Torbjörn Öberg: Perfect
A new level of in helmet audio and communication. Totally integrated in the new Neotec II. only bad thing is the rather small buttons.
Mark Meredith: Integrated Sena
I've long been fan and user of Sena so the product quality and fantastic integration is no surprise. I've given it a 4 (4.9 really) though because a couple of stages of the installation took a bit of working out and it's taking me a little longer to get used to the buttons - in winter riding gloves the closeness of the buttons means I've mis-hit a few times.
Alexander Kidd: Neotec II coms
Very new to it but so far very good, fitting made easy by going on you tube to find a guide that actually showed top tips. Best bit is no sticky out bits and easy to feel controls
colin poucher: Not quite 5 stars
When I put this together with the helmet I found the cheek/neck pads a pain to get back in. The Sena is not easy to use as the buttons are way too small. And I did have my summer gloves on!! With winter gloves you do not stand a chance of pressing the buttons. Music is good and when used with a Garmin Zumo it is really good. Just stops the musuc when directions are being said then it goes back into music with no problems. I don't know what it is like in the communication mode as I'm a lone rider and I got this for my music and gps mainly.
Only gave 4 stars as I have said the poor design of the buttons.
Chris Margetts: Better than the Cardo
Same as Mark. Buttons are a little small sometimes to find but functionally it works great.
Microphone is perfect, rang home a few times and with the Shoei they say the quality is just excellent.
I listen to music sometimes and really good. All in all better than version 1 cardo...
John Albone: Good coms
Great that it's built into the helmet so no extra wind noise .
The buttons are a bit fiddly compared to my 10s jog wheel operation.
But overall a great coms unit.