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ReSound Mini BTE AZ60-di Mini BTE AZ60-Vi User Manual

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User GUide
resound Azure
Mini BTe
AZ60-di & AZ60-Vi


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  • Page 1 User GUide resound Azure Mini BTe AZ60-di & AZ60-Vi...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Page Your new digital ReSound Azure hearing instruments will enable you Illustrating the hearing instrument ......4-7 to hear sounds that you may not have heard in years because of your Adjusting to a world of new sounds .
  • Page 3 Your ReSound Azure AZ60-DI and AZ60-VI 7. Left/Right indicator (Right=Red, Left=Blue) Hearing Instrument 8. Battery lock 9. Model 1. Programme Selector 10. Manufacturer 2. Battery Compartment & On/Off Switch 3. Sound Outlet 4. 1 Microphone Sound Inlet 5. 2 Microphone Sound Inlet (AZ60-DI) 6.
  • Page 4 Your ReSound Azure AZ60-DI and AZ60-VI Thin Tube 8. Left/Right indicator (Right=Red, Left=Blue) Hearing Instrument 9. Battery lock 10. Model 1. Programme Selector 11. Manufacturer 2. Battery Compartment & On/Off Switch 3. Thin Tube Adaptor 4. 1 Microphone Sound Inlet 5.
  • Page 5: Adjusting To A World Of New Sounds

    Adjusting to a World of New sounds How to adjust If you are inexperienced with hearing instruments it is advisable to: New sounds 1. Use your hearing instruments every day A hearing loss is typically acquired gradually over many years. You may have become accustomed to an everyday life with fewer sounds, which 2.
  • Page 6: How To Use The Hearing Instrument

    How to Use the Hearing instrument inserting the instrument (with earmould) 1) Hold the earmould between your thumb and On/Off Function index finger and position its sound outlet in 1) When the battery compartment is fully closed, the instrument is your ear canal turned on and programme 1 will be activated 2) Slide the earmould all the way into your ear...
  • Page 7: Removing The Hearing Instrument

    inserting the instrument (with dome) Volume Control (AZ60-Vi only) 1) Place the hearing instrument behind the ear When using the instrument you can increase the volume by turning the volume control up, and reduce volume by turning it down. 2) Hold the tube where it bends and gently push the dome into your ear canal (the dome should For each volume step, you will hear a be placed far enough into the ear that the tube...
  • Page 8: Programme Selector

    Programme selector Your Programme environments: (to be completed together your hearing care professional): You can have up to four different programmes on your hearing instru- ment. The selection of programmes can be changed by your hearing Programme Description of when to use care professional.
  • Page 9: Telephone Use

    Telephone Use By selecting the telecoil programme you can improve understanding of speech when using a hearing instrument compatible telephone. Rather Your can use the telephone with your hearing instruments. Using the than picking up the sound from the telephone, this programme only telephone while using your hearing instruments may require some picks up the telephone’s magnetic signal and converts it to sound.
  • Page 10: Direct Audio Input

    Using tele-loop systems Low Battery Warning Many gathering places such as schools, theatre and houses of worship, Your hearing care professional can activate a Low Battery Warning are equipped with tele-loop systems. To take advantage of such a function in your hearing instruments. When the battery voltage/power system, select the telecoil program to pick up direct sound.
  • Page 11: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning the earmould daily Maintenance The earmould should be cleaned regularly: It is important to keep your hearing 1. Remove the earmould and the tubing from the hearing instrument instrument clean and dry every day. To before you clean it clean the instrument, use a soft cloth.
  • Page 12: Cleaning The Tube And The Dome

    Cleaning the Tube and dome How to Mount the dome The tube and the dome should be cleaned regularly: We recommend that your hearing care professional changes the dome 1. Remove the tube from the instrument before cleaning by for you, since failure to change the domes in accordance with the unscrewing it instructions could result in injury.
  • Page 13: General Precautions

    Tulip dome General Precautions The Tulip-Dome consists of two “leaves”. It is important that the largest 1. Do not leave your hearing instrument in the sun, near an open fire or “leaf” is the outermost “leaf” (A): in a hot, parked car 1.
  • Page 14: General Warnings

    General Warnings Battery Warning information 1. Consult a physician if you discover a foreign object in your ear canal, 1. Do not put batteries in your mouth as they can be harmful if swal- if you experience skin irritation or if excessive ear wax accumulates lowed.
  • Page 15: Repairs

    repairs Technical data If your ReSound hearing instrument malfunctions it must be repaired Maximum Output (2cc Coupler / IEC 60118-7) by a qualified technician. Do not attempt to open the case of the hearing instrument since this will invalidate the warranty. AZ60-DI 126 dB SPL (Typical) If your hearing instrument requires service, please contact your...
  • Page 16: Troubleshooting Guide

    Troubleshooting Guide sYMPTOM CAUse POssiBLe reMedY No sound • Not turned on • Turn on by closing the battery door • Dead battery • Replace battery • Dead rechargeable battery • Recharge battery • Battery improperly inserted • Insert battery properly •...
  • Page 17 Troubleshooting Guide sYMPTOM CAUse POssiBLe reMedY squealing • Loose earmould • Remove and reinsert • Dual Stabilizer II needs re-initialization • Consult your hearing care professional • Dome not placed correctly • Remove and reinsert • Build-up of earwax • Consult your physician •...
  • Page 18: Key Word Index

    Key Word index Sound dissapeared..........30-33 Advice/Adjusting to the hearing aid .
  • Page 19 Worldwide Headquarters Australia GN ReSound A/S GN ReSound Pty. Ltd. Lautrupbjerg 9 Unit R1 Regent Park Estate DK-2750 Ballerup, Denmark 391 Park Road Tel.: +45 45 75 11 11 Regent Park NXW 2143 Fax: +45 45 75 11 19 Tel.: 02 9743 9707 Fax: 02 9743 7472

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  • Susie Apr 17, 2016 01:13:
    How do you re-initial​ize the dual stabilizer​?