held in for 2 seconds, give or take) and also serves to advance the FM station to the next preset station when the button is pushed momentarily.
I am easily able to use the joystick to flick up or down to lower or raise the volume (reminder, I'm using this device upside down to "up" lowers volume, "down" raises the volume).
I have mild frustrations with how this device fits on my Harley Dyna, since it is a little wide and tends to line up in such a way that it blocks my thumb access to the left turn signal and other buttons on my left control cluster. I find that I have to move my hand a bit to reach my thumb over past the joystick and this remote control to reach the turn signal, horn button, or headlight control. Additionally, I would note that using this device also means lining up the open end of the remote control so that your clutch handle can be pulled back into the space where this remote control might otherwise block it at. Think of this device as a bit horseshoe or U shape that has to have the opening of the horseshoe/U aligned with your clutch handle. If you don't have that sort of alignment the thickness of this device may intrude into being able to completely use the clutch (which would be a very bad thing).
For me this is a fairly solid 4 star device. I might use more of a 3.5 star rating if that was possible, but it isn't, and I really do find this device very useful, so I'll stick with the 4 stars. If you are a user of a Sena headset, then definitely consider this add-on if you can use it.