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UCLEAR PRO AMP: User experience?

Discussion in 'Cal 1400 8V' started by SEG, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. SEG

    SEG Tuned and Synch'ed

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    What has been the experience of forum members who are using UCLEAR AMP PRO communications system? Finally, I am moving away from hardwire comms; I'm tired of being tethered with the cords. My primary use is rider to passenger comms, and integration of GPS voice commands, iPhone music and an occasional call. I want a comm system that is simple to use, connects reliably and audio volume/clarity is adequate at highway speeds. Initially I was planning to wait for the SENA 30K, but I have read favorable reviews about the AMP PRO. I'd appreciate hearing from those who use UCLEAR, and perhaps considered SENA, but chose UCLEAR. Thank you.

    Scott
     
  2. caswain

    caswain Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I have had the HBC200 HD Force with upgraded Pulse Pro drop-in speakers (bit beefier bass) for two seasons now
    and can say it's the most reliable headset I have owned and heared.
    I have owned different ones from Autocom, Nolan and Carbo and the Uclear
    wins by a mile.

    I ride with an open face lid (Shark Evo) and can hear my biker buddy no matter what road or speed
    we purchased the dual set and split the price, its that clear I can hear the voice instructions from
    my buddies garmin satnav so I dont need to set my satnav up, phone calls are crystal clear
    and the bonus of not having a silly boom mic stuck in front of your face is brilliant.

    charged up it will last for more than a days riding easy and pairing up is a doddle with
    other bluetooth items.

    I have not tried the Sena so can't compare it, but it would have a fight on it's hands
    for me to switch over to one.

    A well built unit, just get one you wont reget it.
     
  3. SEG

    SEG Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Thanks Caswain:

    Do you know anyone who has a UCLEAR system and used the intercom with a passenger? How did the intercom perform? Thanks again.



    QUOTE="caswain, post: 134163, member: 13851"]I have had the HBC200 HD Force with upgraded Pulse Pro drop-in speakers (bit beefier bass) for two seasons now
    and can say it's the most reliable headset I have owned and heared.
    I have owned different ones from Autocom, Nolan and Carbo and the Uclear
    wins by a mile.

    I ride with an open face lid (Shark Evo) and can hear my biker buddy no matter what road or speed
    we purchased the dual set and split the price, its that clear I can hear the voice instructions from
    my buddies garmin satnav so I dont need to set my satnav up, phone calls are crystal clear
    and the bonus of not having a silly boom mic stuck in front of your face is brilliant.

    charged up it will last for more than a days riding easy and pairing up is a doddle with
    other bluetooth items.

    I have not tried the Sena so can't compare it, but it would have a fight on it's hands
    for me to switch over to one.

    A well built unit, just get one you wont reget it.
    [/QUOTE]
     
  4. caswain

    caswain Tuned and Synch'ed

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    The HBC200 HD Force is a Uclear system, sorry I don't know anyone using it as a passenger
    But before I set of with my biker mate on the bikes if we are stood next to each other and speaking through the system
    there is a slight delay as you hear your self in the really world as well as through the Uclear if you get my drift (echo echo)
    when we are both on our bikes with the engines running that disapears so its ok also if you both have full face helmets you wont
    get that.
     

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