Take look at the Blue Streak product that is now for sale through Ed Sets (www.edsets.com) It might do what you want. I have not tried one yet but I've bought lots of other products from Ed and all of them have been outstanding.
It works fine, need an auxiliary microphone splitter cable that adds a bit more to the cost.
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Just got back into a new 2016 Goldwing today. My last one was a 2008 that i sold in 2010 for some dumb reason. Anyway, I already have the Sena SH10 units on our helmets and would like to use them wirelessly with the bike audio instead of having to plug in. Will I have to buy one Freewire or two?
Yes I have been reading this with Interest. Up dated a 2006 Wing with a 2014 Wing. Then we now went from basic audio to the level 2 with GPS and XM Radio. We needed new helmets and my wife was having trouble with her cord. We went with the Sena 10S units. Which are compatible in price to JM headsets with bottom cords. They have the blue tooth for phone build in the also have a FM receiver for radio which plays in to the head sets. If not sure if I am going to replace the over priced out dated CB radio that Honda has pushed for so many years. They are running over $700 with me doing my own installation. The actual radio that in the package could be bought at a truck stop or off the web for less than $100.00. Then finding a used one not so good mother Honda changed enough that the 1212 and older will not hook up from what I have seen. I have not had a chance to set down and look at Schematic drawing to see what the changers are. We have seen one our trips there is less trucker up dates. Our ridding group has gotten smaller and some of the other riders are using blue tooth and wireless headsets. The new Sena 10S units can pair with other units and have a mile range. For local riding and in a group we can use the blue tooth phone to call as needed. So thank you to CJS even if he did jump ship.