Goldwing Enhancement System with Headsets
StarCom1 Goldwing Enhance is a great addition to the factory intercom system. It allows users to connect many devices to the Goldwing system including:
Detailed Product Description:
| The StarCom1 Goldwing enhancement system expands the standard Goldwing intercom system to - Allow for: |
► Mobile Phone ► Sat Nav or Radar systems ► Bike to Bike radios e.g. PMR, FRS ...
performance stereo headsets. click here to see the Goldwing Headsets StarCom can be used as a sole rider, a rider and passenger, a bike-to-bike system or all three. The core system is a StarCom Module and a Rider/Driver headset; from this basis you simply add what s required either immediately or at a later date. For rider to passenger communication, simply add a second helmet kit, plug it in and talk on the full duplex intercom system. For bike-to-bike communication, simply add one of the ranges of two-way radios. Music can be connected to the unit s audio input from a Walkman, MP3, sat navigation or radar device. To add a mobile phone to the system, just add a phone adapter kit, adapters to suit most phones are available. (The phone must have an auto answer mode.)
|1. Connect into the Goldwing Rider headset connector.||2. Connect to the Starcom1 goldwing headset.|
3. Then Connect accessories you would like to add to the StarCom1 box
Two-way radio Interface - Bike to bike using a mobile radio -
Adding a mobile radio will allow communication to another radio
To add a two-way radio, a radio adapter lead is required. This plugs into the StarCom 6-pin socket labeled RADIO and the other end to the radio. When connected, the volume level of the radio will need to be adjusted to give the required volume in the helmet. Always set the volume low and gradually increase to the desired level. To operate, turn on and then place in a safe place (waterproof pocket etc.).
With the radio connected, the rider can transmit to a distant radio by using the PTT switch.
Music Interface portable personal music systems
To add music to the system, a music lead is required. The lead plugs into the headphone output from the music player and into the StarCom unit s 'AUDIO input. When connected the volume level of this music system will need to be adjusted to give the required music volume in the helmet. Always set the volume low and gradually increase to the desired level.
Music Interface Installed car radio system
When a music system is installed on the bike an isolated stereo cable is required. This is because a direct connection will allow ignition noise to be picked up and the connection to the speakers may cause damage to the systems.
Part number MUS-03 is an isolated cable that will connect to the speaker cables on the on- bike system. If the music system has an audio out 3.5mm jack socket on the rear, then a MUS-04 cable will plug in directly.
Mobile phone Interface
To add a mobile phone to the system, a phone adapter kit is required. This includes a phone adapter which plugs into the phone, and a 3.5mm to 2.5mm jack lead to connect the adapter to the StarCom unit. The mobile phone must have the facility to auto answer an incoming call. Once set in this mode, the phone is plugged into the system, turned on, and then placed in a safe place (waterproof pocket etc.).
When the phone rings the StarCom unit will mute music, if playing, and allow a normal phone conversation. When connected, the volume level of the phone will need to be adjusted to give the required volume in the helmet. Always set the volume low and gradually increase to the desired level.
5 pin DIN Socket VersionGH-004 - Headset, full face microphone,
including coiled cable extension lead GH-006 - Headset, open face (boom) microphone,
including coiled cable extension lead PP-004G - Headset, for ear buds only, closed face microphone
including coiled cable extension lead PP-006G - Headset, for ear buds only,, open face (boom) microphone,
including coiled cable extension lead
Satellite navigation or radar equipment interface
Further electrical devices may be added to the system such as a satellite navigation system with audio output. If music mute is required then the inputs must be connected to the 'Phone' input, or the 'Auxiliary' input. An adapter lead is required to connect the equipment audio-out to a 3.5mm jack plug; please consult your dealer. When connected, the volume level of this device will need to be adjusted to give the required volume in the helmet. Always set the volume low and gradually increase to the desired level.
Bluetooth equipment interface
Bluetooth systems can be connected to via our Bluetooth module BTM-01. This will suit most bluetooth phones and Satellite Navigation systems. BTM-01 plugs into the StarCom phone socket.
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