Connecting Multiple SMH10s to a Single Bluetooth Phone or Bluetooth MP3 player. Sena October 20, 2017 20:27 Follow Multiple SMH10s cannot be connected, via Bluetooth, to a single Bluetooth phone or Bluetooth MP3 player. A single phone can only connect to one SMH10 and vice versa. This is the same for Bluetooth MP3 player. Have more questions? Submit a request 8 Comments Date Votes 0 Ed Vissers November 25, 2011 23:27 And how about a GPS? My wife loves to hear the directions given bij mij GPS while she is sitting at the backseat. 0 Dan Kim November 28, 2011 20:35 @Ed Only one GPS can be connect to SMH10 via Bluetooth connection and visa versa. 0 Norman Ruest December 16, 2011 18:11 My wife and I like to listen to the same audio whether XM radio, Pandora, audio books, MP3, etc. but it sucks that we cannot both connect. I currently use a Bluetooth Dongle Adapter device similar to this: http://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-TT-BA01-Wireless-Bluetooth-Adapter/dp/B004B8GF7Y/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1324058483&sr=1-2. It works well and allows me to connect my XM radio via bluetooth. I am thinking that if I use a Y-adapter from my audio jack and get another Bluetooth Adapter that she can pair with then that might solve the problem. A crappy work around but hopefully this option could be incorporated at some point. Otherwise, I love the Sena much more than the Cardo. Now if only I could get back my voice commands on the Droid X. But that is another issue. 0 Dan Kim December 16, 2011 21:48 @Norman Your describe set up is cumbersome, but it is definitely an alternative solution. Sena will release A2DP hub which will allow two bluetooth headset connections. This product is under development and expected release period is 2nd quarter of 2012. 0 David Wayne Edwards December 16, 2011 23:41 While you're at it, could you make it so that one of the two headsets can be switched to mono? My wife is deaf in one ear and cannot hear the left channel of stereo as in a car. I know that I could change the stereo to mono at the mp3 player, but that would diminish my listening pleasure in stereo. 0 Dan Kim December 17, 2011 01:14 @David, I advise you to post your suggestion on our suggestion forum to share with others. http://support.senabluetooth.com/forums/20210588-feature-requests-and-suggestions 0 kenneth wilke January 02, 2012 22:53 David, maybe you can try positioning both speakers in the "good ear" side of her helmet... then you can enjoy stereo! 0 kenneth wilke October 28, 2016 15:24 Easy work around.... plug in a splitter to your device and use the coil cords to each headset.... not as cool and high tech but works great! Please sign in to leave a comment.