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Phone: (614) 856-1900, EXT. 1280
E-mail: jholter@ama-cycle.org

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New Product: Schuberth communication system for S2 full-face helmet

November 21, 2012

The following is an industry press release...

S2 SRCS Unit

SRCS Unit for the S2 Helmet

S2 customers have been eagerly awaiting the SRC-System™, Schuberth's in-helmet Bluetooth® communication system which is based on the Cardo Scala platform.

 

The S2 full face is the only motorcycle helmet in the world with built-in FM and Bluetooth® antennas which plug directly into the SRC-System and enhance the communication distance between paired helmets as well as the FM radio reception.

 

The SRC-System™ allows up to three riders to communicate wirelessly with each other simultaneously and supports Bluetooth®-enabled peripheral devices such as cell phones, GPS units and MP3 players. The most important functions can also be operated by voice commands.

 

The system is integrated into a replacement neck collar that is a 'snap' to install and fits into the helmet perfectly.

 

The S2 SRC-System™ and S2 helmet are available now from authorized Schuberth dealers.

 

 Click here for high-res images. 

SRC-System(TM) for S2

USD $429

S2 Full Face Helmet

Solid Colors: $699
Hi-Viz: $729
Graphics: $749

 

More information on the SRC-System(TM):  

http://www.schuberthnorthamerica.com/categories/motorcycle/src-systemtm-s2/

 

More information on the S2 Helmet: 

http://www.schuberthnorthamerica.com/categories/motorcycle/s2/ 


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