LEXIN Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset with Music Sharing, 2pcs B4FM 10 Riders Helmet Bluetooth Intercom with Noise Cancellation/FM Radio, Universal Communication Systems for ATV/Motorbike/Snowmobile
About this deal
Just peel off the protective backing sheet of the 3M tape bracket and adhere the bracket onto the helmet.
If you don't want to use clamp plate mounting bracket or you have some problems with using it, you can use the 3M tape bracket to adhere it onto the helmet.
Overall, we're going to stay with the Lexin intercoms, we were quite surprised how well they worked and the range was good as well. The intercom tells you battery percentage when you power up, so at the end of the day I turned it off and then back on and it reported "low battery" which makes me think we were getting to the end of the batteries life, about 10 hours in intercom mode.
Now, if you are one of those brave souls that hit the roads with a half-head, à la bucket-head style helmet, you'll be out of luck with this headset, unless you rig-jig something up with the aid of a few zip-ties. I don't think owners that are afraid to get their fancy bikes dirty and expensive gear wet are LEXIN'S intended target market either. You should have no problems with hers mounted backwards - that 3mm plug is such a tight fit there are blog posts about folks with no audio at all simply needing to push it in HARDER. From our advanced P5 Portable Tire Pump to our motorcycle wireless chargers, you can get everything you need for the open road right here.The system would need to allow all 4 of us to talk at will, and require no pressing of buttons or anything while underway, no distractions.
Next, you pair one end unit to a bridge unit on one motorcycle, and repeat for the second motorcycle. Especially if you ride hard in places where most tech, GPS, and cell phone connections go out the window. Features include an intercom system, mesh Bluetooth technology, an interface app, and a camera with 4K video capability. When you are using the LX-B4FM for 4 way conference intercom talk, please don't connect the two bridge units to the mobile phone or it will occupy one bluetooth channel and interrupt the intercom connection. Decision time: With a lot of information read and a lot of Youtube videos watched, I decided to give the Lexin B4FM a try.
It kills the audio of any non-LEXIN device that establishes the first direct bridge connection with you. Not a big deal for me as I have a phone mount and can see the directions easily, plus Google maps talks to much lol.
So if you’re looking to make new friends to chat with while on the road, you should vie for the more popular and compatible headsets like Cardo or Sena. After fiddling around with the instructions, I finally was able to get all 4 working, seemed like a small miracle though and I was not entirely sure I could do it again. I spent a week on the road riding through flash floods, tropical storms, extreme heat, baking sun, hungry swamp mosquito swarms, cell-tower dead zones, and raging gale winds. I'd say about 500 feet is the range where you start hearing a little scratching to the voice with it getting worse as you get farther away until you lose connection. Coming home Planet Rock and once off the A1 I could hear the music but by no means clear (again when slowing down as soon as below 50 things became clear).
Say if you're navigating unexplored terrain and adventuring through off-road explorations, or maybe you just need to concentrate on the racetrack with your team, the last thing you need are a bunch of fancy features to distract you. In the city we've seen it fade out fast just going around the block with houses in the way, but on the open road ~1 km or so apart is usually no issue. The motorcycle headset game has come a long way from decoding cryptic hand signals and inaudible yelling conversations with fellow riders over super loud tailpipes.