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Siemens miniTek Connection Manual

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miniTek & Tek Connection Guide
How to connect your miniTek & Tek to other devices


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    & Tek Connection Guide How to connect your miniTek & Tek to other devices

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    Connect itself which controls the hearing instruments, a Tek Transmitter and all cables necessary to link the miniTek/Tek into a variety of devices such as TVs, MP3 players, etc. A device can be anything from a phone to a TV and the various methods of connecting devices are discussed in detail on the following pages.

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    What is supplied with the miniTek/Tek Package? Tek Connect miniTek Short 2.5mm to 3.5mm (cable 1) Long 2.5mm to 3.5mm (cable 2) 3.5mm female to red and white phono leads (cable 3) SCART converter (converter 1) 3.5mm to 2.5mm converter jack (converter 2) 3.5mm to...

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    Bluetooth devices can be connected to the miniTek/Tek Connect via a process called pairing. In order to pair the miniTek/Tek Connect with a device (for example a mobile phone) follow these instructions: Activate the Bluetooth function on your phone or other device, please refer to the manufacturer’s instruction for advice on how...

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    Connect during a phone conversation is directly in front of you, either on a flat surface, worn round the neck, on jacket or top using the miniTek clip (miniTek only) or held up to your mouth.

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    The miniTek/Tek Connect can be physically connected to a wide range of devices. However, remember the limitation will be that you need to keep the miniTek/Tek Connect within range of the hearing instruments, whereas utilising the Tek Transmitter and Bluetooth allows you to be remote from the device.

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    Plug one end of cable 3 into the device and the other into either cable 1 or 2 which should also be connected into your miniTek/Tek Connect. Phono socket Cable 3...

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    LED in one corner, if this light is flashing then there is currently no connection. If the light is solid then the transmitter is connected to a miniTek/Tek Connect. If the LED is a red colour then it is connected to a power source or requires charging.

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    Plug the cable directly into a headphone socket on the device, e.g. the headphone socket of your TV (note, depending on your TV this might mute the sound through the conventional speakers). Headphone socket Cable 1 or 2 Or, plug the cable into the audio out sockets, of your device using cable 3 and either cable 1 or 2.

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    Plug the cable into the SCART out socket, of your device (some devices have separate IN and OUT sockets, some are combined). You will find a SCART adapter (converter 1) in your miniTek/Tek package. Plug converter 1 into the SCART out socket of the device and cable 3 into converter 1.

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    Go to Connecting to a non Bluetooth device via the Tek Transmitter Yes. Continue Do you wish to connect a non Bluetooth device directly to the miniTek/Tek Connect? (recommended for MP3 players or similar). Go to Connecting to a non Bluetooth device via the miniTek/Tek Connect...

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    UK Contact Information Siemens Hearing Instruments Ltd. Alexandra House Newton Road Crawley RH10 9TT Telephone: 01293 423700 Global Business Unit Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH The information in this document contains Gebbertstrasse 125 general descriptions of the technical options 91058 Erlangen...

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