Sena X1 User Guide
SMART CYCLING HELMET
MENU
CLICK
ANY
SECTION
TO
BEGIN
ABOUT THE
HELMET
BLUETOOTH
MODULE
PAIRING WITH
DEVICES
MOBILE
PHONE USAGE
STEREO
MUSIC
INTERCOM
SETUP
USING THE
FM RADIO
GENERAL
SETTINGS
REMOTE
CONTROL
TROUBLESHOOTING
MAINTENANCE
AND CARE
LEGEND:
HOLD
=
Function
TAP
1x
=
1s
Highlighted Button(s) to Tap or Hold
Tap button the specified
number of times
“Hello”
HOLD
10s
Press and Hold button for
the specified amount of time
Audible prompt from the Bluetooth Module
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING HELMET
1.1 General Information
1.2 Product Details
1.3 Wearing the Helmet
1.3.1 How to Wear The Helmet
1.3.2 Helmet Fitment Check
2. GETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Button Functions
Powering On and Off
Charging
Checking the Bluetooth Module’s
Battery Level
2.5 Volume Adjustment
2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
2.6.2 Sena Smartphone App
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2.7 Configuration Menu
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3. PAIRING THE HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH DEVICES
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3.1 Mobile Phone
3.2 Additional Mobile Phones or
MP3 Player
3.3 Advanced Selective Pairing:
Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo
Phone Selective Pairing —
Hands-Free Profile
3.3.2 Media Selective Pairing —
A2DP Profile
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3.3.1
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
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4.1 Making and Answering Calls
4.2 Speed Dialing
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4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
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5. STEREO MUSIC
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5.1 Playing Music with Bluetooth
Devices
5.2 Music Sharing
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
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6.1 Intercom Pairing
6.2 Two-Way Intercom
6.3 Multi-Way Intercom
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6.3.1
Starting a Three-Way Intercom
Conference
6.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom
Conference
6.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
6.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call
with Intercom Users
6.5 Group Intercom
6.6 Universal Intercom
6.7 Advanced Noise Control™
(Default: Enable)
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
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FM Radio On/Off
Seek and Save Radio Stations
Scan and Save Radio Stations
Temporary Station Preset
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7.5 Navigating Preset Stations
7.6 Region Selection
(Default: Worldwide)
7.7 Radio Data System(RDS)
Alternative(AF) Setting
(Default: Enable)
7.8 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
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8. GENERAL SETTINGS
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
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Function Priority
Firmware Updates
Voice Prompts
Deleting All Bluetooth Pairing
Information
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9. REMOTE CONTROL
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9.1 Pairing with the Remote Control
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
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10.1 Fault Reset
10.2 Factory Reset
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11. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
1.1 General Information
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
This product is a bicycle helmet. Do not use it for
any other purpose than riding a bicycle. If you use
the helmet for anything else, it may not provide
sufficient protection in an accident.
Sena recommends that you choose a helmet which
provides the most coverage, as a helmet that
covers more of your head may provide additional
protection. Always wear your bicycle helmet low
in the front to protect the forehead, as this area
is most likely to be impacted in a bicycle crash.
Make sure the helmet fits comfortably and is tightly
fastened at all times.
WARNING:
• Your helmet will not protect against injury in
all types of accidents. Even while wearing a
helmet, low speed accidents may result in
serious head injury or death. A bicycle helmet
will not protect against injuries to the spine,
neck or face. In the event of any impact, do not
use this helmet. There may be damage invisible
to you, which may reduce the ability of the
helmet to reduce the harmful effects of a blow
to the head. Such helmet should be returned to
Sena for inspection, or destroyed and replaced.
• Do not modify or remove any original part of
the helmet. Do not use heat damaged helmets.
Heat damaged helmets will appear to have
uneven or have bubbly surfaces.
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
WARNING:
• This User’s Guide and the stickers inside your
helmet contain many instructions and warnings
about your helmet. It is important for you to
understand everything communicated in them
before your first ride. If you do not, please
contact your authorized Sena Retailer with any
questions you may have. Failure to follow any
of the provided instructions or warnings could
void your warranty, and most importantly, could
result in severe personal injury or death. If you
are a parent or guardian and this helmet is for
your child, please take the time to read this
manual as you should make sure your child
understands everything in this User’s Guide.
• For maximum protection, the Sena X1 Smart
Cycling Helmet must fit properly on the head
and its chinstrap securely fastened under the
chin. With the retention system comfortably
but firmly adjusted, the helmet should allow
sufficient peripheral vision when secured. If the
helmet is too large, it may move on your head
while riding. If the helmet can be moved when
pulled from the back in an upward and forward
direction, then the helmet is not fitted properly.
This could cause the helmet to obstruct your
vision while riding or come off in an accident,
resulting in personal injury or death. Please
refer to Section 1.3: “Wearing the Helmet”
for more details about properly securing and
wearing your helmet.
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
WARNING:
• The contents of this Sena X1 Smart Cycling
Helmet User’s Guide are subject to change
without notice. Its illustrations may differ from
the actual product. The copyrights for the
User’s Guide belong to Sena Technologies, Inc.
Reproduction or copying of the User’s Guide
without permission is strictly prohibited.
For United States Consumers, this helmet has been
tested and certified to meet and exceed the Bicycle
Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets, 16 CFR Part
1203. A copy of this regulation can be obtained by
visiting CPSC.gov. For European Consumers, this
helmet has been tested and certified to meet and
exceed European Committee for Standardization,
CE EN1078. A copy of this regulation can be
obtained by visiting CEN.eu.
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
1.2 Product Details
General
Information
Product
Details
Bluetooth
Communication
Module
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
Wearing
the Helmet
Retention
System
Buckle
Strap Adjuster
Microphone
Speakers
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
1.3 Wearing the Helmet
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
1.3.1 How to Wear The Helmet
For proper use, the helmet must sit level
on the head and low on the forehead. The
Sena helmet uses a simple, quick-release
buckle system that, once adjusted, can be
buckled and unbuckled without changing the
adjustment. For proper use, the straps must
be tight and evenly tensioned.
To properly wear your helmet:
1. Position the helmet on your head with
the front covering your forehead. If the
helmet is tipped back and is not covering
your forehead then the helmet is not in the
proper position.
WARNING:
Always wear the helmet in the proper
position on your head with the front of
the helmet covering your forehead for
maximum protection. Never wear the
helmet tipped back as the helmet will
be in the improper position causing your
forehead to be exposed. All fitment
adjustments need to be made with the
helmet in the proper position.
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SMART CYCLING
HELMET
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Product
Details
2. Position the strap adjuster centered, just
below your ears.
