Control, configure and enjoy your ride!
Cardo Connect is a comprehensive yet intuitive interface to manage and control your Cardo Packtalk and Freecom communication systems.
Personalize your device, set all its various features and control it on the go with a clean, engaging and easy to use design.
Weather its Music, audio sharing, Radio, Dynamic Mesh (DMC) and Bluetooth intercom or phone control – Cardo Connect got you covered.
It even has a “secret” Quick Access button to enable full control of all the above from one screen!
Just try it out for yourself!
Cardo Connect selected features:
Remote Control for Dynamic Mesh and Bluetooth Intercoms
Phone, music and radio control
Auto day/night mode
Complete device setting, presets and customization.
Embedded pocket guides
Smart audio mix
Updates on latest firmware
Access to support
Packtalk EDGE DUCATI
Packtalk EDGE KTM
Packtalk EDGE HONDA
Packtalk EDGE SIMPSON
Packtalk EDGE OFF-ROAD VEHICLES
Cardo Freecom 4/4+
Cardo Freecom 2/2+
Cardo Freecom 1/1+
Scala Rider Packtalk*
Scala Rider Smartpack*
Scala Rider Freecom 4*
Scala Rider Freecom 2*
Scala Rider Freecom 1*
* With a firmware upgrade
About Cardo Systems: Cardo Systems is a world leader in Bluetooth motorcycle communications - a market it invented in 2004. Cardo has been reinventing the market ever since with the introduction of long-range intercom in 2011, Mesh communications in 2015 and Natural Voice Operation in 2018. Cardo products are used by avid motorcyclists in over 85 countries.
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For those wary of being recorded, we added a “Recording started” audio message whenever a DMC group member starts an intercom recording session.
We welcome 509 Helmets to the Cardo Family! Your new 509 smart helmet is now fully supported.
Ratings and Reviews
So far so good
Just got the Edge which took 10 minutes to install on my helmet (awesome) and another 10 to update the firmware. Took about 25 minutes to connect to my old unit (Sena 10r) using Bluetooth functionality. I’m not very experienced with the 10r either but after a little trail and error my GF and I were chatting it up on the road. I messed around with this app a bit and got music playing on my end but I wish I could have shared it with her as well, not sure if it’s possible but that was one of the biggest reasons I went ahead with buying another unit, ya know, would be nice, jam some tunes together and chat but I guess I’ll have to buy another Edge to make that a reality. I will say the Cardo Edge sounds waaaay better than the 10r. Not sure if that’s much of a surprise considering the Edge is a much newer unit but they’re still not much different in price so it’s a no brainer which unit I would purchase a second of. However the 10r is nice and sleek, I like the design much more but I know Cardo has their Slim version as well so whatever. Pros and cons, always. I give 4 stars only because this is still new to me.
Long term use
I’ve had my Cardo Freecom 4+ for 4 years and I use it every time I ride my 2012 GoldWing. I initially bought it to replace using my 40 channel bc my riding buddy didn’t have a cb. He has a Pack Talk Bold and they work very well together. Over the years I’ve gradually started using it on my solo rides for phone conversations with clients for work. This allows me to enjoy the freedoms of riding with missing conference calls. The Cardo system does a great job of eliminating road noise as my coworkers and clients can’t tell that I’m not in the office on the phone. It easily interacts with Siri for extended hands free operations. I’ve gone on road trips for multiple days without charging and it has never run out of battery. The sounds is very clear rather I’m listening to music, intercom or receiving a call. It also plays well with other brands. I’m not sure if the JBL branded sound is worth the extra. If you can get a model without it save the money. Those speakers within a helmet environment is not going to blow your mind. The voice commands all work wonderfully with the majority of my voice commands being for the intercom, receiving calls selecting music. They are very easy to update when new firmware is available. I highly recommend the Cardo brand unit.
Read if you are having mic volume problems
I purchased the Freecom4x paired with iPhone13 Pro and am very happy with ease of use, the sound quality for music and voice control with Siri and Hey Cardo. The only problem I had was the mic volume was too low when making phone calls nobody could hear me, same with FT or Line App. I tried changing several settings until i found the solution. Under the Advanced audio setting there is an option for Intelligent Noise Block. Turn it off and power off/on the cardo unit and problem solved. After I discovered this, I searched and found this has been an issue for many users for a long time! Cardo support, why don’t you get this fixed?? This setting is on by default (bad idea) and causes lots of frustration for your customers.. get it fixed or just disable it as default.
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- 83.4 MB
- Requires iOS 14.2 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 14.2 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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