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|10-21-2015, 05:20 PM||#1|
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Sena Unveils Intelligent Noise Control Helmet
Of the unveils and product launches at AIMExpo last week, SENA Bluetooth's was without a doubt one of the most impressive. They have brought to the table a noise cancelling helmet. The concept here brings some obvious questions up, like what about the vast array of noises that you need to hear while on the road? Do I have to take the helmet off to talk to a buddy at a stop? They've thought of these.
The helmet has two large ear-encompassing padded speakers inside the helmet, each of which is equipped with three microphones to 'listen' to the noise that is happening around you and tune out those frequencies. you don't have to be listening to music to enjoy the benefits of this helmet either, I was standing directly in front of the presenter while wearing this helmet and couldn't hear a word until I hit the 'Ambient Noise' button conveniently located on the visor hinge. Once I hit the 'hear stuff' button, I was listening to the presenter through the mics in the speakers, which was interesting because you end up picking up your own voice from the microphone in the front of the helmet as well.
The button placement on the helmet is minimal and the functionality seemed very well thought out. Like I mentioned earlier, the buttons on the visor hinge is a great way to sneak a couple extra function controls onto the helmet without cluttering up the minimal control system on the side. The helmet is also constructed out of a durable carbon fiber shell, bringing the weight down to only 2.6 pounds.
This helmet is being released in 2016 and we are excited to get to try one out on the road! Until then, follow Sena for updates on the latest in motorcycle bluetooth technology.
Video of Sena Smart Helmet - The World's First Intelligent Noise-Control™ Helmet
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