LEXIN Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset with Music Sharing, 2pcs B4FM 10 Riders Helmet Bluetooth Intercom with Noise Cancellation/FM Radio, Universal Communication Systems for ATV/Motorbike/Snowmobile
About this deal
I had some concerns that this might cause a problem with water getting into the electronics as the USB-C connector used for the mic and headset now faces forwards, but so far it has been used through some serious rain with no issues.
So each motorcycle has one end unit, and one bridge unit, and the bridge units connect the 2 motorcycles.
It takes a while to get a feel for what buttons you are actually pressing while focused on the road in front of you. I'd say about 500 feet is the range where you start hearing a little scratching to the voice with it getting worse as you get farther away until you lose connection.
Once this thing is on your helmet, you don’t have to worry about it going anywhere while you’re riding. Just peel off the protective backing sheet of the 3M tape bracket and adhere the bracket onto the helmet. We took off and almost immediately I was able to hear wind noise from her mic, however she reported my mic was quiet. Same approach was used for my wife's modular MTS helmet, although in this case the boom mic was used. It kills the audio of any non-LEXIN device that establishes the first direct bridge connection with you.Bad points on the way in this morning I tried Radio 4 for the news and over 60mph which lets face it on a ZRX on A roads is pretty much all the time almost inaudible, in defence of the unit I have a very loud open pipe and I don't tend to hang about lol.
The outdated tech of the B4FM puts it at the mercy of more advanced headsets that have better features and software. I am still impressed with the ease of use but will be contacting them about the wind noise and possibly raising the volume. The best headsets handle basic functions well, provide good speaker quality, work in the rain, and connect with other devices seamlessly. Universal pairing feature, compatible with most of the Bluetooth headphones or earpiece in the market.
All things considered, sometimes less wiz-doodles allow for more focus to enjoy the experience of the ride.