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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    Do you have a Sat Nav (which type?) paired with your phone/headset system? If so, when you receive a call, does it show on both the Sat Nav and My Ride?

    I have been unsuccessful in playing music via My Ride and have abandoned using My Ride with my Cardo Sho-1 / TomTom Rider 400 set up.
    I have a Garmin 590 but I haven't paired it as don't like having directions in my ear.
    Did your Cardo pair ok but no music was forthcoming ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Stimulator View Post
    Grant, does the remote fit well on the left grip near the whirly wheel or is an awkward fit? Any chance you could take of photo and post it here sometime.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    I have a Garmin 590 but I haven't paired it as don't like having directions in my ear.
    Why don't you just turn the volume for GPS instructions off? That's what I have done and still can use my 590 as an MP3 player as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grantmac View Post
    Why don't you just turn the volume for GPS instructions off? That's what I have done and still can use my 590 as an MP3 player as well.
    Why the need ?

    I have my phone paired to the bike and it shows tracks playing on the screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by grantmac View Post
    this is how I have it fitted
    Thanks Grant, looks to fit quite well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    I have a Garmin 590 but I haven't paired it as don't like having directions in my ear.
    Did your Cardo pair ok but no music was forthcoming ?
    Yes - both my phone (Nexus 5) & the Sho-1 were paired but could not get audio output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    Yes - both my phone (Nexus 5) & the Sho-1 were paired but could not get audio output.
    Had same with my Packtalk.Luckily it developed a fault 4 days before warranty expired so sent it back and got a full refund.
    Bought the C4 and it works perfectly with the bike.

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    Morning Guys, can I ask if anyone has slight hearing issues and finds the SC1 has enough volumn, I currently have SENA 20S and use ear bud speakers as I find the standard ones are US above 40/50 mph, cannot understand why SENA did not include that option when the built the system into the helmet.

    Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJB View Post
    Morning Guys, can I ask if anyone has slight hearing issues and finds the SC1 has enough volumn, I currently have SENA 20S and use ear bud speakers as I find the standard ones are US above 40/50 mph, cannot understand why SENA did not include that option when the built the system into the helmet.
    Many thanks
    Hard to comment accurately not knowing the extent of your hearing issues which I don't have, I will say that I ride with the C4/SC1 Advanced whilst wearing Auritech Ear Plugs and can hear everything fine without it being anywhere near up to full volume. You are a bit far from me but ever over this way you're welcome to try mine. Jonno
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    I have no problems at all. I have the volume on probably half way. I think you'll be fine.


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    Thanks guys Pete at Just helmets has arranged a road test for me, as other forum members have stated the Guys a legend !

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    I’m liking my C4 BUT the “pinlock” is utter shite.
    Have just been away and done 1000 miles in last few days and the bloody pinlock insert doesn’t seal at all.At one point I had a bug crawling between the insert and the visor !
    Will ring Pete at Just Helmets on Monday but has anyone else had issues with theirs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    I’m liking my C4 BUT the “pinlock” is utter shite.
    Have just been away and done 1000 miles in last few days and the bloody pinlock insert doesn’t seal at all.At one point I had a bug crawling between the insert and the visor !
    Will ring Pete at Just Helmets on Monday but has anyone else had issues with theirs ?
    Yep. Mines rubbish too. Have tried to use the adjuster screws at each end of the pinlock, but they feel like they will break. I even ordered a new one as I thought the one that came with it might be just a placeholder or something.

    When I first started riding I had an HJC helmet which I'm sure I stuck in a pinlock or equivalent. I'm wondering if that's the way to go.

    Glad it's not just mine!


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    Have you pushed the pins out, rotate and push back in, refit pin-lock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DING-DONG View Post
    Have you pushed the pins out, rotate and push back in, refit pin-lock.
    I don't know what you mean by push them out? I don't mean to split hairs, but they looks like I might be able to pull them out if that's what you mean?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DING-DONG View Post
    Have you pushed the pins out, rotate and push back in, refit pin-lock.
    No.Why would that make any difference and not quite sure what you mean ?

    Ta

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