5.4 ATTACHING AND RE MOVING TH E HEADSE T FROM THE
Slide the headset sideways (i.e. horizontally)
along the sliding panel until a clicking sound
indicates that the headset is locked in place.
à slide headset sideways
Your headset can be removed for charging or
for storage by sliding the headset sideways.
ß push headset with your thumb
5.5 USING THE FL IP-UP A NTENNA
The ip-up antenna allows you to achieve
the maximum intercom range be tween
bikers. To open the antenna, press gently
against the protruding tab (at the tip of the
antenna) towards the direction of the helmet.
The internal spring will the n cause the antenna to ip up.
To close the antenna, push it backwards into its horizontal state until
it is locked in place.
NOTE: The sole purpos e of the antenna is to inc rease in tercom ran ge
between bike rs. The re is no need to open it when us ing your
mobile phone , FM Radi o or MP3 Player b ut you ca n do so
without concern6. CONNECTING BLUETOOTH ENABLED MOBILE PHONES, GPS OR MP3 (A2DP) DEVICES
Multiple Device Connectivity (“MDC”) with Bluetooth
G4 or other
scala rider headset
Up to 1 mile / 1.6 km Bike-to-
Bike Intercom Range*
Between 3 separate bikers or
2 couples on
Mobile phone &
Thanks to MDC technology each G4 headset oers parallel connectivity
as follows: With up to two other scala rider headsets and with one of
the following Bluetooth devices listed below*:
➤ Mobile Phone (either directly or via a GPS device)
➤ GPS device
➤ A2DP enabled MP3 Player or Adapter
➤ Bluetooth Adapter
If you plan to use your mobile phone while using a Bluetooth GPS device, then
you should pair your mobile phone to the GPS and not to the G4 headset.
* see restrictions under 9.10 b
8scala rider® G4™ PowerSet