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Thread: Garmin Virb and Sena headset bluetooth audio?

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    Question Garmin Virb and Sena headset bluetooth audio?

    I have a Garmin Virb Ultra 30 and was wondering if anyone has had any luck pairing their Sena helmet comms with it over bluetooth.

    Specifically I have a Nav VI, a Sena 20 S equivalent (Schuberth version). Headset is currently paired to the nav VI and I'd like to also pair it to the garmin so that if I wanted it could record my voice over whatever is being recorded on the virb.


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    Hi Steve,
    Yes I have. I used second mobile phone paring via the menu.
    press and hole - for 10 seconds then I think its the second or third option.
    As it searches - Select bluetooth on the camera and pairing then search
    The sound is ok for voice recording but engine sound is very quite.
    I did try pairing as the only phone but the engine noise sound was still very tinny

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