Harmony no batteries

Harmony no batteries
Advanced Bionics
Harmony (or Auria Harmony)
LED status indicator
Gives information about the
battery, microphone and lock status
(whether the implant and processor
are communicating).
Volume dial
Typically the white dot will
be set at 12 o’clock for the
most comfortable listening
Program switch
Program 1: Switch right
Programme 2: Switch in
Programme 3: Switch right
For LED symbols please see Trouble Shooting Harmony
Switching on and off
When the PowerCel (battery pack) is attached, the device is on.
Removing the PowerCel turns off the device.
The PowerCel slides on and off the bottom of the device.
Alternative Power Sources
slim lasts
for 14 hours
Plus lasts
for 24 hours
PowerCel adaptor
PowerCel charging station.
Slide in PowerCel and leave
overnight or for a few hours.
Harmony headpiece with attached cable
Take care inserting the cable into the connection point. Align
carefully and then slide – don’t ram it in!
The earhook can be detached by turning it a little more than ¼ turn
either to the right or the left and then gently pulling it apart. To put
it back on again, align the earhook in the final position and gently
push it on until it clicks.
Standard earhook
To be used when the processor’s built in
microphone is the primary source for capturing
T-Mic earhook
For everyday use. Has an omni-directional
microphone which is worn in the bowl of the ear.
Particularly useful in noisy environments or on
the phone.
Direct Connect earhook
Used to link with bodyworn radio aid receivers
and various battery powered audio devices eg
iPod, CD player. You will also need to use two
cables: a Direct Connect cable (from earhook)
and an audio interface cable (to the device). For
photo, see below.
iConnect earhook
There are two types of iConnect
The one at the top is the newer small iConnect
(CI-5751-120/220/320) which takes any A10
hearing aid battery.
The bottom one is the older adult version. (CI
5751-100/200/300) This requires ZeniPower
batteries which are only available from Advanced
Bionics or from Connevans.
These ear hooks are for use with cable free ear
level radio aid receivers eg Phonak Microlink
MLxS, micro MLxS and MLxi (full dynamic). The
receiver is plugged directly into the earhook.
There is a built in telecoil and this can be assigned to a particular
program by the clinic. When using a loop system or hearing aid
compatible telephone, that program should be selected.
These can be connected by using the Direct Connect earhook and the
Direct Connect cable. An audio interface cable is then used to
connect to battery powered devices such as CD players, iPods etc.
A program needs to be designated for use with an external source.
Direct Connect Cable -this end links
to the Direct Connect earhook
Audio Interface Cable (above) goes in here.
The Harmony Listening Check
The Harmony Listening Check is a diagnostic tool, designed to enable
parents, carers and professionals to perform a subjective listening
test of the sound processor and accessories. For more details see
the information available on Sounding Board.
Need more information?
For more detailed information go to www.bionicear.com
A complete user guide for this product with clear details on
everything you could want to know is at
The index at the front is very useful and will take you directly to what
you need to know.
Here are some examples of information available from this user
Attaching and removing the Accent colour pieces
Cleaning and Caring for your Harmony processor
Electrostatic problems
Direct connect cable
Auxiliary microphone
External T coil attachment
Using the telephone
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