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Interphone F3 Bluetooth Intercom Review The Interphone Bluetooth intercom was developed by a European consortium and the product was just officially launched in Europe about two weeks ago. It’s made in Italy by Cellular Italia S.p.A. The set shown here is known as the Cellular Line Interphone and it was kindly sent to us for …

Cardo Scala Rider TeamSet Review UPDATE: See the extensive comments from Midland in the Comments section below. Also: See our Scala Rider MultiSet Q2 review and our Interphone Bluetooth Intercom review It’s been a long time coming, but motorcyclists finally have a couple of solutions for wireless rider-to-passenger communications with Bluetooth intercom systems. Our definition of wireless definitely does not include “Gen …

The wBW Motorcycle Bluetooth Intercom Page When webBikeWorld was first started in 2000, motorcycle intercom systems were clumsy wired beasts. Bluetooth intercom systems started to appear a few years later and the first systems were complicated to use and had very poor sound quality and range. But the industry has rapidly evolved and now there are many …

The Premier Cycle Accessories XM – Sirius Radio Mount I’ll be first to admit that I hate doing things twice. I will plot and plan and scheme about a project until my head hurts, just so I don’t have to do things over. I guess I’m bearing my sins when it comes to satellite radio …

J&M “Integratr” Motorcycle Intercom If you are considering a portable motorcycle audio system, this would be my first choice of what is available on the market today (2006). There’s a considerable amount of flexibility and options for the unit, and functionally it is considerably better than most of the units I’ve ridden with. J&M Corporation …

The Nady MRC-11X and Nady PMC-3x The folks at Nady Systems have produced a trio of small, lightweight motorcycle communication systems, the PMC-2X intercom, the PMC-3X intercom with FM radio and a bike-to-bike communications system called the MRC-11X. The PMC-3X intercom with FM radio is powered by three AAA batteries or the motorcycle’s electrical system …

The Autocom Active-PLUS Editor’s Note: This is a two-part article on installing an Autocom Active-PLUS motorcycle intercom system. Part I: Motorcycle Helmet Installation Part II: Installing the Autocom Active-PLUS on a 2006 Yamaha Road Star Silverado (This page) After a few days of scooting around fine-tuning the headsets it was time to hook the unit to bike power. …

An Updated Half-Helmet Intercom The Sena SPH10H-FM is a Bluetooth 3.0 intercom system for half helmets. It consists of two large triangular-shaped padded ear pieces that fit the typical chin strap of a half helmet design. Both ear pieces have speakers while the left side contains the boom mic and the receiver for the intercom …

The Backchat Voice-Powered Motorcycle Intercom I’ve been searching for a wireless motorcycle intercom system for some time now. I remain amazed that apparently no one has yet exploited Bluetooth technology to make this happen. When they do, we’ll be there. But in the meantime, I still needed a motorcycle intercom, preferably without any of the …

Ride With Your iPhone 6 and 6+ This is Part 3 of our “Using a Tablet as a Motorcycle GPS” series. It could be called “Using a Phablet as a GPS”, because the iPhone 6+ is about as close as you can get to being a tablet without actually being one! The focus of this …

Autocom Intercoms My wife Sue had bought a set of Personal Mobile Radios (PMR) with some headphones and microphones for our motorcycles. We had great hopes that we could talk to each other during runs as we quite like each other really and on a long haul, it’s great to keep in contact using both …

Baehr Ultima XL Intercom & Baehr Basic Plus Intercom Review Crystal-clear communications for rider-to-rider and rider-to-passenger (pillion). Baehr has various models with capabilities ranging from basic bike-to-bike or rider to passenger communications. Optional interface attachments for mobile phones, MP3 or CD players, radios, talking GPS and more are available. I used to think of motorcycling …