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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Stereo Headset/Intercom

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Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth Stereo Headset/Intercom

Post by Steffridesabuell » Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:12 pm

Brand: Sena
Model: SMH-10
Rating: 3 stars
Using as: listening to music on the road.
Explanation: All I really wanted was to listen to some music on my long, boring commute.
I started out with some Koss earbuds. They had really good sound but I couldn't get my modular helmet on without yanking them out of my ears. After reading a bunch of reviews in other places I bought the Sena SMH-10 single headset. It was easy to install in my Scorpion EXO-900 helmet although the microphone boom never seems to be in a happy place. The device is also easy to power up and use with gloves on, and hooking up my non-Bluetooth MP3 was a piece of cake.
Once on the road I turned on my MP3 player...and I was quite disappointed in the sound quality. The great bass that the little Koss earbuds dleivered was pretty much gone. The music comes out of both speakers, but it's like somebody cut off the bottom half of the sound.
I haven't tried the SMH-10 with my Bluetooth GPS yet; I'll update this after I've tried that a few times.

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