3. Position the helmet low on your forehead
with the buckle under the chin and back
against the throat. The straps should fit
comfortably around both ears.
Wearing
the Helmet
Strap Adjuster
Buckle
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the Helmet
4. With the strap adjuster in the proper
position, adjust the chinstrap tension at the
buckle. Adjust the tension so the chinstrap
is tight and comfortable by pulling the
chinstrap end through the buckle to either
tighten or loosen as needed. Use the
“O-Ring” to secure the excess strap. Always
wear the helmet with the chinstrap buckle
fastened and the chinstrap pulled tight and
positioned back against the throat. With the
strap buckled and the helmet positioned,
you should feel the chinstrap pull firmly
against your chin as you open your mouth.
When properly adjusted the helmet will
wrap around your head and cradle it with
firm, but comfortable pressure.
Chinstrap
O-Ring
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SMART CYCLING
HELMET
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
5. Your Sena X1 Smart Cycling Helmet is
equipped with an adjustable retention
system which helps stabilize the helmet in
the correct position when you ride. When
wearing the helmet, turn the retention
system knob clockwise to tighten the
helmet or counterclockwise to loosen the
helmet.
Retention
System Knob
6. To change the height of the retention
Retention
system, firmly pull or push the retention
System Knob
system upward or downward to a different
position.
Retention System
Retention System
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HELMET
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Product
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Wearing
the Helmet
WARNING:
For maximum protection, this helmet
must be fitted and attached properly to
the wearer’s head in accordance with the
following instructions. If after adjustment
the helmet does not fit properly, do not use
the helmet. Return it to the retailer or Sena.
1.3.2 Helmet Fitment Check
With the retention system knob turned
clockwise until comfortably tight and the
chinstrap buckled under the chin and back
against the throat, grab the helmet with both
hands and try to remove it by rolling the
helmet forward and backward as far as you
can. This is an important test to ensure that
the helmet fits correctly. When you do this,
you should feel the chinstrap pull against the
underside of your chin and the helmet will
resist any movement. If this isn’t the case,
tighten the chinstrap and try it again until this
happens. If you cannot achieve the proper fit,
DO NOT USE THIS HELMET. Replace it with a
different size until the correct fit is achieved.
Also, for a proper Helmet Fitment Check
if you can roll the helmet forward such that
it blocks your vision or if you can roll the
helmet backwards such that your forehead
is not covered, tighten the chinstrap and
the retention system and try again until you
cannot roll the helmet forward or backwards.
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1. ABOUT THE X1
SMART CYCLING
HELMET
General
Information
Product
Details
Wearing
the Helmet
WARNING:
•D
o not wear anything underneath your
helmet, such as a cap, hood, bundled hair,
headphones, or barrettes, as the helmet
may loosen or come off. Do not wear
anyone else’s helmet and don’t loan your
helmet to anyone else.
•A
lways make sure the buckle is properly
fastened before you ride. Failure to follow
this instruction could result in serious
personal injury, as the helmet may not stay
in position while riding or during a fall. For
proper use, make sure the loose end of
the chinstrap is tucked through the rubber
“O” ring.
•C
heck for proper fit and adjustment often,
including each time you wear it, and
periodically during use.
•T
his helmet has been designed for
recreational bicycling. This helmet has
not been approved and is not intended
for extreme uses such as downhill racing
at high speeds, jumping or leaping with
a fully suspended bicycle, snow sports,
water sports, motor sports, street hockey,
playground activities, or other activities
where face, ear, or greater protection or
coverage is desired.
•A
lways wear a helmet when bicycling.
When you get off your bicycle, remove
your helmet. Do not wear a helmet
while climbing trees, in play areas, on
playground equipment, or, at any time
while not riding a bicycle. Parents: Instruct
children to follow this warning. Failure
to follow this warning could result in
serious personal injury, death or death by
strangulation.
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ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
2.1 Button Functions
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
(-) Button
(+) Button
Decrease Volume
Track Back
FM Tuner On/Off
Increase Volume
Track Forward
Scan Radio Stations
Speed Dial
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
Blue, Red and
Green LED Lights
Fault Reset
Button
Center Button
Answer/End Phone Call
Reject an Incoming Phone Call
Start/End Intercom Conversation
Play/Pause Music
Enter Intercom Pairing Mode
Enter Voice Configuration Settings
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MENU
2. G
etting started:
built-in bluetooth
system
2.2 Powering On and Off
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
Press and hold the Center Button and the
(+) Button at the same time for 1 second to turn
the headset on or off.
Powering On
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
=
Configuration
Menu
1s
POWER ON
DEVICE
Powering Off
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
HOLD
TAP
=
1x
POWER OFF
DEVICE
2.3 Charging
The Bluetooth Communication Module can be
charged using many common methods via the
supplied USB power & data cable:
1. Plugged into a computer’s USB port.
2. With a USB-equipped AC adapter via a walloutlet charger.
Note:
• Please make sure to take off your helmet while
charging. The headset automatically turns off
during charging.
• Any 3rd party USB charger can be used with
Sena products if the charger is approved
by either the FCC, CE, IC or other locally
approved agencies that Sena accepts.
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2. G
ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
Button
Functions
Charging the Bluetooth Communication Module
Powering
On and Off
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
Depending upon the charging method, the
Bluetooth Module will be fully charged in about 2.5
hours.
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2. G
ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
2.4 Checking the Bluetooth Module’s
Battery Level
There are two ways to check battery level:
1. Visually, with LEDs when powering on.
Battery Level — Visual Method
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
=
1s
VISUAL
METHOD
=
HIGH
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
HOLD
=
MEDIUM
=
LOW
Battery Level — Audible Method
Note: Blinking LEDs alternate from blue to red
when battery power is low.
HOLD
=
3s
AUDIBLE
METHOD
“Battery level
high/medium/low”
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=
HIGH
MENU
2. G
ETTING
STARTED:
=
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
MEDIUM
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
2. Audible method:
Press and hold the Center
=
Button and the (+) Button for 3 more seconds
as the headset powers on. A prompt will
LOW
announce the remaining battery level.
Battery Level — Audible Method
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
HOLD
=
3s
AUDIBLE
METHOD
“Battery level
high/medium/low”
2.5 Volume Adjustment
You can raise or lower the volume by tapping the
(+) Button or the (-) Button. Volume is set and
maintained independently at different levels for
each audio source (i.e., phone, intercom), even
when the headset is rebooted.
