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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #16 on: May 07, 2013, 10.57 pm
    May 07, 2013, 10.57 pm
    I have Zumo 550, waiting to get 660 had dealer install GPS mount on bike just don't have time to get everything  done before we leave

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #17 on: May 08, 2013, 03.53 pm
    May 08, 2013, 03.53 pm
    If you have a mountingsset up for the 550 (one with a ball on the back) and you want to wire the dock right to the battery I can give you a socket to use for your handlebar and an arm to go between that and the bracket holding the GPS so you can use your 550.  Or, if you have the automotive set up that comes with a lot of these GPS units you can plug into one of the bike power sources that already exist and maybe even use the sunciton cup and stick it to the windshield.  I'm in and out this weekend but if you want to set up a time you can take a ride over and we can see if I have the accessories on hand that could make this work for you until you get your 660.  (Or, if you alredy have the cradle for the 660 installed take a ride to Ebst Buy and get the thing and you're all set!:)

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #18 on: May 08, 2013, 06.47 pm
    May 08, 2013, 06.47 pm
    Headset is a Sena SMH10-11, iPhone 4S, Garmin 350LM, USB 16GB flash drive.  There are so many options to pair Bluetooth devices it gets confusing.  I sat down with a piece of paper and sketched it out trying to sort out the best way.  Looking at the bike as the "control unit" with the most function and the ability to coordinate/prioritise said functions.  I first paired the SMH10 headset as HEADSET 1 to the bike (but first turn Bluetooth off on the iPhone or the SMH10 will try to pair with it).  I then paired the iPhone (turn Bluetooth back on) as DEVICE 2 to the bike.  Everything plays/works as expected.  The USB supports the iPod, MP3 players and the USB 16GB flash drive.  By repeatedly pressing the MODE/MENU button I can cycle through all available inputs.  For the intercom pair SMH10 to SMH10 away from the bike or have the bike and iPhone off.
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    Best regards; Art

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #19 on: May 10, 2013, 01.59 am
    May 10, 2013, 01.59 am
    *Originally Posted by Aharbi [+]
    Headset is a Sena SMH10-11, iPhone 4S, Garmin 350LM, USB 16GB flash drive.  There are so many options to pair Bluetooth devices it gets confusing.  I sat down with a piece of paper and sketched it out trying to sort out the best way.  Looking at the bike as the "control unit" with the most function and the ability to coordinate/prioritise said functions.  I first paired the SMH10 headset as HEADSET 1 to the bike (but first turn Bluetooth off on the iPhone or the SMH10 will try to pair with it).  I then paired the iPhone (turn Bluetooth back on) as DEVICE 2 to the bike.  Everything plays/works as expected.  The USB supports the iPod, MP3 players and the USB 16GB flash drive.  By repeatedly pressing the MODE/MENU button I can cycle through all available inputs.  For the intercom pair SMH10 to SMH10 away from the bike or have the bike and iPhone off.


    And the Garmin?  Can I assume wired to power/return and 3.5 socket behind left mirror? 

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #20 on: May 10, 2013, 02.50 am
    May 10, 2013, 02.50 am
    *Originally Posted by Quinn [+]

    And the Garmin?  Can I assume wired to power/return and 3.5 socket behind left mirror?

    Yes, that is correct.  That way the Trophy can manage the priorities of iPhone, GPS directions and music.  Of course the GPS could be paired directly to the SMH-10 as well.  Which I have done when I ride my other bikes.  Now you have me thinking... should I turn bluetooth off on the GPS when I put it back on the Trophy? Or just leave it on and see what happens because the SMH-10 also sets priorities. So the headset would receive two bluetooth NAV directions 1) from the Trophy via the 3.5 socket and 2) direct from the GPS.
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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #21 on: May 16, 2013, 04.34 pm
    May 16, 2013, 04.34 pm
    Hi everyone, does anyone know if the ncom blutooth system for nolan helmets will work on the trophy or do I have to get a new helmet comms.......my trophy doesn't arrive until next week so I'm unable to try it out yet.

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #22 on: May 16, 2013, 10.01 pm
    May 16, 2013, 10.01 pm
    Once I get wire harnesses straightened out, what I'd like to try is:   Garmin 550 hardwired to radio.  Unsmart phone bluetoothed to gps so I can access the phone directory  on it.   And headset bluetoothed to radio.  Curious to see headset will work for phone conversations going through both bluetooth radio and hardwired Garmin to get to its microphone.  If not,I'll try both radio and phone bluetoothed to headset.  In either case, the final test will be starting and ending intercomm bike to bike with another headset. 

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #23 on: Jun 01, 2013, 08.58 pm
    Jun 01, 2013, 08.58 pm
    Ive linked my phone to device 2 and my smh10r to the headset. when a call is recieved and displayed how do I answer the call?. It gives me the option headset but wont let me answer it.....
    thanks guys

     



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