When I bought an intercom for my Schuberth helmet i realized it’s most probably was made to protect smarter heads than mine. So I made a Cheat-sheet for the intercom so I won’t feel stupid for not remembering what buttons to press.
You can download it here for free.
If the helmet is not made for smarter heads than mine, at least this must be the case with the Schuberth SRC intercom-system. The SRC-system makes it theoretically possible to talk not only to my passenger but also a friend on another bike. But that’s in theory.
The main obstacle to get Schuberts intercom to work has been my poor brains lack of memory capacity needed to remember the systems gazillion button combinations. Another problem is Schuberth SRC:s poorly written instruction manual. Of course Schubert has made this cheesy manual – which is ok if you have wi-fi, remember the address and have lots of time, but that is seldom the case. Besides it’s not very practical on the roadside.
So I decided to go through the manual really throughly and make a cheat-sheet for all the functions the way I want it. I keep it in my motorcycle jacket at all times and I have found it quite helpful. Hopefully someone else will as well.
The download is free.