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Sena TUFFTALK M User Guide
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User’s Guide
Tufftalk M
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PACKAGE CONTENTS.............................................................................................4
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CONTENTS
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1.1 Over-the-Head Earmuff Type...................................................................................................4
1.2 Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type.................................................................................................4
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
INSTALLING THE HEADSET....................................................................................5
2.1 Installing the Microphone
(Over-the-Head Earmuff Type/Hard Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type)......................................5
2.2 Installing the Headset (Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type)..........................................................6
2.3 Replacing the Ear Pads...........................................................................................................7
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GETTING STARTED..................................................................................................8
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
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Button Operation......................................................................................................................8
Sena Softwares........................................................................................................................9
Noise Reduction Rating...........................................................................................................9
Powering On and Off...............................................................................................................9
Charging..................................................................................................................................9
Checking the Battery Level....................................................................................................10
Volume Adjustment................................................................................................................10
Muting the Microphone (Default: Unmute)............................................................................11
PAIRING THE HEADSET WITH BLUETOOTH DEVICES.................................... 11
4.1 Mobile Phone Pairing - Mobile Phone...................................................................................11
4.2 Intercom Pairing.....................................................................................................................12
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MOBILE PHONE..................................................................................................... 13
5.1 Mobile Phone Call Making and Answering...........................................................................13
5.2 Speed Dialing.........................................................................................................................13
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STEREO MUSIC..................................................................................................... 14
6.1 Bluetooth Stereo Music..........................................................................................................14
6.2 Music Sharing........................................................................................................................14
MESH INTERCOM.................................................................................................. 15
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INTERCOM.............................................................................................................. 21
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
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What is Mesh Intercom?.........................................................................................................15
Starting Mesh Intercom..........................................................................................................16
Using the Mesh in Open Mesh..............................................................................................17
Using the Mesh in Group Mesh.............................................................................................17
Toggling Open Mesh/Group Mesh........................................................................................19
Reset Mesh............................................................................................................................19
Mesh Intercom Music Sharing...............................................................................................20
Mesh Audio Multitasking (Always On)...................................................................................20
Two-Way Intercom..................................................................................................................21
Multi-Way Intercom................................................................................................................21
Three-Way Conference Phone Call with Intercom Participant..............................................23
Group Intercom......................................................................................................................23
FM RADIO............................................................................................................... 23
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
FM Radio On/Off....................................................................................................................23
Preset Stations.......................................................................................................................23
Seek and Save.......................................................................................................................23
Scan and Save.......................................................................................................................24
Temporary Preset...................................................................................................................24
Region Selection....................................................................................................................24
10 FUNCTION PRIORITY............................................................................................ 25
11 CONFIGURATION SETTING................................................................................. 25
11.1 Headset Configuration Setting...............................................................................................25
11.2 Software Configuration Setting..............................................................................................26
12 FIRMWARE UPGRADE.......................................................................................... 28
13 TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................ 29
13.1 Fault Reset.............................................................................................................................29
13.2 Factory Reset.........................................................................................................................29
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1 PACKAGE CONTENTS
1.2 Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type
• Headset Main Units
(including the Type A Hard Hat Adapter
for Tufftalk M) 1.1 Over-the-Head Earmuff Type
• Headset • USB Power & Data Cable • Microphone • USB Power & Data Cable • Microphone Sponge (2) • Microphone • Microphone Sponge (2) 4
• Rubber Pad (2) • Type B Hard Hat Adapter for Tufftalk M (2) Tufftalk M
Note:
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2 INSTALLING THE HEADSET
Removing the Microphone
1. Unfasten the microphone by rotating it clockwise.
2.1 Installing the Microphone (Over-the-Head Earmuff
Type/Hard Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type)
1. Align the arrows on the main unit and microphone and insert the
microphone.
2. Align the arrows on the main unit and microphone and remove the
microphone.
2. Fasten the microphone by rotating it counter clockwise.
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2.2
Installing the Headset (Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type)
1. Attach the headsets to each side of the hard hat by sliding them
into the left and right slots of the hard hat. The headset with the
microphone should be mounted on the right side of the hard hat.
2. Organize the cables under the hard hat suspensions.
Right Speaker Cover
Type A Hard Hat Adapter for Tufftalk M
Tufftalk M Headset
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• If the rubber pad on the inner surface of the bracket-top begins to fray,
replace it with the included pad.
