Cardo Systems G9 Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for Cardo Systems G9 Headphone, Headsets (28 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Cardo Systems
  • Category of Device: Headphone, Headsets
  • Document: G9, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 12-01-2024
  • Count of Pages: 28
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  • User Guide

    G9 / G9 PowerSet

  • CONTENTS

      1.  INTRODUCTION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3

      2.  CHARGING THE SCALA RIDER G 9® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  4

      3.  CARDO COMMUNITY™ PLATFORM AND “ONE+8” INTERCOM . . .

      5

      4.  GETTING STARTED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  5

       4.1  MOUNTING THE scala rider G9 ON YOUR  HELMET . . . . . . . .   5

       4.2 G E NERAL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

       4.3 STATUS LIGHTS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

       4.4 AUDIO SOURCES AND PRIORITIES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

       4.5 VOICE COMMAND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

       4.6 SETTINGS  CUSTOMIZATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

       4.7 VOICE M E NU   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

      5.  INTERCOM CONFIG URATI ON: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

       5.1 “ONE+8” INTERCOM TOGGLING MODE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

       5.1a  CONFIGURING YOUR G9 BUDDY NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

       5.1b  HEARING YOUR ASSIGNED NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

       5.1c  PAIRING WITH A “ONE+8” INTERCOM BUDDY . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

       5.1d  PAIRED DEVICE INDICATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

       5.2 INTERCOM CONFERENCE MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

       5.2a  TWO-WAY INTERCOM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

       5.2b  THREE-WAY INTERCOM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

       5.2c  FOUR-WAY INTERCOM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

       5.3 CLICK-TO-LINK® INTERCOM MODE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

      6. USING THE INTERCOM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

       6.1. MAKING  TWO-WAY INTERCOM CALLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

       6.2 MAKING THR EE-WAY INTERCOM CALLS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

       6.3 MAKING FOUR-WAY INTERCOM CALLS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

       6.4 USING  CLICK-TO-LINK IN TERCOM  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

       6.5 RECEIVING INTERCOM CALLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

       6.6 BUSY SIGNAL  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

       6.7 GROUP SIGNAL  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

       6. 8 VOICE CONNECT (VOX)  S ETTINGS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

      7.   PAIRING AND USING A MOBILE PHONE , GPS OR 

    MP3 PLAYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

       7.1. MOBILE PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

       7.1a  PAIRING A MOBILE PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

       7.1b   MAKING AND RECEIVIN G PHONE CALLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

       7.1c  HOT DIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

       7.2. PAIRING A GPS DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

       7.3 MUSIC STREAMING VIA A2DP  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

       7.3a  PAIRING TO AN A2DP MUSIC PLAYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

       7.3b  LISTENING TO MUSIC VIA A2DP   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

       7.4 C ABLE-CONNECTED MP3 PLAYERS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

       7.4a   CONNECTING YOUR MUSIC PLAYER VIA THE AUX . . . . . . . .22

       7.4b  LIST E NING TO MUSIC VIA THE AUX  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

      8.  FM RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

       8.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

       8.2 RADIO  TUNING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

       8.3 AUTOMATIC RADIO TUNING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

       8.4 RDS (ALTERNAT IVE FREQUENCIES)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

      9.  TROUBLESHOOTING CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

    10.  SUPPOR T  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

    11.  NOTICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

    iMPOrTaNT:  

    This is version 1.2 of the User Manual. Please note, that our manual is

    periodically updated on the Cardo website to include the very latest

    features and functions of your new scala rider G9.

    Please visit www.cardosystem s.com/download/manuals to check

    if the manual you are holding is the most updated version and to

    download the manual in your preferred language.

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  • 1. INTRODUCTION

    Thank you for choosing the scala rider G9® Bluetooth®

    communication and entertainment system for motorcycle helmets.

    This manual will help you set up, congure and operate the

    scala rider G9.

    If you have purchased the G9 PowerSet™, your retail box contains

    two factory-paired scala rider G9 units.

    Among others, the scala rider G9 oers the following key features:

    INTERCOM OPTIONS

    • Intercom Conference mode between 2, 3 or 4 riders at a range of

    up to 1 mile /1.6 km*

    • Click-to-Link® Intercom: For spontaneous connection with other

    scala rider G9

    or G4 user nearby

    • “One+8” Intercom Toggling with 8 additional buddies

    MULTIPLE DEVICE CONNECTIVITY

    • Bluetooth Mobile phone / GPS device

    • Wireless A2DP/ MP3 connectivity for stereo music (cable option

    also provided)

    ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS

    • Wireless music streaming via devices supporting Bluetooth Stereo

    A2DP and AVRCP proles.

    • MP3 Players (non-Bluetooth) via cable

    • Built-in FM Radio with 6 station presets and automatic tuning

    CARDO COMMUNITY™

    • Download software upgrades, enhancements and new features

    • Set up your “One+8” Intercom buddies

    • Create, nd and join riding tours

    • Customize your G9 settings

    ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

    ➤ Voice Command and VOX technology:

    • Make / Receive mobile calls by voice command

    • Make / Receive intercom calls by voice command

    ➤ AGC technology (Automatic Gain Control), allowing the

    automatic adjustment of volume according to ambient noise

    and driving speed. You can also control the volume level

    manually. AGC sensitivity levels can be customized to suit

    your personal preferences.

    ➤ VOX technology and Voice Command for safe and hands-

    free operation of key functions. VOX sensitivity levels can be

    customized to suit your personal preferences.

    ➤ PLC software (Packet Loss Concealment) for real-time

    compensation of audio losses in challenging environments.

    ➤ Advanced software updates via any PC running Windows® XP™,

    Vista™ or Windows 7.

    ➤ Spoken status announcements, so that you always know to

    whom or to what device you are connected.

    ➤ Volume Per Mode: Volume is set and saved at dierent levels

    for each audio source.

    We wish you a great scala rider G9 experience and encourage you

    to write us at [email protected] with any questions,

    suggestions or comments you may have.

    * Under tough environmental conditions (dense forest, narrow buildings, heavy

    trac), intercom range will be reduced. Once conditions improve, the range will

    increase again.

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  • CONTENTS OF RETAIL BOX

    NOTE: If you purchased the scala rider G9 PowerSet, your Retail

    Box will include two sets of each component listed below.

    G9 Audio Kit

    Interchangeable

    exible boom

    (Corded mic also

    provided)

    Sliding

    Panel

    Two

    speakers

    MP3 Jack

    (back)

    Noise canceling

    sealed omni

    microphone

    scala rider G9 Unit

    Channel A Button

    • Connect to Rider A

    • MP3 Button

    Channel B Button

    • Connect to Rider B

    • FM Radio Button

    Voice Command

    Button

    “One+8” Intercom

    • Charging

    jack

    • Software

    download

    port

    Silicone Cover

    Volume Down / Rewind button

    Flip-up Antenna

    Mobile phone button

    Volume Up / Forward button

    IMPORTANT:

    The scala rider G9 has been certied as waterproof and dustproof (IP67).

