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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-23-2016, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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Welcome Sena Technologies!

Hi Everyone,
Please take a moment and welcome Sena Technologies to the community.


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-23-2016, 05:41 PM
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Welcome Sena,
the three of us use your product
Roadrunner 18000 [Allen]
Captron [Ronnie]
Grayhound [Larry]

Whenever we ride together!

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more time to motorcycle and complete the "honey do" list..........
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Welcome Sena,
the three of us use your product
Roadrunner 18000 [Allen]
Captron [Ronnie]
Grayhound [Larry]

Whenever we ride together!
Thank you for the warm welcome. We are glad to be a part of this well-established community. As the leading provider for Bluetooth communication systems in the power sports and outdoor sports activities, we wanted to join this forum to interact with our customers by providing information about our current products, upcoming releases such as new products and updates to our existing products.

If you have any questions about our products, feel free to ask here in this forum. Please look forward to our upcoming releases and as always, enjoy riding with Sena.
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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-06-2017, 08:30 PM
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Welcome SENA . Look forward to product info and to get rid of the cord in the near future .
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Welcome Sena,
the three of us use your product
Roadrunner 18000 [Allen]
Captron [Ronnie]
Grayhound [Larry]

Whenever we ride together!

Yes it was a steep learning curve , but in the end we seemed to figure the system out and we all occasionally got to listen to Ronnie's music whether we wanted to or not.

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I know I'm going to open a can of worms with this.....

I want to be able to continue to utilize my wired headset and be able to plug in a sena20 with a Y splitter or with a switch. This would allow me to continue to use my current headset and also, be able to talk to my friends that have a sena. Please tell me you are working on something like this.
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Welcome! We love our 20s headsets. Makes riding a lot nicer

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I too enjoy using your product. I always suggest your product when anyone asks about an intercom or blue tooth music and all the other things that can be accessed by your products.
keep up the good work!!
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Looking to by a set of Sena's in the VERY near future. I have a couple ?'s

1. Is the 20s the same unit as the freewire? If not what is the difference?

2. Are the helmet speakers included along with the mic or they a separate purchase.

3. Can we buy direct or does one need to go through Revzilla, etc.

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Looking to by a set of Sena's in the VERY near future. I have a couple ?'s

1. Is the 20s the same unit as the freewire? If not what is the difference?

2. Are the helmet speakers included along with the mic or they a separate purchase.
I might be able to answer a couple of these.

1. No. Different units. The freewire gives you bluetooth capabilities.

2. Yes. I bought the 20S dual pack and they have been great. Speakers are included. Audio is very clear. The only problem I have had is connecting with three other bikers on a trip. We seemed to be able to get two but not the third. Probably just a lack of knowledge on using them. Most of what I do is just two up with my wife so connecting with a big group is not big deal most of the time. I think you will love these units. That is my experience.
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