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Old 09-14-2013, 08:46 PM
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Anyone have any first hand feedback on one of these?
Found a new set going for $248 delivered on e-bay.
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  • Talk time: up to 13 hours
  • Standby time: 7 days
  • Charging time: 3 hours
  • Certificates: FCC, IC,CE, Bluetooth®
  • Bluetooth® version 2.1 class 1
  • Chip manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)
  • Battery type: Rechargeable Li-Polymer
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for advanced audio
Snowmobile Intercom

  • 4-Way (2 riders and 2 passengers)
  • 3-Way (3 separate snowmobiles)
  • 2-Way (rider-to-rider or rider-to-passenger)
  • Mobile Phone Conference Mode (rider, passenger, outside caller)
GPS (requires headset profile)

  • Compatible with most major Bluetooth GPS devices
  • GPS voice instructions override music, FM Radio and Intercom calls
Supported Mobile Phone Profiles and Functions

  • Headset and Handsfree profiles
  • A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless streaming stereo from MP3 player or other A2DP device
  • Voice Dial
  • Redial
  • Call Reject
  • Conference mode between outside caller, Driver and Passenger
Built-in FM Radio

  • 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz FM receiver
  • RDS functionality (adjusts to best frequencies according to zones)
  • 6-station memory with Search and Store functions
  • Automatic radio muting for incoming calls
Software Update

  • Software update-ready directly from PC (requires Windows® XP™, Vista™ or Windows 7 based PC)
MP3 / Music

  • Wireless MP3 music (A2DP) or through cable connected MP3 player
Mechanical / Functional Features

  • Fits virtually all snowmobile helmets
  • Quick-Release mechanism to detach Snowmobile Bluetooth headset from clamp
  • Glue-On Option included (in lieu of clamp attachment)
  • Corded microphone and two slim speakers fit even the tightest full-faced helmets
  • Multiple control buttons
  • Mobile phone
  • Channel to Rider A
  • Channel to Rider B
  • Volume Up
  • Volume Down
  • FM Radio
  • MP3 Player
Audio Features

  • Multi-Lingual Spoken Status Announcements
  • Specially Calibrated Noise Cancellation Microphone
  • AGC technology: automatic volume adjustment of audio signals according to riding speed and ambient noise (AGC covers audio from MP3 Player, Mobile Phone, Intercoms, GPS)
  • VOX technology: accept or reject calls by voice commands
Design

  • Flip-Up Antenna for intercom extended range of up to 1 mile
  • Fully rain and snow resistant
  • Rugged and streamlined design
Charger

  • 110/240V 50/60Hz Universal Travel Charger
    Charger unit uses USB cable that also serves as software download cable.
Compatible with entire scala rider product line**


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So NO ONE has used one of these in the mountains?

NO First hand experience??
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I have the older G4, from around 2010-2011 year model, before it was a "snowmobile" version. It worked decent, but the voice-activated mic (VOX) was annoying anytime one of the sleds was at WOT. Instead of hearing the person talk, you would just hear the engine. On the other hand though, it was great being able to talk to the other rider, and it was hilarious hearing the grunts and moans when the other rider ate sh!t in the deep stuff! I'm not sure what the difference is between the older model and the snowmobile version though, maybe they fixed that...
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Since there doesn't seem to be any real first hand information on these I decided to go ahead and buy one to do a real review on it.
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Let us know man, Im really curious to see if there's anything new with the actual snowmobile version. Also, let me know if you get any kind of interference when at WOT. On fuel injected sleds and when on my Harley VRod muscle, which is fuel injected, at WOT I would get really bad interference through the earphones. Thinking EFI had something to do with it maybe. Thanks a lot!
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