Learning to Drive
- Dec 22, 2017
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Has anyone had experience with the R3 and a Bluetooth transmitter into a Sena communicator?
Have been running the R3 for a few weeks and it works great. I have the R3 connected to the Sena SM10 (cable) which connects to my Sena SRL2 headset in the helmet (Bluetooth). I have a cheap unpowered ground loop isolator in between the SM10 and the radar detector which eliminated all of the noise (due to both devices being powered off the same battery/ground). The SM10 auto-connects at when I start the bike and power up the headset.I have the R3 and an SM10 that transmits to my Sena headset. I have tested it but not installed it yet on my 2018 Ducati XDiavel. Hoping to have the wiring done by this weekend. You can use a Sena SR10 if you want phone/music and radar sounds at the same time since it uses HFP instead of A2DP, but there are other drawbacks (mono, delays...).
I had an issue getting my TPX (laser jammer) to work with the SM10 transmitter and found that half pulling the audio cable fixed the issue (not a solution) so I thought that a mono plug was needed. The mono plug did not resolve the issue (no sound or distorted low volume). I put a small ground loop isolator in the mix and it now works perfectly with a stereo plug. You might try a cheap ground loop isolator to see if it fixed your issue as well.I'm having a problem when using the Redline-O on my motorcycle.
I recently got a sena 20S Evo dual. I have my phone connected (Bluetooth) and works fine while riding and talking to the wife.
The Redline is connected directly to the sena with the included coiled audio cable, but I can't hear the Redline, even while turning up the volume (dial) when it's alerting, sometimes I get a distorted weird sound and sometimes nothing.
Any ideas regarding what the problems is, is the mono adapter needed or is it something else?
I would purchase multiple cables to verify what you need. Mono-to-mono, stereo-to-mono, stereo-to-stereo.Ok, I should probably get both, I need this figured out by next weekend since I'm doing a 3 day ride.
I assume the what I need is a mono 3.5mm plug for redline with a stereo 3.5mm receiver for the ground loop isolator and then sena cable.