Volume Up
=
TAP
1x
VOLUME UP
Volume Down
=
TAP
1x
VOLUME
DOWN
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2. G
ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
The Sena Device Manager allows you to
upgrade the Bluetooth Communication
Module’s firmware and configure its settings
directly from your PC or Apple computer.
Using this software, you can assign speed dial
presets, FM radio station presets and more.
For more information on downloading the
Sena Device Manager, please visit sena.com.
Click Here to Visit Sena.com
2.6.2 Sena Smartphone App
The Sena Smartphone App allows you to
configure the Bluetooth Communication
Module’s settings, as well as access the User’s
and Quick Start Guides. To do so, pair your
mobile phone with your X1 Smart Cycling
Helmet (please refer to Section 3: “Pairing
the Helmet with other Bluetooth Devices”
for more details). Run the Sena Smartphone
App and configure the settings directly from
your smartphone. You can download the Sena
Smartphone App for Android and Apple
operating systems.
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2. G
ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
2.7 Configuration Menu
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
The Bluetooth Communication Module can be
configured by following a series of voice prompts.
Further details about each of these settings will be
explained on the following pages.
1. To access the Configuration Menu, press and
hold the Center Button for 10 seconds until you
hear the voice prompt, “Configuration menu.”
Accessing the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
ACCESS
CONFIG.
Accessing
MENU
10s
the Configuration Menu
Navigating Forward through the Menu
HOLD
2. Tap the (+)
= Button or the (-) Button to navigate
10s
between the menus. You will hear voice prompts
TAP
for each menu item. The list of functions is shown
ACCESS
=
CONFIG.
1x
in the Configuration
Menu Chart on page page
MENU
24.
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
Navigating
Forward through the Menu
“[Menu prompt]”
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
Navigating
Backward through the Menu
FORWARD
=“[Menu prompt]”
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD Backward through the Menu
Navigating
“[Menu prompt]”
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
Enable/Disable
or Execute a Feature
BACKWARD
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Navigating Forward
through the Menu
=
TAP
1x
MENU
=
2. G
ETTING
STARTED: 1x
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
“[Menu prompt]”
SYSTEM
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
TAP
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
“[Menu through
prompt]”
Navigating Backward
the Menu
Navigating Backward
through the Menu
=
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
Charging
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
Volume
Adjustment
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
TAP
1x
TAP
=
1x
“[Menu prompt]”
“[Menu
prompt]”
Enable/Disable
or Execute
a Feature
3. You can enable/disable the feature or execute the
command by tapping the Center Button.
Enable/Disable or Execute a Feature
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
1x
EXECUTE
EXECUTE
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2. G
ETTING STARTED:
BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH
SYSTEM
Configuration Menu Chart
Button
Functions
Powering
On and Off
Tap the (+) Button or (-) Button
the specified number of times
TAP
1x
TAP
Charging
2x
TAP
Checking the
Bluetooth
Module’s
Battery Level
3x
Volume
Adjustment
5x
TAP
4x
TAP
TAP
6x
Downloadable
Sena Software
Configuration
Menu
TAP
7x
TAP
8x
TAP
6x
TAP
5x
TAP
4x
TAP
3x
TAP
2x
TAP
1x
Tap the
Center Button
Phone Pairing
Execute
Second Mobile Phone Pairing
Execute
Phone Selective Pairing
Execute
Media Selective Pairing
Execute
Speed Dial
Execute
Voice Prompt
Enable/Disable
RDS AF Setting
Enable/Disable
FM Station Guide
Enable/Disable
Advanced Noise Control
Enable/Disable
Delete All Pairings
Execute
Remote Control Pairing
Execute
Universal Intercom Pairing
Execute
Factory Reset
Execute
Exit Configuration
Execute
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3. P
AIRING THE
HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
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Before using X1’s Bluetooth system with other
Bluetooth devices for the first time, they’ll need to
be “paired.” This enables them to recognize and
communicate with one another whenever they’re
within range.
The helmet’s Bluetooth Module can pair with multiple
Bluetooth devices such as a mobile phone, GPS,
MP3 player or Sena SR10 Two-Way Radio Adapter via
Mobile Phone Pairing and Second Mobile Phone
Pairing. The Bluetooth Helmet module can also be
paired with up to three other Sena headsets.
Bluetooth
Communication Module
Pairs with up to three Sena Headsets
Also pairs with:
Mobile
Phone
MP3
Player
GPS
Devices
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3. P
AIRING THE
HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES
MENU
3.1 Mobile Phone
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
1. Execute Phone Pairing in the Configuration
Menu.
Access Phone Pairing in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
1x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1X
“Phone pairing”
Alternating blue and red
= flashing lights indicate
device is now discoverable.
LED STATUS
2. With your mobile phone in Bluetooth-pairing
=
mode, select Sena X1 in the list of devices
detected.
PIN NUMBER
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FORWARD
1X
3. P
AIRING“Phone
THE
pairing”
HELMET WITH
OTHERAlternating
BLUETOOTH
blue and red
= flashing lights indicate
DEVICES
MENU
device is now discoverable.
3.
If STATUS
your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
LED
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
=
PIN NUMBER
3.2 Additional Mobile Phones or MP3
Player
Before using X1’s Bluetooth system with other
Bluetooth devices for the first time, they’ll need to
be “paired.” This enables them to recognize and
communicate with one another whenever they’re
within range.
The helmet’s Bluetooth Module can pair with
multiple Bluetooth devices such as a mobile phone,
for hearing navigational directions from a GPS app
or health and training information from apps such
as Strava and Cyclometer, or an MP3 player via
Mobile Phone Pairing and Second Mobile Phone
Pairing. The Bluetooth Helmet module can also be
paired with up to three other Sena headsets.
1. Execute Second Mobile Phone Pairing in the
Configuration Menu.
Access Second Mobile Phone
Pairing in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
=
NAVIGATE
TAP
2x
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HOLD
=
3. P
AIRING THE
Access
Phone Pairing in
the Configuration Menu
HELMET
WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES
= “Configuration menu”
10s
MENU
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
HOLD
10s
TAP
=
2x
“Configuration menu”
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
2X
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1X
TAP
=
“Second mobile phone pairing”1x
=
Blue flashing lights indicates
device is now discoverable.
“Phone pairing”
LED STATUS
2. With your mobile
phone inblue
Bluetooth-pairing
and red
= Alternating
mode, select Sena X1 in the list of devices
= flashing lights indicate
detected.
device is now discoverable.
PIN NUMBER
3.
