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Tired of hand signals? Get plugged in with a headset. CB, cable, and bluetooth communication options allow motorcycle riders to speak freely. Plug into MP3, Cellphone, GPS, and one another. You will never want to ride without one again.
RICK in OR
This is a must when you ride in a group. With just a push of a button you can go from talking with the group of riders or listening to music or if need be making a call. A must have for any rider in my opinionRead All Reviews
Brian in FL
Ok.. if you have ridden without these, you are missing out. My son and I ride trails and we could not believe the difference this product makes. Awesome to be able to communicate/talk while riding. I ride YZ250 and he rides KTM 200 - you can TALK - not yell - and the other person can hear you perfectly. I don't know how or why people ride without this product. Makes riding safer and more enjoyable. Hey.. watch out for this hole... look out for these braches up here.... another rider ahead... did you see that? I could go on and on. When riding in thick trails it only goes about 50 yards, but totally worth it. Open areas - about 150 yards without static. Hint - don't use spacers for ear speakers - they will hit your ears and speakers do not need to be as close as you think to hear crystal clear. Fit fine in Troy Lee helmet and Oneal helmet. You have to try it.Read All Reviews
Dave in TN
I don't ride enough to spend a billion dollars (give or take) on a sena or cardo, but I do like to listen to music and on occasion need to talk to other folks on a ride. The Amp Go fits the bill. it's cheap and has the features I need. sound quality is, in my opinion VERY good with the speakers it comes with (and I'm sure better with the advanced speakers). it's not concert quality but I can hear my jamz over my bike's motor and wind noise so it's good. I REALLY like the boomless microphone business though. I was a little skeptical about this function, but so far no one I've spoken to while in the helmet had ANY clue I was wearing a helmet or riding a motorcycle at the time. some of the functions are a little hard to access given the limited buttons on the device and it takes some doing to memorize the button combos. also the buttons can be a little hard to find as you have to actually find the button under the rubberized button covers, but nothing that a little practice can't fix.Read All Reviews
Charles in CA
Our family of four have all use the Sena 10k for years for our in helmet communications and we've dealt with the constant cutting in and out, dropping the chain due to terrain, long charge times, and the challenge of remeshing on the trail when someone got dropped. We all received the new 30k for Christmas with blue tooth and mesh network. Desert riding with coms will never be the same. Thanks Sena, one happy Dad.Read All Reviews
Michael in CO
The sena communication devices are absolute game changers. From music, to telephone calls, to multiple rider communication. These bad boys are 110% worth the price. I have not ridden for very long but got the dual pack. I gave one to my neighbor who i ride with all the time and has been riding since he was a little kid. Between commuting to and from work and riding trails these things are almost a necessity now. Being able to tell someone "Hey, I'm down." before they get too far is HUGE being a new rider. Or my buddy being able to say "Big whoop coming up" or "Left up here". The biggest is being able to take phone calls. Everyone on the other end has no idea I'm on my bike. After using the headsets for a couple of weeks my neighbor took a bad spill and the Sena took some good hits. The thing stayed on, and is of course scratched up but you'd be amazed at how well it withstood the crash! The durability is astounding. Well done Sena, the SMH10 is perfect for its price. The functionality more than pays for itself. Now I'm curious if the more expensive models are even better, it'd be hard to beat this! (P.s. after about a month of using the Sena i let someone borrow it and as I was taking it out of my helmet one of the speakers ripped out of the cords. After contacting Sena and the site i purchased them from Sena is sending me a brand new unit. If any are curious on customer service)Read All Reviews