Improve you Off-Road Ride!
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by thecom
11M ago
Does your group stop too often? Does you group stop at every intersection? Do you only sit on the side of the trial shooting the bull longer than riding? With The COM you can ride and talk at the same time.  Tell those be hind you to go straight or turn. Have fun and share experiences as you ride.  Makes rides so much more fun.   Do you sit for hours in silence on your ATV / UTV? With the stereo intercom from The COM you don’t have to sit in silence because the SXS is too loud to scream over.  The headsets block out the noise so you can talk without yelling.  ..read more
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Why do you need a COM?
The COM Blog
by thecom
11M ago
COM’s add safety, by allowing you to stay in touch even if you can’t see the others in your group. The leader can radio back about on coming vehicles, obstacles or difficult terrain ahead. Others in the group and communicate car to car and let the group know if they need a break, lost or having vehicle issues.  The headsets allow you to listen to music and block out loud ambient sounds protecting your ears from hearing loss.   COMs change the way you ride. share experiences with your family. Off-roading is fun but it is even better when you can talk while you are covering grea ..read more
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Interactive shop information
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by thecom
1y ago
Features universal kit Fitment 99% of all mechines Advantages lets talk about the advantages Features universal kit Fitment 99% of all mechines Advantages lets talk about the advantages Features universal kit Fitment 99% of all mechines Advantages lets talk about the advantages COMsole In-Dash DIY kit More Info More Info More Info ..read more
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Putting an antenna on a SXS
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
Check out the video below.  It is a compilation of extracted highlights from various recordings we’ve done and will answer most questions about installing an antenna on a SXS ..read more
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How do I connect TheCOM to others?
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
One of the most common questions we receive is “Can I talk to other radios not of your brand?”. The short answer is “Yes!”.  Now the next question is “How?”.  This article will go into the three different scenarios most riders encounter on the trails and while riding.  We will also touch on the differences between the COM-G95 (GMRS radio) and The COM-DB90 (Race frequencies). Why does the COM have two different radio models? Due to the FCC rules we are forced to offer 2 different radios to cover all the popularly used frequencies that are used in the UTV/SXS industry.  ..read more
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Is my SXS / UTV damaging my ears?
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
How loud is your SXS? We recorded 3 different SXS with our decibel meter and this video shows the results: The OSHA limit is 90 decibels. OSHA states that any environment over 90 decibels for extended periods of time (8 hours) is harmful.  How long do you ride in your sxs? Based on our measured results all SXS’s are over the 90 decibel limit at some RPM or speed.  TheCOM can reduce the ambient noise by up to 25 decibels. This moves the threshold to below the OSHA limit saving your ears from damage.   Below is a COM News live video where we discussed this very topic l ..read more
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How do…. How to… What is…
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
Frequently asked questions (FAQ) answered during an interview with Dave, a new rider. The Com is the #1 UTV stereo intercom on the market with 4 independent volume controls with the ability to connect up to 8 headsets. We pride ourselves with making our kits as plug and play as possible from the factory. For more information see our new customer training videos.  Play Video about Frequently aske questions about the COM ..read more
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5 minute mic up: Mackay Idaho
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
Mackay Idaho is located West of Idaho Falls off of US highway 93 in Custer County. The town is pronounced “Mackie” with the accent on the first syllable.  Elevation is about 5,900 ft above mean seal level (MSL).  Mackay is a wonderful site for off-road riding, with both jeep, UTV and ATV width trials.  The trail system interconnects for miles. You can see more at https://trails.idaho.gov/ We came up for the Idaho Off-road Stamped which we attend all over the state. Mackay if full of historic mine buildings and the town has put together a nice trial system with signs, marke ..read more
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The Advantages of TheCOM
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
TheCOM is Innovative In a short 3 years of selling TheCOM we have brought the standard mono intercom from two volume controls and mono tone to  4 independent volume controls, stereo sound and the capability of connecting up to 8 headsets on a single intercom.  We have built a purpose built intercom for the off-road industry instead of bringing intercoms over from the flight industry.   Our competition for sound quality is not our standard competitors in the UTV industry it is your favorite headphones.  Although it is a battle to balance person to person communication ..read more
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JAG Handheld Radio Training
The COM Blog
by thecom
1y ago
What is included and the basics. The below video will show you what is in the box and the basics on how to use the radio.   Play Video Additional Support links: Contact us anytime with support at: Email: info@utvcom.com Address: 9903 Shooting Star Ct. Nampa, Idaho 83687 Phone: 208 779-2891 Issue resolution link here Links to more products that you may need: Programmed 5-watt Handheld Radio-Red Rated 0 out of 5 $49.99 Add to cart 15″ Genuine Nagoya NA-771 Antenna for Hand Held Radios Rated 0 out of 5 $19.99 Add to cart ..read more
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