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motochello
« on: May 17, 2016, 01:30:51 pm »
Ok I just ordered the motochello adapter that feeds the bikes speaker out put to your choice of the bikes speakers or to a set of earbuds or into the motochello MC200.. wont have to worry about the damn Bluetooth anymore
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Re: motochello
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2016, 03:54:38 pm »
Adapter installed over the weekend.  Works great. Allows me to switch from bike speakers to earbuds.  This will do until I can afford the motochello unit to take over all the audio functions
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Re: motochello
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2016, 01:16:39 pm »
I was looking into doing the same sort of thing with an Autocom system but this looks like an easier option which gives a 3.5mm jack output.

Wonder if it is sold in the UK???

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Re: motochello
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2016, 01:19:45 pm »
Kniterider, did you have to pull the dash out?

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Re: motochello
« Reply #4 on: June 11, 2016, 02:32:54 pm »
Yes the Motochello Bike Audio Speaker Bridge seems to be exactly the same concept as the Autocom part No 2275, a little cheaper. The work to fit either part strikes me would be exactly the same as you have to splice into the speaker cables them selves for both parts.

From experience you have to take all the cockpit and top part of the fairing apart to get at the speakers and cables. Not a difficult job as such, but quite time consuming.
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Re: motochello
« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2016, 10:31:51 am »
I could get to the bike speaker connectors just by reaching up under the cockpit.  and pulled the connectors apart.  I actually then wired my adapter into the loom near the radio under the seat.  and put an extension cable up to the front. 

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Re: motochello
« Reply #6 on: June 14, 2016, 08:34:52 pm »
I'm impressed.... I couldn't find the speaker cables to disconnect them with the cockpit still in place.... there was NO WAY ON EARTH I would have been able to reconnect the fiddly little buggers!
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Re: motochello
« Reply #7 on: June 22, 2016, 11:50:52 am »
There are funny pipes about 20mm diameter and about 75mm long (measurements from memory that is not very good!!!) coming out the bottom of the speakers the connectors are just (and only just) proud of those tubes.  I used the side of the tube to steady the connectors to the speakers and could re-insert the loom half.  It was a fiddle.   In the end I just left them unattached to take the speakers out of the circuit.  Beware there is DC on the speaker circuits and you need an isolated PSU (or blocking caps on the speaker wires) as it does not like being shorted to ground (for example through a separate Bluetooth transmitter)  Going to in ear speakers no problem.  I have given up because of time constraints at the moment and just listen to my IPod via bluetooth but you can't control it via the controls.  I did pair the Interphone with my sena bluetooth transmitter but could not power the transmitter from the bike (earth problem).  Or just wire the in ear into the new socket.

 



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