If STATUS
your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
LED
=
PIN NUMBER
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3. P
AIRING THE
HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
MENU
3.3 Advanced Selective Pairing:
Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo
Phone Pairing allows the Bluetooth Module to
establish two Bluetooth profiles: Hands-Free or
A2DP Stereo. Advanced Selective Pairing allows
the module to separate the profiles to enable
connection with two devices.
3.3.1 Phone Selective Pairing —
Hands-Free Profile
1. Execute Phone Selective Pairing in the
Configuration Menu.
Access Phone Selective Pairing
in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
3x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
3X
“Phone selective pairing”
=
Blue flashing lights indicates
device is now discoverable.
LED STATUS
=
PIN NUMBER
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TAP
=
3. P
AIRING THE
HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES“Phone selective pairing”
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
3X
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
3x
MENU
2. With your hands-free device in BluetoothBlue
flashing
lights
pairing mode,
select
Sena X1
in theindicates
list of
=
devices detected.
device is now discoverable.
3.
If STATUS
it asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
LED
=
PIN NUMBER
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
3.3.2 Media Selective Pairing —
A2DP Profile
1. Execute Media Selective Pairing in the
Configuration Menu.
Access Media Selective Pairing
in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
4x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
4X
“Media selective pairing”
=
Red flashing light indicates
device is now discoverable.
LED STATUS
=
PIN NUMBER
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=
3. P
AIRING THE
HELMET WITH
OTHER BLUETOOTH
DEVICES“Media selective pairing”
TAP
4x
MENU
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
4X
Mobile
Phone
Additional
Mobile
Phones or
MP3 Player
Advanced
Selective
Pairing:
Hands-Free
or A2DP
Stereo
2. With your A2DP device in Bluetooth-pairing
mode, selectRed
SenaflX1
in thelight
list ofindicates
devices
ashing
detected.= device is now discoverable.
3.
If it asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
LED STATUS
=
PIN NUMBER
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
4.1 Making and Answering Calls
Making and
Answering
Calls
Speed
Dialing
Answer a Call
TAP
=
1x
ANSWER
End/Reject a Call
HOLD
=
2s
END/REJECT
Make a Call with Voice Dialer
=
HOLD
3s
VOICE DIAL
Note: If you have a GPS device connected, you
will not hear its voice navigations during a phone
call.
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
4.2 Speed Dialing
Making and
Answering
Calls
Speed
Dialing
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
1. Execute Speed Dial in the Configuration
Menu by holding down the Center Button
for 10 seconds, then using the (+) and
(-) Buttons to scroll through the menu.
Please refer to Section 2.7: “Configuration
Menu” for more details.
Assigning Speed Dial Presets
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
5x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
5X
“Speed dial”
TAP
=
1x
EXECUTE
Navigate Forward through Preset Numbers
=
TAP
1x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1X
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TAP
=
5x
MENU
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
5X
“Speed dial”
4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
Making and
Answering
Calls
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to TAP
set
= available Speed Dial Presets.
1x
up the three
You will hear the voice prompt, “Speed
EXECUTE
dial” followed by the preset number.
Navigate Forward through Preset Numbers
Speed
Dialing
TAP
=
1x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1X
“Speed dial (#)”
Navigate Backward through Preset Numbers
TAP
=
1x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
1X
“Speed dial (#)”
On Your Mobile Phone, Dial Number
3. On your mobile phone, call the number
to which you want to assign a Speed
Dial the phone number
Dial Preset.
call will be terminated
= onThe
your mobile phone
immediately. Then, you will hear the voice
MOBILE
prompt, “Save speed dial (#).” This
PHONE
confirms that the number was saved.
“Save speed dial (#)”
Exit Menu
TAP
=
1x
EXIT
MENU
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“Cancel”
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1X
TAP
=
1x
“Speed dial (#)”
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
1X
MENU
Navigate Backward through Preset Numbers
dial (#)”
4. MOBILE “Speed
PHONE
USAGE
TAP
=
On Your Mobile Phone, Dial Number
Making and
Answering
Calls
Speed
Dialing
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
1X
1x
Dial the phone number
= on your mobile phone
MOBILE
PHONE
“Speed dial (#)”
dial (#)”
On Your Mobile “Save
Phone,speed
Dial Number
Dial the phone number
= on your mobile phone
4. Use this procedure
to save other Speed
Dial Presets.
MOBILE
Exit Menu
TAP
= menu, tap the (+) Button or1x
5. To exit the
the
PHONE
(-) Button until you hear the voice prompt,
EXIT
“Save speed dial (#)”
“Cancel,”
then
tap the Center Button to
MENU
confirm.
“Cancel”
Exit Menu
EXIT
MENU
TAP
=
=
1x
TAP
1x
CONFIRM
CANCEL
“Cancel”
=
TAP
1x
CONFIRM
CANCEL
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
Making and
Answering
Calls
Speed
Dialing
1. Press and hold the (+) Button for 3 seconds
to enter into the Speed Dial menu. You will
hear the voice prompt, “Speed dial.”
Enter Speed Dial Mode
Enter Speed=
Dial Mode
HOLD
3s
SPEED DIAL
HOLD
=
“Speed dial”
3s
SPEED DIAL
Navigate Forward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
2. Tap the (+)“Speed
Buttondial”
or the (-) Button to
navigate between the Speed Dial Presets.
TAP
= through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
1x
Navigate Forward
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
TAP
=
1x
Navigate Backward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
TAP
=
1x
Navigate Backward
through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
TAP
=
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
1x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
“Speed dial (#)”
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
=
“Speed dial (#)”
TAP
1x
SPEED DIAL
TAP
=
Redial Last Number
1x
SPEED DIAL
“Last number redial”
Redial Last Number
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NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
MENU
Enter Speed Dial Mode
“Speed dial (#)”
HOLD
=
3s
4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
TAP
SPEED DIAL
3. To redial=the last number called, tap the
1x
Making and
Answering
Calls
Center Button when you hear the prompt,
“Speed dial”
“Last number redial.”
SPEED DIAL
Redial Last Number
Navigate Forward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
Speed
Dialing
=
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
“Last number redial”
TAP
1x
TAP
=
1x
Navigate Backward through Speed Dial Preset Numbers
REDIAL
TAP
=
1x
4. To call one of your Speed Dial Presets,
tap the Center Button when you hear the
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
prompt, “Speed dial (#).”
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
“Speed dial (#)”
TAP
=
1x
SPEED DIAL
Redial Last Number
“Last number redial”
=
TAP
1x
REDIAL
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5. STEREO MUSIC
5.1 Playing Music with Bluetooth Devices
Playing
Music with
Bluetooth
Devices
1. To play or pause music, press and hold the
Center Button for 1 second until you hear a
double beep.
