I'm interested in which communicators you guys use. Bluetooth or intercom? Thanks for your responses.
2004 TC, CB on both (about to start the install on the 2011 Vision). I have used the BT from the GPS for my music and GPS calls. Then went to JM CB which tapped aux out from the GPS to my headset so had music, CB, and GPS calls as well as BT from phone to GPS for incoming call in case of emergency at home while on longer trips.
I personnally, like IComm VOX with my pax when they are back there (wife or daughter) but they don't ride with me that often. CB is a pricey way to go so it depends on how much of the features your going to use. I ride with a group that uses the CB for the most part a fair amount but not enough to be a pain. I like the felxability when we switch lead to talk to back/forth for change of plans and CB offers commonailty over BT. So, maybe look at a couple additional questions on how you plan to use it.
Are you riding solo majority of the time, 2up, and/or do you ride with a group that you would want to have some form of communicaiton with that would take you down the CB route?
CB head unit is required to take advantage of the ICOMM package/software along with a couple cables and I believe you will also have to purchase the riders headset that has the passenger/rider connectors in it (if it is like the vision).
Do you have a GPS, if so, is it BlueTooth. Will you tie it into your ICom (Im assuming you have the GPS plug like the Vision for a seperate Audio input beyone the Aux/Ipod)
I paid the extra cash and am happy with IComm and CB installed on both bikes.
2011 White Vision - Nuvi 550, Lowers, Lloydz 2nd filter, Vic perf filter, CB/Icom, 96 Brake LED's, Clear Signal lens/Switchbacks, VIC Hwy Pegs, Stebel Horn, 7Jurock 15" Shield, PCV, Lloyd ATS and Variable intake, Ness honkers
2004 V92 TC - S1 flash, level 1 slip-on, Ness big sucker K&N, ISO Grips, 4x1.5 Highway Hawg Risers, extra chrome (never too much), JM 2k CB 4' antena, Mustang seat, HD Front TS & Lowers, OD Pulley
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