The Sena 20S Motorcycle Bluetooth® Communication System helps you enjoy your ride to the fullest by keeping you in touch with up to eight of your buddies in crystal-clear HD audio, up to 2.0 km (1.2 miles) away, through the Group Intercom™ feature. Sena’s 20S is the ideal universal Bluetooth headset for your motorcycle helmet, which uses the Universal Intercom™ protocol so it can be used with all Sena and non-Sena Bluetooth headsets on the market.
Sena 20S Audio Multitasking™ technology allows you to have an intercom conversation while simultaneously listening to music, FM radio, or GPS. No longer do users have to deal with the frustrations of interruption-based audio functions of past Bluetooth communication devices, the 20S’ universal intercom is the perfect solution. Now audio features won’t interrupt each other but simply overlay for a smooth listening experience. Enrich your ride with interweaving audio sources.
The new user interface makes setting up and pairing your 20S incredibly easy, thanks to Sena’s motion sensor technology. Pair your Bluetooth devices with a simple shake of the 20S. Once you’re on the road, complete control of the 20S can be done through hands-free voice commands. Intuitive technology ensures safe, controlled riding as you seamlessly move through music, phone, and intercom features. The optional Handlebar Remote control gives you even more command-and-control flexibility. Technology that keeps things simple. That’s the Sena advantage.
Pair the 20S with a Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack-equipped GoPro® or the Sena Prism Bluetooth Action Camera, and you’ve just created a wireless multi-track recording setup for HD video that includes the mic from your headset and the intercom audio from your buddies.
You’ll never have to worry about your Bluetooth device capabilities becoming obsolete. Download the device manager and get all firmware updates for free—extending the life and value of your purchase.Device Manager
If you already know the functionality of your device and want to keep it that way, you can download previous firmware versions to your device through the Device Manager.
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