Play/Pause Music
Music
Sharing
HOLD
=
1s
PLAY/PAUSE
“[Beep, Beep]”
Next
Track the volume, tap the (+) Button or the
2.
To adjust
(-) Button.
Volume Up
SKIP TRACK
FORWARD
=
HOLD
=
TAP
1s
1x
Previous
VOLUME UPTrack
Volume Down
SKIP TRACK
BACKWARD
=
HOLD
=
TAP
1s
1x
VOLUME
DOWN
3. To track forward or back, press and hold the
(+) Button or the (-) Button for 1 second.
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HOLD
=
1s
MENU
PLAY/PAUSE
“[Beep, Beep]”
5. STEREO MUSIC
Playing
Music with
Bluetooth
Devices
Music
Sharing
Next Track
HOLD
=
1s
SKIP TRACK
FORWARD
Previous Track
HOLD
=
1s
SKIP TRACK
BACKWARD
5.2 Music Sharing
You can share the music you’re listening to with an
Intercom Friend during an intercom conversation.
To start or terminate sharing music, press the
Center Button for 1 second during an intercom
conversation until you hear a double beep. Both
you and your Intercom Friend can control music
playback.
Sharing Music with an Intercom Friend
during Intercom Conversation
HOLD
=
1s
SHARE
MUSIC
“[Beep, Beep]”
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TAP
=
or
1x
MENU
B
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
6.1 IntercomBlue
Pairing
flashing LED confirms
=
Up to three people can communicate via intercom
intercoms are paired.
with the X1 Smart Cycling Helmet simply by pairing
LED STATUS
their headsets.
Pairing with Intercom Friends
A
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
B
D
1. Press and hold the Center Button of two
Bluetooth Modules for 5 seconds until you hear
the voice prompt, “Intercom pairing”.
Pairing with Intercom B
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
C
A
YOU
HOLD
=
&
5s
B
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
“Intercom pairing”
=
Red flashing light indicates
device is now discoverable.
LED STATUS
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&B
HOLD
=
5s
B
MENU
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
“Intercom pairing”
6. INTERCOM
SETUP
“Intercom pairing”
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
LED STATUS
Red flashing light indicates
=
device is now discoverable.
Red flashing light indicates
=
device is now discoverable.
LED STATUS
2. Tap the Center Button on either Bluetooth
On Either One of the Devices
Module and wait until the LEDs of both turn blue.
A One of the Devices
On Either
A
YOU
or
YOU
or
B
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
1x
B
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
INTERCOM
FRIEND B
Blue flashing LED confirms
intercoms are paired.
Blue flashing LED confirms
=
intercoms are paired.
=
LED STATUS
Pairing
with Intercom Friends
LED STATUS
Pairing with Intercom Friends
A
A
B
C
D
B
C
D
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to pair with Intercom
Friends C & D.
Last-Come, First-Served
A
YOU
A
YOU
A
YOU
B
Intercom
Friend 1
C
B
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
D
C
B
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
Intercom
Friend 3
Advanced
Noise
Control™
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
6.2 Two-Way Intercom
Intercom
Pairing
You can start or end an intercom conversation with
an Intercom Friend by tapping the Center Button.
Two-Way
Intercom
1. Tap once for Intercom Friend 1.
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 1
Start/End
D Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 1
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 1
D
INTERCOM
FRIEND 1
D
1x
TAP
1x
=
INTERCOM
Start/End
FRIEND 1
Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 2
INTERCOM
FRIEND 1
Start/End
Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 2
2. Tap twice for Intercom Friend 2.
C
=
TAP
2x
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 2
C
INTERCOM
FRIEND 2
C
INTERCOM
Start/End
FRIEND 2
=
=
TAP
2x
TAP
2x
Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 3
INTERCOM
FRIEND 2
Start/End
with Intercom
Friend 3
B Two-Way
3.
Tap three
times Intercom
for Intercom
Friend 3.
TAP
=
3x
=
TAP
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 3
B
INTERCOM
FRIEND 3
B
INTERCOM
FRIEND 3
=
3x
TAP
3x
INTERCOM
FRIEND 3
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
6.3 Multi-Way Intercom
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Multi-Way Intercom enables conference-call-style
conversations with up to three Intercom Friends
at the same time. While Multi-Way Intercom is in
progress, mobile phone connection is temporarily
disconnected. However, as soon as Multi-Way
Intercom terminates, the mobile phone connection
will be reestablished.
6.3.1 Starting a Three-Way Intercom
Conference
You (A) can have a Three-Way Intercom
Conference with two other Intercom
Friends (B & C) by establishing two intercom
connections simultaneously.
1. Pair your headset (A) with those of two
other Intercom Friends (B & C). Please
refer to Section 6.1: “Intercom Pairing” for
pairing instructions.
Pair with Intercom Friends B & C
A
B
C
You
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
Starting
Conversation
2.
Start an
anIntercom
intercom
conversation with one of
with Intercom Friend B
the two friends in your intercom group. For
example, you (A) may start an intercom
A
conversation with the Intercom Friend
(B). Or, Intercom Friend (B) may start an
B
C
intercom
call with you
(A).
You
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
Starting an Intercom Conversation
with Intercom Friend C
A
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Pair with Intercom Friends B & C
A
B
MENU
C
You
Pair with Intercom Friends B & C
A
6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Pair
with
Intercom
Friends
B&C
Ban
Starting
Intercom
Conversation
You
with Intercom Friend B
A
A
Intercom
FriendB
B
You
B
Starting an Intercom Conversation
with Intercom Friend B
You
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend B
A
Starting an Intercom Conversation
with Intercom
Friend B
StartingBan Intercom Conversation
You the
3.
Then,
youFriend
(A) can
with
Intercom
C call
Intercom
Friend C
C
Intercom
FriendC
C
C
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend C
C
second Intercom
A Intercom Friend
Friend (C), or the second
A by making Intercom
(C) may join the intercom
an
Intercom
FriendB
B
FriendC
C
intercom
call to you (A).
You
B
C
Starting an Intercom Conversation
with Intercom Friend C
You
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend B
A
Starting an Intercom Conversation
with Intercom
Friend C
B Conference
Three-Way
You
Intercom
FriendB
B
B
Three-Way Conference
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend C
C
A
A
Intercom
FriendC
C
C
You
You
4. Now you (A) and two Intercom Friends
Intercom
Intercom
(B & C) are having a Three-Way
Intercom
A
Intercom
Intercom
Friend B
Friend C
Friend
B
Friend C
Conference.
