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So you just bought a Schuberth C3 Pro helmet, and the last thing you want to do now is stick a big Bluetooth unit to the side of the best modular money can buy. Enter the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System Bluetooth Headset. It’s built right into a neckroll made for the C3 Pro, so the wiring, battery, controls, and boom are all contained inside your helmet.

The SRC System is made by Cardo for Schuberth and modeled after Cardo’s top-of-the-line Scala Rider G9X system. The Bluetooth booster/FM radio antenna built right into the C3 Pro shell is designed to integrate with the SRC System, and a simple plug at the base of the neck connects the two for enhanced signal range.

Function highlights:

  • Passenger/rider intercom
  • Bike-to-bike intercom up to 1000 meters
  • Mobile phone, MP3, and GPS connection
  • Auxiliary input port (add your own speakers)
  • Automatic volume adjustment dependent on ambient noise...

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So you just bought a Schuberth C3 Pro helmet, and the last thing you want to do now is stick a big Bluetooth unit to the side of the best modular money can buy. Enter the Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System Bluetooth Headset. It’s built right into a neckroll made for the C3 Pro, so the wiring, battery, controls, and boom are all contained inside your helmet.

The SRC System is made by Cardo for Schuberth and modeled after Cardo’s top-of-the-line Scala Rider G9X system. The Bluetooth booster/FM radio antenna built right into the C3 Pro shell is designed to integrate with the SRC System, and a simple plug at the base of the neck connects the two for enhanced signal range.

Function highlights:

  • Passenger/rider intercom
  • Bike-to-bike intercom up to 1000 meters
  • Mobile phone, MP3, and GPS connection
  • Auxiliary input port (add your own speakers)
  • Automatic volume adjustment dependent on ambient noise levels

The buttons in the jawline padding make operating the system fairly easy, though it should be said that with this system, as with the G9X, spending some time practicing operating all the different functions with the instructions in front of you for a little while is a must.

Visit Road Rider to take a closer look at the Schuberth SRC System Bluetooth Headset.

 

Schuberth SRC System Bluetooth Headset For C3 Pro/E1 Features

General

  • Intercom between rider and pillion passenger
  • Bike-to-bike intercom (up to 1000m)
  • Intercom conference mode for up to 9 bikers
  • VOX voice control
  • Mobile phone, MP3, GPS connection
  • Automatic gain control (adjusts to ambient noise level automatically)
  • Integrated VHF radio with RDS

Intercom

  • Range of up to 1000 metres depending on the terrain and visual contact
  • 4­-way intercom conference circuit (full duplex)
  • “1+8” intercom communication between up to 9 bikers
  • Voice command: Voice recognition system for genuine hands-free operation
  • Click­to­Link: Enables intercom calls to be established spontaneously with other SRC­System users in the vicinity
  • Intercom to mobile: When the intercom range is exceeded

Controls

  • Voice Control (VOX): Voice­controlled connection set­up, acceptance and rejection
  • Dual hands-free profile for simultaneous connection of two mobile phones
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless stereo reception from an iPhone or other smartphones
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless stereo reception from an iPhone or other smartphones

Music

  • Music­Sharing (via A2DP) enables the rider and pillion passenger to receive the same stereo music simultaneously
  • Wireless stereo reception and remote control of compatible MP3 players (A2DP /AVRCP)
  • VHF FM radio attaches to antenna built-in to C3 Pro helmet
  • Six-station radio preset

Other

  • Up to 13 hours speaking time/1 week standby battery
  • Waterproof and dust­ protected
  • Mobile phone and navigation operation only possible using Bluetooth ­compatible devices
  • 4 Minimum requirement: Windows XP / Mac OS X 10.7 or higher
  • Software updates available

Price

  • MSRP: $399.00

 

 

 

 

 


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