2.3 Replacing the Ear Pads
1. Use your fingers to remove the ear pads.
2. Insert the included ear pads.
• If the Type A Hard Hat Adapters do not fit in the left and right slots of the
hard hat, replace them with the Type B Hard Hat Adapters. Refer to the
following procedure:
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Note:
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1. Loosen the screws and remove the Type A Hard Hat Adapters and the
top covers.
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2. Assemble the Type B Hard Hat Adapters and the top covers, and
tighten the screws.
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3 GETTING STARTED
3.1 Button Operation
Status LED
Center Button
(-) Button
(+) Button
Mesh Intercom Button
Left Ear Cup
Left Ear Cup
Right Ear Cup
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
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Microphone
Right Ear Cup
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
Microphone
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3.4 Powering On and Off
3.2.1 Sena Utility App
To power on the headset, press and hold the Center Button and the
(+) Button for 1 second. To power off the headset, tap the Center
Button and the (+) Button.
By simply pairing your phone with your headset, you can use the Sena
Utility App for quicker and easier set up and management.
• App Features
–– Music, FM Radio, Device settings, Quick Start Guide, and User’s
Guide.
• Download
–– Android: Google Play Store > ‘Sena Utility’
–– iOS: App Store > ‘Sena Utility’
3.2.2 Sena Device Manager
The Sena Device Manager allows you to upgrade the firmware and
configure its settings directly from your PC or Apple computer.
Download the Sena Device Manager from www.sena.com.
3.3 Noise Reduction Rating
Over-the-Head Earmuff Type: NRR (ANSI S3.19-1974, US) - 26 dB
Hard Hat Mount Earmuff Type: NRR (ANSI S3.19-1974, US) - 24 dB
3.5 Charging
WARNING
When charging the battery, use only the approved charger provided
by the manufacturer. Use of a non-approved charger may cause fire,
explosion, leakage, and other hazards which may also reduce the life time
or performance of the battery.
You can charge the headset by connecting the supplied USB power &
data cable into a computer’s USB port or USB wall charger. You can
use any standard micro USB cable to charge the units. The charging
LED turns red while charging and turns blue when fully charged. It
takes about 2.5 hours to be completely charged.
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3.6 Checking the Battery Level
When the headset is powering on, the red LED flashes rapidly
indicating the battery level.
4 flashes = High, 70 ~ 100%
3 flashes = Medium, 30 ~ 70%
or
AC Adapter
Note:
• Any 3rd party USB charger can be used with Sena products if the
charger is approved by either the FCC, CE or IC.
• The headset is compatible with 5 V/1 A input USB-charged devices only.
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2 flashes = Low, 0 ~ 30%
3.7 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, even when the headset is rebooted.
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3.8 Muting the Microphone (Default: Unmute)
Note:
1. The mute and unmute function only works if Bluetooth Intercom or Mesh
Intercom is on.
2. After turn off your headset, the Mute setting will return to default
(Unmute).
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DEVICES
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To mute the microphone, tap the Center Button and the (-) Button
until you hear a voice prompt, “Mic off”.
To unmute the microphone, tap the Center Button and the (-) Button
until you hear a voice prompt, “Mic on”.
You can pair the headset with Bluetooth mobile phones. The pairing
operation is required only once for each Bluetooth device. The headset
can also be paired with up to three other Sena headsets.
4.1 Mobile Phone Pairing - Mobile Phone
1. Press and hold the (+) Button and Center Button for 10 seconds
when the Tufftalk M is turned off.
2. You will hear a voice prompt, “Phone pairing”.
3. Search for Bluetooth devices on your mobile phone. Select the
Sena Tufftalk M in the list of the devices detected on the mobile
phone.
4. If your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
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4.2 Intercom Pairing
4.2.1 Pairing with Other Headsets for Intercom Conversation
The headset can be paired with up to three other headsets for
Bluetooth intercom conversation.
1. Press and hold the Center Button of the headset A and B for
5 seconds until red LEDs of the both units start to flash rapidly.
2. Simply tap the Center Button of any one of the two headsets A
and B, and wait until the LEDs of both headsets turn to blue and
intercom connection is automatically established.
3. You can make other pairings between headsets A and C, and
between headsets A and D by following the same procedure as
above.
