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Forget the Sens hooking in to the radio. You'll have to have two, along with wiring harnesses and the irritation of making it all work. Sena doesn't support Vics BT dongle IIRC, even though they carry the name, but am sure I'll be corrected if wrong. Probably left out that part.
Get a SM10 I think it is. Plug in GPS, and MP3 player it will sync with two headsets. The SMH5 has 3 channels, one for phone and one for intercom. You can each have a phone connected if the phones have BT. Easy to use and sounds good even with earplugs. SMH10 has 5 channels if you need more. About $300 will get you into a dual headset with the dongle and it actually works, well. Our SMH5's have been upgraded to stream music to each other but that came after the setup was complete. This may or may not negate the need for two radio dongles, but I can't say.
The radio is plenty good to listen to without headsets and makes the deer look if you want to do that. Under 80MPH the radio sounds fine to me, but you may not want to broadcast to the world. I think the head sets are better in about every way.
Some people go their whole life wondering if they made a difference, Marines don't have that problem.~ Ronald Reagan
2012 XCT, AFR+ Gen 4, Lloydz air filter. I don't equate noise with power.
I ride with the Force.
Last edited by Lostintexas; 01-19-2014 at 10:42 PM.