I just received Sena’s newest Bluetooth gadget: the SM10. The SM10 is a dual stream stereo bluetooth transmitter. Wow, what a mouth-full. It allows two Bluetooth headsets to listen to the same audio source. Both rider and passenger could listen to the same music, GPS, phone, or anything else with a line out (your old Walkman tape player!). The use doesn’t stop with just motorcycle headsets either. This could be really fun to use on an airplane (or train) if you have Bluetooth stereo headphones. Two people could listen to the same movie.
The box wasn’t very big, and everything was expertly packed away.
The contents of the box:
- Adhesive mount
- Handlebar mount
- USB cable
- cigarette charger
- 4-pole 3.5mm audio cable
- 3-pole 3.5mm audio cable
Simple operation. There are only two buttons: power (left) and pair (top).
micro USB for charging or firmware updates like the SMH10. 3.5mm audio in and 3.5mm aux port for extra audio in like from a GPS or radar detector.
The SM10 is small. For some reason, I thought it would be bigger based on the product photos I saw earlier. Official dimensions: 3.3 in x 1.8 in x 1.0 in and it weighs 1.76oz.
I think the SM10 could be fun. My wife and I can enjoy the same song together at the same time from her iPod. I might have to disable the voice activated intercom on the SMH10 first. I wouldn’t want to hurt her ears with my singing.