Hardware supported

Hardware supported
Pairing & App user guide
Update: Sep.23, 2015
Hardware supported
MIRA supports with the following hardware from Apple. Before attempting to pair and
connect your MIRA to your Apple product, make sure your Apple hardware matches one
of these below hardware versions.
• iPhone 6p
• iPad Air
• iPhone 6
• iPad 4th generation
• iPhone 5s
• iPad mini with Retina display
• iPhone 5c
• iPad mini
• iPhone 5
• iPod touch 5th generation
iOS versions supported and updates
MIRA requires iOS 6.1~8.4. Before starting any pairing process between MIRA and your
supported Apple hardware, make sure that right iOS version is installed and that it has
been updated to the latest version.
Pairing and connecting your MIRA to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Pairing Binaural MIRA to a supported Apple device
Your Apple device will pair with your binaural MIRA together in one
time. A blue dot on inside means left ear, red for right ear.
1. Making sure left ear MIRA is on working status and right ear MIRA
is on power off status.
2. Hold the push button of right ear MIRA until LED fast blink.
3. There are two ways to turn on Bluetooth functionality on the
Apple device … via the Settings > