Author Topic: BT Interphone  (Read 214 times)

Online alans1100

  • 1999 ST1100A
  • RTE Coordinator
  • UNBELIEVABLE "5000 Posts" Member
  • *
  • Posts: 6118
  • Thanked: 1077 times
  • Alan, Peterborough, SA
BT Interphone
« on: February 13, 2019, 12:32:40 PM »
Needed to replace our generic version of the BT Interphone. Total cost was about $90 including bank currency fees

https://www.dx.com/p/bt-interphone-handsfree-bluetooth-for-motorcycle-and-skiing-helmet-2-piece-set-2007769#.XGNtu1UzaUk

- Maximum talking range 500 meters between two BT interphones, real two-way wireless

- Effective operation up to 120km/h speed

- 10-meters Bluetooth sensing range

- Wireless hands free communication for motorcyclists and skiers

- Support Headset profile, Hands-free, A2DP profile

- Works with any Bluetooth equipped mobile phone or MP3 for stereo music

- Up to 7 hours talking time

- Up to 100 hours stand by time

- Auto receiving cellphone calls

- Fits any motorcycle helmet

- Fully weather protected

- Wind and noise compensating microphone with slim headset speaker

- Drive safely while talking with friend

- Built-in 500mAh rechargeable battery recharged by the included AC adapter or any powered USB

port
1999 :bl11  2004 :13Candy

FarRider #921- BR15, BR17, CR1

 

Online alans1100

  • 1999 ST1100A
  • RTE Coordinator
  • UNBELIEVABLE "5000 Posts" Member
  • *
  • Posts: 6118
  • Thanked: 1077 times
  • Alan, Peterborough, SA
Re: BT Interphone
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2019, 02:27:25 PM »
The new intercoms arrived today. With Robe RTE coming up in two weeks I guess they'll get tested.

Sometime over the weekend I'll charge up the units and go through the BT pairing and add our phones and the Rider 450 in.



A readable English manual which isn't common for imported products



US chargers included so I will need to use one of our travel adapters. Our previous generic set never had these.





Two of everything including spares for the speakers, screws for the mounts and sticky helmet mounts

1999 :bl11  2004 :13Candy

FarRider #921- BR15, BR17, CR1

 

Online alans1100

  • 1999 ST1100A
  • RTE Coordinator
  • UNBELIEVABLE "5000 Posts" Member
  • *
  • Posts: 6118
  • Thanked: 1077 times
  • Alan, Peterborough, SA
Re: BT Interphone
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2019, 07:39:31 PM »
All set up and ok to use.

Tested each of our intercoms to make sure the intercoms answered our phones ok.

Made sure intercoms talked to each other.

The TomTom Rider links in ok with mine but doesn't answer the phone automatically. One needs to accept or reject the call by touching a screen icon. When the phone connects to the GPS it loads the contact list so you can make calls from the GPS.

Tried playing music from the phone while going to and from the shop and the music wasn't that loud and was using phone speaker. Setting in the phone had to be changed so that the intercom handled the music only leaving the GPS to handle the phone. Also order of connection seems to be important. GPS to headset first then the phone so the phone connects to both at the same time.

Have to take Heather To Jamestown On Tuesday so testing at highway speed can take place.

Voice instruction for the GPS just about blew my eardrums out the first time it was tested.
1999 :bl11  2004 :13Candy

FarRider #921- BR15, BR17, CR1