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m2102
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Bluetooth

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I'm probably beating a dead horse but i am looking for advise.
I have cb radio, zumo gps, satellite radio, and intercom. Been looking around at some of the options but they can be a bit confusing. What do i need to do/get to be able to have all the above into Bluetooth capable? Need intercom fir pillion.


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Re: Bluetooth

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Im interested in hearing the answer, I have an 1800 with CB, GPS and all the knobs, but I use a bluetooth bike to bike intercom and have no idea how to link it into the Goldwing audio system so I can use the FM radio, CB, etc. I have the intercom linked to my GPS so I can listen to the music from my GPS and hear the navigation directions, but would love to also be able to use the CB and FM radio!! I'm sure its a simple bluetooth module that is needed to connect to the original Honda rider intercomm plug, but I don't know of anything like that..

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I too am looking at going Bluetooth, wireless and am also looking at options. Came across the following video's that offer an option. I have friends who have SENA communication systems and love them. Where I also have a CB I don't want to toss it to the side.



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Re: Bluetooth

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One of the guys I work with has late model Goldwing and he went with the Sena freewire option and really likes it. With the helmet setup and the freewire it's an expensive option at $500 but it works well and he can talk to other riders in his group. I have a J&M corded setup in my modular helmet that I use from time to time, works fine for me. Having all the bike functions as well as cell phone connectivity to your helmet wirelessly is a nice option if you use it.
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Re: Bluetooth

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Thsnks. Have lots of options to look at.


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