Hot Product: scala rider G4 PowerSet
NEWS February 1, 2012
Photo Provided by Cardo Systems
The following is a product placement article written by Cardo Systems, a proud partner of AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track.
The scala rider G4 PowerSet redefines the notion of high-end Motorcycle Intercom communication for bikers. For riding with other bikers or between couples riding together, the scala rider G4 PowerSet offers two factory paired scala rider G4 headsets in one package for immediate Motorcycle Intercom use.
Encased in a rugged yet streamlined body, the scala rider G4 PowerSet offers Bike-to-Bike Intercom at a remarkable range of up to 1 MILE/1.6 KILOMETERS!*
The scala rider G4 PowerSet also features a unique 4-way Intercom between two bikers and two passengers or 3-way Intercom among three separate bikers. And since several hundred thousand bikers are already using the scala rider G4 Powerset, a new and exciting feature was added to allow for spontaneous intercom connections with any G4 biker within intercom range: Click-to-Link™. No need for advance pairing or any preparation. Just “Click-to-Link” and create your own roadside social network.
As the world’s most advanced communication and entertainment system for bikers, the scala rider G4 Powerset offers Multi-Device Connectivity, including mobile phone, A2DP (Bluetooth® stereo), built-in FM radio with RDS wire connectivity to iPod™/ MP3 players, and more.
The scala rider G4 PowerSet offers multilingual status announcements allowing bikers to maintain smooth and safe Bluetooth handsfree Motorcycle Intercom communication while on the move. The device transmits useful information regarding connectivity status to other bikers, to your mobile phone and more. The PowerSet system can be installed on virtually all helmets within several minutes before you’re set for a ride. The scala rider G4 PowerSet is truly the most biker friendly Motorcycle Intercom communication system on the market!
The scala rider G4 PowerSet is also available with corded microphones to fit the tightest full-faced helmets.
Multiple Device Connectivity (“MDC”)
Thanks to MDC technology, the scala rider G4 offers parallel connectivity as follows:
- Intercom conference mode with up to two other scala rider G4 users and with one of the following Bluetooth devices:
- Mobile Phone including iPhone™ or other smartphones (either directly or via a GPS device) / GPS device
- A2DP enabled MP3 Player or Adapter
plus: Built-in FM radio and cable connectivity to external MP3 player
Priority Management: No need to manually disconnect from intercom or music to receive incoming phone calls or GPS instructions!
scala rider G4 is waterproof, dustproof and certified to meet IP67 standards
- Talk time: up to 13 hours
- Standby time: 7 days
- Charging time: 3 hours
- Certificates: FCC, IC,CE, Bluetooth®
- Bluetooth® version 2.1 class 1
- Chip manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)
- Battery type: Rechargeable Li-Polymer
- Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for advanced audio
- Compatible with entire scala rider product line**
Intercom (up to 1.6 km in Full Duplex)*
- 4-Way (2 drivers and 2 passengers)
- 3-Way (3 separate bikers)
- 2-Way (rider-to-rider or rider-to-passenger)
- Click-to-Link: for spontaneous intercom connections with any G4 user
- Mobile Phone Conference Mode (rider, passenger, outside caller)
GPS (requires headset profile)
- Compatible with most major Bluetooth GPS devices
- GPS voice instructions override music, FM Radio and Intercom calls
Supported Mobile Phone Profiles and Functions
- Handsfree profile
- A2DP/AVRCP profile for wireless streaming stereo from your MP3 player, iPhone™ or other smartphone
- Voice Dial
- Call Reject
- Conference mode between outside caller, Driver and Passenger
Built-in FM Radio
- 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz FM receiver
- RDS functionality for automatic selection of the strongest Radio signal while on the go
- 6-station memory with Search and Store functions
- Automatic radio muting for incoming calls
- Radio on time: 8-10 hours
For a complete listing of product specifications, click here.
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