I've seen where Sena Bluetooth headsets are well liked.
I bought and use the Avantree Bluetooth helmet set on my open face with (dual/tinted) flip down shield helmet.
I got it off of ebay for $50 and it works really good.
the music can go louder than I care to hear, and I like pretty loud music (not a lot of bass though, but ok), and the mike (with wind sock) does a fine job for phone calls even while riding....my wife couldn't believe I was talking to her while riding my bike, she said it sounded really good on her end.
later, I want to get a Sena headset...but this works very well for now.
I use the Sena. This is one well made product! I have been using mine for over a year now. My iPhone is bar mounted. As soon as I turn on the Sena, I am connected. The stereo speakers and mike are mounted inside my helmet, and the sound for music and phone calls is outstanding. People are very surprised when I tell them I am riding. Another benefit it spoken directions when navigating with the phone. The charge on the unit lasts for weeks. Solid. Get one.
I have a Sena SMH5. Has BT 3.0. Works with my Sony M2. Only thing is, I can hear a faint noise in the background. Not the normal Static. Hard to describe. Like the noise some electronic equipment makes when running.
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