    However, when in use, the silicon cover of the Charging Jack should

    be kept tightly closed to prevent moisture from entering the unit.

    Corded Microphone

    Replacement Mic sponges*

    Allen wrench

    Wall charger plug

    Pre-moistened Towlettes

    Alcohol

    Pad

    USB adapter cable

    MP3 cable

    Velcro Pads

    Carry pouch

    Glue plate

    * The large microphone sponge is recommended for use with open helmets

    2. CHARGING THE SCAlA RIDER G9

    Make sure that your scala rider G9 is fully charged for at least

    4 hours before initial use.

    1. Open the silicone cover protecting the Charging Jack.

    2. Insert the USB cable into the Charging Jack.

    3. Insert the other end of the USB cable into the wall charger or a

    computer’s USB port.

    4. While charging, the red LED turns on. When charging is

    complete, the red LED will turn o.

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  • 3. CARDO COMMUNITY ONlINE

    PlATFORM AND “ONE+8” INTERCOM

    The Cardo Community is one of the most remarkable and ground-

    breaking features of the scala rider G9.

    Visit http://community.cardosystems.com in order to get the

    following features:

    • “One+8” Intercom: The scala rider G9 allows Intercom toggling

    with up to 8 other individual riders.

    Connect your G9 and

    your PC by inserting the

    USB cable into the

    computer’s USB port and

    the other end into the

    software download port

    of the G9

    • Download and install the latest

    software upgrades

    • Congure your own Buddy name

    (alias) for the “One+8”

    Intercom mode and

    personalize the settings

    of your G9 through

    your PC*

    • Find your friends and

    add them to your “One+8” Buddy list

    • Create and join tours and invite your

    friends

    To register, make sure to have your product serial number ready

    which can be found on the white label on the back of the unit.

    *System Requirements: Windows® XP™, Windows Vista™, or Windows 7

    4. GETTING STARTED

    4.1 MOUNTING THE SCALA RIDER G9 ON YOUR HELMET

    Glue Plate

    See “Using the Glue Plate”

    on next page

    Back Plate

    See “Using the Back Plate” on

    next page

    Glue the Audio Kit onto

    your helmet when the

    standard Back Plate method

    cannot be used.

    Method A Method B

    The boom microphone can be used with

    open, half, full face and modular helmets.

    The corded microphone is for full face

    helmets.

    NOTE:

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  • METHOD A: USING THE BACK PLATE

    Push the back plate between the helmet’s

    outer shell and inner padding

    Adjust the clamp’s location so that the

    microphone is located opposite

    the center of your mouth.

    Loosen both screws

    Allen

    Wrench

    Back Plate

    Alcohol

    Pad

    METHOD B: USING THE GLUE PLATE

    (This can only be done once!)

    Tighten the screws

    NOTE: Please read the entire section before proceeding. While we have no

    reason to believe that the gluing option might negatively aect any helmet,

    Cardo does not assume any responsibility to that eect, irrespective of its

    nature and circumstances. The Glue Plate is oered as an option that you

    may choose to use at your own risk and subject to renouncement of any

    future claims.

    Glue Plate Allen Wrench Pre-moistened

    Towlette

    Adjust the audio kit’s

    location so that the

    microphone is

    located in front of

    the center of your

    mouth.

    Remove the Back Plate by taking out both screws with the Allen Wrench.

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  • ➏ ➐

    Alcohol

    Pad

    Fasten both screws tightly

    Press here for

    15 seconds

    Peel o protective

    backing sheet

    Use the Alcohol Pad to

    clean the exact spot

    on the helmet

    Allow the glue to dry

    for 24 hours

    Alcohol

    Pad

    PLACING THE SPEAKERS

    Speaker velcro pad position

    Audio Kit

    Velcro pads

    Attach Velcro Pads to inside of Helmet

    R L

    Cross the long speaker wire

    over the center of the helmet

    to enhance FM radio reception.

    Using two speakers inside the helmet may be prohibited in certain

    jurisdictions. If this is the case, postion both speakers on one side

    of the helmet.

    For best clarity, place speakers directly opposite and close to the ears.

    Helmets with deep recesses may require padding to bring the

    speakers closer for ideal positioning.

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  • NOTE:

    The Corded Microphone can be used with Full face helmets

    only (not Modular helmets).

    Remove both screws

    Remove the screw

    CHANGING THE MICROPHONE TYPE

    Removing

    Allen wrench

    Corded microphone

    Velcro Pad

    Tighten the screw

    Tighten the screws

    CHANGING MICROPHONE TYPE (cont.)

    Attaching

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    POSITIONING THE MICROPHONE

    Boom Microphone

    Corded Microphone

    Velcro Pad

    Adjust the Audio Kit’s location so that the

    microphone is located opposite the

    center of your mouth.

    Attach Velcro to

    inside front

    of helmet

    ➌ ➍

    ➋➊

    REPLACING THE CORDED MICROPHONE SPONGE

    NOTE: A replacement corded microphone sponge is provided for

    future use should you need it.

    The wires to the microphone are delicate. Avoid touching them.

    Pinch and pull

    existing microphone

    sponge

    Remove protective

    backing sheet from replacement

    sponge

    Carefully attach

    the new sponge

    to the microphone

    Carefully remove

    the existing sponge.

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  • ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE G9 FROM THE AUDIO KIT

    push!

    push!

    CLICK !

    4.2 GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    Power ON Press and hold the Mobile Button for 2 seconds

    • Light: 3 BLUE ashes

    • Sound: Ascending tone

    Power OFF Press and hold the Mobile Button for 2 seconds

    • Light: 3 RED ashes

    • Sound: Descending tone

    Volume

    Adjust and set volume

    of current audio source

    Tap the Volume Up or Volume Down Button

    Mute speakers Tap Volume Up and Volume Down buttons

    simultaneously

    Battery level

    indicator

    Press and hold the Volume Up Button for 2 seconds

    Light:

    • BLUE = Full charge

    • PURPLE = Half charge

    • RED = Almost empty

    4.3 STATUS LIGHTS

    LED Indication Status

    None scala rider G9 is OFF

    1 BLUE ash every 3 seconds Standby mode

    No active audio sources

    2 BLUE ashes every 3

    seconds

    Active mode – Call in progress / music

    or other audio source is ON

    1 RED ash every 3 seconds Standby mode – Battery is low

    2 RED ashes every 3 seconds Active mode – Battery is low

    Solid RED Charging

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  • 4.4 AUDIO SOURCES AND PRIORITIES

    If two connected audio sources try to play audio simultaneously,

    your scala rider G9 automatically determines which audio

    source to play through the speakers based on the priority of the

    connected devices.

