20s chat no sign
Any time the question, "why don't you..." I stopped them and let them know that I was installing speakers in helmets before there were cut outs in the foam and I'm not inclined to get suckered into another false prophecy of stereophonic and/or comms bliss. Out riding with my wife in NC and she low sides her Ninjette in a decreasing radius turn, somewhere in the mountains.
While I was giving the obligatory hand signal indicating "keep your eyes up and ahead", she didn't see the sign, went in too hot and then, rather than looking up and out, tunnel visioned herself into the woods.
The 20S is a state-of-the-art motorcycle and powersports Bluetooth communication system.
The unit provides a sleek and aerodynamic design that offers a versatile jog dial that maximizes the ease of use for riders.
I haven't mastered the tap yet (sometimes I get Sena and sometimes she just tries to initiate intercom because I whacked the button), but when I get it right, the voice commands work like a champ. Phone - All the comments on audio and bluetooth carry over to phone conversations.
Note: All that good stuff I said about the music from the speakers with foam ear plugs? Mic works and while I don't do a lot of calls from my helmet, the ones I've done progressed flawlessly.
The advanced Audio Multitasking allows for a seamless blend of incoming and outgoing audio to create a mixed audio experience versus the traditional interruption based audio technology of other Bluetooth devices.
The audio multitasking function creates the most close-to-natural audio sound while running multiple audio functions simultaneously and intelligently.
The Sena 20S features a staggering 1.5 mile range, advanced Bluetooth 4.1 and a built-in FM radio tuner.
I ride an old man's Ninja (Concours 14 with electric windscreen (with a Cee Bailey's aftermarket shield)), but the music is still decent with the windscreen in the full down (max wind) setting.
Voice Commands - You tap the unit with your left hand and you get to speak with Sena.
Read More Will spend a few minutes on this for any older guys that have been down the in-helmet speaker/comms path, over the years and swore off it.
It's been about a decade since I opened the wallet on anything that included in-helmet speakers.