I eat my R6
Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: West Chester, PA
Bike: 2008 Yamaha R6
Re: Bluetooth Intercom
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You can't go wrong with a Sena. I've been using their entry level model, the SMH5, for about 4 years now and I've had no issues.
Connected to my old iPhone and currently connects to my Samsung Galaxy S7. I can play music and make calls with ease, even use Siri or Google assistant depending on apple/android.
For group rides they can intercom pair between other headsets. I only have paired up to one other headset, but it says it can handle up to a 4-way conversation maybe more. Battery lasts a solid 6-8 hours of intercom or about 4-5 hours of music from your phone.
Cheap too ($96.75 on sale right now, reg $129)
SMH10 is better sound quality, probably better range, looks a little sleeker ($156.75 on sale, reg $210)
1986 Yamaha Radian
2008 Yamaha R6