‘This British built-intercom system is among the best if not the best available. Overall sound quality is excellent. All in all it's hard to fault this excellent system. The Best.’
Ride - Starcom1 Advance on-bike communication kit
The system gives crystal clear sound, even at high speed on the fairing-free GSR and the rider-to-pillion voice activated system really works. Start speaking and the music mutes: stop speaking and the music fades in again.
Moscow AtoZ Bike Ride
It was great to meet you last week at the MCN bike show. As I mentioned, our website www.moscowatoz.co.uk has all the best photos... In terms of comments on the kit, we thought it was great. 4000 miles in 6½ days would have been a nightmare if we’d not been able to chat or listen to our IPODs. ... I even conducted a radio interview back with the UK whilst on the move between Latvia and Moscow – using the Bluetooth connection for the mobile. Fab!’ Graham Hoskins
BBC Sports disabled personality, Kevin Alderton
"In short, the equipment you have supplied has been absolutely fantastic, and both the team and I would like to pass on our thanks and gratitude for your support with the project."
BMW ON - BMW owners news USA
"The printed instructions were simple, written in perfect English, and the units came with a variety of extra zip ties and fasteners for a super clean, almost factory BMW installation..... At all in-town speeds, it was as if we were sitting across from each other having a normal conversation....... The construction quality of the switching unit and accessory cables is even better than we expected..... we feel Starcom1 meets our needs with a quality communication system.
There are plenty of bike communication systems out in the shops these days but there are also plenty of useless systems out there too. The StarCom1 however is in a league of its own, setting the standard for all bike inter-com companies, as this product is simply fantastic and really does work even at ludicrous speeds. The system provides such a clarity of sound it is quite easy to imagine that you are not hurtling down the road on a noisy bike at all. The tiny speakers are great when listening to music and pillion moans of “Slow down” were also very crisp indeed and also extremely amusing.
Honda VFR Club
Well I removed the Autocom (Active Rider) from the GS this
week and replaced it with a Starcom1. I did this as the Autocom
had developed a dodgy connection on the rider headset and needed
sending back for repair. As I needed a system whilst its away
I bought the Starcom, this gave me a good chance to do some
back to back testing. Both Units provide Rider - Pillion intercom
and allow for the integration of a multitude of ancillaries,
I have used them both with; IPAQ for GPS/Music, Nokia mobile
phone, and Alan446 PMR.
Personal Conclusion. The Starcom1 gets my vote and I think it will for all who mainly ride alone. The system has superb clarity and is especially good at handling high speed phone calls (I used to get asked if I was outside/walking when using the Autocom and phone, to date no one has asked with the Starcom).