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About one of those I wanted to hear your point of view: How can I get them back?

As such, I would recommend that buyers seek an option from another vendor. Everything I have tried to pair up to it has worked with no problems. About one month outside the warranty period I started having problems with one speaker cutting out intermittently.

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Installation is easy once you learn how to disassemble your helmet. I fully charged one battery and left the other as it was, partially discharged after using it in our evaluations.

They were a great help for me when choosing a new Bluetooth communication system. I could hear them just as clearly as the music so tick that down as another selection criteria achieved. The Interphone F4 pairs with what is now pretty much the standard procedure: A major factor in this situation is that the navigation audio or music output will start, regardless of whether the Bluetooth link is active at that instance, so when the wireless streaming is enabled, the latency and switching delays cause the clipping or loss of audio; the link is lagging behind the real-time audio output.

One thing that I do notice it longer term performance. So we included a brief clip in the video that we used during an experiment that shows me walking away from the video camera while talking on the F4.


We just received a set of Interphone F5 intercoms for review, so stay t4. Got it, continue to print. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!


We have two individual units, and of course two units are required for rider-to-passenger or bike-to-bike communications. Interphone F4 Bluetooth Motorcycle Intercom Review Easy to use, outstanding sound quality and volume, pairs with multiple Bluetooth devices, IP waterproof and dustproof, reasonably priced. I think you guys provide a valuable resource and I would have, based on your review, been happy with the product if I could have actually used it. The Interphone F4 is sold as either an individual unit or a twin pack.

When used in conjunction with the pillion unit and with the rider unit also paired to a Zumothe first part of the messages from the Zumo are lost. The range and the sound quality are excellent; better than any other intercom communications system that Burn, Bill and I have used so far.

Page 14 Please refer to the section Use – Telephone section. The kit components seemed to be quality, even a spare mic wind sock was supplied.

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On the more positive side, the newer zumo majual and related family members when paired with newer Bluetooth headset, especially those running Bluetooth 3. To print the manual completely, please, download it.

Posted on Oct 01, Be the first to answer. Page 2 MP3 files in hi-fi, and just a few months after its launch has already become a reference point in the biking world. I then attached the second mount so loosely for fear of breaking it too, that it moved around the rim of the helmet.


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I must say I like the F4 is much better than the G4. I also should warn that listening to music may actually effect the way you ride, I know it definitely does for me! This suggests that there is a materials problem with the units. So far, so good. What app would be best to download or is it already possible?

Can you figure it out? It does take about 35 seconds to initially pair the two F4 units however, so be patient! By the way, at about 15 feet away, the Scala system lost its Bluetooth connection, while the Interphone F4 still worked at a much greater distance without any loss in volume or sound quality, as can be seen in the video below. Notify me of new posts by email. Update on battery life: The speakers are approximately 8 mm thick, which is slightly thicker than other motorcycle intercom systems, but which probably accounts for the excellent sound qualities.

It is great for the makers to get an excellent review of a well developed product.

Perhaps a longer term performance review would be good. But a 2, ride from New York to Georgia came up and I used it with another rider the whole time. Whether paired with another unit or not, the F4 is turned on by pressing and holding the main button for about three seconds.