Three-Way
B Conference
Intercom
FriendB
B
Intercom
Friend B
You
You
C
A
Intercom
FriendC
C
Intercom
Friend C
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
6.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom
Conference
With three Intercom Friends connected, a
new participant (D) can make it a Four-Way
Intercom Conference by making an intercom
call to either (B) or (C).
Starting a Four-Way Intercom
A
C
B
D
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend D
6.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
Group
Intercom
1. Press the Center Button for 1 second until
you hear a beep to terminate all intercom
connections.
Universal
Intercom
2. Tap the Center Button to disconnect from
your first Intercom Friend. Double tap the
Center Button to disconnect from your
second Intercom Friend.
Advanced
Noise
Control™
6.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call
with Intercom Users
You can have a Three-Way Conference Phone Call
by adding an Intercom Friend to the mobile phone
conversation.
1. During a mobile phone call, tap the Center
Button to invite one of your Intercom Friends to
the conversation.
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Invite an Intercom Friend into Phone Conference
Invite an Intercom Friend into Phone Conference
=
ADD AN
INTERCOM
FRIEND
Invite
an Intercom
TO CALL
=
TAP
1x
TAP
Friend into Phone Conference
1x
ADD AN
INTERCOM
Disconnect
Intercom
from during
Conference
TAP
FRIEND
2.
To disconnect
theFriend
intercom
a conference
TO CALL
=
phone call, tap the Center Button.
Disconnect
Intercom Friend from Conference
ADD AN
INTERCOM
FRIEND
TO CALL
DISCONNECT
INTERCOM
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
Disconnect Intercom Friend from Conference
End Phone
DISCONNECT
INTERCOM
1x
1x
Call
TAP
=
1x
HOLD
End
Call the mobile phone call during a
3.
ToPhone
disconnect
=
2s
DISCONNECT
conference phone
INTERCOM
for
2 seconds.
END
MOBILE
EndCALL
Phone Call
END
MOBILE
CALL
call, press the Center Button
=
HOLD
=
HOLD
2s
2s
END
MOBILE
CALL
Note: When you have an incoming intercom call
during a mobile phone call, you will hear a voice
prompt, “Intercom requested.”
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
6.5 Group Intercom
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Group Intercom allows you to instantly create a
Multi-Way Conference Intercom with three of the
most recently paired headsets.
1. Pair intercoms with up to three people you want
in the Group Intercom.
2. Tap the (+) Button and the (-) Button
simultaneously to begin Group Intercom. The
alternating blue and red flashing lights indicate
that the device is now in Group Intercom mode
and you will hear a voice prompt, “Group
intercom.”
Start Group Intercom
TAP
=
Start Group Intercom
START
GROUP
INTERCOM
START
GROUP
INTERCOM
LED STATUS
1x
TAP
=
1x
= Greeen LED Flashing
LED Flashing
= Greeen
“Group intercom”
LED STATUS
3. When all of the headsets are connected together,
intercom”
connected”
everyone will“Group
hear theintercom
voice prompt,
“Group
intercom connected.”
End Group Intercom
“Group intercom connected”
HOLD
=
End Group Intercom
1s
END GROUP
INTERCOM
=
HOLD
1s
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“Group intercom terminated”
= Greeen LED Flashing
MENU
LED STATUS
“Group intercom”
6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
4. To terminate Group Intercom, press the Center
Button for 1 “Group
second intercom
during Group
Intercom.
connected”
You will hear a voice prompt, “Group intercom
terminated.”
End Group Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
HOLD
=
1s
END GROUP
INTERCOM
“Group intercom terminated”
6.6 Universal Intercom
Universal Intercom allows you to have intercom
conversations with users of non-Sena Bluetooth
headsets. You can pair the X1 Smart Cycling Helmet
with only one non-Sena headset at a time. The
intercom distance depends on the performance
of the Bluetooth headset to which it’s connected.
When a non-Sena Bluetooth headset is paired with
the Bluetooth Helmet, if another Bluetooth device
is paired via Second Mobile Phone Pairing, it will
be disconnected.
1. Execute Universal Intercom in the Configuration
Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
Access Universal Intercom in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
3x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
3X
“Universal intercom”
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
=
TAP
1x
EXECUTE
2. Put the non-Sena Bluetooth headset in Pairing
Mode. The X1 Smart Cycling Helmet will
automatically pair with a non-Sena Bluetooth
headset.
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
3. You can have Two-Way Intercom or MultiWay Intercom communication with up to three
Intercom Friends using non-Sena headsets by
following the procedures described below.
Two-Way
Intercom
Example of a Three-Way Universal Intercom
Example of a Three-Way Universal Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
You
You
Non-Sena
Non-Sena
Headset
Headset
Example of a Four-Way Universal Intercom
Example of a Four-Way Universal Intercom
Group
Intercom
Universal
Intercom
Advanced
Noise
Control™
Sena
Sena
Headset
Headset
You
You
Sena
Sena
Headset
Headset
Non-Sena
Non-Sena
Headset
Headset
Non-Sena
Non-Sena
Headset
Headset
6.7 Advanced Noise Control™
(Default: Enable)
An Advanced Noise Control setting can be found
in the Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section
2.7: “Configuration Menu” for more details.
If Advanced Noise Control is enabled, background
noise is reduced during intercom conversations.
If Advanced Noise Control is disabled, the
background noise is mixed with your voice while
using the intercom
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6. INTERCOM SETUP
Intercom
Pairing
Access Advanced Noise Control
in the Configuration Menu
=
Two-Way
Intercom
Multi-Way
Intercom
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
Three-Way
Conference
Phone
Call with
Intercom
Users
Group
Intercom
HOLD
TAP
=
6x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
6X
Universal
Intercom
“Noise control”
Advanced
Noise
Control™
=
TAP
1x
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
7.1
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
FM Radio On/Off
To turn on or shut off the FM radio, press the (-)
Button for 1 second until you hear a double beep.
FM Radio On
=
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
1s
FM RADIO
ON
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
HOLD
“[Beep, Beep]”
FM Radio Off
HOLD
=
1s
FM RADIO
OFF
“[Beep, Beep]”
FM Station
Guide
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7.2 Seek and Save Radio Stations
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
The “Seek” feature searches for radio stations.
1. Double tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to
search for radio stations.
Seek Stations Forward
TAP
=
2x
=
TAP
2x
=
TAP
2x
=
TAP
Seek Stations Forward
SEEK
FORWARD
Seek Stations Backward
SEEK
FORWARD
Seek Stations Backward
SEEK
BACKWARD
Enter Preset Selection Mode
2x
2. To save the current station, press and hold the
SEEK
Center
Button for 3 seconds until you hear the
BACKWARD
HOLD
voice prompt, “Preset (#).”
