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|Miniwood||8:24am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|Great for the price I purchased these because I lost my Bose in-ear headphones and did not want to spend $100 on an expensive pair again.|
|rtmeffert||11:55pm on Thursday, August 26th, 2010|
|Impedance too high for portable use!! What drove me to buy these headphones is their comfort level and sound quality. First step into Audiophile-land. Simply put, these headphones are very good. The price makes them even better. I find that the bass.|
|hammersteen||11:59am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|I love the Koss headphones, i always have liked Koss even better than Sony or any other maker of headphones they make my music sound tremendous. Happy with purchase. Since the headphones collapse, they are very portable. They are also very sturdy.|
|kjolly||9:42am on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|These are outstanding quality for $30 headphones. Rich and full sound. However I have trouble wearing them for extended periods of time.|
|Bernhard||11:48pm on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|These are probably the best headphones you can buy without spending a hundred dollars or more. The ear speakers fold up.|
|ddorange||8:58am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|The headphones are value for your money. Only $30 for a pair of headphones that sounds better than a pair of Beats by dr. dre Studios.|
|Leonid_GreenFire||7:21am on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|I love this headphones for its easy not styli... Easy to use, very comfortable. Dude these sound so good, I prefer the sound ... Sonic Sound Quality The look turn heads (Not in a good way).|
|CompTutor||2:03am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|Call me herectic, but I think the Koss Portapro is generally overrated. I had read so many reviews praising the PortaPro that I decided to get them.|
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Instruction Manual for INTUIS Dir and SP Dir Behind-the-Ear Hearing Instruments
Siemens Hearing Instruments
Your INTUIS hearing instrument
Siemens INTUIS Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing instruments are designed for comfort, performance and durability. Your BTE will look similar to one of the following illustrations (Fig.1).
Earhook Microphones Volume control Programming socket* Memory button Battery compartment door
* For Hearing Care Professionals use only.
Volume control wheel Programming socket* Memory button Audio input Battery compartment door
INTUIS SP Dir Fig. 1: Location of features
Digital technology Inside your hearing instrument, the microphone, analog-to-digital converter, digital signal processor, receiver and other specialized components process sound that is directed to the eardrum and auditory system. The microphone picks up sound waves from the air and converts them to electrical signals.
The analog-to-digital converter encodes the electrical signals into a format that is usable by the digital signal processor. The digital signal processor has been programmed by your Hearing Care Professional to execute the required digital signal processing for your particular hearing loss. Identifying the left and right hearing instruments INTUIS BTEs may be color-coded for your convenience. The left ear hearing instrument may have a blue typeplate, and the right ear hearing instrument may have a red typeplate (Fig. 2).
Fig. 2: Location of typeplate
Using your INTUIS hearing instrument
Battery size The chart below provides the proper battery size used in your hearing instrument. Its recommended that you also check with your Hearing Care Professional regarding the correct battery. Model INTUIS Dir Behind-the-Ear INTUIS SP Dir Behind-the-Ear Battery size 13 675
Inserting the battery To insert the battery into the hearing instrument, swivel open the door of the battery compartment. Place the proper size battery (see "Battery" section or consult your Hearing Care Professional) in the battery compartment so that the "+" symbol on the battery coincides with the "+" mark on the battery compartment door.
Gently close the battery compartment. Do not force the door shut. If it does not close easily, check to see if the battery was inserted properly. When the battery door is completely closed, your hearing instrument is ready for operation (Fig. 3).
Open the battery compartment
Insert the battery
Close the battery compartment
Fig. 3: Inserting the battery into INTUIS Dir and INTUIS SP Dir
Battery compartment door lock INTUIS hearing instruments are equipped with a lock that prevents the unintentional opening of the battery compartment. This feature is located on the inner side of the hearing aid battery compartment door (Fig. 4).
Pushing the slide toward the right locks the battery compartment door. Pushing the slide toward the left unlocks the battery compartment for opening (Fig. 4). Your Hearing Care Professional can instruct you on the use of this feature, if required. Remember, the battery should be removed when your hearing instrument is not in use. This prevents possible damage from battery leakage and avoids draining the battery if the hearing instrument is not switched off.
