GSI BlueTooth Outdoor Waterproof Audio System For Music And Calls

Planning to buy GSI Super Quality BlueTooth Outdoor Waterproof Audio System for Motorcycles/Motorbikes/Skiing/Biking – Rider to Rider Super-Range Intercom – Helmet to Helmet 2-Way Radio Headset – Auto Connects to Bluetooth Mobile Phones for Handsfree Music and Calls so make sure to read the reviews. There are reviews for this priced cheap GSI Super Quality BlueTooth Outdoor Waterproof Audio System for Motorcycles/Motorbikes/Skiing/Biking – Rider to Rider Super-Range Intercom – Helmet to Helmet 2-Way Radio Headset – Auto Connects to Bluetooth Mobile Phones for Handsfree Music and Calls.

GSI Super Quality BlueTooth Outdoor Waterproof Audio System for Motorcycles/Motorbikes/Skiing/Biking – Rider to Rider Super-Range Intercom – Helmet to Helmet 2-Way Radio Headset – Auto Connects to Bluetooth Mobile Phones for Handsfree Music and Calls

  • Intercom Provides Clear Communication Rider to Rider, at a Maximum Range of 500M (1640 Ft.) at Speeds of up to 90 MPH
  • Bluetooth Function for Wireless Hands-Free Talking and Listening
  • Auto Receive Phone Calls from All Bluetooth Enabled Mobile Phones
  • Fully Waterproof and Weather Resistant for All Outdoor Conditions
  • Fits all Motorcycle and Skiing Helmets

Benefits

In many states, there are fines for people who are caught talking on a cell phone. Talk in your car without fear of the police pulling you over and giving you a ticket.

Questions to Consider

  • What color would you prefer?
  • Are the sounds from the earpiece audible?

This Season take your Music into the streets. Enjoy Crystal clear Communication between Riders at Great Distances and Speeds, and connect at the same time to your Favorite Audio Device or Pick up Calls from your Mobile Phone, with this new innovation from the world class designers at GSI.

Read the reviews below to get a better idea.

3 Responses to “GSI BlueTooth Outdoor Waterproof Audio System For Music And Calls

  • Review by Eugene

    By buying this set I was intended to use it for three essential communication scenarios:
    * Rider to passenger full duplex communication.
    * Receiving and placing phone calls.
    * Streaming music to rider and passenger from the same MP3 device.
    The device is claiming to be capable of doing much more, like communication with third rider, GPS connection, excellent battery live, etc. Maximum working range claim to be impressive.
    The devices I have tried to use with this set: Nokia E71, Blackberry Curve, IPod with SONY Bluetooth Transmitter, I also tried my Lenovo Laptop. There result is the same for all devices I tested:
    * Paring is excellent.
    * Phone calls not perfect but expectably OK on both ends.
    * Streaming music from MP3 device or phone is horrible. I really mean it. The sound is so bad, you cannot use this set for music playing. And this is not a speaker’s problem it is the actual device problem with Bluetooth A2DP protocol stack.
    * Streaming music to rider and a passenger at the same time from one player is not possible. Unless you have a phone or MP3 player capable of paring and use A2DP profile with two devices at the same time. Let me know if you can find something like this.
    I did not test all of the other functions of this set may have, but I doubt you get a very good result.
    I also wish it could be smaller. It is on the big side, plus you have huge antenna sticking out of it.
    If you have a plan to buy this set, think twice. Sure the price looks attractive but you probably will end up spending more money at the end by buying this garbage then threw it away. You will be lucky if you can get refund for this. Some previous reviewer mentioned “poor” sound quality. I wish he would be more clear on this. If you attempt to play MP3’s you probably will not recognize the song you are playing this is how bad the sound is.

  • Review by kellogggs_cornflakes

    I’ll start off by saying that I bought this item about a year ago and have used it about 5 or 6 times… And, I LOVE IT!!! It makes riding with my friend so much more enjoyable (perhaps not so much for my third biking friend, who cant join in on the conversation) I wont say they’re the greatest product in the world, as some aspects of it feel a bit cheap (such as the headphone wires, which I feel I have to be particularly careful with as they feel like they could break, also, one of the clips that hold the receiver on the helmet has broken, but the box comes with a velcro alternative) but considering what else is out there, and price of those alternatives, I think these are great.

    I should point out at this stage that I use these with a Vespa (my friend rides a Honda SH150, another scooter) so perhaps my conditions aren’t the same as those who use them on motorcycles.

    On the open road, i’d say we can be about 300m apart without losing sound quality (this is my guesstimate). When there are a few more twist involved, a bit less than that. Mind you, we would probably not be riding that far apart anyway, so this distance suits us perfectly. The volume when in intercom mode is very high, and must be adjusted in order not to go deaf. My friend uses a full-face helmet and I use a half-face most of the time without a visor. I’m told that I can be heard pretty clearly until about the 70 – 80km/h and although I can still be heard at the 80 mark, it sound better with the visor pulled down. (my friends words) I on the other hand herd him well the whole time. The max speed i’ve used these is 100km/h (the legal limit in Australia) and they worked great.

    I have also paired these with a Blackberry Bold 9000 and 9700 and was able to make very clear phone calls. The volume on these can go very (very) high, so it’s important to adjust. The person on the other end hears very clear, and in fact, in one instance the receiver didn’t even know I was riding at the time.

    As another reviewer pointed out, as music headphones, these fail miserably. connected to my iPod, although the volume is very loud, they are very VERY tinny! It’s quite uncomfortable on the ears. However, I did not buy these for that feature as I have other speakers in helmet for this purpose (yes, I have 2 speakers stuffed into my helmet)

    Pros: Cheap; Great sound quality in intercom/bluetooth mobile phone modes; decent distances in intercom mode; great audio quality at high speeds; great audio quality with open-face helmets; can be used whilst being charged (very handy if you happen to have a cigarette lighter charger, as I do)

    Cons: Very bad audio quality as music headphones; some aspects of it feel a bit cheap, such as wires and some of the plastics; sometimes the sound is very quiet, but turning it off and then back on often fixes this; powering off can sometimes be a bit tricky ie. sometimes it goes into pairing mode instead of turning off when you hold the power button too long.

    P.S. This is the first time i’ve ever written a review, so I hope it has helped someone 🙂

  • Review by Anthony "BMW R1200GS Rider"

    these headset look good on paper and perform (if you can call it that) horribly. the 5star reviews are obviously made by the company, look at all the other products they reviewed, all made by the same company and all 5 stars. units are not user friendly or intuitive. i did get them set up and audio is unusable at a stand still in the garage, people can’t understand me on phone calls. look at the sena smh10 SMH10-01 SMH10 Bluetooth Headset/Intercom for Motorcyles for a quality bluetooth motorcycle headset.

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