Cardo Scala Rider Packtalk Slim Duo JBL



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Key specs

Rider-to-passenger intercom
Yes
Bike-to-bike intercom
Yes
Automatische volumeregeling
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our motorheadset expert
  • The headset has a maximum range of 8 kilometers.
  • Thanks to the integrated FM radio, you can listen to your favorite radio stations anytime, anywhere.
  • The headset mutes ambient noise, so you'll always be able to hear your music or another person.
  • The maximum range of the headset is not always feasible due to obstacles or jammers.
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Description

The Cardo Scala Rider Packtalk Slim JBL provides you with all kinds of useful features while riding a motorcycle. You can communicate with 15 other bikers. The headset has no less than an 8-kilometer range. You can connect it to a navigation system via Bluetooth and receive voice commands. Connect it to your smartphone at the same time and listen to music or make phone calls. On top of that, the Cardo Scala Rider has an integrated radio with 6 preset stations. The volume of your music or phone call automatically adjusts itself based on traffic and background noise.

The Cardo Scala Rider Packtalk Slim JBL provides you with all kinds of useful features while riding a motorcycle. You can communicate with 15 other bikers. The headset has no less than an 8-kilometer range. You can connect it to a navigation system via Bluetooth and receive voice commands. Connect it to your smartphone at the same time and listen to music or make phone calls. On top of that, the Cardo Scala Rider has an integrated radio with 6 preset stations. The volume of your music or phone call automatically adjusts itself based on traffic and background noise.


Included by default

  • Manual
  • Cable microphone
  • Boom microphone
  • Bracket mounts
  • Self-adhesive holder
  • Micro USB charger
  • Mounting material

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Cable microphone
  • Boom microphone
  • Bracket mounts
  • Self-adhesive holder
  • Micro USB charger
  • Mounting material

Key specs

Rider-to-passenger intercom
Yes
Bike-to-bike intercom
Yes
Automatische volumeregeling
Yes

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Cable microphone
  • Boom microphone
  • Bracket mounts
  • Self-adhesive holder
  • Micro USB charger
  • Mounting material

Included by default

  • Manual
  • Cable microphone
  • Boom microphone
  • Bracket mounts
  • Self-adhesive holder
  • Micro USB charger
  • Mounting material

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Cardo Scala Rider Packtalk Slim Duo JBL
Cardo Scala Rider Packtalk Slim Duo JBL
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Rating

Rating per section

Sound quality
10
Quality
10
Ease of assembly
8
Functionality
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

5 / 5 stars
9,5/10
"all around amazing headset"

Sokie | 25 May 2020

  • Pros:
    with JBL sound, they sound great
  • Pros:
    DMC and Bluetooth connectivity pretty much covers all your needs
  • Pros:
    compact and should fit any helmet
  • Pros:
    you can connect with headsets from other brans in bluetooth and bring them over in your DMC chat
  • Con:
    installation takes some time ( 30 minutes per helmet )
  • Con:
    CHECK YOUR SETTINGS! music volume is set to 60% by default in the app

Probably the best motorcycle headset all around.

all around amazing headset

5 / 5 stars
9,5
  • Pros:
    with JBL sound, they sound great
  • Pros:
    DMC and Bluetooth connectivity pretty much covers all your needs
  • Pros:
    compact and should fit any helmet
  • Pros:
    you can connect with headsets from other brans in bluetooth and bring them over in your DMC chat
  • Con:
    installation takes some time ( 30 minutes per helmet )
  • Con:
    CHECK YOUR SETTINGS! music volume is set to 60% by default in the app

Probably the best motorcycle headset all around.

Sokie | 25 May 2020