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4. The intercom pairing queue is ‘Last-Come, First-Served’. If a
headset has multiple paired headsets for intercom conversations,
the last paired headset is set as first intercom friend. The
previous intercom friend becomes second intercom friend, and
third intercom friend.
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend D
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5.1 Mobile Phone Call Making and Answering
1. When you have an incoming call, simply tap the Center Button
to answer the call.
2. You can also answer the incoming call by loudly speaking any
word of your choice if Voice Activated Phone Answering (VOX
Phone) is enabled, unless you are connected to intercom.
3. To end a call, press the Center Button for 2 seconds, or wait for
the called person to end the call.
4. To reject a call, press the Center Button for 2 seconds while the
phone is ringing.
5. There are several ways to make a phone call:
–– Enter numbers on your mobile phone’s keypad and make a call.
Then the call is automatically transferred to the headset.
–– In stand-by mode, press the Center Button for 3 seconds, to
activate the voice dialing of your mobile phone. For this, the
voice dialing function must be available on the mobile phone.
Refer to your mobile phone manual for further instruction.
5.2 Speed Dialing
You can quickly make a phone call by using the voice speed dial
menu.
1. To enter into the voice speed dial menu, press and hold the (+)
Button for 3 seconds and you will hear a mid-toned single beep
and a voice prompt, “Speed dial”.
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to navigate between the
menus. You will hear voice prompts for each menu item.
3. Tap the Center Button to select a voice menu among the
followings:
(1) Last number redial
(4) Speed dial 3
(2) Speed dial 1
(5) Cancel
(3) Speed dial 2
4. After selecting the last number redial menu, you will hear a voice
prompt, “Last number redial”. Then, to redial the last phone call
number, tap the Center Button.
5. To call one of the speed dials, tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button
to navigate between the menus until you hear a voice prompt,
“Speed dial (#)”. Then, tap the Center Button.
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6. If you want to exit the speed dial immediately, tap the (+) Button
or the (-) Button until you hear a voice prompt, “Cancel”, and tap
the Center Button.
Note:
• Make sure that you connect the mobile phone and the headset to use the
speed dial function.
• You need to assign speed dial numbers before using the speed dial.
6 STEREO MUSIC
6.1 Bluetooth Stereo Music
1. To play or pause music, press and hold the Center Button for
1 second until you hear a double beep.
2. To adjust the volume, tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button.
3. To track forward or track back, press and hold the (+) Button or
the (-) Button for 1 second until you hear a beep.
6.2 Music Sharing
You can start sharing music with an intercom friend using Bluetooth
stereo music during a two-way intercom conversation. When you
terminate music sharing, you can go back to the intercom conversation.
To start or terminate sharing music, press and hold the (-) Button for
3 seconds during an intercom conversation until you hear a double
beep.
Note:
Both you and your intercom friend can remotely control music playback
such as track forward and track back.
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7.1 What is Mesh Intercom?
Sena proposes using Mesh Intercom™, which provides instant and
effortless bike-to-bike communication without a pre-grouping process.
Mesh Intercom allows riders to connect and communicate with nearby
users without the need to pair each headset together.
The working distance between each Tufftalk M in Mesh Intercom can
be up to 1.1 km (0.7 miles) in open terrain. In open terrain, the Mesh
can be extended up to 4.4 km (2.8 miles) between a minimum of 6
users.
Within the same channel in Open Mesh™ or the same private group in
Group Mesh™, 6 users can talk at the same time for an optimized
conversation.
7.1.1 Open Mesh
Open Mesh is an open group intercom conversation. Users can freely
communicate with each other in the same channel of Open Mesh. A
user can select with channel to use (1 - 9) using the headset. It can
connect with a virtually unlimited number of users in each channel.
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 9
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7.1.2 Group Mesh
7.2 Starting Mesh Intercom
Group Mesh is a closed group intercom conversation that allows
users to leave, join, or rejoin a group intercom conversation without
pairing each headset. Users can freely communicate with each other
in the same private group of Group Mesh.
For closed intercom conversations using Mesh Intercom, a Group
Mesh needs to be created by the users. When users create a private
group in Group Mesh by Mesh Grouping, the headset automatically
switches from Open Mesh to Group Mesh. It can connect with up to
24 users in each private group.