Fig. 4: Battery compartment door lock
Low battery indicator Your instrument may be programmed to inform you when the battery should be replaced for best hearing instrument performance. You may hear an intermittent series of beeps and/or experience low amplification power or volume. Change the battery immediately when either of these occur. Turning the hearing instrument on or off Using the battery door, insert a battery into the instrument and completely close the door to turn the instrument on. To turn the instrument off using the battery door, open it to the first catch. Your hearing instrument may also be programmed to allow you to turn it on and off using the memory button, where applicable. To turn the instrument off using the memory button, press and hold the button for seconds. To turn the instrument back on, press and hold the memory button for seconds.
Please note that after having turned the instrument off using the memory button, you must wait approximately 10 seconds for the system to reset before turning the instrument back on again by using the memory button. Check with your Hearing Care Professional about which on/off functions are available on your hearing instrument. Power-on delay feature Your hearing instrument may be equipped with an advanced power-on delay feature. This feature delays sound from entering your hearing instrument when it is first turned on, so that you may insert the instrument into your ear without experiencing unpleasant feedback (whistling). Attaching the earmold If your earmold detaches, gently insert the earhook of the hearing instrument into the tubing and earmold supplied by your Hearing Care Professional (Fig. 5).
Earhook Tubing Earmold
Fig. 5: Attaching the earmold
Inserting and removing INTUIS hearing instruments with an earmold Take the earmold between your thumb and index finger. Gently work the earmold into its proper position by adjusting it until it is firmly seated in your ear. Then lift the hearing instrument over the top of your ear and adjust it to fit behind your ear (Fig. 6).
Fig. 6: Inserting the hearing instrument
Lightly push on the back of the ear to help release the earmold and gently pull it out (Fig. 7).
Fig. 7: Removing the hearing instrument
Health considerations If soreness or skin irritation develops, discontinue wearing your hearing instrument, and bring the instrument and earmold to your Hearing Care Professional. Minor fit adjustments and earmold modification can often correct this condition. If soreness persists, discontinue wearing the hearing instrument and see your physician. If excessive earwax accumulates when wearing your hearing instrument, consult your Hearing Care Professional.
Using the memory button
Your INTUIS BTE hearing instrument may have up to 3 selectable memories, also called hearing programs. The memories are selected with the memory button. The last memory in INTUIS Dir and INTUIS SP Dir instruments is activated automatically when an audio input shoe is attached (see ''Audio Input'' section.) Each memory is different and designed to help you hear better in specific listening situations. When initially turned on (after the battery compartment door is closed) the microphone is ON and ready for general use, the default is memory 1. Your Hearing Care Professional will provide you with the number of memories most appropriate for your needs. Each time you press the memory button, your INTUIS BTE hearing instrument changes to the next memory. The memory change is confirmed by alerting tones or beeps which correlate to the memory you are in. That means if you select memory "3" then the hearing instrument beeps 3 times.
Below is a list of listening environments programmed into your INTUIS hearing instrument.
Memory number Listening environment _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ Audio Input _________________________________
Using the directional microphone system
According to your hearing needs, the hearing instrument can be adjusted to focus on those sounds in front of you (directional mode), for when you are having a face to face conversation in a noisy environment. The hearing instrument can also be adjusted for when you are participating in more quiet environments and want to hear the sounds around you (omnidirectional). Your Hearing Care Professional will program the operation of the directional microphone system to function in conjunction with the memory button based on your particular hearing requirements. Consult your Hearing Care Professional for more information on use of the directional microphone system based on the settings of your specific hearing instrument(s).
Using the telephone The T-coil (telecoil) mode is intended for telephone use. In the T-coil mode, place the telephone receiver close to your hearing instrument for best reception. By trying various positions of the telephone receiver, you will discover what works best for you.
Note: In order for the telecoil to function properly, your telephone must be "hearing aid compatible." Check your telephones instruction manual to find out whether your phone has this capability.
Your Hearing Care Professional can advise you on the proper use of all hearing instrument settings.