=
3s
=
HOLD
Enter Preset Selection Mode
ENTER
PRESET
MODE
ENTER
PRESET
MODE
3s
“Preset (#)”
Navigate Forward through Preset Stations
“Preset (#)”
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
Navigate Forward through Preset Stations
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
Navigate Backward through Preset Stations
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
1x
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Enter Preset=
Selection Mode
2x
SEEK
BACKWARD
HOLD
MENU
=
3s
Enter Preset Selection Mode
ENTER
PRESET
MODE
7. USING
THE FM RADIO
=
HOLD
3s
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
3. Tap the (+) Button
or the
(-) Button to navigate
“Preset
(#)”
ENTER
through
the preset numbers that you want to
PRESET
MODE
store.
Navigate Forward through Preset Stations
“Preset (#)”
TAP
=
1x
Navigate Forward through Preset Stations
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
Navigate Backward
through Preset Stations
=
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
TAP
1x
TAP
=
1x
Navigate Backward through Preset Stations
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
Save Station=to the Preset Number
TAP
4. Press and hold the (+) Button for 1 second 1x
to
save the station in the preset number you choose.
NAVIGATE
Or, press and hold the (-) Button for 1 second
HOLDto
BACKWARD
= station from memory.
delete the
1s
Save Station to the Preset Number
SAVE TO
PRESET #
Delete Station
= from Memory
SAVE TO
PRESET #
HOLD
1s
HOLD
=
1s
Delete Station from Memory
DELETE
STATION
=
HOLD
1s
DELETE
STATION
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7.3 Scan and Save Radio Stations
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
The “Scan” function automatically searches for
radio stations, starting with the current station’s
frequency, then up from there.
1. Press and hold the (+) Button for 1 second to
scan for stations.
Scan and Save Radio Stations
HOLD
=
1s
START
SCANNING
Scan and Save Radio Stations
Save the Current Station
2. The Sena tuner pauses at each station it finds for
8 seconds before moving to the next.
HOLD
=
TAP
1s
3. To save the
current
station,
tap
the
Center
=
1x
Button. The station will be saved as the next
START
preset
number.
SCANNING
SAVE
STATION
Save the Current Station
“Preset (#)”
=
TAP
1x
Stop Scanning
SAVE
STATION
=
HOLD
“Preset (#)”
1s
STOP
SCANNING
Stop Scanning
=
HOLD
1s
STOP
SCANNING
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Save the Current Station
MENU
TAP
=
1x
SAVE
STATION
7. USING THE FM RADIO
FM Radio
On/Off
“Preset (#)”
4. To stop scanning, press the (+) Button for
1 second.
Stop Scanning
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
HOLD
=
1s
STOP
SCANNING
7.4 Temporary Station Preset
Temporary
Station Preset
The Temporary Preset feature automatically finds
and saves the nearest 10 radio stations without
changing your existing preset stations.
Navigating
Preset
Stations
1. Tap the (+) Button three times to automatically
find and save 10 stations.
Temporary Stations
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
=
TAP
3x
TEMPORARY
STATIONS
2. The temporary preset stations will be cleared
when the Bluetooth Module reboots.
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
7.5 Navigating Preset Stations
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Using the methods above, up to 10 radio stations
can be stored. Press and hold the Center Button
for 1 second to navigate through the saved
stations.
Navigate through Preset Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
=
HOLD
1s
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
Note: You can use the Sena Device Manager or
the Sena Smartphone App to save the preset
stations.
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
Region
Selection
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
7.6 Region Selection
(Default: Worldwide)
You can select the proper FM frequency range
for your location from the Sena Device Manager
or the Sena Smartphone App. Using the region
setting, you can optimize the seek function to avoid
unnecessary frequency ranges.
Region
Frequency range
Step
Worldwide
76.0 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
North America,
South America
and Australia
87.5 ~ 107.9 MHz
± 200 kHz
Asia and Europe
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Japan
76.0 ~ 95.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
7.7 Radio Data System(RDS)
Alternative(AF) Setting
(Default: Enable)
The RDS AF setting can be found in the
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
When radio station signals get too weak for good
reception, with RDS AF enabled, the Sena radio
receiver re-tunes to a station with better reception.
If RDS AF is disabled, you’ll have to find stronger
stations manually.
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Access RDS AF Setting in the Configuration Menu
=
“Configuration menu”
Temporary
Station Preset
TAP
=
7x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
7X
Region
Selection
“RDS AF setting”
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
Navigating
Preset
Stations
HOLD
=
TAP
1x
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
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7. USING THE FM RADIO
7.8 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
FM Radio
On/Off
Seek and
Save Radio
Stations
Scan and
Save Radio
Stations
The FM Station Guide setting can be found in the
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
When FM Station Guide is enabled, FM station
frequencies are given by voice prompts as you
select preset stations. When FM Station Guide
is disabled, the voice prompts on FM station
frequencies will not be given as you select preset
stations.
Access FM Station Guide in the Configuration Menu
Temporary
Station Preset
Navigating
Preset
Stations
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
Region
Selection
“Configuration menu”
Radio Data
System(RDS)
Alternative
(AF) Setting
FM Station
Guide
HOLD
TAP
=
8x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
8X
“FM Station Guide setting”
=
TAP
1x
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
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8. GENERAL SETTINGS
8.1 Function Priority
Function
Priority
Firmware
Updates
Voice
Prompts
Deleting All
Bluetooth
Pairing
Information
The headset prioritizes connected devices in the
following order:
(highest)
Mobile phone
Intercom
Music sharing via Bluetooth stereo
FM radio
(lowest)
Bluetooth stereo music
A lower-priority function gets interrupted by a
higher-priority function. For example, stereo music
will be interrupted by an Intercom Conversation;
an Intercom Conversation will be interrupted by an
incoming mobile phone call.
8.2 Firmware Updates
The X1 Smart Cycling Helmet supports firmware
upgrades. You can upgrade the firmware using the
Sena Device Manager. Please refer to Section
2.6.1: “Sena Device Manager” for more details.
Please visit sena.com to check for the latest
software downloads.
Click Here to Visit Sena.com
8.3 Voice Prompts
A Voice prompt setting can be found in the
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
If Voice prompt is enabled, you can hear Voice
prompts for different kinds of features. If Voice
prompt is disabled, Voice prompts are silenced
except for those in the Configuration Menu, battery
level indication, speed dial, and FM radio functions.
