The SM10 is a Bluetooth stereo audio adapter based on Bluetooth 2.1+EDR technology. You can connect various audio devices such as mobile phone or MP3 player by using the SM10. It also supports onboard audio systems of specific brands by using optional audio cables.
How It Works & Options:
Each SMH-10 module can pair to their owncellular device in order to live stream music - a simple tap of the centerbutton on the SMH-10 opens up two-way communication between both helmets.
Each helmet can listen to theirown music simultaneously or one can take lead and allow the other to listen in.If a call comes through while each helmet is listening to their own music, onlythe cell phone receiving the call will be able to accept and communicate. Ifboth helmets are listening to one persons paired music, and a call comes in,without a SM10 device – the secondary helmet will be removed from theconversation and the person receiving the call will then be able to accept andcommunicate.
Adding a “SR-10” allows you to tie in 2-way communicationthrough a handheld device or mobile unit. The 2-way radio connects to the SR-10hub via a coil cord jumper which will be radio specific. When a 2-way callcomes through the radio/mobile unit, without the SM-10, only the one personpaired with the hub hears the incoming call and can transmit.
The SM-10 device plugs into the 2-way radio(handheld or mobile unit) and allows for both helmets to simultaneously listento the same music as well as receive and transmit both the two-way radio callas well as cellular calls.
The SM10 is a dual stream Bluetooth stereo transmitter. Motorcycle riders are able to connect audio devices such as mobile phones or MP3 players with the SM10. The dual streaming feature of the SM10 allows both the rider and the passenger to listen to the same music or radio station, even wirelessly.
It supports onboard audio systems of specific brands by using optional audio cables. The SM10 provides an affordable and easily configured method to allow two Bluetooth intercom systems to share the music output.