BlueAnt Stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit Does BT

 BlueAnt Stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit Does Bluetooth
People who ride around on four wheels have the opportunity to use a series of different Bluetooth car kits. They can use a headset, speakerphone, or even something integrated into the car stereo. BlueAnt is paying a little attention to the two-wheeled counterparts with the launch of the Stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit.

It may be winter and you may not have much of an opportunity to go for a cruise in this snowy weather, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t prepare yourself for the spring and summer months ahead.

With the Stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit from BlueAnt, riders can communicate wirelessly with their phones, but this helmet-based solution will also connect to GPS devices for voiced turn-by-turn directions and audio devices for A2DP-sourced music.

Seeing how quality motorcycle helmets aren’t exactly cheap, it’s not surprising that BlueAnt is asking for $225 for each “wireless entertainment system.” You can choose between full-faced and open-faced helmets, but try to keep the music at a reasonable volume. Wouldn’t want you to miss the warnings of your road companions.

Source: Crunchgear


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5 Comments

  1. Radio Ron says:

    The F4 is like a leach on my helmet-don’t even know it’s there. Bought mine at RadioRider com and came usps priority fast. I rock while riding and make/take calls to get my buddies out of the house. It’s awesome!!

  2. alabama says:

    I bought the interphone new f4 and I would not recommend it. It is clunky to use and the voice quality at high speeds is ordinary

  3. jeena says:

    I bought it at the end of january. but I was dissapointed after using it. it was not like the one I was thinking to be. I thought they would have improved the quality. They haven’t – the quality of the conversation above 60 is not good. I will soon return it.

  4. johny says:

    I looked also at BlueAnt last night and saw that they appeared the same as Cardo. I wouldn’t mind if the life was projected at 10 years, but when Cardo said as short as two years depending on use, that was just too little for me. Having had many cell phone batteries go TU in the 2-3 year time frame, I’m not buying an intercom for that kind of money with a battery type with a 2-3 year lifespan and then have to throw out the entire unit. That is just insane in my opinion, but apparently enough people are buying them to keep the makers in business.

  5. M. B. Neal says:

    This is an excellent unit. I am a Tom Tom fan but this unit is terrific. Would buy it again in a heart beat.

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