SMH10 - Pairing with the Sena SR10 Sena November 17, 2016 01:49 Follow Have more questions? Submit a request 6 Comments Date Votes 0 aml22717 November 26, 2015 07:23 It is nice post. 0 Chris Coote August 22, 2016 12:52 So, in all the manuals, you refer to multipoint pairing, yet the SMH10 only has "phone selective pairing". Yet, in this video, you simply pair it as if it was a phone? If this is the correct pairing method why is the manual so difficult to read? 0 Chris Woodyard August 22, 2016 21:55 @Chris Coote: The SMH10 has both Multipoint Pairing and Phone Selective Pairing. Multipoint Pairing is covered in section 6.2 of the User's Guide. This video uses Phone Pairing Mode to pair the SR10 to the 20S because that is the easiest method for pairing a single device to the SMH10. If you were to pair the SR10 as a secondary device then you would need to use Multipoint Pairing. 0 Chris Coote August 23, 2016 00:43 Thanks Chris. I have an SMH10, SR10 (with UHF) and an SM10 (lugged into the line out on a BMWR1200RT). To confuse matters, I have a Navigator V and iPhone, which plugs into the USB port on the bike as my "iPod". It's a common arrangement that no one has managed to get to work with Bluetooth. Most give up and go back to Starcom. But if you have a suggestion as to how I can make it work, that would be awesome. 0 Chris Woodyard August 24, 2016 00:16 You can make it work by only using Mobile Phone Pairing on the SMH10 with the following: Place the SMH10 into Mobile Phone Pairing Mode and place the SR10 into Bluetooth pairing mode. Wait for them to pair together. Place the SMH10 into Mobile Phone Pairing Mode again and then place the SM10 into Bluetooth pairing mode. Wait for them to pair together. This is the easiest way to do this because Mobile Phone Pairing allows you to pair a device to the headset for it use the Bluetooth HandsFree Profile (HFP) and the Advance Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). The SR10 only requires HFP when paired to the headset and does not use A2DP so it is left alone. So for the SM10, you can place the headset into Mobile Phone Pairing mode again since A2DP is still available. 0 Chris Coote August 25, 2016 14:26 Thanks! Article is closed for comments.