Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing


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Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by cardinal » Wed May 15, 2019 3:35 pm



Any one tried the Sena FreeWire Bluetooth CB and Audio Adapter for Honda Goldwing?






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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by 89 1500 » Wed May 15, 2019 6:44 pm

I'd love to but it would cost me upwards of $500 for rider and passenger so
I'll wait and see if the prices drop or I find a great deal on a couple used.

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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by cardinal » Wed May 15, 2019 9:39 pm

89 1500 wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 6:44 pm
I'd love to but it would cost me upwards of $500 for rider and passenger so
I'll wait and see if the prices drop or I find a great deal on a couple used.
They've been out for at least 2 years, so some good used ones should be around by now. And you would still need 2 headsets at around $200 each.

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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by C-dub » Wed May 15, 2019 10:48 pm

I cannot help out with the CB part of the question.

I do, however, have a Freewire on mine and as far as everything else besides the CB it works very well. Everything that can be heard through the bike's speakers is transmitted into my helmet's SRL headset.
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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by cardinal » Thu May 16, 2019 8:55 am

C-dub wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 10:48 pm
I cannot help out with the CB part of the question.

I do, however, have a Freewire on mine and as far as everything else besides the CB it works very well. Everything that can be heard through the bike's speakers is transmitted into my helmet's SRL headset.
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Good to hear. I'm just not sure that it's worth $500 just to get rid of the wires to my helmet and GPS.

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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by thrasherg » Thu May 16, 2019 11:52 am

the issue is your looking at nearly $1000 if you want both you and the passenger to be wireless. I fitted one to my goldwing and it worked perfectly with everything (CB included) but my passenger stayed wired (she has her own bike and doesn't ride on the back of me very often) you need both an intercom for the passenger and a second Freewire as the goldwing specific freewire will only pair with one helmet intercom. Its a great system but VERY expensive to have both rider and passenger all working as per the wired system.

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Re: Sena CB adaptor for Goldwing

Post by 89 1500 » Thu May 16, 2019 6:30 pm

thrasherg wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 11:52 am
the issue is your looking at nearly $1000 if you want both you and the passenger to be wireless. I fitted one to my goldwing and it worked perfectly with everything (CB included) but my passenger stayed wired (she has her own bike and doesn't ride on the back of me very often) you need both an intercom for the passenger and a second Freewire as the goldwing specific freewire will only pair with one helmet intercom. Its a great system but VERY expensive to have both rider and passenger all working as per the wired system.

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