http://www.bikebandit.com/scala-rider-q1-teamset?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=scala-rider-q1-teamset http://www.bikebandit.com/scala-rider-q3-multiset?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=scala-rider-q3-multiset Are you paying attention? Good stuff. The features on the Q1 and the Q3 are inentical except for one very important aspect. The Q1 is built for 2 riders on the same bike, and the Q3 is for riders on their own individual bikes. One has range, the other doesn't. That's it. The Q1 is driver/passenger with a max range of just a few yards, the Q3 has a range of about 1,000 yards. Yes, you can use the Q3 for a rider/passenger setup, but it's designed to toggle between 4 bikers at a time. Besides that difference, they are the same, and they are awesome. Truly amazing the amount of technology that is inside one of these little black boxes. When music sharing, rider /passenger can listen to the same music (via A2DP), the built-in FM radio with 6 presets and auto scan. For Scala riders nearby, there is no need to "pair" the units. Once in close proximity, you can have spontaneous intercom with riders near you. You have voice activated intercom and phone dialing, AGC technology so that volume increases with speed and ambient noise, Spoken Status announcements so that you always know which device you're connected to, and so much more. The microphone can be worn as a boom for 3/4 helmets or tucked into the chinbar of fullface versions, and the speakers are the traditional 3.5mm jack style, but can easily be swapped to earbuds or custom earpieces as well. You get 10 hours of talk time or one week of standby power too and you can recharge from either a USB or traditional wall outlet. Totally waterproof and dustproof, the unit easily attaches to the side of your helmet, and it's super slim so there is no pronounced sensation of wind drag. There is also the Cardo Community, an online way to personalize your unit and its settings. Remember that the Q3 has all of the same features, but with range added for riders of different machine. Impressive technology that is easy to use, and makes your ride just that much more enjoyable. Available now from your friends at Cardo Scala Rider and BikeBandit.com, the Q1 Teamset or the Q3 Multiset. Invest in yourself. Invest in Scala!
Mauro Flosi: i want to know how to disable AGC . can it be done , please
Mariusz Wojtowicz: I used Q1 set for couple of times and broken down. One of the radios wont switch on at all and I have series problem to have that fix as customer service wont answer my e-mails. So there is word of advice STAY AWAY FROM THIS CRAP !!!
Iris Maria Adams: How about videos of how to work the features... I can't find ANY! I watched the tutorials but they are not the same as watching someone doing something.
theklrdude oo: don't buy this piece of crap they don't wok ,....period .
i bought the so called matched set !
a 440 bucks fiasco .
you might as well buy a book on ESP., hahaha !
Thomas Mike: Are the q1 and q3 compatible to eachother? If I have a q1 can I talk to someone with a q3?
codewahn: i purchased the q1 as a single unit after being told in the shop i could do rider to rider but reading around i can only see about it being rider to passenger, is the q1 capable of doing rider to rider