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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby alans1100 » 24 Jun 2013, 01:58

Andi Archer wrote:Might be this one Alan as its in the right price range
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x500M-Motorc ... 1e77bc5031


alans1100 wrote:This type was the only one I found

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/500M-Motorcy ... 461&_uhb=1

And if you have a pillion

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2xNewest-BT- ... 022&_uhb=1


All from the same store and priced in the currency to suit E-bay site location to avoid currency transfer fees via Paypal though the twin item I found does have a larger range.

Heather is on about me getting something like this for us. That way she doesn't have to bash me if do something wrong.........lol Might keep this one in mind.
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby oslin2014 » 24 Jun 2013, 11:47

Hi Alans1100,
Here you are, New 200728888754 or second hand 300922172587 on flebay if ordering new it will take about 10 days to arrive but it is worth the wait :-)
Hope this helps, we find them very good, make sure you place the speakers in the correct place for your ears
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby alans1100 » 24 Jun 2013, 13:25

oslin2013 wrote:
Here you are, New 200728888754
Keith


Thanks,

I checked that one out but they don't ship that one to Australia but it's same reseller as the ones I found.
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby oslin2014 » 24 Jun 2013, 15:35

Are you sure China is just across the water for you :-)
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby Andi Archer » 24 Jun 2013, 15:59

Paul posted last year he had purchased a set from ebay which had a bluetooth control mounted on the handlebar to switch between passenger,bike to bike and gps with wired connection if memory serves.

Like this set

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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby HairyHeffalump » 28 Jun 2013, 21:24

Only pertinent if you use Nolan helmets.

1. I have a Nolan N103 which is fitted with N-Com Bluetooth 3 kit allowing bike to pillion via Bluetooth, phone, TwatNag, A2DMP devices, direct cabled MP3 and more importantly bike to bike using another N-Com blue tooth3 kit and has a built in 8 station FM VHF radio. It can also connect to a Blue tooth enable PMR446 radio like the Interphone aswell. I have a Midland G8e BT PMR: it works but at the expense of the phone connection. My wife's helmet is a N102 with an original BT unit and it talks with that very nicely.

2. I have another Nolan N103 with Autocom headgear in it as my Pan also has a older Autocom ProAVI through which I can connect all of the above cabled to the helmet. This gives me the advantage of using a Motorola TLKR-T7 PMR446 radio with a PTT switch (Sonic) on the handle bar with a back engineered Autocom PTT setting toggle switch mounted into the dash giving the choice of PTT, always mic on or Vox. It is also fitted with a a recent BT02a AD2MP compatible Bluetooth module.

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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby alans1100 » 23 Oct 2014, 09:38

Heather bought this today with delivery expected mid November........looks likes similar to the BT interphone in a different box.

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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby mbrST1100 » 23 Oct 2014, 10:27

Andi Archer wrote:Paul posted last year he had purchased a set from ebay which had a bluetooth control mounted on the handlebar to switch between passenger,bike to bike and gps with wired connection if memory serves.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x-Bluetooth- ... 1c33f0859e

Looks "interesting" with that handlebar-remote, but I still can't befriend myself with those thingies tugged to the outside of a helmet...

Limited operation times, hauling additional chargers for the helmet-kits, the remote eating through those button-batteries...

Friend changed to Nolan 104's, thus went with their N-Com...
Every morning and after every stop the arguments/nagging with his pillion starts over one of them kits not being paired/working, and he needs new ones after every season/once a year...
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby oslin2014 » 25 Oct 2014, 17:07

I have been using one of these for years now and they are very good, there is a special offer of £32 I think on at present at Amazon,
eSynic® 800m BT Interphone Bluetooth Motorbike Motorcycle Helmet Intercom Headset Wireless Headset -- Support... by eSynic
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Re: Motorcycle communication systems

Postby Andi Archer » 25 Oct 2014, 17:57

If you go through a site like Quidco or Top cash back you might get a rebate on that price too.Alternately using Flubbit may get you an offer of a discount on the marked price.
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