If you are riding on trails or in the middle of the backcountry, a communication system can help you maintain track of anyone else you are riding with. Today you’ll get to know about the snowboarding communication system from Cardo.
Up to 15 individuals can remain connected over a distance of 1-kilometer line of sight using the Dynamic Mesh Communications (DMC) technology used by the Cardo system. The intercom channel stays active and automatically connects once you’ve established the initial connection with your group
You can effortlessly listen to music because it connects via Bluetooth to your phone. Additionally, the AGC feature automatically modifies the volume, like turning it down when someone is trying to speak with you, then automatically turning the music back up when no one is talking. You can also get “Quick Access” to the contacts on your speed dial, music, and even FM radio using the Cardo app.
On some helmets, it’s really hard to fit a comm system. You can shave foams from the cheek pads to hold the set for such helmets. And for some helmets, you will find it difficult to locate a flat spot to mount the base, which is why some helmets come with a spongy adhesive portion to hold the base. Oxygen helmets are one of the best when it comes to mounting the comm system. These systems can make your snowmobile experience safer and more enjoyable. To know more about them, check out the following video.
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