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The Sena 3S-W (wired) and 3S-B (boom) Bluetooth headset systems are simple, compact, and give you quality Bluetooth essentials for an incredible $99 price tag. The 3S systems can intercom with one other rider or connect to your phone to stream music, directions, or to take and make phone calls. There’s no module to attach to the side of your helmet; all the hardware is built into the speakers, or in the case of the 3S-B, built into the speakers and boom.

Progress in the world at large doesn’t always happen at the pace we want, but progress in the motorcycle intercom headset world in the last few years has been astounding. New technology, enthusiastic consumers, and innovative companies battling to deliver the best have made the 3S possible. The 3S isn’t the greatest system available by today’s extremely high standards (compare it to the the feature-packed 10U

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The Sena 3S-W (wired) and 3S-B (boom) Bluetooth headset systems are simple, compact, and give you quality Bluetooth essentials for an incredible $99 price tag. The 3S systems can intercom with one other rider or connect to your phone to stream music, directions, or to take and make phone calls. There’s no module to attach to the side of your helmet; all the hardware is built into the speakers, or in the case of the 3S-B, built into the speakers and boom.

Progress in the world at large doesn’t always happen at the pace we want, but progress in the motorcycle intercom headset world in the last few years has been astounding. New technology, enthusiastic consumers, and innovative companies battling to deliver the best have made the 3S possible. The 3S isn’t the greatest system available by today’s extremely high standards (compare it to the the feature-packed 10U20S, or PackTalk, for example), but it’s a good system that performs the standard headset functions well. It’s leaps and bounds beyond anything that was available just five years ago, and for only $99, nothing available now comes close to its value.

With the 3S-B, two control buttons are located on the top of the boom, and the entire system is contained within your helmet. With the 3S-W, the buttons are located on a very thin and light control strip that adheres to the outside of your helmet. This allows for slightly easier operation than the 3S-B, but the 3S-B has it’s advantages, too. The boom microphone’s adjustability will likely be able to provide more reliable outbound audio for riders who want to make phone calls and use the intercom feature.

Because of its diminutive size, the 3S’s speakers and booster are more basic than those of the larger units, but they still provide plenty of volume. A Sena 3S-W or 3S-B would make an awesome choice for any rider looking to get into the Bluetooth world primarily to stream music or directions, with some basic ability to make phone and intercom calls as well.
 

Sena 3S Bluetooth System Features

  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Bluetooth intercom up to 200 meters (220 yards)
  • Bluetooth pairing for dual mobile phones
  • Voice prompts to help you easily navigate functions
  • Bluetooth stereo headset by A2DP
  • Bluetooth music playback control by AVRCP: play, pause, track forward and track back
  • Easy operations by two-button
  • Sufficient sound level with integrated audio booster
  • Bluetooth handsfree for Bluetooth mobile phones
  • Crystal clear and natural sound quality
  • Up to 8 hours talk time, 7 days stand-by time
  • Individual volume control for each audio source
  • Installation friendly unibody design
  • Built-in SBC Codec (sample rate 48kHz (DAC): noise cancellation, wind noise reduction, wide volume control
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Lithium polymer battery, attached charge cord
  • Price: $98.99

 
 
 
 

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