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Thread: Help required re Schubert SRC intercom system

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    Help required re Schubert SRC intercom system

    Urgent help/advice require prior to my tour of Scotland starting on Friday.

    I have x2 Shuberth CP3-Pro helmets both fitted with the latest radio collars (SRC system) I am trying to set it up so that me and my pillion can both listen to the Sat Nav instructions simultaneously, however the system only seems to be able to work with one helmet at once, ie either I can hear the instructions or my pillion can, but not both of us at the same time.

    Is what I'm trying to do possible?

    Cheers! :beerjug

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    I'm fairly sure you can't do this - isn't bluetooth 1:1 only? (ie one device to one device?)

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    Only one helmet can hear the sat nav.

    You cannot have both helmets blue toothed to the sat nav at the same time.

    John

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    I a agree only one. Why does your pillion need to hear the sat nag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyNeil View Post
    I a agree only one. Why does your pillion need to hear the sat nag!
    Probably so the pillion can punch him in the kidneys when he is about to make a wrong turn

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