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ReSound Vea User Manual

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ReSound Vea
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  • Page 1 ReSound Vea ReSound Magna NON WIRELESS BEHIND-THE-EAR (BTE) USER GUIDE...
  • Page 2 Practice and a positive attitude are important in learning to use hearing instruments. Your ReSound instru- Hearing instrument model: ments have been adjusted according to your individual hearing loss and needs.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    symbols Contents WARNING points out a situation that could lead to serious injuries, Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Direct audio input (optional) .
  • Page 4: Description Of The Hearing Instruments

    Description of the Program button Battery compartment & On/Off switch bte hearing instruments Sound outlet Front microphone inlet Ve360-DI Back microphone inlet Ve370-DVI, Ve270-DVI, Ve170-VI Volume control (optional) Direct audio input Ve380-DVI, Ve280-DVI, Ve180-VI Left/Right indicator mG490-DVI (Left=Blue/Right=Red) Battery door lock 10.
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    Getting started battery door lock Your hearing care professional can install a Left/Right side indicator (Blue=Left, Unlock Lock On/Off function Red=Right), which can be used to lock the battery door. Once locked, the 1. When the battery door is closed, the hearing instrument turns on, instrument can only be turned off once the instrument is unlocked.
  • Page 6: Low Battery Indicator

    low battery indicator hearing instruments should fit snugly but comfortably. If hearing instruments cause irritation of the ears, contact your hearing care professional. Never attempt to modify the shape of the Your hearing care professional can set your hearing instrument to give an acoustical indica- hearing instrument, earmolds, or tubing yourself.
  • Page 7: Operation Of The Hearing Instrument

    Removal (custom earmolds) operation of the hearing instrument 1. Hold a portion of your earmold towards the back of the ear. Volume control (in 70, 80 and 90 models) 2. Pull the earmould outward and simultaneously rotate the earmold forward. The volume wheel has numbers on it from 1 to 4, with 4 being 3.
  • Page 8 Program button Program Description of when to use Depending on your experience level with hearing instruments, in- dividual hearing needs, and the type of listening environments you experience, your hearing care professional may activate additional programs. If additional programs have been activated, the follow- ing list explains how they work.
  • Page 9: Telephone Use

    telephone use Phonenow Finding the optimal position for holding a telephone may require practice The PhoneNow function, available on some hearing instrument models, allows your hearing for some individuals, and one or more of the following suggestions may instrument to automatically switch to your telephone program when a telephone receiver is be helpful.
  • Page 10: Tele-loop Systems

    PhoneNow another place on the telephone receiver. activation and good hearing on the telephone. 2. Only use magnets supplied by GN ReSound. PhoneNow warnings tele-loop systems 1.
  • Page 11: Connecting/disconnecting Audio Boots

    Care and maintenance Connecting/Disconnecting audio boots Your hearing instrument is protected by a layer of protective, hydrophobic nanocoat material. Connecting audio boots Please follow the following instructions to prolong the durability of your hearing instruments: 1. Align the tip of the audio boot with the groove just above the battery com- 1.
  • Page 12: Daily Maintenance

    7. Remove your hearing instrument when applying such things as cosmetics, perfume, Cleaning thin tubes and domes aftershave, hair spray, and suntan lotion. These might get into the instrument and cause 1. Remove thin tubes from hearing instruments before cleaning by unscrewing them counter damage.
  • Page 13: How To Apply Domes

    GN ReSound Hearing Instruments are subjected to various tests in temperature and damp heating cycling between -25º C (-13º F) and +70º C (+158º F) according to internal and industry standards. During transport or storage, the temperature should not exceed the limit values of -20º...
  • Page 14: General Precautions

    5. Use only original ReSound consumables e.g. tubes and domes. hearing instruments or to the hearing of the other individual. 6. Only connect ReSound hearing instruments to ReSound accessories intended and 5. Instrument usage by children or mentally challenged persons should be supervised at qualified to be used with ReSound hearing instruments.
  • Page 15: Battery Warning Information

    battery warning information before purchasing a hearing aid. Licensed physicians who specialize in diseases of the ear are often referred to as otolaryngologists, otologists or otorhinolaryngologists. The purpose 1. Do not put batteries in your mouth, as they can be harmful if swallowed. If swallowed, seek of the medical evaluation is to assure that all medically treatable conditions that may affect medical help immediately.
  • Page 16: Notice For Children With Hearing Loss

    notice for children with hearing loss: (v) Unilateral hearing loss of sudden or recent onset within the previous 90 days. (vi) Audiometric air-bone gap equal to or greater than 15 decibels at 500 hertz (Hz), 1,000 In addition to seeing a physician for a medical evaluation, a child with a hearing loss should Hz, and 2,000 Hz.
  • Page 17: Troubleshooting Guide

    tRoublesHootInG GuIDe SYMPTOM CAUSE POSSIBLE REMEDY No sound • Not turned on • Turn on by closing the battery door • Dead battery • Replace battery • Battery door will not close • Insert battery properly • Blocked earmold or tube •...
  • Page 18 tRoublesHootInG GuIDe SYMPTOM CAUSE POSSIBLE REMEDY Excessive • Incorrect earmold placement • Re-insert earmold carefully whistling / feedback • Incorrect dome placement • Re-insert dome • Excessive ear wax • Consult your hearing care professional • Feedback control may need adjustment •...
  • Page 19: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical data VE60-DI VE70-DVI, VE70-VI Maximum Output (OSPL 90) Maximum Output (OSPL 90) 2cc Coupler 2cc Coupler Open Classic Open Classic Reference test gain (60 dB SPL input) Reference test gain (60 dB SPL input) Full-on gain (50 dB SPL input) Max.
  • Page 20 Technical data Technical data VE80-DVI, VE80-VI MG90-DVI Maximum Output (OSPL 90) Maximum Output (OSPL 90) 2cc Coupler 2cc Coupler Reference test gain (60 dB SPL input) Reference test gain (60 dB SPL input) Full-on gain (50 dB SPL input) Max. Full-on gain (50 dB SPL input) Max.
  • Page 22: Warranty And Repairs

    User Guide. Proof of purchase may be required. ReSound hearing instruments to the United Nations Global Compact initiative, ReSound is committed to doing this in line with that malfunction must be repaired by a qualified technician. Do not attempt to open the case environment-friendly best practices.
  • Page 23 ReSound North America ReSound Canada 8001 Bloomington Freeway 303 Supertest Road Bloomington, MN 55420 Toronto, Ontario M3J 2M4 1-888-735-4327 1-888-737-6863 ReSound Government Services 8001 Bloomington Freeway Bloomington, MN 55420 1-800-392-9932

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