Cardo Systems Scala Rider Q2 Pro MultiSet Communication System

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Cardo Systems Scala Rider Q2 Pro MultiSet Communication System - Details

  • MultiSet includes 2 pre-paired Bluetooth headsets
  • Bike to bike intercom communication up to 2,300 ft / 700 m (Results may vary according to terrain)
  • Rider to passenger communications
  • Full duplex - Allows simultaneous talking and listening between bikers
  • Multi-Device Connectivity (wirelessly or wired using jack connection cable provided)
  • A2DP compatibility with MP3 players to listen to wireless stereo music
  • Embedded FM radio with seek and scan functions and 6 user defined stations
  • Enhanced Audio quality with amplified speakers
  • VOX Technology - Receive, initiate, or reject calls by voice control
  • AGC Technology - Headset automatically adjusts its own volume based on ambient noise
  • Talk time up to 8 hours, standby time up to one week
  • Noise cancellation microphone
  • Fits virtually all helmets, easy 5 minute self-installation
    Multi-Device Connectivity Options
  • A mobile phone for hands-free conversations
  • A GPS device for in-helmet voice instructions
  • An MP3 player for stereo music (Bluetooth and A2DP enabled device required)
  • Another Scalla Rider Q2 Pro, Q2 or G4 headset for bike-to-bike/rider-to-passenger intercom communication (reduced operational range when connected to Q2 headset)

Note: Can be actively connected to one Bluetooth device and 2 Scala Rider Q2 Pro headsets at one time.


Cardo Systems Scala Rider Q2 Pro MultiSet Communication System - Reviews

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I had bought an older version of the Scala Rider intercomphoneFM system..FM was very low volume and no bass...tiny and actually "unhear-able." I was told that the newest version of the Scala had a better and louder FM radio with the antenna that pops up. So I drove AGAIN to Beaumont from AZ and paid up for the newest model (a multi set) Q2 Multiple Scala Cardo...$400-plus with tax! Still the FM is no different cannot distinguish the songs most of the time. The telephone function is loud and clear as was the previous model's. I am so disappointed. Item was used once for 20 minutes in different locals with strong FM signals.
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I ride almost daily and I wanted something that would allow me to use the bluetooth function on my phone so I could wirelessly listen to music as well as take phone calls. So far everything works great but the volumetrack buttons are extremely stiff and hard to push which is annoying when you have to use one hand to push them. Plus; when you want to change tracks you have to hold the button for like 5 seconds which seems a bit unsafe in my opinion. Hopefully the button issue will cure itself over time but regardless I am still very pleased.
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