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    Not sure if it has been discussed. I am wanting to be able to pair my I-Phone to the system on my 2010 GoldWing. Is there a way to do this? Anybody done this? Thanks

  • #2
    Discussed to death on the old forum.

    The easiest is to install Sena SMH10s on the helmets and a Sena SH10 dual transmitter to be drivers intercom plug, Then pair the Sena's to the SH10 and one SMH10 (yours) to the iPhone.

    The downside is you cannot transmit over the CB UNLESS you get an adaptor from Fox2kill on the old forum, which I do have and it along with another SMH10 that does not come with the adaptor.

    Both the adaptor and the third SMH10 install in the glove box allows all the functions of the GW to be done via Bluetooth including transmitting over the CB. Note while in CB tx mode your headset will only play music in mono. Tap the jog button on your helmet to switch back and forth. Only one headset can transmit over the CB

    I also put a Zumo 660 between my iPhone and SMH10 so I have call display and will let 90 percent of calls goto voice mail.

    Rick
    2010 GL1800ADA (CDN eh!)
    DS 1126
    15 Tiger 800 XCX
    14 WR250R
    95 FLSTC Sold to a nice family.

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    • #3
      I went with the Sena 20s Bluetooth headsets. I had to purchase a SMH10 module, not the whole headset, and a Sierra adapter from Sierra Electronics.
      The Sierra Adapter plugs into your Goldwing system under the left front pocket and the SMH10 module fits into it in the pocket.
      You then pair your headsets to the SMH10 and you will then have your complete Goldwing sound system, including CB, via Bluetooth.
      You can pair your iphone to the SMH10 or directly to the Sena 20s headsets.

      The only drawback with this setup is you will not get true stereo through the Sierra Adapter. I don't mind it myself but if you want stereo you will have to buy a SM10 transmitter and pair it to the SMH10.

      2012 Goldwing CSC Viper Trike
      Retired MSF Instructor

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      • #4
        I pair my smartphone with my Zumo 550 which integrates with the bike audio system through my BikeMP3 CB unit. This setup allows me to make and receive phone calls as well as hear navigation voice prompts, CB radio, Intercom, XM and the bike's AM/FM and WB. It has worked very well since being installed in 2010.

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        • #5
          2010s have no Bluetooth capabilities at all you can use your speaker wire to get in to your sound system an operate your iPhone that way. Or you will need to purchase headsets or helmets with bluetooth built in. This is one of Honda draw backs there way behind the times in electronics even the newer ones.
          2018 DCT non tour, Pearl Stallion Brown, Double Darksider #856, Live To Ride, Love my Wing, IBA Member# 63744 Yellowbird Alias Coppertone

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dbauers View Post
            Not sure if it has been discussed. I am wanting to be able to pair my I-Phone to the system on my 2010 GoldWing. Is there a way to do this? Anybody done this? Thanks
            This is how I did bluetooth, the Garmin Plays right through the Auxilary cord. Check this link, http://www.theglforum.com/forum/foru...n-665lm-review
            Tony C.
            2014 GL1800 Level 3 Black
            Why Black?
            Cause Everyone Knows the Black Ones Are Faster!

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            • #7
              There are several aftermarket Bluetooth solutions for the GL1800. I have a J&M bluetooth module that I use to connect my iPhone.
              I pretty much think it suck for phone operation though. But it works pretty good for just getting audio from the phone to the stereo, and it uses the CD controls to change tracks up or down.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jmohme View Post
                There are several aftermarket Bluetooth solutions for the GL1800. I have a J&M bluetooth module that I use to connect my iPhone.
                I pretty much think it suck for phone operation though. But it works pretty good for just getting audio from the phone to the stereo, and it uses the CD controls to change tracks up or down.
                Funny, I would say the other way around. Overall the unit works good. Connects to phone instantly. Audio and call quality good. Problem I have is unit sometimes freezes and cannot advance songs or playlist. It will just play whatever folder or playlist is already playing. Only fix is the turn bike off and let unit reset. Hard to do when riding though.

                http://wingstuff.com/products/32912-...?from_search=1

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                • #9
                  Of course I have Blue Tooths. . . . I am a Smurf after all . . lol
                  Life is all about decisions. I decided for Jesus Christ.
                  04 All White
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                • #10
                  Originally posted by dbauers View Post
                  Not sure if it has been discussed. I am wanting to be able to pair my I-Phone to the system on my 2010 GoldWing. Is there a way to do this? Anybody done this? Thanks

                  I pair mine through my Zumo 660 via bluetooth. It pairs automatically after the first set-up.

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