I just got a autocom pro 7 set up and set it up in a Shoei helmet the speakers make it really difficult for my ears to not fold over and the call quality is not great. Any ideas? if i can't resolve the comfort part its back on fleby with it.
had a quick search and cant find quite what I'm looking for,
I've taken my Autocom unit off the dero, if I sell it I'll get peanuts so I want to to fit it to the AT.
Where?? no space under the seat and using the compartment on the left panel would mean fitting waterproof sockets every where...
Has anyone powered the Autocom Easy 7 advance unit from the bike? I was looking on the Autocom site but all the stuff seems to be for newer models. Pehaps if I give them a call they might come up with something to stop it from eating batteries as I listen to music most of the time.
My other Autoccom unit
NOT redy to be wired in,i used to run it off a 9V Batterie
comes with 2 leads
One is a connection lead for a Zumo Satnav and the other is a flexi lead where you can plug your own earphones in
Looking for £75 +P&P
Have just bought one of these due to great reviews but have a query regarding fitting.
Instructions says NOT to fit directly to the battery so wondering if there is a piece of kit with an in-line fuse in it or something i could connect to one of the wires b4 fitting to battery.
Just thought I'd flag up for anyone else that gets bad advice...
Despite allegedly only consuming milliamps of power, my 700 battery can't cope with a hardwired Autocom ProDuo which apparently sucks enough juice during a week of not riding to flatten a Transalp battery... @%$#! Double @%$# cos...
the Autocom forum is down and I need help
does anyone know how to pair up the nuvi to a phone and the autocom dongle so they all work at the same time
Nüvi 765t (same bluetooth double connection as zumo)
Autocom Pro Avi and dongle
bog standard bluetooth phone
oh and please easy intructions I...
Just got the Autocom box arrive with a kenwood radio.
Electrics are no mystrong point. I am wanting to put the connectors on so it only works when the ignition is on. Is it ok to connect the positive connector to the taillight postive as it suggests in the leaflet? If so is it a matter if...
Perhaps it's a bit of an odd request but the headset is too bad for repair and it's 'hopefully' easier to just replace the headset than all the complete unit that is wired in.
It's being used in an open face helmet which means quite a bit more use for the twisting of the main microphone cable...
I have an annoying problem with my Autocom.
It is the Active Rider 200 kit.
Basically I think I have a loose connection or poor connection somewhere in the system.
It is hard wired to the bike, fitted under the seat with my cable running up between the seat and tank and pillion running...
but hi all, I've been off the forum for a while...
I'm back and paid up again...
Anyhoo.. a little autocom/radio advice is needed.
I'm off on a Euro jaunt with a pal in Aug.
He's seconds away from getting a Zumo 550, I've got a 550 and an autocomrider too.
We wanna be able to talk to each other...
I am about to set my autocom up on the bike but was wondering where you run the phone lead to, do you leave it loose or do you put the phone under the seat. how do you keep the headset lead dry while and not in use ?
Thanks Derek :thumbup:
Right, bit of a pull it all together thread.
I've just installed an Autocom 200 (300's were out of stock and I hate waiting for stuff), and am about to buy a Garmin Zumo.
So, the autocom is fine, (apart from the wind noise inside my Arai TX activating the vox and turning the music down all the...
Have just got an autocom unit in prep for the tld ride. It says in the destructions that it should be wired into the positive on the brake lights so it will shut down when you turn the bike off, it also says that when you disconnect the helmet lead the unit will switch off. So does anybody know...