World leader in global helmet communications Sena has announced two additional units into the product range for 2021. Both new additions see the entry-level 3S get a makeover with the Sena 3S Plus Boom and Sena 3S Plus universal models.
The two new units have been updated to Bluetooth 4.1, which delivers High Definition intercoms, voice prompts, smart pairing and a larger range all of which works through the Sena app.
The names are pretty self-explanatory with the 3S Plus Boom having a boom microphone with controls on the boom itself, ideal for open face helmets. The 3S Plus Universal has a separate controller which attaches to the shell of the helmet, suitable for any helmet, much like a conventional Sena system.
Sena 3S gives HD sound
Both new models operate with a two-button method where each button can control multiple functions. Talking range has been raised to 400m (Quarter of a mile) and an inbuilt Advanced Noise Control actively filters bad noise, like wind and engine noise for increased sound clarity. Both headsets support smartphone connectivity which allows the user to take phone calls, use voice prompts and turn buy turn sat navigation through the users phone. Music can also be streamed from the phone through this system.
The Sena app, allows easy pairing between units, and provides an easy way to change settings and configure your own device. Other units can be quickly paired through a QR code within the app.
The two new units are now available, find a dealer here. Prices for both are £99 which is quite the bargain for a Sena quality product!
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