    Higher Priority

    1. Mobile Phone audio or GPS instructions

    *

    2. Intercom/”O ne+8”/Click-to- Link

    3. A2DP (Stereo Blue tooth) audio

    4. FM Rad io (Built-in)

    5. AUX (for corded connection i.e. Music Players)

    *GPS instructions from Smartphone GPS Apps are

    prioritized like A2DP audio

    Lower Priority

    For example:

    • Incoming mobile phone calls interrupt ongoing intercom calls

    • Incoming intercom calls will interrupt ongoing A2DP music

    Click-to-Link, Intercom and “One+8” calls have the same priority:

    Click-to-Link requests will not interrupt any type of Intercom call

    in progress, and vice-versa.

    4.5 VOICE COMMAND

    The G9 allows you to perform certain actions by simply using your

    voice. Using advanced Voice Recognition, you can control the G9

    completely handsfree.

    The default Voice Command language is English. Other languages

    can be selected via the Cardo Community platform including

    German, French, Italian and Spanish (see section 3).

    Throughout this manual, features which are available via Voice

    Command are marked with the icon.

    VOICE COMMAND TABLE:

    1. In Standby Mode (no call in progress), tap the Voice Command

    button or speak any word loudly to activate VOX

    2. Speak a Voice Command from the table below:

    Current Mode Desired Action Say this:

    Standby / FM /

    A2DP / AUX

    “One+8” Intercom Call* <<G9 Buddy Name>>*

    Intercom call with A or B “Call Intercom”

    Standby Start A2DP “Music ON”

    Turn on FM “Radio ON”

    FM Turn o FM “Radio OFF”

    A2DP Stop / Pause A2DP “Music OFF”

    *see Section 5.1 for details

    NOTE: Voice Command performance may vary based on

    environmental conditions including driving speed, helmet type and

    ambient noise.

    For improved performance of the Voice Command feature, minimize

    wind impact on the microphone by using the large microphone

    sponge and closing the visor.

    4.6 SETTINGS CUSTOMIZATION

    Your G9 oers various customizable settings, allowing you to

    personalize it according to your preferences. Among these

    settings, you can:

    • Enable/Disable Spoken Status Announcements, i.e.

    informing you about the respective connectivity status, like

    if you are in mobile phone or intercom mode, and conrm

    changes of such modes. By default the feature is ON.

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  • • Set custom AGC and VOX sensitivity levels suited to your

    specic riding style and conditions.

    G9 settings can be customized in two ways:

    • Via the Cardo Community platform at

    http://community.cardosystems.com (requires Windows PC).

    See Section 3.

    • Via the Voice Menu and the buttons on your G9 unit – see below.

    4.7 VOICE MENU

    The Voice menu is available in several languages.

    1. While on standby, press and hold the Channel “A” button and

    Channel “B” button simultaneously for 2 seconds while on

    standby.

    2. After entering the menu, follow the voice instructions in

    English or choose your preferred language.

    5. INTERCOM CONFIGURATION

    The scala rider G9 allows Bike-to-Bike full duplex intercom

    communication at a range of up to 1 mile / 1.6 km (subject to

    terrain) with antenna open and within line of sight.

    Open the antenna for

    maximum range

    Pairing with another scala rider G9

    To chat with another scala rider device via Intercom, rst pair the

    scala rider G9 to the second device. Pairing is a one-time process.

    Once paired, the scala rider G9 will automatically recognize the

    second unit whenever it is within range.

    NOTE: If you have purchased the G9 PowerSet, the retail package

    contains two factory-paired units congured to communicate via

    their Channel A buttons.

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    Intercom communication is possible using one of the three

    Intercom modes:

    Section 

    5.1

    “One+8” Intercom 

    Toggling Mode

    (scala rider G9 only)

    2-way Intercom conversations

    within a group of up to eight other

    “One+8” Buddies

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    Intercom Conference

    Mode (all scala rider

    models)*

    Intercom Conferencing (2-way,

    3-way and 4-way) (Channel “A”

    and “B”)

    Section 

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    Click-to-Link

    (scala rider G9 and G4

    models)

    1-on-1 spontaneous intercom

    conversations with random

    scala rider users near you who are

    not already paired to your G9

    * Intercom Conference calls available only on G4 and G9 models.

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  • Intercom Compatibility

    Your scala rider G9 is compatible with all scala rider intercom

    models for intercom calls. In addition, it is also compatible with

    the Schuberth SRC-System™. Intercom range with other models is

    limited to the distance of the device with the shorter range.

    For instructions on how to pair and use your scala rider G9 with

    other scala rider models, please visit

    www.cardosystems.com/compatibility.

    5.1 “ONE+8” INTERCOM TOGGLING MODE

    Pair with up to 8 other G9 devices (“One+8” Buddies) and

    connect with one at a time by pronouncing their name.

    5.1a CONFIGURING YOUR G9 BUDDY NAME

    “One+8” Intercom Toggling allows you to connect to a “One+8”

    Buddy by simply saying the Buddy Name they assigned to their G9.

    IMPORTANT! Before using “One+8” Intercom, you should assign

    your G9 device(s) a Buddy Name, so that other “One+8” participants

    can call you by this name.

    If you change your G9 Buddy Name, you must Flash Pair again with

    your “One+8” Buddies for their G9 to receive your new Buddy Name.

    Visit the Cardo Community platform

    http://community.cardosystems.com to assign your G9

    device’s Buddy Name using your PC. See Section 3 for more

    details.

    Until you assign a Buddy Name to your G9, it will be known by

    its generic “One+8” Buddy name, “scala rider”.

    “One+8” Intercom Buddies will be able to connect to your G9 by

    manually choosing your G9 from their “One+8” Intercom Buddy

    List (see Section 6.1: Option 2: Manual Mode).

    5.1b HEARING YOUR ASSIGNED NAME

    To hear the name you have chosen for your G9:

    1. Start with the G9 in Standby mode.

    2. Simultaneously tap the Voice Command and Channel “B” buttons.

    3. You will hear the Buddy name of your G9 through the speakers.

    5.1c PAIRING WITH A “ONE+8” INTERCOM BUDDY

    Flash-Pairing™

    Use Flash-Pairing to add a new “One+8” Buddy within

    seconds.

    1. Remove both G9 units from their Audio Kits and check they

    are in Standby Mode (slow single blue ashing).

    2. Bump the two G9 units gently against each other and hold

    them side by side.

    CLICK !KLICK!

    3. If Flash-Pairing was successful, a purple light appears for

    2 seconds.

    NOTE: If your scala rider G9 already has a full list of 8 paired

    “One+8” Intercom Buddies, pairing another buddy will replace the

    buddy that you have not spoken to for the longest time.

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  • Pairing Online – Cardo Community®

    You can nd your friends and add them to your “One+8” Buddy

    list via the Cardo Community website at:

    http://community.cardosystems.com

    5.1d

    PAIRED DEVICE INDICATION

    Use the Paired Device indication to quickly see which G9 units

    within a range of 60ft./20m are your “One+8” Intercom Buddies.

