Separate pairing for GPS and cellphone on SMH10 for motorcycle use...

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  • Marc Woo
    Marc Woo

    We are supposed to release SMH10 v4 late next month. It includes parallel connection support with GPS Navigation. Basically, you can connect phone and GPS (or SR10) simultaneously with this new feature.

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  • George Stewart Mycroft
    George Stewart Mycroft

    AWESOME!!!!!!  You guys ROCK!!!  Thank You!!  :)

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  • Mark Sheppard
    Mark Sheppard

    I agree with this. My iphone4 when directly connected to the SMH10 is great, really clear phone and music, plus functionality via the SMH10 controls. When the iphoen is connected via my Zumo 660 the phone clarity especially is very poor. Taking the Zumo out of the loop will greatly improve things!!  THANKS, nice to now you are continually improving, a lot of businesses seem to to ignore existing customers in favour of new ones, your attitude will pay off with referrals and recommendations, I'm sure.

    Is there a date for this release or do I keep looking and hoping.

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  • Marc Woo
    Marc Woo

    SMH10 V4 is supposed to released at the end of week, March 5. Please stay tuned awhile until its release.

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  • Allan Rosenberg
    Allan Rosenberg

    Any update of the release of v4?

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  • Marc Woo
    Marc Woo

    SMH10 V4 is just released today. You may visit our web site http://www.senabluetooth.com/contact/notice_20120402_1.php and upgrade the latest firmware.

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  • George Stewart Mycroft
    George Stewart Mycroft

    Two thumbs up, Sena!!  :)

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  • Allan Rosenberg
    Allan Rosenberg

    Great!!

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  • Cwinck
    Cwinck

    I tried to set this up over the weekend, and am apparently doing something wrong. I have the following setup:

    • Sena SMH10 (4.0)
    • iPhone 4
    • Zumo 550
    I have the iPhone paired to the Sena, and have been using this for a while (though I did re-pair it after the 4.0 upgrade). So I try and pair the Zumo, as well -- so the iPhone should be holding the initial media and headset profiles (which is correct, as it's streaming audio and acting as a phone) and the 'second' headset profile (if I understand the release notes correctly) associated with the Zumo.

    What happens is that the GPS connects and disconnects itself every 30s or so from the Zumo. Is this expected, or am I seeing some odd bug from the device combination?
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  • Cwinck
    Cwinck

    NVM; I didn't have it correctly set up for multipoint

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  • Mark Sheppard
    Mark Sheppard

    Have you downloaded the new V4 instruction manual, it has changed fro the old manual. I'm not sure what is the difference between Case1 of Case Study22 (page 29 of new manual) and case study2. The Zumo 550 seems to be treated the same as the Zumo 660.   I have the 660. I paired the phone first and the got the paired message from the voice. Followed 6.3.1 to pair the Zumo and it worked just as described and said "multipoint pairing" and "heaset paired" as per the instructions. After that it seems to all work fine.

    Are you getting the voice confirmation on pairing? I made the daft mistake of downloading the new firmware to the manager but not uploading it to the Zumo. Wasted an hour messing about before I realised what I had done.

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  • Alex
    Alex

    Can I clarify the parallel phone and GPS (or SR10) comment please.

    I have a TomTom Rider V2.   The suggests that I could not have separate connections to the SMH10 for my HTC HD2 phone and both the TTR and SR10.    I experienced the same poor call quality isues when the phone was piggy backed on the TTR.  I need the SR10 as I connect a 2-way radio to communicate with riding companions who do not have SENA equipment.   I would like to be able to hear audio directions from my TTR.  

    If this is not technically possible at the moment can it be considered for a future firmware upgrade please

    Thank you

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  • George Stewart Mycroft
    George Stewart Mycroft

    After a few weeks of using this new set-up, I cannot say anything more than - Happy Camper!!!  :)  Sena, You Guys Really Rock!!!  Thank You!!!  




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