When Mesh Intercom is enabled, the Tufftalk M will automatically
connect to nearby Tufftalk M users and allow them to talk to each
other by pressing the Mesh Intercom Button.
Group Mesh
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7.2.1 Mesh Intercom On/Off
To start the Mesh Intercom, tap the Mesh Intercom Button.
To terminate the Mesh Intercom, tap the Mesh Intercom Button
again.
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7.4 Using the Mesh in Group Mesh
When Mesh Intercom is enabled, the headset will be in Open Mesh
(default: channel 1) initially.
7.4.1 Mesh Grouping
7.3.1 Channel Setting (Default: channel 1)
If the Open Mesh communication experiences interference because
other groups are also using the channel 1 (default), change the
channel. You can select one of 1 to 9 channels.
1. To enter into the Channel Setting, double tap the Mesh Intercom
Button until you hear a voice prompt, “Channel Setting”.
2. To save one of the channels, tap the (+) or (-) Button to navigate
between the channels until you hear a voice prompt, “(#)”. Then,
tap the Center Button.
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(1 2
Note:
• Channel Setting always starts with channel 1.
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7.3 Using the Mesh in Open Mesh
Creating a Group Mesh
1. Users who want to create a Group Mesh should press and hold
the Mesh Intercom Button for 5 seconds until both users hear a
voice prompt, “Mesh Grouping”.
In Open Mesh
Headset A
Headset B
Headset C
Headset #
5”
5”
5”
Press
Press
Press
• If you do not press any button within for approximately 10 seconds in a
specific channel, the channel will be automatically saved.
• The channel will be remembered even if you turn off the headset.
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2. When the headsets complete Mesh Grouping, users will hear a
voice prompt, “Group Mesh”.
Headsets automatically switch from Open Mesh to Group Mesh.
Note:
If the Mesh Grouping is not completed within 30 seconds, users will hear
a voice prompt, “Grouping failed”.
In Open Mesh
Headset C in
Existing Group Mesh
[Current Member]
Joining an Existing Group Mesh
One of the members of the Existing Group Mesh can allow the new
members of an Open Mesh to join the Existing Group Mesh.
Headset A
Headset B
[New Members]
1. The current member and the new members put their headsets into
Mesh Grouping. Press and hold the Mesh Intercom Button for
5 seconds until the users hear a voice prompt, “Mesh Grouping”.
5”
5”
5”
Press
Press
Press
2. When the headsets complete Mesh Grouping, new members will
hear a voice prompt, “Group Mesh”.
The new members’ headsets automatically switch from Open
Mesh to Group Mesh.
Note:
If the Mesh Grouping is not completed within 30 seconds, current members
will hear a low tone double beep and a new member will hear a voice
prompt, “Grouping failed”.
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7.6 Reset Mesh
A user is able to toggle between Open Mesh and Group Mesh without
resetting the Mesh. This allows the user to keep the Mesh Network
connection information while in Open Mesh.
The user can toggle to Group Mesh to communicate with participants
from the stored Mesh Network connection information.
If a headset in an Open Mesh or Group Mesh resets the Mesh, it will
automatically return to Open Mesh (default: channel 1).
• To reset the Mesh, press and hold the Mesh Intercom Button for
8 seconds and you will hear a voice prompt, “Reset Mesh”.
Note:
Open Mesh
Group Mesh
When a user resets the Mesh, the stored Mesh Network information will be
deleted.
• To toggle between Open Mesh and Group Mesh, press and hold
the Mesh Intercom Button for 3 seconds.
Note:
If you don’t have Mesh Network connection information, you can’t toggle
between Open Mesh and Group Mesh. You will hear a voice prompt, “No
group available”.
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7.7 Mesh Intercom Music Sharing
7.8 Mesh Audio Multitasking (Always On)
If you start sharing music while Mesh Intercom are running at the
same time, then music shared during Bluetooth intercom will take
priority over music shared during Mesh Intercom. The Creator will
send a request message to a headset connected during Mesh
Intercom and will share music with the first participant that accepts
the request.
Mesh Audio Multitasking allows you to have a Mesh Intercom
conversation while simultaneously listening to music, FM radio, or GPS
instructions. The overlaid audio is played in the background with
reduced volume whenever there is a Mesh Intercom conversation and
will return to normal volume once the conversation is finished. The
Mesh Audio Multitasking feature can be configured through the
Intercom-Audio Overlay Sensitivity and the Audio Overlay Volume
Management settings.