    1. Press and hold the Voice Command button for 5 seconds.

    2. If your G9 and another nearby G9 are paired as “One+8”

    Buddies, both your Purple lights will turn on for 2 seconds.

    3. If they aren’t paired as “One+8” Buddies, pair them in seconds

    using Flash-Pairing (see Section 5.1c).

    5.2 INTERCOM CONFERENCE MODE

    Start multi-party conversations using the Channel A and B buttons

    on your G9. This mode is suitable for 2, 3 or 4-way calls.

    Pairing between scala rider G9s can be done either via Flash-

    Pairing

    (see below) or by manually pairing the Channel A and B

    buttons as described in the following sections.

    INTERCOM CHANNELS AND PAIRING LED INDICATION

    INTERCOM

    CHANNEL

    PAIRING / CONNECTION

    BUTTON

    PAIRING MODE LED

    INDICATORS

    Channel “A” Channel “A” BUTTON Rapid RED ashing

    Channel “B” Channel “B” BUTTON Rapid BLUE ashing

    5.2a TWOWAY INTERCOM

    If you have purchased the G9 PowerSet, both units are factory-

    paired and congured to communicate via their respective

    Channel “A” Buttons. If for any reason you have to pair them again,

    OR if you purchased a single scala rider G9 and wish to pair with

    a second unit to make Intercom calls, proceed as follows:

    METHOD 1: Flash-Pairing with Channel A and B

    buttons

    1. Remove two G9 units from the Audio Kits and verify they are

    in Standby Mode (slow single blue ashing).

    2. Tap the Channel button (“A” or “B”) on the rst G9 unit and the

    purple light begins ashing.

    3. Tap the Channel button (“A” or “B”) on the second G9 unit and

    the purple light begins ashing.

    NOTE: Selecting a Channel that is already in use will override the

    existing paired device on that Channel with the newly-paired device.

    4. Within 5 seconds of tapping a Channel button, bump the two

    G9 units gently against each other and hold them side by side.

    CLICK !KLICK!

    5. If Flash-Pairing was successful, a purple light appears for 2 seconds.

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  • METHOD 2: Manual Pairing with Channel A / B buttons

    1. Check that both G9s are ON and in Standby mode (single BLUE

    ash every 3 seconds).

    2. Choose a channel to pair the G9 unit (Channel “A” or “B”).

    NOTE: Selecting a Channel that is already in use will override the

    existing paired device on that Channel with the newly paired device.

    3. Press and hold the chosen Channel Button (“A” or “B”) on the

    rst G9 for at least 5 seconds until the BLUE or RED LED begins

    ashing rapidly, indicating it is in Intercom Pairing mode (see

    Table in section 5.2).

    4. Immediately repeat Steps 2-3 for the second G9 unit. Both units

    will now be in Intercom Pairing mode.

    5. After a few seconds, both G9s will show a solid light for

    2 seconds, indicating that they are paired, connected and

    ready to use.

    NOTE: If Pairing is not completed within two minutes, the G9 will

    return to Standby mode.

    5.2b THREEWAY INTERCOM

    If you purchased the scala rider G9 PowerSet, both units are

    factory-paired and congured to communicate via their respective

    Channel “A” Buttons. To pair a third scala rider G9 use Channel “B”.

    To set up three-way intercom conference mode proceed as

    follows:

    Use Channel “B”

    Use Channel “A”

    Rider 2

    Rider 3

    Rider 1

    Rider “1” is paired to Rider “2” and also to Rider “3”.

    PAIRING THREE SCALA RIDER G9 UNITS

    1. Rider 1 pairs their device to Rider 2 using Channel “A” as

    described in section 5.2a.

    2. Rider 1 pairs their device to Rider 3 using Channel “B” as

    described in section 5.2a.

    The Three-Way Conference Intercom Pairing is now complete

    and ready to use.

    IMPORTANT: Three-Way Conference Mode Considerations

    During a 3-Way Intercom Conference call with 2 other participants,

    Rider 1 will not be able to receive mobile phone calls or GPS

    navigation instructions as long as the call is in progress.

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  • 5.2c FOURWAY INTERCOM

    To set up four-way intercom conference mode proceed as

    follows:

    In this conguration the two passengers (numbered 2 and 4) are

    each using two Bluetooth connections:

    Passenger 2 is paired to Rider 1 and to Passenger 4

    Passenger 4 is paired to Rider 3 and to Passenger 2

    PAIRING FOUR SCALA RIDER G9 UNITS

    1. Pair Rider 1 to Passenger 2 using Channel “A” (see section 5.2a).

    2. Pair Rider 3 to Passenger 4 using Channel “A” (see section 5.2a).

    3. Pair Passenger 2 to Passenger 4 using Channel “B” (see

    section 5.2a).

    The Four-Way Pairing is complete and ready to use.

    IMPORTANT: Four-Way Conference Mode Considerations

    During a 4-Way Intercom call, the two passengers who maintain two

    active connections simultaneously will not be able to receive mobile

    phone calls or GPS instructions as long as the conference call is in

    progress.

    5.3 CLICKTOLINK INTERCOM MODE

    Click-to-Link is a spontaneous, “social” feature of your G9.

    Use Click-to-Link to instantly initiate 1-on-1 intercom calls

    with other scala rider users near you, without those users

    already being paired to you. Think of it as a private Bike-to-Bike

    channel that you can set up on-the-go with other scala rider G9 or

    G4 users that you see along the way.

    The Click-to-Link feature can be disabled on your G9 eectively blocking

    any attempt by a third party to send a Click-to-Link request to you.

    ENABLE/DISABLE CLICKTOLINK

    The feature can be turned on or o via the Voice Menu (see

    Section 4.7)

    NOTE: By default, Click-to-Link is DISABLED.

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  • 6. USING THE INTERCOM

    6.1 MAKING 2WAY INTERCOM CALLS

    There are two ways to start an intercom call with devices that are

    paired to your scala rider G9.

    OPTION 1: Voice Connect (VOX) Intercom Call

    Use this for either “One+8” Intercom or 2-way Intercom

    Calls (Channel “A” or “B”)

    1. Speak any word loudly into the microphone to open the

    Intercom channel.

    2. When you hear the Voice Command tone, say:

    • the name of a ”One+8” Intercom Buddy i.e. “John Smith”

    • or say “Call Intercom” to start an intercom call with Rider A

    and / or Rider B (subject to who is present)

    NOTE: VOX Intercom call with only Rider A or Rider B will end

    automatically after 30 seconds of silence.

    OPTION 2: Manual Mode

    Channel A button

    Connect to Rider A

    Voice Command button

    “One+8“ Intercom

    Channel B button

    Connect to Rider B

    Use this to start an Intercom call with either:

    • ”RIDER A” – tap Channel A button

    • ”RIDER B” – tap Channel B button

    • “One+8” Intercom Buddy – See table below

    To end a call tap the respective button again.

