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Ok here goes this is what I would like to accomplish and from what I can find I only have one choice and the reviews I have seen are 50 50 on how well it works. I want to change from wired headsets to Bluetooth but want to be able to continue to have full use of my HD radio to include CB. I am looking at the G9 headsets which covers the comms between me and my passenger and any other bluetooth I may have (cell phone, iPod, etc.). The dilemma is the next step, have only been able to find 2 choices to be able to link bluetooth headsets with radio, the first is "Harley Bluetooth Adapter: Harley-HC2" sold by spoiledbiker, this is a duplex so would have complete control of radio to include 2 way communication with the CB. But on this one the reviews I have found are questionable. The other option I have been able to find is made by senna the SM10 which does not have duplex so I would not be able to transmit through my bluetooth headset using the CB. My question is does anyone know of any other systems that would work without having to replace my entire stereo system.

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I have researched this until I am blue in the face(pun intended) I have cardo g4 and want to bluetooth a CB into the system. JIMs says can't be done. Word is that these are two different systems. So you either have bluetooth for your Cardo or a CB system. One suggestion I got was to have one ear pad for the CB and one for the Cardo The CB does not bluetooth. must be hardwired to your head set. Too much trouble since I do use the Cardo for Iphone, music, garmin directions FM stations. Hopefully one day they will come up with a compatable CB-Cardo but until then I will rely on hand signals when in a group that uses the CB.
 

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I also have a Cardo system with Bluetooth, FM. What I've done once before is take the CB and figure out the pin out and wire the speakers to a stereo plug that will plug into the CARDO, then the mic wires can be soldered to a mini-mic and that put inside the Cardo Mic sock. I've done this before and it works great.
 
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