Cut The Cord. New Harley-Davidson Module Allows Riders To connect Wirelessly.

Taking on the open road on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle just got easier with the launch of its new Wireless Headset Interface Module (P/N 76000768, $299.95*). Using Bluetooth® wireless technology, the wireless interface permits full access to the multitude of Infotainment features of the Boom! Audio 6.5GT radio on ’14-later Touring and Trike motorcycles without the hassle of being connected to the bike. Discreetly mounted inside the fairing, the module connects directly into the radio. Intuitive technology ensures safe, controlled riding as users seamlessly move through music, phone, CB, navigation and intercom features through a separately-purchased Bluetooth®-enabled headset.

The available Harley-Davidson Boom! Audio SPH10 Bluetooth Half Helmet Headset (P/N 76000738, $199.95*) and Boom! Audio 20S Bluetooth Helmet Single Headset(P/N 76000736A, $299.95*) offer a multitude of features such as — adjustable volume from the motorcycle hand controls, intercom conversations while still listening to the infotainment system interruption free, hands-free calling from Bluetooth mobile phones, and enabled voice-commands to seamlessly move through music and the intercom. Headsets also maintain bike-to-bike communication allowing Touring riders to talk to non-Touring bikes. The module allows for dual headset connectivity so that two Bluetooth-enabled headsets can be connected to one WHIM. Harley-Davidson headsets feature proprietary software that delivers superior audio quality with stereo output compared to non-Harley headsets which provide a mono sound output.

Fitment of the module is for ’14-later Touring and Trike models equipped with a Boom! Box 6.5GT audio system. ’14-’17 models also require the separate purchase of the Wireless Headset Interface Module Harness (P/N 69201726, $49.95*). A Dealer Digital Technician software update is required and dealer installation is recommended. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for more details.

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15 Responses to “Cut The Cord. New Harley-Davidson Module Allows Riders To connect Wirelessly.”


  1. 1 smithncustom Oct 26th, 2017 at 8:25 am

    what in the sam hill is this world coming to? yet another example of why I will never buy a new motorcycle

  2. 2 BD Oct 26th, 2017 at 10:42 am

    All this garbage makes motorcycling less and less fun and attractive

  3. 3 Xenu Oct 26th, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    The freedom of the road, the atmosphere of the office.

    To: Melvin Farquar
    Re:pee

    I have to pee again. And I’m sick of that damn Steppenwolf track.

    To:Trixie Farquar
    Yes, precious…

  4. 4 marcus Oct 26th, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    This was announced at the dealer convention in August to resounding applause. HD left out a Bluetooth profile called HSP which means HeadSet Profile. Nearly every car with CarPlay/Anroid Auto or aftermarket head units built in the last ten years has it. You’ve probably heard the stories/complaints from buyers who could not pair headsets with the BoomAudio.

  5. 5 Ulrich Oct 26th, 2017 at 4:25 pm

    I really don’t want anything to distract me while I’m riding. I don’t want music, telephone, navigation system, blue-tooth. Just let me ride. If I have to have that crap I’ll buy a convertible. And seriously, I don’t want to hear your poor taste in music when you ride though town – wear ear buds.

  6. 6 Boots Oct 26th, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    HD is between a rock and a hard place! The younger riders want all electronic gizmos and the older riders just want to go for a ride to get away from all the distractions the new bikes offer. I prefer the bikes with less of the wizbang options not only because of the increase cost but when they start going bad the maintenance cost is considerably higher!

  7. 7 RUB Oct 26th, 2017 at 11:23 pm

    motorcycle industry problem solved ! Next on new options list , driverless motorcycle for 2019 .

  8. 8 Roberto Oct 27th, 2017 at 3:13 am

    It should be standard like the gold wing and bmw.It’s great for those that want it. I don’t,I ride a Road King.

  9. 9 Matt W. Oct 27th, 2017 at 8:21 am

    I know some don’t like gps and music with their ride but I personally have no nostalgia for constantly pulling over to look over paper maps and listening to the same engine & helmet rattle for 10-15 hours strait. That’s just me though.

  10. 10 John Morton Oct 27th, 2017 at 8:28 am

    It’s about time, i’ve had bt on my rk for years lol

  11. 11 Chris Oct 27th, 2017 at 8:35 am

    Crapola

  12. 12 Shanedrive Oct 27th, 2017 at 8:51 am

    Old guy here..(I guess). I prefer to “escape” from the world and leave all the “noise” behind. Just my 2 cents. Whatever anyone else wants then more power to ’em

  13. 13 Guy Oct 27th, 2017 at 11:30 am

    No No No aren’t Motorcycles all about the freedom, getting away from it all, just you and the road? All I want to hear is the sound of my engine and the wind. This world needs a big red re set button, give me old school bikes, modern tyres and brakes and let us ride.

  14. 14 Charles from MA Oct 27th, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    This is getting to be like automobiles, every computer and Bluetooth gizmo under the sun. At least with bikes, it isn’t standard. You have to pay for it. I hope it never becomes standard.

  15. 15 fuji Oct 27th, 2017 at 12:48 pm

    Don’t want noise and distractions and one rides a Harley for that same purpose.

    How many would quit riding if they couldn’t make noise and dress like see me now or just need a friend.

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