Frequently Asked Questions
This video shows how to pair the Bluetooth Audio Pack to two Sena Headsets.
This video shows how to pair the Bluetooth Audio Pack to a non -Sena headset.
Music cannot be heard in the Sena headset while connected to the Bluetooth Mic and Intercom for GoPro. The Bluetooth Mic and Intercom for GoPro (GP10) uses the intercom profile on a Sena headset to allow the User to record their voice to a GoPro camera using Bluetooth. The intercom profile on a Sena headset has a higher priority than the stereo music Bluetooth profile (A2DP). While the GP10 is connected to a Sena headset then the two devices will maintain that connection and not allow the stereo music from a different device, like a smartphone, to be heard in the headset. The GP10 needs to be powered off in order for stereo music to be heard in a Sena headset.
The Sena RideConnected App allows you to communicate with other riders over long distances using your smartphone rather than the Bluetooth intercom on Sena headsets. The Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro allows you to record your voice and the audio from the intercom directly into a GoPro Hero 3 or Hero 4 camera. If you want to use the Sena Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro with the Sena RideConnected App then here is what you will need to know:
- You can only record your own voice through the Bluetooth Audio Pack if the microphone on the RideConnected App is disabled. If the microphone on the RideConnected App is enabled then your voice will not be recorded through the Bluetooth Audio Pack to the GoPro camera.
- You cannot record the voices from other members of the team while using the RideConnected App.
- You can record your own voice and the voices other riders if you are connected to another Sena headset when having a Bluetooth intercom conversation. The microphone on the RideConnected App needs to be disabled in order for the voices to be recorded through the Bluetooth Audio Pack to the GoPro camera.
When you power on the Bluetooth Audio Pack, you can check the battery level in the LED indicator flashing red as below.
|4 Flashes||High, 70 to 100% remaining battery|
|3 Flashes||Medium, 30 to 70% remaining battery|
|2 Flashes||Low, 0 to 30% remaining battery|
Press the Pairing Button 3 times, you can check the battery level with voice prompts from a connected headset.
You can charge the Bluetooth Audio Pack by connecting a USB power & data cable into a computer USB port or USB wall charger. You can use any standard mini-USB cable including the USB cable supplied in the GoPro® to charge the Bluetooth Audio Pack. The LED turns red while charging, and turns blue when the Bluetooth Audio Pack is fully charged. It takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge.
When using the skeleton backdoor, you can charge the Bluetooth Audio Pack by connecting any mini-USB cable, including the cable supplied by GoPro, as shown image.
Push the Power Switch down to power on, then the LED will flash blue.
Push the Power Switch upward to power off, then the LED will turn red and automatically be turned off shortly.