The most feature-rich communication system of its kind, Cardo Systems’ scala rider G4 PowerSet provides full duplex wireless intercom communication up to ONE mile* among two bikers, three bikers or four-way communication among two bikers and two passengers on two bikes-an industry standard.
The highly acclaimed communication system contains two factory paired scala rider G4 Bluetooth headsets for immediate motorcycle intercom use. In addition to intercom communication, each scala rider® G4 can connect with virtually any portable Bluetooth device including mobile phones, MP3 players and compatible GPS units (for in-helmet voice instructions). It can also connect with non-Bluetooth MP3 players and GPS units via its embedded jack, and the entire line of scala rider headsets. Both can transmit STEREO music from any MP3 player with A2DP capability.
Established in 1949 as a world championship by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), MotoGP is the premier motorcycle racing world championship, an 18-race series visiting 14 countries across four continents. Its participants represent the world’s most-skilled racers. Last weekend’s Indianapolis leg of this prestigious global event showcased the natural synergy between FIM and Cardo Systems, both marquee names in the motorcycle industry. Cardo Systems was happy to provide them with the industry’s pre-eminent Bluetooth® communication device in recognition of their world-class status in competing in last weekend’s Indianapolis event.
Compatible with virtually all motorcycle helmets, the scala rider G4 PowerSet is available with noise-canceling microphones for the highest communication quality. The device’s rechargeable li-polymer batteries allow for up to 10 hours of talk-time and 7-days standby time.
The scala rider G4 PowerSet is available through select distributors, retail outlets, specialty motorcycle shops and directly from the Cardo Systems web site at http://www.cardosystems.com/ with a suggested retail price of $489.95.
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