Harley Davidson is equipping all 2014 and later touring models with the Boom!™ Box Infotainment System. Frustrating to many bikers/motorcyclists is the fact that there is absolutely no bluetooth headset capable of pairing with the system. There is a wired only solution at this time, which we will discuss below if you are interested.
As I have said here many times, Harley Davidson put the cart before the horse on releasing this Boom Box system. Although the system does some amazing things, it does have a steep learning curve that we can help flatten with our #1 ranked Harley Davidson Boom!™ Box Tutorial videos! The system is getting better and better with continuing software updates. Make sure your system software is up to date at all times. We show you how to do that in our Harley Boom Box Software & Map Update Video.
Harley Parts Needed Below
Plug & Play
Once you install the below items you can make calls or receive calls and voice navigate the Boom!™ Box Infotainment system.
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Boom! Audio Full Helmet Premium Music and Communications Headset-77117-10
Boom! Audio Music and Communications Kit-69200865
Further items of interest:
- Boom! Audio SiriusXM Satellite Radio Kit-76000351
Boom! Audio Hidden AM/FM/WB Antenna-76000513
- You will have your fairing off anyways, so you might want to add this
Tips & Tricks (sent by a community member):
- For the communication cable from your headset to the bike.
- Plug it in and make sure that everything works. Then Using a small tip silver sharpie, draw a small line between the two connectors. Be sure to draw the lines where you can see them easily when you're inserting the connectors.
- This will help you line the plug up properly when plugging it together over and over and alleviate bending any pins in the connectors, which can easily happen.
- You do not want to twist and turn trying to get the two connectors to hook up. This will result in bending one of the pins.
- You can carry a small magnifying glass and a very small flat head screwdriver that will fit in the smallest connector with you in case you need to make a repair.
- The connectors are pretty tight at first but will loosen up with use.
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