The Autocom needs a little tweaking for it to be set up right.
- Adjust the headsets to sit as close to the ears as possible, without being uncomfortable or restricting when taking the helmet on and off.
- Set the high/low volum to high by shortcutting the lead, no reason to fit a cable to have the option available.
- Microphone needs to sit as close to the lips as possible, actually touching the lips.
- Voice actuation must be trimmed over time, and your voice level adjusted to the system.
You'll need some time to get all the factors right, and especially to adjust your voice volume and the actuation. It'll never get perfect, imho, especially on a big dual sport with the turbulence these bikes produce. In my experience the Autocom works fine up to about 110-120 km/h depending on the wind force and direction, while over that speed we have to shout.
It's also sensitive to moisture, which creates som annoying static noise after hours in the rain.
All in all though, I'm pleased with a system that is still working satisfactory after about 70Kkm two up.