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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaSteve View Post
    If anyone finds a simple Bluetooth TRANSMITTER that can be connected to the headset wire/connector, please let me know. I'm okay with leaving my phone plugged into the AUX 3.5 audio INPUT plug but would like to Bluetooth the OUTPUT to my helmet speaker system.

    I should get the louder J&M Speakers in the mail this Friday, and installed Saturday, so I can hear music above 65MPH.
    All you need is an adapter that is 5 pin din on one end and 3.5 on the other.
    Can be had for 10 to 15 bucks for a good one.
    Then any Bluetooth transmitter will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2wheelsforme View Post
    Just for info. If you are planning on adding a GPS unit soon be aware that some units have Bluetooth built in.
    Thanks for the input.

    So i'm thinking maybe of getting a Zumo GPS.

    How exactly could this affect my decision here? What factors do i need to consider?

    Thanks again!
    -Mac

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaSteve View Post
    If anyone finds a simple Bluetooth TRANSMITTER that can be connected to the headset wire/connector, please let me know. I'm okay with leaving my phone plugged into the AUX 3.5 audio INPUT plug but would like to Bluetooth the OUTPUT to my helmet speaker system.

    I should get the louder J&M Speakers in the mail this Friday, and installed Saturday, so I can hear music above 65MPH.
    If you just want a good transmitter I use a sena sm 10.
    IT NEEDS AN ADAPTER THAT GOES FROM 5 PIN DIN TO 3.5
    It has two 3.5 plugs one for the headset jack and the other can be used for a gps that has a 3.5
    Plug. If used it will over ride the music and give directions.
    Have used one for quite a while and its worked great.

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    "nothing at all" is the best option

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    Just look at what you want going on in your helmet.
    When on a l9ng trip I enjoy listening to all kinds of music and even the news.
    Sso I use XM radio in the left cubby and thumb drive in bag transmitted to
    my Sena 20s headset by way of a sena sm 10.
    Some of here don't listen to anything but the wind..
    All in whatt you want.

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    I'm still watching these posts and thanks for your inputs Shortleg521.

    I did find some DIN pin outs on another site, DIY Goldwing Headsets if anyone is interested and for future reference.

    Din Plug Pin Connected to
    1 Microphone Screening (-)
    4 Microphone Live (+) (via Capacitor)
    2 Earphones Screening (-) on Both Left and Right
    5 Earphone Left (+)
    3 Earphone Right (-)
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