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Behind-the-Ear-Instruments
PRISMA 2
Siemens Hearing Solutions
PRISMA 2
PRISMA 2 P
PRISMA 2 D SP

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    User guide Behind-the-Ear-Instruments PRISMA 2 PRISMA 2 P PRISMA 2 Siemens Hearing Solutions PRISMA 2 D SP...

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    Congratulations! You have decided in favour of hearing instruments from Siemens. You have taken an important step towards being able to hear and understand better once again. Your new hearing instruments will be your constant com- panions from now on. With these technically perfected hearing instruments you profit from our many years research and experience in microelectronics.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    This is your Instrument PRISMA 2/PRISMA 2 P PRISMA 2 D SP Applicable to all PRISMA 2 instruments How to insert your ear mould Handling batteries Notes for cleaning and care The best way to handle your hearing instruments Page 29...

  • Page 5: Prisma 2/prisma 2 P

    PRISMA 2/PRISMA 2 P Description of the PRISMA 2/PRISMA 2 P hearing instruments Battery changing Safety notes for batteries How to switch your instrument on/off Program button Children’s safety device Audio input Applicable to all PRISMA 2 instruments How to insert your ear mould...

  • Page 6: Description Of The Prisma 2/prisma 2 P Hearing Instruments

    Description of the PRISMA 2, PRISMA 2 P hearing instrument For your instrument you will need Battery Type 13. Microphone opening Program button Selection of operating mode M = hearing via microphone T = induction coil switched on O = Off...

  • Page 7: Battery Changing

    You can recognise the minus (–) side by the coloured ring. You should always keep spare batteries at hand. If you feel you cannot change the battery yourself, ask someone to help you: a family member, friend or your hearing instrument specialist. 2 / 2 P...

  • Page 8: Safety Notes For Batteries

    Safety notes for batteries WARNING Keep batteries away from children! Batteries must not be swallowed. Remove the batteries when the instrument is not in use over a prolonged period. Replace leaking batteries without delay. Do not throw away your dead batteries! Return them to your hearing instrument specialist for proper, environmentally conscious disposal.

  • Page 9: Program Button

    For instance, you are better able to understand the person you’re talking to even in disturbing background noise. You simply press the button to choose between two programs. 2 / 2 P...

  • Page 10: Children's Safety Device

    Children’s safety device Your instrument is equipped with a “children’s safety device“. This is intended to prevent the unintentional removal of batteries from their compartment, such as by small children. This safety device is on the inner side of the hearing instrument.

  • Page 11: Audio Input

    Plug the audio shoe on to the hearing instrument (Fig. 1 and Fig 2). Remove the audio shoe from the hearing instrument (Fig. 3). 2 / 2 P Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Safety note for instruments with audio input...

  • Page 13: Prisma 2 D Sp

    PRISMA 2 D SP Description of the PRISMA 2 D SP hearing instruments Handling batteries Battery changing Setting the loudness Program switch Children’s safety device Audio input Applicable to all PRISMA 2 instruments How to insert your ear mould Handling batteries...

  • Page 14: Description Of The Prisma 2 D Sp

    Description of the PRISMA 2 D SP hearing instrument Ear hook Sound inlet openings Volume control Programming socket Program switch Audio input Battery compartment with lock and on/off switch...

  • Page 15: Handling Batteries

    Also, do not leave the batteries in your hearing instruments if you do not use them over 2 D SP a longer period. The batteries can leak and damage the instruments. The batteries keep for from a few days up to several weeks according to the way they are used.

  • Page 16: Battery Changing

    Battery changing Removing the battery Open the battery compartment as shown in the figure. Up to the first stop = the instrument is then switched off Completely open = to change the battery open the battery compartment completely by applying more force Normally the battery drops out when the battery compartment is completely open.

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    Please do not throw used batteries into household refuse. Return them to your hearing instrument specialist for environmentally correct disposal. Caution! Please keep batteries out of the reach of children. They are damaging to health when swallowed. 2 D SP...

  • Page 18: Setting The Loudness

    If you do not want to use the volume control, then your hearing instrument specialist can also switch it off. Turning the volume control then does not change the adjustment of your PRISMA 2 D SP hearing instrument. Program switch...

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    In such cases we recommend that you phone, if possible, with program "1" or "2". Switching between the positions 1-T-2 is indicated by beep tones. One beep tone to position "1", two beep tones to position "2" and three beep tones to position "T".

