Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma
bluetooth car system
The motorcycle enviorment is very unfriendly to devices that are not designed to operate in the bike world. Wind noise is a bass tone and it will literally drive a vox system crazy-----I spent over $7,500.00 trying to find a good motorcycle audio system......after all that I found Autocom and have been happy ever since.
Bluetooth sounds great but one may find that it does not work quite as advertised.
GPS A2DP protocols
head sets A2DP protocols (this does not mean they will work together---)
Cell phone 2.0 may not work with the headsets
Radar Detector: add a bluetooth dongle it may interfere with the other devices
Bike to Bike no one offers anything that I have ever heard will work....
Intercom this will work with same brand
Charging the batteries on the headset every day on a trip
Is having a wire going to your helmet more or less trouble than all of the above problems ? I think it is much less trouble and much better performance to be hard wired......:beatnik:
NET NET buy a good hardwired system that is guaranteed to work you will spend less money, not get ulcers, and have a system that can grow as you need it to, without boxing you into a pricey corner.......JMO I have sold, over 1000 systems, installed 400, have run into most of the above problems. Yes I am prejudiced toward Autocom but I am also experienced and I know it works and it is guaranteed to work or your money back.