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Nov 12th, 2009 10:42 pm
r2k2
Logic reviews

I've tested the Autocom logic and the pro unit. I went with the pro since I like the noise sensing volume control. You don't need to muck with the volume when you change speeds or ride with the shield open or closed.

Review found: http://www.motorcyclenews.com/upload...com%20test.pdf
Sep 26th, 2009 5:48 pm
JBK1200R
Autocom Logic Reviews?

Hello,

Looking for a rider to pillion intercom/phone/IPOD/GPS set-up and there seems to be a lot of systems on the market right now. I like the idea of the XBI2 or the Scala Rider but still like the confidence/reliablity Autocom is known for- almost spent the coin on the Autocom Logic this afternoon but wanted to see if anyone had any experiences with this unit. I would like the basics with the ability to add Bike-to-Bike in the future. What are the Pros and Cons of this system and where is the better value (between competitors)? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.


Note: I commute to work, ride extensively on the weekends, and average a couple multi-state trips a year.

Thanks
JB

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