Updating a home intercom system
The Jog Dial is indicative of the simplicity of the SMH10 intercom system.
The owner’s manual is thinner than most because it’s easier to understand.
7 grams for the Scala G4), good sound quality and the volume can be raised very high. Pairs with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones and GPS units in stereo. Claimed ~12 hours or more talk time, 10 days standby.
Listening to MP3 players takes slightly more power, so a combination of the above will vary the battery life, as is usual with intercom systems.
Accessories: The SMH10 is available either as a single unit or a dual kit.
The single unit box shown above contains a headset (intercom module, robust mounting bracket, speakers, boom mic, charger, USB cable, cigarette lighter adapter, stick-on mount (if needed) and an extra microphone wind sock and Velcro stickies for the speakers.
Yep, just like in the old days, one of the best and most intuitive electronic interface systems ever made. When the Jog Dials is pushed, it activates some of the intercom functions.
Turning it off is a snap — it’s not necessary to press and hold and wait; simply press the Phone Button and jog dial again and it instantly powers down. Sound: Stereo, Bluetooth 2.1, Headset Profile, Hands-Free Profile (HFP), Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP).Now while intercom manufacturers — er, pardon me — I mean “motorcycle communications systems providers” — with names like Interphone, Scala and Midland are familiar to motorcyclists, Sena is not.But, chances are you’ve used a Sena product anyway without even knowing it.A motorcycle Bluetooth intercom system with a very different approach to control layout that makes it very easy to use. The Sena “Jog Dial” is a new feature that makes it easy to choose or switch the internal features.Firmware updates give the SMH-10 the latest capabilities.
Recent firmware updates have also provided the SMH-10 with the Sena “Universal Intercom” ability to connect with other brands of Bluetooth intercoms.