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Sena vs Cardo

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by BadAndy, Jul 26, 2019.

  1. BadAndy

    BadAndy Tuned and Synch'ed GT Famiglia

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    So far in my motorcycle adventures, I have ridden by myself. I enjoy being one with the road. (My Guzzi is my first bike, and I have only had it since April or so).

    However, I have a few rides coming up where I will be traveling with others. Also the integration of Bluetooth seams to be like a good thing for music/and-or navigation (assuming I can also completely turn it off).

    The two big brands appear to be Sena and Cardo. What is the preference? If a friend has a Sena, will it "sync" with a Cardo or vice-versa?

    If it matters, I have a full face Shoei RF-SR helmet. I think it is "bluetooth ready" whatever that means.

    Just looking for opinions/options. Both seam to be priced similar, and there are a wide range of models available for each brand.
     

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