    “One+8” Intercom

    SAY THE NAME:

    OR

    CHOOSE THE NAME (from your Buddy List):

    a. Tap the Voice

    Command

    button

    b. Speak the

    name of

    the “One+8”

    Intercom

    Buddy

    a. Press and hold the Voice Command button

    for 2 seconds

    b. The G9 plays the names of all pre-paired

    “One+8” Intercom buddies.

    c. Once you hear the name of the Buddy

    you wish to call, tap the Voice Command

    button or speak any word loudly into the

    microphone.

    To cancel “One+8” Buddy List playback:

    Press and hold the Voice Command button for

    2 seconds.

    NOTE: Voice Command performance may vary based on

    environmental conditions including driving speed, helmet type

    and ambient noise.

    For improved performance of the Voice Command feature,

    minimize the wind impact on the microphone by using the large

    microphone sponge and closing the visor.

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  • 6.2 MAKING 3WAY INTERCOM CALLS

    To start an Intercom Conference Call with Channel “A” and “B”:

    OPTION 1: Voice Connect VOX

    1. Speak any word loudly into the microphone to open the

    Intercom channel.

    2. When you hear the Voice Command tone, say: “Call Intercom”

    to make an intercom call with Rider A and Rider B.

    OPTION 2: Manual Mode

    1. Add Channel “A”: Tap the Channel “A” Button

    2. Add Channel “B”: Tap the Channel “B” Button

    If you are already in an Intercom Call with Rider A or B, you can add

    another rider (A or B) by tapping the respective button, or another

    rider can join the intercom call in the same way.

    To end Intercom Call press the respective Channel “A” or “B” Button.

    NOTE: 3 and 4-way intercom calls can only be made using Channel

    “A” and Channel “B”.

    6.3 MAKING 4WAY INTERCOM CALLS

    Once you have successfully paired the four G9s as described in

    5.2c. proceed as follows:

    1. Make sure all four G9s are in Standby mode.

    2. Passenger 2 should tap Button “B” to initiate an Intercom call

    with Passenger 4. Wait until audio is heard on both G9s.

    3. Rider 1 should tap Button “A” to initiate an Intercom call with

    Passenger 2.

    4. Rider 3 should tap Button “A” to initiate an Intercom call with

    Passenger 4.

    Now the 4-way Intercom conference mode is established.

    6.4 USING CLICKTOLINK INTERCOM

    If you want to… Perform this action:

    Make

    Click-to-Link

    calls

    Start a Click-to-Link call

    request

    (search lasts up to 10

    seconds)

    Double tap the Channel“A”

    Button

    End a Click-to-Link call /

    Cancel a Click-to-Link call

    request

    Tap the Channel “A” Button

    Receive

    Click-to-Link

    calls

    Accept a Click-to-Link call When hearing the

    Click-to-Link ringtone:

    Tap the Channel “A” Button

    or Speak any word loudly

    to answer by VOX

    Reject a Click-to-Link call While hearing the

    Click-to-Link ringtone:

    Remain silent until the ring

    tone stops

    If other scala rider users are nearby, your next Click-to-Link call

    may randomly connect to any of them.

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  • 6.5 RECEIVING INTERCOM CALLS

    • If another paired scala rider G9 tries calling you via Intercom,

    the call will begin almost instantly.

    • If you receive a “One+8” intercom call from someone who is not

    in your Buddy list, you will hear a ringtone.

    Tap the Channel “A” button to accept the Intercom call, or

    remain silent until the ringtone stops to reject the call.

    6.6 BUSY SIGNAL

    When attempting to establish an Intercom call with another device

    that is already busy, a busy signal will be heard. The G9 is busy

    while on a phone call, intercom call with Channels “A” and “B”,

    “One+8” intercom call or Click-to-Link call.

    6.7 GROUP SIGNAL

    Send an instant message to all paired G9s within a range of

    up to 350 m / 1,150 ft. The recipients will hear a “Signal!”

    voice announcement. To reach a maximum number of riders, the

    message is automatically forwarded to all paired G9s within the

    recipient’s range. In this manner the total range is extended to up

    to 1 km / 3,280 ft.

    Activating the Group Signal: Double tap the Voice Command

    button to send a Group Signal at any time.

    NOTE: The transfer of wireless signals is subject to multiple external

    factors. Therefore, users may use but should not rely on the Group

    Signal for emergency purposes.

    6.8 VOICE CONNECT VOX SETTINGS

    The G9 oers VOX technology for safe and hands-free

    operation of some key functions.

    The VOX feature can be customized to adjust its sensitivity level.

    VOX activation for Intercom calls can also be disabled completely.

    You can choose between ‘Regular’ (default), ‘Low’ and ‘High’ VOX

    sensitivity. If you experience diculties starting a conversation

    using VOX, change the setting to ‘High’ via the Cardo Community

    website or directly on your G9 via the Voice Menu (see Section 4.6).

    ENABLE/DISABLE VOX

    Press and hold Volume Up and Down buttons simultaneously for

    2 seconds.

    Feedback:

    • Enable: Blue ash for 2 seconds

    • Disable: Red ash for 2 seconds

    For incoming calls, just pronounce loudly any word (e.g. “hello”).

    To reject an incoming call, remain silent for about 15 seconds.

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  • 7. PAIRING AND USING A MOBIlE PHONE,

    GPS OR MP3 PlAYER

    To connect your scala rider G9 to a Bluetooth device you must

    rst pair them. Pairing is a one-time process. Once paired, the

    Bluetooth device and the scala rider G9 will automatically

    recognize each other whenever they are within range (10m / 33ft).

    Your scala rider G9 oers Multiple Device Connectivity (“MDC”) :

    ➤ Intercom with up to 10 other scala rider G9 units (Rider A,

    Rider B, and “One+8” Buddies)

    ➤ Bluetooth Mobile Phone / GPS device

    ➤ Bluetooth A2DP Music Player

    7.1 MOBILE PHONE

    • Make and receive calls

    • Listen to Music via A2DP (with compatible phones)

    7.1a PAIRING A MOBILE PHONE

    If using both a Bluetooth GPS and Mobile Phone, pair the mobile

    phone to the GPS device. See Section 7.2

    1. Turn on your mobile phone and make sure the Bluetooth

    function is activated.

    2. Verify that the scala rider G9 is turned ON and in Standby

    mode. (single BLUE ash every 3 seconds).

    3. Press and hold the Mobile Button for at least 6 seconds. The

    G9 will rst ash RED. Continue to hold the button until the

    RED and BLUE lights begin rapidly alternating.

    4. Search for Bluetooth devices on your phone by following the

    phone’s instructions. Consult your phone’s User Manual for

    more information.

    5. After a few seconds the phone will list “scala rider G9” as a

    discovered device. Select “scala rider G9” from the list.

    6. If prompted for a PIN or Passkey, enter 0000 (four zeros).

    7. The phone will conrm that pairing has succeeded and the

    scala rider G9

    will begin ashing slowly in BLUE.

