Enjoy the freedom of the road

Discover how the Summit System blends
noise cancelling with HD audio

Revolutionize your ride

Audyse’s (AA•DUH•SEE) revolutionary Summit headset offers you unparalleled awareness of what’s around you, so you can safely enjoy the freedom of the road on every ride.

Control at a Touch

Turn up and down the volume, switch tracks, and control the suite of features by just swiping and tapping the side of your helmet.

Simplistic Operation

Featuring audio prompts to alert you of system statuses, and gesture control, using Audyse is easy as counting 1, 2, 3.

Effortless Pairing

Pairing your Android device is simple using Google’s Fast Pair technology. Simply hold your Android 6.0+ phone or device next to your helmet, and with a single tap pairing is complete.

If you have an iPhone, simply put the headset into pairing mode and connect like you would any other Bluetooth device.

Complete Control

Summit automatically adjusts to your current outside conditions, noise cancelling in real time to provide optimal noise reduction.

The Summit System allows for three noise cancelling modes: enabled, pass-through and disabled. Quickly switching to pass-through mode amplifies all external noises, allowing you to carry a conversation without removing your helmet.

Advanced Technology

Using advanced algorithms, the processor works its magic, eliminating dead noise, while listening to detect speech level noises and amplifying them to be clearer. The processor senses and listens for leakage around the system to compensate noise cancellation.

You’ll notice significant sound reduction in low- and mid-range frequency, with a decibel (dB) reduction of up to 40dBs.

High Quality Audio

Experience high quality audio with incredible clarity thanks to Bluetooth 5.0, giving you a full throttle listening experience.

Get Charged Up

Boasting a battery life of 25 hours, Summit lasts through even the longest of rides. And if you’re in a pinch, quick-charging will give you over 5 hours of ride time in less than 30 minutes.


  • Operating Temperature: -20/+60 C (Tentative)
  • Dimensions
    • Main Unit
      • Height: 49mm
      • Length: 70mm
      • Depth: 10.6mm
    • Speakers
      • Diameter: 40mm
      • Depth: 12mm
  • Battery
    • Charging Time: 1.5 hours
    • Type: Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPO)

  • Bluetooth 5.1 
  • Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling
  • Device Status Announcements

  • Bluetooth 5.1
    • Two device channels
  • Headset Profile (HSP)
  • Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
  • Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)

  • Mesh Intercom: Pair compatible devices in a mesh
  • Bluetooth Intercom: Pair directly to an existing device

  • Gesture Swipe Control 
  • NFC Connectivity (Android Only)
  • Configurable Equalizer and Gain
    • Through Audyse App 
  • Firmware Updates via USB or Over-The-Air (OTA) 

  • Operating Range: 76 to 108 MHz
  • Station memory: 6 radio pre-sets

Why Do I Need This?

Active noise cancelling eliminates unwanted ambient noise around you by producing anti-noise, resulting in the reduction of undesirable and damaging noises.

Prolonged exposure to the external wind noise can overwork the small hairs inside your ear canal, resulting in the cells around these hairs dying, leaving you with hearing loss. Generally, engine noise and loud exhausts are thought to be the primary cause of hearing loss among motorcyclists, however a much larger group of people will experience some amount of hearing loss due to the extended exposure to ambient riding noise. In addition to the possibility of hearing loss, long exposures to constant low frequencies can even cause headaches, tiredness, irritation and even loss of concentration [1]. All things we aim to avoid while riding motorcycles.

[1] Waye, K., 2011. Effects of Low Frequency Noise and Vibrations: Environmental and Occupational Perspectives. Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, pp.240-253