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The easyTek in detail
(1) Multi-function button
(2) Neckloop antenna
(3) Microphone openings
(4) Status information with LED indicators
(5) Neckloop ports
(6) Volume buttons
(7) Port for audio devices with 3.5 mm jack
(8) Port for FM receiver
(9) Reset button
(10) Micro-USB port for charging
easyTek - easy pairing
Hearing aids: Step 1
Put easyTek around your neck. Turn easyTek on by pressing (1) until the green LED (4) turns on.
Hearing aids: Step 2
Put your hearing aids into your ears and turn them on. The green LED (4) flashes briefly and then slowly fades. Now your hearing aids and the easyTek are paired.
Bluetooth-enabled devices: Step 1
Turn the easyTek on by pressing and holding (1) for several seconds. If the blue LED (4) does not automatically start flashing, press (1) and volume button “+” (6) until it does.
Bluetooth-enabled devices: Step 2
Turn on the Bluetooth function of the device you want to pair the easyTek with. Search for easyTek and select it. The blue LED (4) flashes briefly and then slowly fades.
TV transmitter: Step 1
Turn the easyTek on by pressing and holding (1) for several seconds. Press (1) and both volume buttons (6) simultaneously until the blue LED (4) flashes.
TV transmitter: Step 2
Turn the TV transmitter on within 1m of easyTek and wait for the pairing to complete. This takes approximately 2 minutes. The blue LED (4) will stop flashing and remain on.
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miniPocket in detail
(2) LED signal indicator
(3) Volume buttons
(4) Key lock
(5) Program change button
(6) On rear side: Battery compartment
(7) On rear side: Opening for key ring
How to handle your miniPocket
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