    NOTES:

    • If Pairing is not completed within 2 minutes, the scala rider G9 will

    return to Standby mode.

    • Not all Bluetooth mobile phones can broadcast Bluetooth Stereo

    music (A2DP), even if the phone has an MP3 player function. Consult

    your mobile phone’s User Manual for more information.

    • After pairing, you may need to tap the Mobile Button to connect the

    scala rider G9

    to the phone.

    7.1b MAKING AND RECEIVING PHONE CALLS

    BASIC FUNCTIONS

    Answer a call Tap the Mobile Button or speak any word

    loudly to answer by VOX

    Reject a call Remain silent for 15 seconds, or press and

    hold the Mobile Button for 2 seconds

    End a call Tap the Mobile Button

    Voice Dial* (if supported

    by mobile phone)

    Tap the Mobile Button and follow the

    prompt from the mobile

    Redial* Tap the Mobile Button twice

    INTERCOM CONFERENCE MODE

    Add/Remove Channel

    “A” to/from a call

    Tap the Channel “A” button while on a

    phone call

    Add/Remove Channel

    “B” to/from a call

    Tap the Channel “B” button while on a

    phone call

    *This feature is not available during intercom or mobile calls

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  • 7.1c HOT DIAL

    Call a pre-programmed phone number automatically at the push

    of a button.

    1. Congure your G9’s Hot Dial number via the Cardo Community

    at http://community.cardosystems.com. See Section 3 for

    more details.

    2. To call your Hot Dial number, tap the Channel “A” and Channel

    “B” buttons simultaneously.

    7.2 PAIRING A GPS DEVICE

    • Receive GPS navigation instructions

    NOTES:

    Not all Bluetooth GPS devices allow connections to Bluetooth

    audio devices. Please consult your GPS User Manual for more

    information.

    If Pairing is not completed within 2 minutes, the scala rider G9 will

    return to Standby mode.

    1. Turn on your GPS.

    2. Verify that your G9 is turned ON and in Standby mode (single

    BLUE ash every 3 seconds).

    3. Press and hold the Volume Up Button for at least 5 seconds,

    until the PURPLE light begins ashing rapidly.

    4. Search for Bluetooth device on the GPS device by following the

    instructions in the GPS User Manual.

    5. Once your GPS lists the scala rider G9 as a discovered device,

    select it.

    6. If prompted for a PIN or Passkey, enter 0000 (four zeros).

    7. Your GPS will conrm that pairing has succeeded and the

    scala rider G9 will begin ashing slowly in BLUE.

    IMPORTANT: If you wish to use a mobile phone and GPS device with

    the scala rider G9, pair the mobile phone directly to the GPS device.

    7.3 MUSIC STREAMING VIA A2DP

    7.3a PAIRING TO AN A2DP MUSIC PLAYER

    • Listen to Stereo Music via A2DP (non-mobile phone

    device)

    NOTE: The scala rider G9 can also receive audio via the enclosed

    cable from non-Bluetooth MP3 Players or audio sources as

    described in section 7.4.

    1. Turn on the Music Player and make sure that Bluetooth

    function is activated.

    2. Verify that the scala rider G9 is turned ON and in Standby

    mode (single BLUE ash every 3 seconds).

    3. Press and hold the Mobile Button for at least 6 seconds. The G9

    will rst ash RED. Continue to hold the button until the RED

    and BLUE lights begin rapidly alternating.

    4. Search for Bluetooth device on the Music Player by following

    the device’s instructions.

    5. Once your Music Player lists the “scala rider G9” as a

    discovered device, select it.

    6. If prompted for a PIN or Passkey, enter 0000 (four zeros).

    7. The Music Player may conrm that pairing has succeeded, and

    the scala rider G9 will begin ashing slowly in BLUE.

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  • NOTE: If Pairing is not completed within two minutes, the

    scala rider G9 will return to Standby mode.

    7.3b LISTENING TO MUSIC VIA A2DP

    BASIC FUNCTIONS Available only on AVRCP compatible Bluetooth

    audio sources

    Play Press and hold the MP3 Button for 2 seconds

    Pause/Stop Press and hold the MP3 Button for 2 seconds

    Forward Press and hold the Volume Up Button for 2 seconds

    Rewind* Press and hold the Volume Down Button for 2 seconds

    *With some phones you may need to repeat this action

    SWITCHING BETWEEN A2DP AUDIO SOURCES

    If a Music Player is paired, the scala rider G9 will use it as the

    default A2DP audio source.

    1. Stop the music playback from the current device.

    2. Start music playback from the other device.

    7.4 CABLECONNECTED MP3 PLAYERS

    7.4a CONNECTING YOUR MUSIC PLAYER VIA THE AUX

    The AUX Line-in Port is used to connect a non-Bluetooth audio

    source with a 3.5 mm–⁄” stereo jack using the enclosed cable.

    AUX Line-in Port

    1. Verify that the scala rider G9 is turned ON and in Standby

    mode (single BLUE ash every 3 seconds).

    2. Connect the MP3 cable to the Music Player’s jack and insert

    the other end of the cable into the AUX Line-in Port.

    7.4b

    LISTENING TO MUSIC VIA THE AUX

    To listen to music from a cable-connected device, operate the

    Music Player using its buttons as usual (FF/REW/ PLAY/PAUSE).

    8. FM RADIO

    Your scala rider G9 includes a built-in FM radio with a 6

    Preset memory and RDS (Radio Data System).

    8.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS

    Turn on Radio Press and hold the Channel “B” button for 2 seconds

    Turn o Radio Press and hold the Channel “B” button for 2 seconds

    Preset stations can be saved via the Cardo Community platform

    online conguration tool or directly from your G9 device.

    1. Turn on the Radio.

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  • 2. Select a Preset number you wish to set (Preset 1 – 6) by

    tapping the Channel “B” button until the desired Preset is

    heard.

    3. Find an FM station to save using Seek or Scan (see 8.2 RADIO

    TUNING).

    8.2 RADIO TUNING

    Seek and Save: (Find the next FM station)

    1. Press and hold the Volume Up or Volume Down Button for

    2 seconds.

    • Pressing Volume Up searches upwards (higher frequency) for

    a station

    • Pressing Volume Down searches downwards (lower

    frequency) for a station

    2. Tap the Channel “B” button within 20 seconds of nding the

    FM station to save it as the current Preset.

    Scan and Save: Scan through FM stations

    1. Press and hold the Volume Up button for 5 seconds. The G9

    will search upwards (higher frequency) for a station. When a

    station is found, it can be heard for a few seconds.

    2. To stop the scan on this station: Tap the Volume Up Button.

    3. Tap the Channel “B” button within 20 seconds of nding the

    FM station to save it as the current Preset.

    4. To continue scan: Wait for the next station to be found.

    NOTE: During Scan, tap the Channel “B” button to Fast Save the

    current FM station as the current Preset

    8.3 AUTOMATIC RADIO TUNING

    This feature makes nding new stations fast and easy by automatically

    creating a temporary list of 6 “on-the-go” radio stations.

