• Welcome to the Snowest Swapmeet section. This is the correct place to be if you're looking to buy or sell something on the Snowest Forums.

    To help you in crafting the most successful advertisement possible, keep in mind that adding these key points to your post may very well help in cutting down repeated questions or confusion about your item for sale and hopefully help you to get your item sold more quickly.

    - If you are using the SW swap meet to list an item, then list the item description here. Don't link it to another website. (failure to do this will result in automatic thread deletion)

    - Adding PICTURES to your post either through the built-in "Attachment Manager" directly from your computer, or by using the [/I] code from photobucket. www.photobucket.com

    - Adding a [B]PRICE[/B] so people know what you're looking to get for your item is very helpful.

    - Adding [B]YOUR LOCATION[/B] either in the post, or into your profile using the "User CP" options at the top of the page. If people don't know where you are, they won't know if your item is worth the drive to get it in the first place.

    - Lastly, be sure to add a [B]DETAILED DESCRIPTION[/B] to your post. If you've got something you want to sell, don't keep it a secret! The best way to get something sold is to share everything you can about it in the opening post of the ad.

    --[B][U]AFTER[/U][/B] the sale: We prefer NOT to delete the thread of a sold item so future users can comparison shop. Please indicate the item is sold in the first or last post. PM a moderator to edit the thread title to include "--SOLD".


    [B]BUYERS[/B]: [B][U]DON'T INSULT THE SELLER BY ASKING WHAT THE BOTTOM DOLLAR IS.[/U][/B] You should see a price listed...there it is. If you want to get down to it, make an offer.


    If you don't frequent the forums, then be sure to add another method of contact to increase the likelihood of a possible buyer contacting you. Though Snowest is a community of fellow snowmobilers, we are not responsible for any information that you post so be sure that anything you do post is something you feel comfortable having out there.

    With these tips in mind, you should now be able to post an effective advertisement for your; part, sled, vehicle, or trailer.

    Good luck and thanks for being a SnoWest Forum Member!

Sena Bluetooth - Motorcycle Bluetooth Communication Systems

Hello everyone,

We are Sena Technologies and we wanted to introduce ourselves to everybody on this established forum and let everyone know that we signed up so that we can communicate directly with fellow members about our current products, upcoming releases, such as new products, and updates to our existing products. We look forward to talking to everybody.

Sincerely, SenaBluetooth


**Latest Update**

Firmware version 1.1 for the 10U is now available which includes HD Intercom, Group Intercom™, being able to store up to 3 different remote control devices, changed the default setting of Audio Boost to disabled, removal of the headset button operation for Speed Dial and minor bug fixes in FM radio with GPS instruction. In addition, firmware version 1.0.2 for the 10R is now available which includes minor bug fixes in Siri control, A2DP and phone re-connection, minor bug fixes in phone pairing mode and minor bug fixes in remote control at low battery.

http://www.sena.com/sena-releases-10u-firmware-version-1-1/

http://www.sena.com/sena-releases-10r-firmware-version-1-0…/

You can upgrade your firmware using the Device Manager v2.8 for Windows and v2.8 for Mac users.

Please be sure to register your product online in order to download the Manager software, since free upgrade service is provided only to the registered users. For more details, please visit Sena website at www.sena.com.
 
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This things work great while riding sleds as well, most of my friends own either the Sena 10 or 20 and love them. Looking forward to owning a set of these ourselves.
 

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How do you protect these things from the snow?
 

AkSledHed

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We recently purchased the Sena 20S and have found that the intercom range isn't very long. While riding down a groomed road as soon as I was out of site of my wife I lost all comm with her. I do like being able to listen to my music while riding, still working the bugs out and hope to cure the intercom issue.
 
We recently purchased the Sena 20S and have found that the intercom range isn't very long. While riding down a groomed road as soon as I was out of site of my wife I lost all comm with her. I do like being able to listen to my music while riding, still working the bugs out and hope to cure the intercom issue.
Please make sure that the antennas are up on both of the headsets as that is designed to improve the Bluetooth connection between the 20S and any paired devices. Also, when communicating with the HD Intercom feature enabled then the range between the headsets is reduced because of the higher quality audio. If you disable the HD Intercom feature then you will have a longer intercom range. Furthermore, if you lose the connection between the two headsets from being out of site then when you return to being within range and the line of sight then the headsets should automatically reconnect together.
 

AkSledHed

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Please make sure that the antennas are up on both of the headsets as that is designed to improve the Bluetooth connection between the 20S and any paired devices. Also, when communicating with the HD Intercom feature enabled then the range between the headsets is reduced because of the higher quality audio. If you disable the HD Intercom feature then you will have a longer intercom range. Furthermore, if you lose the connection between the two headsets from being out of site then when you return to being within range and the line of sight then the headsets should automatically reconnect together.
Thanks for the info, I wasn't aware of the HD thing but i'll check them tonight when I get home. Quite a few of my friends that I ride with have either the Sena 10 or 20 and we all love them. And yes, we always ride with the antennas up.
 

AkSledHed

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If you get one of these units, make sure to get the updates. We updated ours this week and its supposed to fix some of the issues we were having with intercom and music sharing.
 
Hello everyone,

Here is the latest information from Sena for our products. Firmware version 1.1 for the 10S is now available which includes Dual A2DP and minor bug fixes. In addition, firmware version 1.1 for the 10R is now available which includes Group Intercom™, HD Intercom, Dual A2DP, Universal Intercom pairing moved to the Configuration Menu and minor bug fixes.

http://www.sena.com/sena-releases-10...e-version-1-1/

http://www.sena.com/sena-releases-10...e-version-1-1/

You can upgrade your firmware using the Device Manager v2.9 for Windows and v2.9 for Mac users. For more details, please visit Sena website at www.sena.com.



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Firmware version 1.2 is also now available for the 10U and it includes Dual A2DP support and minor bug fixes.

http://www.sena.com/sena-releases-10u-firmware-version-1-2/
 
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