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8. GENERAL SETTINGS
Function
Priority
Firmware
Updates
Voice
Prompts
Access Voice Prompt in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
Deleting All
Bluetooth
Pairing
Information
TAP
=
6x
NAVIGATE
FORWARD
6X
“Voice prompt”
=
TAP
1x
ENABLE OR
DISABLE
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8. GENERAL SETTINGS
Function
Priority
Firmware
Updates
Voice
Prompts
Deleting All
Bluetooth
Pairing
Information
8.4 Deleting All Bluetooth Pairing
Information
A Delete All Bluetooth Pairing Information
setting can be found in the Configuration Menu.
Please refer to Section 2.7: “Configuration Menu”
for more details.
Tap the Center Button when in this menu to Delete
All Bluetooth Pairing Information stored in the
headset.
Access Delete All Pairings in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
5x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
5X
“Delete all pairings”
=
TAP
1x
EXECUTE
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9. REMOTE CONTROL
Pairing with
the Remote
Control
You can remotely control the Bluetooth Module using
Sena Remote Control devices (sold separately) such
as a Handlebar Remote or a Wristband Remote. This
eliminates the need to remove your hands from the
handlebars for button operations.
9.1 Pairing with the Remote Control
1. Turn on the Bluetooth Module and the Remote
Control device.
2. Execute Remote Control Pairing in the
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
Access Remote Control Pairing
in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
4x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
4X
“Remote control pairing”
=
TAP
1x
EXECUTE
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ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
TAP
=
4x
MENU
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
4X
“Configuration menu”
9. REMOTE
CONTROL
“Remote
control pairing”
Pairing with
the Remote
Control
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
4X
EXECUTE
TAP
=
4x
=
TAP
1x
“Remote control pairing”
Enter Pairing Mode
3. Enter pairing mode in the Remote Control
device. The Bluetooth Module will automatically
connect with Enter
the Remote
Control
device in TAP
Pairing
Mode
= You will hear a voice prompt,1x
pairing mode.
on Remote Control.
“Remote control connected,” when they are
EXECUTE
REMOTE
successfully paired.
CONTROL
Enter Pairing Mode
“Remote control connected”
Enter Pairing Mode
= on Remote Control.
REMOTE
CONTROL
“Remote control connected”
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault Reset
Factory
Reset
Please visit sena.com for answers to frequently asked
questions. This detailed online FAQ section deals with
troubleshooting, illustrates case studies and contains
tips on using the Sena X1 Smart Cycling Helmet.
Click Here to Visit Sena.com
10.1 Fault Reset
When the helmet’s Bluetooth Module is not working
properly, you can easily reset the unit:
1. Locate the pinhole reset button below the
(+) Button.
2. Gently insert a paper clip into the hole and press
and Fault Reset Button for 1 second with light
pressure.
Fault Reset
=
TAP
1x
FAULT RESET
3. The communication module will shut down.
Note: Fault Reset will not restore the Bluetooth
Module to factory default settings.
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
10.2 Factory Reset
Fault Reset
Factory
Reset
To erase all of your settings and start fresh,
the headset can be restored to factory default
settings using the Factory Reset feature in the
Configuration Menu. Please refer to Section 2.7:
“Configuration Menu” for more details.
Access Factory Reset in the Configuration Menu
HOLD
=
10s
ACCESS
CONFIG.
MENU
“Configuration menu”
TAP
=
2x
NAVIGATE
BACKWARD
2X
“Factory reset”
=
TAP
1x
EXECUTE
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11. MAINTENANCE
AND CARE
The inner lining of the Sena X1 Smart Cycling
Helmet is completely removable. Its headliner can
be washed by hand using only water, mild soap, at
a maximum temperature of 30ºC (86ºF), and nonabrasive cloths to clean the helmet’s shell, pads
and retention system. Allow the padding to dry at
room temperature. Store the helmet in a dry, dark,
well-ventilated location, out of the reach of children
and animals. High temperatures (above 110ºF, 43ºC)
may melt the helmet’s shell.
WARNING:
• Never use gasoline, diesel fuel, thinners or
solvents to clean the helmet. These substances
can cause serious damage to the helmet,
even though the resulting damage may not
be visible. This helmet can be damaged by
contact with common substances (for example,
certain solvents (ammonia), cleaners (bleach),
paints, abrasives) and this damage may not be
visible to the wearer. Do not use this helmet
if it has been exposed to such substances.
The full safety function of the helmet can no
longer be guaranteed if exposed to damaging
substances.
• Do not store your helmet in your car or
anywhere else near a heat source. Do not use if
the shell has been melted or deformed. Always
position the helmet so that it cannot fall to the
floor. Damage that occurs in this way is not
covered by the warranty.
• Do not attach anything to your helmet,
including mirrors or lights.
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11. MAINTENANCE
AND CARE
The shell of this helmet is constructed of expanded
polymer foam. Ventilation holes may allow harmful
objects to pass in the helmet interior.
The protective capability of your helmet will
diminish over time, dependent upon many factors
such as dents, dings, and exposure to pollution,
harmful chemicals and long term exposure to the
sun. Sena recommends that helmets be replaced
after five years.
Note: The useful life of your helmet may be less
than five years as a result of exposure to sunlight,
rough, handling/storage that results in dents or
cuts or as a result of heavy use.
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Copyright © 2017 Sena Technologies, Inc.
All rights reserved.
© 1998–2017 Sena Technologies, Inc. All rights
reserved.
Sena Technologies, Inc. reserves the right to make
any changes and improvements to its product without
providing prior notice.
Sena™ is a trademark of Sena Technologies, Inc.
or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.
Prism™, Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro®, Cavalry™,
X1™, X1 Pro™ FreeWire™, Tufftalk™, 30K™, 20S™,
10S™, 10C™, 10C Evo™, 10U™, 10Upad™ 10R™,
3S™, SMH10™, SMH10R™, SMH5™, SMH5-FM™,
SPH10™, SPH10H™, SPH10H-FM™, Expand™,
Bluetooth Mic & Intercom™, RC1™, RC3™, RC4™,
Handlebar Remote™, Wristband Remote™, SM10™,
SR10™, SR10i™ are trademarks of Sena Technologies,
Inc. or its subsidiaries. These trademarks may not be
used without the express permission of Sena.
GoPro® is a registered trademark of Woodman Labs
of San Mateo, California. Sena Technologies, Inc.
(“Sena”) is not affiliated with Woodman Labs, Inc.
The Sena Bluetooth Pack for GoPro® is an aftermarket
accessory specially designed and manufactured by
Sena Technologies, Inc. for the GoPro® Hero3 and
Hero4 allowing for Bluetooth capabilities.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by
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