caneyeask: I bought a set of these and hate them. If you buy them to communicate while on a scooter and under 35 MPH you will be fine. At 55 you can not hear a word of what the other person is saying. I can hear the radio on my Road Glide better then I can hear the G9 on FM. Spent over 100 bucks on modifications Cardo told me to do and still noting. They promised me that if I kept them versus returning them to the store for a refund that they would help me that I would love them. As soon as they date to return to the Harely Dealer lapsed they quit trying to help. 18 months later and they are going back to Cardo for inspection. I know they will find nothing wrong. Read real carefully and see if Cardo says anything about the sets working at higher speeds. They do not say it. They avoid it. They know that they do not work at higher speeds. Stay away from this product. I am 482 bucks in the hole and ticked off.
Megan “rebelyelp” Welsh: i cannot figure out how to use this thing. I linked it to my phone with blue tooth but the voice control dosnt work unless im reading the directions wrong. I thought you were able to speak to your phone through the blue tooth feature.
Green Fish: Luckily I got mine at Cycle Gear-they are going back. Riding demands total attention. Too many buttons to push. Totally loud FM Radio blasts in to you and other rider. This happened 3 times in 30 minutes. LOUSY audio, tinny. My unit was very weak. Rider B was loud. When we made a phone call volume dropped off to almost nothing for both. Not worth the effort to read the user guide. Wanted to love it but it's like all the rest very complicated when on your bike. Don't buy one.
webBikeWorld: The "Click to link" feature is one method available to pair the intercoms. Once paired, use the standard procedure to communicate via the intercom.
gasitman: Can someone explain how to talk to another rider when you "click: them together. IT makes no sense what so ever in the instructions and took almost 20 minutes for them to connect.
webBikeWorld: Not sure which intercom would be better in those conditions -- maybe the Interphone F5 or the UClear HBC200?
falconidaes: Weather conditions I am facing in my country are unpredictable. It is sunny when I start riding, and when I come back I ride for 1-2h in heavy rain (cars are slowing down to 70-80km/h). Also temperature is rather low so I need to maintain 120km/h speed to have a good visibility (Shark RSR2). Some drops here and there is not an issue. Problems occurs in long constant heavy rain and speed. This is my opinion about this case. Thank you for your attention.
webBikeWorld: They're exposed when the intercom module is pulled from the headset only. We haven't had any problems related to water resistance and have been using it on many rides since early Spring of 2012.
falconidaes: At 1:04 are visible connections to mic and speakers( PCB board is exposed). At 120km/h water will penetrate all of them. Case might be WP but communication is down. I have G4 powers set with the same case with the same results. WP certification is piece of sh...
webBikeWorld: Who said it isn't? You didn't read the full webBikeWorld review!?
falconidaes: Not waterproof? WTF is this?
slofco: My brother and I have these and they work great. We can hear each other perfect when going 70 or better on the highway.
webBikeWorld: A simpler system might be better for basic rider/passenger communications. We have reviews of dozens of different motorcycle intercom systems on webBikeWorld, visit the Intercom Reviews page for the list.
Mofles Gutz: Awesome review. Would you recommend this system for just 2 riders? Or what system would work best if I only need to speak to my passenger, who may also learn to ride on her own one day
webBikeWorld: Don't know about the helmet combo, should be ok. All of the rest of the info is covered in the full webBikeWorld review. Probably no intercom is usable at 60+ MPH and you should be concentrating on riding only at those speeds anyway.
fullyautomated: I ride an 08 Triumph Daytona 675 with a factory windscreen & wear a Scorpion Exo 1000 helmet. Will this add a lot of buffeting/wind noise to my ride? Also, are the speakers loud enough that I'll hear them while doing 70-80mph on the highway?
BarbellStrength: I have an older multi set and it's already good (a few little annoyances that were fixed in the newer version). This set must be great!
Mark James: I've had my eye on Scala Bluetooth headsets for a long time, but never bought a set.