[Creator]
1. Press and hold the (-) Button for 3 seconds until you hear a voice
prompt, “Music Sharing on”.
Participant will hear a voice prompt, “Would you like to accept music
sharing?”
[Participant]
1. To accept the request, tap the Mesh Intercom Button.
2. To reject the request, press and hold the Mesh Intercom Button
for 1 second.
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8.1 Two-Way Intercom
8.1.1 Starting Two-way Intercom
You can start an intercom conversation with one of any intercom
friends by tapping the Center Button: single tap to intercom with the
first intercom friend, double tap to intercom with the second
intercom friend, and triple tap to intercom with the third intercom
friend.
8.1.2 Ending Two-way Intercom
You can end an intercom conversation with one of any intercom friends
by tapping the Center Button: single tap to end intercom with the first
intercom friend, double tap to end intercom with the second intercom
friend, and triple tap to end intercom with the third intercom friend.
8.2 Multi-Way Intercom
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.
8.2.1 Starting Three-way Intercom
1. You (A) need to be paired with two other friends (B & C) for three
way conference intercom.
2. Start an intercom conversation with one of the two friends in your
intercom group.
3. You (A) can call the second intercom friend (C) by double tapping
the Center Button, or the second intercom friend (C) may join the
intercom by making an intercom call to you (A).
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2
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
3
YOU
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
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8.2.2 Starting Four-way Intercom
8.2.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
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).
You can completely terminate the conference intercom or just
disconnect an intercom connection with one of your active intercom
friends.
1. Press and hold the Center Button for 1 second until you hear a
beep to terminate all intercom connections.
2. Tap the Center Button to disconnect from your first intercom
friend. Double tap the Center Button to disconnect from your
second intercom friend.
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend D
Note:
Multiple headsets are connected during multi-way intercom. With various
signals interfering each other, the intercom distance of multi-way intercom
is relatively shorter than that of two-way intercom.
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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.
2. To disconnect the intercom during a conference phone call, tap
the Center Button.
3. To disconnect the mobile phone call during a conference phone
call, press and hold the Center Button for 2 seconds.
8.4 Group Intercom
Group Intercom allows you to instantly create a multi-way conference
intercom with three other most recently paired headsets.
1. Go through intercom pairing with up to three headsets you want to
have Group Intercom with.
2. Tap the (+) Button and (-) Button to begin Group Intercom. The
LED will flash green.
3. To terminate Group Intercom, press and hold the Center Button
for 1 second during Group Intercom.
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8.3 Three-Way Conference Phone Call with Intercom
Participant
9.1 FM Radio On/Off
To turn on or off the FM radio, press and hold the (-) Button for
1 second until you hear a mid-toned double beep sound.
9.2 Preset Stations
You can listen to preset stations while listening to the FM radio. Press
and hold the Center Button for 1 second to go upward to your next
saved preset station.
9.3 Seek and Save
1. Double tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to search up or down
the station dial.
2. You can save current station from the Sena Device Manager or
the Sena Utility App.
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9.4 Scan and Save
9.6 Region Selection
1. Press and hold the (+) Button for 1 second.
2. The Sena tuner pauses at each station it finds for 8 seconds
before moving to the next.
3. You can save current station from the Sena Device Manager or
the Sena Utility App.
You can select the proper FM frequency region from the Sena Device
Manager. With the region setting, you may optimize the seek function
to avoid unnecessary frequency ranges.
9.5 Temporary Preset
The Temporary Station Preset feature automatically finds and saves
the nearest 10 radio stations without changing your existing preset
stations.
1. Tap the (+) Button 3 times to automatically scan for 10 temporary
preset stations.
2. The temporary preset stations will be cleared when the headset
is powered off.
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Region
Frequency Range
Step
Worldwide
76.0 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Americas
87.5 ~ 107.9 MHz
± 200 kHz
Asia
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Australia
87.5 ~ 107.9 MHz
± 200 kHz
Europe
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Japan
76.0 ~ 95.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
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The headset operates in the following order of priority:
(highest)
Mobile phone
Mesh Intercom / Bluetooth Intercom
Music sharing via Bluetooth stereo
FM radio
(lowest)
Bluetooth stereo music
A lower priority function is always interrupted by a higher priority
function.
