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  • Hi Vikram The headset is a Sena SRL for the Shoei Neotec II helmet (integrated headset specifically made to integrate into that helmet) The phone is an iPhone X. Regards, JP :-)
  • Hi Vikram, I deleted all pairings on all 3 devices and then paired them again in the order shown in the video. Unfortunately, it has made no difference. When the phone is switched off or in airplane mode, the TomTom voice comes through the headset loud and clear. When the phone is then connected, the voice becomes hoarse…
  • I just bought a new TomTom Rider 550 and a Sena Headset. I'm devastated to find that it also suffers from the hoarse voice problem considering it's a brand new product (May 2018) and yet, looking at this and other threads on this forum, this issue has existed for years! Just to be clear, if I turn my phone (iPhone 10) off…
  • I just bought a new TomTom Rider 550 and a Sena Headset. I'm devastated to find that it also suffers from the hoarse voice problem considering it's a brand new product (May 2018) and yet this issue has existed for years! Just to be clear, if I turn my phone (iPhone 10) off or put it in Airplane Mode) the problem goes away,…
  • Does anybody from TomTom even read these threads? I find it incredible that a company such as this can't deploy a person to monitor these threads and follow them up, in the interest of continual product improvement. Not even a polite message to say "we're looking into it". Another un-related issue I have with using the…
  • Not to my knowledge... In the end, I just gave up. Made a few movies using the camera, but superimposed some music over them, so the audio isn't that relevant. Sadly I've found that TomTom are just like all the other mega companies. They want your money, but won't tackle issues like theses, in fact it seems they don't even…
  • Oh, of course, I forgot that the connector on the back of the camera is not actually a USB interface. It's just two contacts for power and two for a mic. To transfer videos to the computer, you have to pull out the batt-stick... So in theory there should be no problem creating a dual "mic + power" cable. I might make that…
  • Thanks, that device is incredibly cheap! I fitted a similar (though much more expensive) device in my car a couple of years ago to allow me to use my iPhone for hands-free phone calls and music through the car stereo. I've subscribed to your Bikervation channel on Youtube. One thing I'm still interested in doing with the…
  • Thanks for your prompt response. Is this the mic you meant? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Speedlink-SL-8691-SBK-01-Spes-Clip-Microphone/dp/B004YEWC22 Which Bluetooth transmitter have your ordered? I also have an Interphone F5 intercom, so that solution would be even better for me!
  • There is a simple way to get a USB 5V supply on your bike. I have the Givi power connector and USB hub in my tank bag. It keeps all my tech gear on charge while riding. See http://www.motorcycleplanet.co.uk/products/c1023-GIVI-Power-Connectors/
  • Yes, I also use a Bluetooth intercom (Interphone F5) which can be linked to other devices. It would be fantastic if TomTom could consider this option. It would be even better if TomTom regularly read these posts and at least acknowledged these product enhancement suggestions from their customers and at least provided some…
  • Hi everyone, sorry to butt-in so late in this topic - I only bought my Bandit yesterday! I would also like to use an external mic but also like to keep the camera powered while on the bike (I have a USB hub inside my Givi tank bag, powered from the bike battery, to keep all my tech stuff on charge). As we know, TomTom…
  • Hi Anders, when you say "Bluetooth Receiver", do you have any particular product in mind? Can you give some example makes/models or even links for products that you think might work? Obviously at my own risk! ;-)