  • Page 20: Children's Safety Device

    Children’s safety device Your instruments are equipped with a “children’s safety device“ . This is intended to prevent the unintentional removal of batteries from their com- locked partment, such as by small children. To lock the children’s safety device open the battery unlocked compartment up to the first stop.

  • Page 21: Audio Input

    Fitting an audio shoe Open the battery compartment up to the first stop, open the flap under the 1-T-2 switch, hook the audio shoe in from the front and press it to the rear into the detent on the inner curved piece.

  • Page 23: Applicable To All Prisma 2 Instruments

    Handling batteries Notes for cleaning and care The best way to handle your hearing instruments Page 29 How to solve some failures yourself Hearing training made easy PRISMA 2 D SP Page 24 Page 26 Page 27 Page 30 Page 32...

  • Page 24: How To Insert Your Ear Mould

    How to insert your ear mould Make sure that your hearing instrument is turned off. The battery compartment must be opened up to the stop. Grip the ear mould between your thumb and index finger and place the tip carefully into your auditory canal.

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    Tip: Practice inserting and removing your hearing instruments correctly. One easy way to practice is to sit down at a table. Place a mirror in front of you and prop your elbows on the table so you can guide your hands easily and safely.

  • Page 26: Handling Batteries

    Handling batteries So-called zinc-air batteries are used today almost exclusively in hearing instruments to minimize environmental damage. These batteries require oxygen for operation, which they absorb from the air. The battery is activated as soon as the protective foil is pulled off and is used up even if you do not use your hearing instrument.

  • Page 27: Notes For Cleaning And Care

    Notes for cleaning and care Ear wax accumulates on your ear mould. This can lead to inflammation in your auditory canal if the instruments are not cleaned regularly. Therefore: It is essential to detach the ear mould from your behind- the-ear instrument and place it in a cleaning bath for at least 15 minutes.

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    Two more tips: You should place your hearing instruments in a “dry bag“ with a special moisture-attracting capsule overnight. The drying capsule draws damaging moisture out of the instruments. Your hearing instrument specialist stocks the special care sets and dry bags you need to maintain your hearing instruments and keep them in good condition.

  • Page 29: The Best Way To Handle Your Hearing Instruments

    The best way to handle your hearing instruments Your new hearing instruments are highly sensitive instruments. This naturally requires some care in their handling. They should then always give you good service. Caution! As with all electrical, non gas-encapsulated instruments, the hearing instruments must not be operated in explosion-endangered rooms.

  • Page 30: How To Solve Some Failures Yourself

    How to solve failures yourself In selecting your PRISMA 2 hearing instruments you have chosen extremely dependable devices. However, should a fault occur, it can usually be corrected quickly. Important tips: If the instrument whistles Test the instrument yourself by closing the sound outlet opening with your fingertip.

  • Page 31: Some Useful Tips

    Some useful tips: Never expose your hearing instruments to extreme temperatures or high humidity. Never let them lie in the blazing sun. Do not wear them when taking a shower or when using hairspray. In short-wave therapy or if you work or are medically treated with strong magnetic or high-frequency fields or X-rays, under no circumstances may you wear the instruments...

  • Page 32: Hearing Training Made Easy

    Hearing training made easy Hearing instruments reproduce an abundance of sounds which frequently haven’t been experienced for many years. Every person reacts differently the first time he or she wears a hearing instrument. The familiarisation phase therefore differs from person to person. There are people who are quite happy to wear their hearing instruments the whole day long right from the start.

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    3rd step Become familiar with your own voice You’ve already made remarkable progress! You’ve become much more familiar with the sounds in your daily environment. As an exercise read out aloud and concentrate on your own voice. 4th step Learn to understand the voices of others Wear the instrument when you speak with someone in your family.

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    7th step Telephoning with your hearing instrument You can telephone in the “normal“ M position. Set the switch on the hearing instrument to T if you have difficulties in understanding. Place the telephone receiver behind your external ear against the hearing instrument and find the most favorable and loudest transmission.

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    Once good hearing returns to your everyday life – and you can enjoy both speech and music again – then we at Siemens are also satisfied. Because we’ve put all our knowledge and skill into developing...

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    Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH Gebbertstrasse 125 91058 Erlangen Germany www.hearing-siemens.com Subject to change without prior notice Order No. A91100-M5100-1033-01-7600 Printed in Germany 35018 12.03.JK 78 19 191...

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