    1. Turn on the Radio.

    2. Press and hold the Volume Down button for 5 seconds.

    3. Your G9 will search upwards (higher frequency) from the

    current station and store the next 6 FM stations it discovers as

    “on the go” stations.

    4. If desired, repeat from Step 2 to store the next 6 FM stations as

    “on the go” stations.

    NOTE: These 6 temporary “on the go” stations cannot be saved

    and do not replace the FM Presets you may have saved.

    Turning o your G9 will clear the Automatic Radio Tuning stations

    and restore the FM Presets.

    8.4 RDS ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES

    This feature allows your G9 to automatically re-tune to the

    strongest frequency available for the FM station you are listening

    to when the rst signal becomes too weak.

    Toggle RDS On/O

    (Default: O)

    1. Turn on Radio.

    2. Press and hold Volume Up and Volume Down buttons

    simultaneously for 2 seconds.

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  • 9. TROUBlESHOOTING CONNECTIONS

    RESET PAIRING

    To delete your paired devices (not including “One+8” pairings):

    1. Verify that your G9 is turned ON and in Standby mode (single

    BLUE ash every 3 seconds).

    2. Press and hold the Mobile Button for at least 6 seconds. The G9

    will rst ash RED. Continue to hold the button until the RED

    and BLUE lights begin rapidly alternating.

    3. Press and hold the Volume Up Button for 2 seconds.

    4. The PURPLE light will ash 5 times and then the

    scala rider G9 will turn OFF, indicating that the Reset was

    successfully completed.

    10. SUPPORT

    For additional information please visit our website at

    www.cardosystems.com

    FAQ: www.cardosystems.com/support/faq

    or contact us at: [email protected]

    Phone: USA and Canada: 1-800-488-0363

    International: +49 89 450 36819

    IMPORTANT

    MULTINATIONAL ELECTRONIC COMMERCE COMPANIES AND ONLINE AUCTION WEBSITES ARE NOT

    AUTHORIZED TO SELL CARDO PRODUCTS AND PURCHASES FROM SUCH SITES ARE AT YOUR OWN

    RISK. TO RECEIVE WARRANTY OR CUSTOMER SERVICE, YOU MUST SUBMIT ORIGINAL RECEIPTS

    FROM AUTHORIZED CARDO DEALERS.

    PRODUCTS THAT WERE IMPORTED FROM NORTH AMERICA MUST ALSO BE SERVICED IN THE USA.

    11. NOTICES

    Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement

    15.21

    You are cautioned that changes or modications not expressly approved by the part responsible

    for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    15.105(b)

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,

    pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection

    against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can

    radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,

    may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that

    interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful

    interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment

    o and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following

    measures:

    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

    • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

    • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit dierent from that to which the receiver is

    connected.

    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

    1) this device may not cause interference and

    2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired

    operation of the device.

    FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:

    This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.

    End users must follow the specic operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. The

    antenna used for this transmitter must not transmit simultaneously with any other antenna or

    transmitter, except in accordance with FCC/IC multi-transmitter product procedures.

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  • Industry Canada (IC)

    This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to

    the following two conditions:

    1) this device may not cause interference and

    2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired

    operation of the device.

    IC RF Radiation Exposure St atement:

    This equipment complies with the RSS-102 exemption from routine RF exposure evaluation for use

    in an uncontrolled environment.

    European CE Notice 

    Your Cardo product (the “Product”) is in conformity with the following essential requirements

    of Council Directive 1999/5/EC (referred to as R&TTE Directive): Articles 3.1a, 3.1.b and 3.2. The

    Product is manufactured in accordance with Annex II of the above directive.

    Declaration of Con formity (DOC)

    The Product is compliant with and adopts the Bluetooth® Specication 2.1 and has successfully

    passed all interoperability tests that are specied in the Bluetooth® specication. However,

    interoperability between the device and other Bluetooth®-enabled products is not guaranteed.

    Copyright 

    The contents of this User Guide, including all text, illustrations and drawings are the exclusive

    intellectual property of Cardo Systems, Inc. (the “Company”) and are protected by copyright

    laws. They are not in the public domain. Any partial or total reproduction, translation and or

    dissemination, without the prior written authorization by the Company are strictly prohibited.

    Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.

    IMPORTA NT SAFETY AND WARRANTY INFORMATION – 

    WAIVER AND GENERAL RELEASE

    WARNING:

    Cardo Systems Inc., (“Cardo” or the “Company”) noties you that your complete and undivided

    attention is required when using a communication device (the “Product”) while riding. Failure to

    avoid potentially hazardous situations could result in accident resulting in serious injury or death.

    Cardo advises you to take all necessary precautions and remain alert to the trac, weather and all

    road conditions. It is best to stop away from trac prior to activating or deactivating the Product

    or initiating or receiving any calls.

    Do not perform pairing, linking or similar operations while riding. All publications are intended to

    address technical capabilities and should not be construed as encouraging the operation of Cardo’s

    Products in any manner that is unsafe or prohibited by law.

    Exercise all due caution while using this Product and obey all applicable trac laws. Always ride

    and use the Product in a safe manner. Do not become distracted by the Product while riding on a

    vehicle. When riding, always consider road, trac, terrain and other conditions to maximize safety.

    Do not operate the Product if it becomes unsafe to do so.

    In some regions or states, the use of mobile communications systems is prohibited or restricted.

    Check all laws and regulations that apply to your region before using the Product and be

    mindful that compliance with all laws and regulations is the user’s responsibility. Use the

    Product in motion only where and in the manner that such devices are permitted by applicable

    law. The Product should not be used in contravention of local, state or federal laws and

    regulations. Please check federal, state and local laws and regulations before using your Cardo

    Product.

    No part of the body should come in contact with the antenna during operation of the equipment.

    Use Product only where safe, and avoid usage at gas stations, fuel depots or around explosives. Use

    with hearing aids and medical devices only after consulting a physician or specialist. Make sure to

    install and mount the Product in a stable manner.

    HEALTH WARNINGS:

    Hearing Loss

    Audio devices can cause hearing loss. Employ care and avoid exposure to excessive volume

    levels that may damage or impair hearing or lead to hearing loss. Permanent hearing loss

    may occur if Products are used at high volume for prolonged periods of time.

    RF Si gnals

    Most electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain electronic

    equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals emanating from your wireless

    equipment.

    Pacemakers

    The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of about

    six inches (or 16 cm) to be maintained between a mobile phone or wireless device and a pacemaker

    to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. Be sure not to interfere with the functionality

    of personal medical devices.

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  • Hearing Aids

    Some devices may interfere with certain hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you should

    consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.

    Other Medical Devices

    If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device and/ or your

    physician to determine if it is adequately shielded from interference caused by external RF energy.

    Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

    LIMITED WARRANTY

    Subject to the applicable laws and regulations in your jurisdiction, your Product is covered by a

    Two-Year Limited product warranty from the date of original purchase. Please retain the retail

    sales receipt and your registration data for proof of purchase.

    Subject to the aforementioned, Cardo hereby represents that this Product is warranted to be

    free from defects in materials or workmanship (proof of purchase and registration required).

    Within the subject period, Cardo will, at its sole option, repair or replace any components that

    fail in normal use. Such repairs or replacements will be made at no charge to the customer

    for parts or labor, provided that the customer shall be responsible for any shipping cost. This

    warranty does not cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident or unauthorized alteration or

    repairs.

    This Product is intended to be used only as a communication and entertainment device and should

    not be used in any location or jurisdiction where its use is prohibited.

    The warranties and remedies contained herein are exclusive and in lieu of all other

    warranties express, implied or statutory, including any liability arising under any warranty of

    merchantibility or tness for a particular purpose, statutory or otherwise that Cardo specically

    disclaims. This warranty gives you specic legal rights which may vary from state to state or

    from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Cardo makes no other warranties express or implied beyond

    those stated specically herein. This warranty is extended by Cardo solely to the original

    purchaser and is not assignable or transferable to others. Cardo assumes no obligation or

    liability for additions or modications to this warranty unless made in writing and signed by an

    ocer of the company.

    Batteries are warranted only if the battery capacity falls below 50% of rated capacity or if the

    battery develops leakage.

    IMPORTANT: Do not store your Product without charging it from time to time for periods in

    excess of six months, as this may cause irreversible damage to the capacity of your

    battery. Your warranty will not cover such events.

    This warranty also becomes void if:

    a. any of the seals on the case or battery are broken or Product or battery show signs of tampering,

    b. the battery is used in equipment other than the equipment for which it was intended.

    c. the Product is used in contravention of its intended purpose

    d. the Product was purchased from online auctions

    Cardo assumes no responsibility resulting from the use of non-Cardo components or products in

    conjunction with its Products, and specically the use of third party chargers or Bluetooth® devices.

    Furthermore, Cardo is not responsible for any damage to any part of the Product resulting from the

    use of ancillary equipment not furnished by Cardo which is attached to or used in connection with

    the Product.

    No t covered by the warranty:

    1. Defects or damage resulting from the use of this Product in other than its normal and customary

    manner.

    2. Defects or damage from misuse, accident or neglect.

    3. Defects caused by improper operation, maintenance, installation, adjustment or modication of

    any kind (incl. long-term storage without periodic charging of the battery).

    4. Products opened, disassembled or repaired by non-authorized parties.

    5. Defects or damage due to exposure to excessive temperatures, adverse weather conditions,

    external impacts or spills of food or liquid.

    6. All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged after

    purchase.

    Disclaimer of Warranty

    Cardo disclaims all express and implied warranties with regard to the enclosed device,

    including without limitation any implied warranties of merchantability, tness for a particular

    purpose, and non-infringement. The device and its accessories are provided “as is” and “as

    available” without warranty of any kind beyond those assumed in the enclosed manual.

    LIMITATION OF LIA BILITY

    In no event shall Cardo be liable for any incidental, special, indirect, punitive, exemplary or

    consequential damages, whether resulting from the use, misuse, or inability to use this product

    or from defects in the product, or for any damages whatsoever resulting from the use of the

    product, whether based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), product liability

    or otherwise even if advised of the possibility of such damages. You acknowledge and agree

    that the limitations set forth above are fundamental elements of this agreement to which you

    consent and without which the product would not be provided to you absent such limitations.

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  • Some states do not allow certain exclusions of incidental or consequential damages, so the

    above limitations may not apply to you.

    Cardo retains the exclusive right to repair or replace (with a new or newly-refurbished replacement

    Product) the device or software or give a refund of the purchase price at its sole discretion. SUCH REMEDY

    SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.

    Warranty Service

    To obtain warranty service, your Product must be registered. Register online at:

    www.cardosyst em s.com/registr ation. Please present the Product, along with your registration

    number, bill of sale (receipt) at any authorized Service Center or at the store from which you have

    purchased the Product.

    To obtain warranty service, contact Cardo’s product support and obtain an RMA tracking number,

    or contact your local Cardo authorized dealer. Ship securely with a copy of the original sales receipt

    which is required as proof of purchase for warranty repairs. The RMA tracking number should be

    written on the outside of the package. Send the Product freight charges prepaid, to the Cardo

    address as directed by Cardo.

    Online Auction Purchases: Online auction conrmations are not accepted for warranty verication.

    To obtain warranty service, an original or copy of the sales receipt from the original retailer is

    required. Cardo will not replace missing components from online auction sites.

    Other manufacturers: Cardo is not responsible for and expressly disclaims any responsibility for

    how Cardo Products are used or misused arising out of use with products, services or information

    of other vendors.

    WAIVER AN D GENERAL RELEASE

    By using the Product, you will waive substantial legal rights including the right to sue. Please read

    the following carefully before using the Product.

    By using the Product, you are irrevocably releasing, indemnifying from any liability, loss, claim

    and expense (including attorneys fees) and holding Cardo harmless for any bodily injuries, harm or

    death as well as losses or damages in goods, to any vehicles including your own, or to any property

    or asset that belong to you or to third parties, any of which may result from using the Product

    under any circumstances or conditions and irrespective of jurisdiction.

    1. You, your heirs, legal representatives, successors or assigns, hereby voluntarily and forever release,

    discharge, indemnify and hold harmless Cardo from any and all litigation, claims, debts, demands,

    actions and liability which may arise, directly or indirectly, from using the Product for any distress,

    pain, suering, discomfort, loss, injury, death, damages to or in respect to any person or property

    however caused, WHETHER ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, and which may hereafter

    accrue to you on some future date as a result of said use, to the fullest extent permitted by law.

    2. You fully understand and assume the risks in using the Product, including risk of negligent acts or

    omissions by others. All risks for operating the Product are assumed solely by the user of the Product.

    3. You conrm that you are physically capable to use the Product and that you have no medical

    conditions or needs that may infringe upon your abilities to do so in a safe manner. You further

    conrm that you will not consume any alcohol that may aect your alertness or any mind-altering

    substance, and will not carry, use or consume these substances before or during the use of the Product.

    4. You fully acknowledge our warnings and understand that:

    (a) risks exist in using the Product while in trac, including but not limited to injury or illness,

    strains, fractures, partial and/or total paralysis, death or other ailments that could cause

    serious disability;

    (b) these risks may be caused by the negligence of the manufacturers or its agents or any third

    party involved in the Product;

    (c) these risks and dangers may arise from foreseeable or unforeseeable causes.

    You hereby assume all risks and dangers and all responsibility for any losses and/or damages, whether

    caused in whole or in part by the negligence or other conduct of others, including Cardo.

    5. By using the Product, you conrm that you have read this release of liability and fully

    understand and accept its terms and conditions.

    www.cardosystems .com

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