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Difficult to set up.. Microphone fell off after only 1.5 hours, separated from the tape.
Overall I'm happy with Q3 so far. Purchased 2 Q3 multisets. Takes a bit to get used to the correct buttons pushes. Had no problems pairing up with my iPhone 4s. And no problems pairing up with riding buddy on his bike unlike others have stated. Have been on several rides solo and surprised how good radio reception is for distant stations. I live in hilly country too. Install into bell modular helmet was pretty simple. It's best to remove inner padding if possible and run your speaker wires across the top of helmet for better radio reception.(inside of course). Only complaints I have is wish volume would go louder. Hard to hear other rider clearly above 65mph. Could be quality of included speakers or aging ears. I haven't made or received phone calls but riding has and it works ok. Also have the bell qualifier dlx helmet but waiting on the adapter to arrive to try out in it. $60 for adapter, not to happy about having to purchase but nothing's for free anymore.
Very difficult to sync with other rider. Never the same way each time. Hated the unit. Both of us had trouble with them.
Have had these for a year now, and overall am happy with them. We are using them with half helmets and I actually sewed the speakers into the inside of the strap lining. The velcro works, but may come lose in a strong wind. Took a bit of use to decide where to mount them and how to run the wires etc, but taking the time to do that is worth it. We use them on separate bikes, and were able to talk all the way to Sturgis last year. I can make phone calls on it and people have no idea I'm on a bike (05 Ultra). Sometimes my wifes mic will stay "hot" if there is a lot of wind, which puts more use on the battery, but that is really the only complaint. It is really nice to not have to push a button when you want to talk or have to wait your turn. This is more like talking to someone on a cell phone.
has a few quirks