Cell phone compatibility
Some hearing instrument users have reported a buzzing sound in their hearing instruments when they are using cell phones, indicating that the cell phone and hearing instruments may not be compatible. According to the ANSI C63.19 standard (ANSI C63.19-2006 American National Standard Methods of Measurement of Compatibility Between Wireless Communications Devices and Hearing Aids), the compatibility of a particular hearing instrument and cell phone can be predicted by adding the rating for the hearing instrument immunity to the rating for the cell phone emissions. For example, the sum of a hearing instrument rating of 2 (M2/T2) and a telephone rating of 3 (M3/T3) would result in a combined rating of 5. Any combined rating that equals at least 5 would provide normal use; a combined rating of 6 or greater would indicate excellent performance.
The immunity of this hearing instrument is at least M2/T2. The equipment performance measure-ments, categories and system classifications are based upon the best information available but cannot guarantee that all users will be satisfied. NOTE: The performance of individual hearing instruments may vary with individual cell phones. Therefore, please try this hearing instrument with your cell phone or, if you are purchasing a new phone, be sure to try it with your hearing instrument prior to purchase. For additional guidance, please ask your cell phone provider for the booklet entitled "Hearing Aid Compatibility with Digital Wireless Cell Phones."
Your INTUIS BTE hearing instrument is fully automatic. There is no need to manually adjust the volume control. However, if you prefer manual volume control, your INTUIS Dir and INTUIS SP Dir BTE can be programmed for manual adjustments, too. If your instrument is programmed for manual adjustment, the wheel-shaped volume control can be rotated up or down to select the most desired listening position (louder or softer). Before placing the hearing instrument in your ear, be sure that the hearing instrument is on lowest volume by rotating the control down.
To increase the volume, place your index finger gently against the volume control wheel and rotate it upwards. Once full volume has been reached, further rotation of the volume control wheel will have no effect. To reduce the volume, rotate the wheel in the opposite direction. If your hearing instrument has not been programmed for manual control adjustment, the volume will adjust automatically and rotating the volume control wheel will have no effect.
The INTUIS Dir and INTUIS SP Dir hearing instrument is equipped with audio input capability. This enables you to connect your hearing instrument into other audio sources such as a tape recorder, television, infrared or FM system using an audio shoe accessory. It can be useful for adults in difficult listening situations and for children using auditory training equipment in classrooms, for example. Because the sound is coming directly from the sound source to the hearing instrument, the signal is clearer and unaffected by poor room acoustics.
Attaching and removing the audio input shoe To attach an audio input shoe, open the battery compartment to the first catch. For INTUIS SP Dir models, open the audio input flap. Hook the audio input shoe in from the front. Gently press it into place so that it attaches to the back of the BTE and the curve of the audio shoe presses against the bottom (Fig. 8).
Fig. 8: Attaching the audio input shoe for INTUIS Dir
To remove the audio shoe, press the audio shoe toward the front of the BTE. Then unhook it and close the audio input flap (where applicable). Your Hearing Care Professional can provide further instructions and accessories for the sound equipment you wish to connect to your hearing instrument.
Your hearing instrument has a serial number engraved on it. The location of the serial number will vary according to the style of hearing instrument you have chosen. The year of manufacture is incorporated into the serial number. The warranty is based upon the date of purchase, not date of manufacture. The serial number may look similar to this sample: AP12345. The second letter of this serial number refers to the year of manufacture of the hearing aid. The letters progress in one-year increments, each reflecting the corresponding year. The letter P indicates that the year of manufacture is 2007, the letter Q means the year of manufacture is 2008, and so on. Your Hearing Care Professional can answer any questions you may have about the identifying code on your hearing instrument.
Fig. 13: Identification information
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Maintenance and care
Consult your Hearing Care Professional about appropriate cleaning and maintenance for your particular type of earmold(s). Always store your hearing instrument inside its case. A soft carrying pouch is also included for your convenience when traveling. Never immerse your hearing instrument in water! If needed, your INTUIS hearing instrument can be wiped with a tissue or other clean, dry cloth. Do not use water, alcohol, benzine, or any other liquid or household cleaning agent to clean your instruments, or it may damage them.
Your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider:
Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc.
P.O. Box 1397 Piscataway, NJ 08855-1397 www.usa.siemens.com/hearing
Information in this manual subject to change without notice. Copyright 2009 Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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