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Sena  SRL Bluetooth Communication System

Sena SRL Bluetooth Communication System

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The SENA Shoei Rider Link (SRL) is a sleek and low profile communication system tailored specifically to the Shoei Neotec 2 modular helmet. The SRL is virtually undetectable from the outside of the helmet, and functions with a simple three button control, or via a SENA smartphone app.

  • Dual Bluetooth chip allows for up to eight hours intercom connections as well as simultaneously listen to music and talking to other riders via intercom using Audio Multi-tasking
  • Bluetooth 4.1 technology
  • Music will automatically decrease in volume when audio comes through the intercom, and return to a normal volume when the riders stop talking over the intercom
  • Pair the SRL with your smartphone to stream music, listen to GPS directions, and take and make phone calls
  • Advanced noise control technology
  • Smart volume regulates the volume of your music when the environment outside your helmet changes due to wind noise or increased speed
  • Built in FM radio lets riders easily scan through and save up to ten radio stations
  • Talk time ten hours
  • Lithium polymer battery charges in 2 1/2┬áhours
  • Intercom working distance up to one mile in open terrain
  • FCC and IC certified
With noise control and 4.1 Bluetooth technology, this motorcycle helmet communication set is a high-quality device which is low profile and functions easily with only three buttons. The Bluetooth motorcycle helmet device includes the ability to call, use an intercom system and listen to music on your phone or through the built-in FM radio.
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