Motorola Sonic Rider Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone

Motorola Sonic Rider Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone

World class echo and noise reduction with one microphone, and powerful 2-watt speaker ensure you'll hear and be heard over road noise. More than 2x BETTER TALK TIME, Than the leading competitor (45hours).

Motorola Sonic Rider Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone

World class echo and noise reduction with one microphone, and powerful 2-watt speaker ensure you'll hear and be heard over road noise. More than 2x BETTER TALK TIME, Than the leading competitor (45hours).

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drive smarter

SonicRider is a simple solution for responsible driving. Get updates without having to take your eyes off the road.This speakerphone tells you when you are connected, battery level, and if mute is on with audible voice prompts. Take calls from up to two phone lines at the same time, so more than one passenger can use the speakerphone. Also saves up to six phone connections, so the whole family can use.

listen up

What good is a speakerphone if all you hear is a muffled mess? Exceptional echo and noise reduction help block road sounds, while a powerful speaker makes sure you hear things loud and clear.

serious battery life

A road-trip worthy battery gives you up to 45 hours of talk time and five months on standby. It’ll hold all of your important conversations, even on the longest hauls.
Frequently Asked Questions

Sonic Rider's battery gives you up to 45 hours of talk time, and will last up to 5 months on standby.

Yes, with this device, you can receive calls from two phones simultaneously.

Yes, the device supports advanced Multipoint. If two phones that were previously paired with the device are both in the car, the device will monitor both phones for incoming calls. A call on either phone can be answered by pressing the device's call button.
If there is an ongoing call on one phone and a call comes in on the second phone, you will able to switch to the second call by pressing the call button.