Schuberth SRC-System Test
I’ve reviewed Schuberth’s S2 full-face motorcycle helmet in the past, but that was prior to the German company’s release of the S2 SRC Communication System
Bluetooth Your Motorcycle.
The Cardo Scala Rider Q2 MultiSet is a system that includes two Bluetooth headsets, each with two ear speakers, microphone, charger and carrying case. The Velcro-mounted headset speakers fit either on top or behind the cheek cushions. The base units easily slide into the clips that we had fastened to the side of the helmets and are easily removed for recharging and storage. The microphones flex to position in front of your mouth. Following the directions for the system set-up, we were able to use the headsets within 15 minutes.
Years ago, I bought a Chatterbox helmet communication system to be able to talk wirelessly to my motorcycle riding buddies while roaming around the east coast. That particular setup was very primitive by today’s standards, but it showed me the possibilities for adding music and communication to my moto experience.
Two Ready-to-Use Enhanced Motorcycle Scala Rider Q2 Wireless Headsets Packaged Together For Instantaneous, Clear Bike-to-Bike Communications* Right Out of the Box.
Cardo Systems, Inc., the world’s market leader in the field of wireless Bluetooth® communications for motorcycle helmet headsets, today announced the launch of its new product, the SCALA RIDER MULTISET. The MULTISET retail box includes two ready-to-use, enhanced SCALA RIDER wireless headsets for hands-free and safe bike-to-bike communication (up to 500m/1640ft)* as well as for hands-free conversations when pair