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10 FUNCTION PRIORITY
11.1 Headset Configuration Setting
1. To enter configuration menu, press and hold the Center
Button for 10 seconds until you will also hear a voice prompt,
“Configuration menu”.
2. Tap the (+) Button or the (-) Button to navigate between the
menus. You will hear voice prompts for each menu item.
3. You can execute the command by tapping the Center Button.
Configuration Menu
Tap Center Button
Phone Pairing
None
Delete All Pairings
Execute
Factory Reset
Execute
Exit Configuration
Execute
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11.1.1 Phone Pairing
11.2 Software Configuration Setting
1. Execute Phone Pairing in the Configuration Menu.
2. Search for Bluetooth devices on your mobile phone. Select the
Sena Tufftalk M in the list of the devices detected on the mobile
phone.
3. If your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
You can change the settings of the headset through the Sena Device
Manager or the Sena Utility App.
11.2.1 Speed Dial
Assign phone numbers for speed dialing to make a phone call quickly.
11.2.2 Channel Setting (Default: channel 1)
If the Open Mesh communication experiences interference because
other groups are also using the channel 1 (default), change the
channel. You can select one of 1 to 9 channels.
11.2.3 Audio Boost (Default: Disable)
Enabling Audio Boost increases the overall maximum volume.
Disabling Audio Boost reduces the overall maximum volume, but
delivers more balanced sound.
11.2.4 VOX Phone (Default: Enable)
If this feature is enabled, you can answer incoming calls by voice.
When you hear a ringtone for an incoming call, you can answer the
phone by saying a word such as “Hello” loudly or by blowing air into
the microphone. VOX phone is temporarily disabled if you are
connected to intercom. If this feature is disabled, you have to tap the
Center Button to answer an incoming call.
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11.2.8 HD Intercom (Default: Enable)
VOX sensitivity can be adjusted depending on your riding environment.
Level 5 is the highest sensitivity setting and 1 is the lowest.
HD Intercom enhances the two-way intercom audio from normal
quality to HD quality. HD Intercom will become temporarily disabled
when you enter into a multi-way intercom. If this feature is disabled,
the two-way intercom audio will change to normal quality.
11.2.6 Intercom-Audio Overlay Sensitivity (Default: 3)
The music, FM radio and GPS volume will be lowered to play in the
background if you talk over the intercom while the overlaid audio is
playing. You can adjust the intercom sensitivity to activate this
background audio mode. Level 1 has the lowest sensitivity and level 5
has the highest sensitivity.
Note:
If your voice is not louder than the sensitivity of the selected level, the
overlaid audio will not be lowered.
11.2.7 Audio Overlay Volume Management (Default: Disable)
The music, FM radio and GPS overlaid audio reduces in volume
whenever there is an ongoing intercom conversation. If Audio Overlay
Volume Management is enabled, the volume level of the overlaid
audio will not be reduced during an intercom conversation.
Note:
The intercom distance of HD Intercom is relatively shorter than that of
normal intercom.
11.2.9 Voice Prompts (Default: Enable)
You can disable voice prompts by software configuration settings, but
the following voice prompts are always on.
–– Headset configuration settings menu, battery level indicator, speed
dial, FM radio functions
11.2.10 RDS AF Setting (Default: Disable)
Radio Data System (RDS) Alternative Frequency (AF) Setting allows
a receiver to re-tune to the second frequency location when the first
signal becomes too weak. With RDS AF enabled on the receiver, a
radio station with more than one frequency can be used.
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11.2.5 VOX Sensitivity (Default: 3)
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11.2.11 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
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.
11.2.12 Advanced Noise Control™ (Default: Enable)
When Advanced Noise Control is enabled, the background noise is
reduced during an intercom conversation. When it is disabled, the
background noise is mixed with your voice during intercom.
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12 FIRMWARE UPGRADE
The headset supports firmware upgrades. You can update the firmware
using the Sena Device Manager. Please visit Sena website at
www.sena.com to check the latest software downloads.
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13 TROUBLESHOOTING
13.1 Fault Reset
When the headset is not working properly or is in faulty status for any
reason, you may reset by pushing the pin-hole reset button located
below the Center Button.
13.2 Factory Reset
If you want to restore the headset to factory default settings, use the
Factory Reset in the configuration menu. The headset automatically
restores the default settings and turns off.
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