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post #1 of 13 Old 05-21-2015, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Sena / scala rider question

Myself and my father have Scala rider G4's. A friend and his son got Sensa SMH-10's.

Does anyone know how to pair the 4?


I've paired mine to the sons, but with the scala rider you connect through the "phone BT" not a regular scala rider channel A or B....

Anyone have experience with this?

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As far as I know you can't pair two different brands, but mine is an old version... If you find a way to do it I'd love to hear it!

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there is an option to pair to other blue tooth devices. If you haven't updated your sena, do it. Once its done you can the voice prompts. Go to the universal pairing option. I believe it just hold in the toggle button for a specific amount of time. And check out the manual online for the firmware version that you update to.
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OP, any luck?

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I wasn't able to view the pdf you posted.

But I was able to get all 4 to work.

Here's what I did.

Pair the 2 scala riders to each other. Same for the senas.

Then pair 1 scala rider and 1 sena together by on the sena end, universal intercom. But on the scalariders end as a bluetooth phone. Which on the g4 is to hold the center button for 6 seconds to pair.

Worked well. The sena's do not sound as good as the scalariders. But it was still pretty clear.

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There are other options. I picked up a uclear over a year ago just to comms with a buddy on the occasional group ride. Looked recently for a firmware update and it looks like some, if not all, of their products firmware will connect to other brands. Unfortunately it requires a Mac or Windows machine to do the firmware update, so I can't comment how well it works just yet

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post #9 of 13 Old 05-28-2015, 02:43 PM
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this is good to know, i always thought you had to have the same brand.
...now if i could just figure out the lineage and which one is enough for my needs ha.

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What do you want to use yours for and how many riders are you going to connect too.

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I mostly want it for streaming music/nav from my phone. I'd want to be able to add my own headphones for better quality. phone functions like call/text.. i'm not a big fan, but sometimes ya gotta do it, and if i could without having to take off my helmet, dig out my phone that'd be nice.
I'd get two so I could use it with a passenger or riding with a friend. I'd like them to have their own music play. I rarely do group rides, but wouldn't mind being connected there

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Sounds like a SENA 20S is what you're looking for. Nav and music at the same time. Easily add your own headphones too.

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I have had a HBC uclear 200 for about 2 years now and I love it. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth for music and calls. Works very well for Coms with other riders. Boomless mics and loud as hell. Noise and wind cancelling. Very long battery life and easy to use and update. I believe it will pair with other brands as well. I recently did replace the speakers/mic's on the unit because the wires started to get worn out from a lot of use. It was $30 to replace, eBay, they are labeled V2. Version 2, I suppose. Which is a huge upgrade on the quality of sound output over the originals. I believe most come with the V2's now. Definitely a recommended and still supported product. I believe they have newer versions as well. I know this is way off topic so I will shut up now .

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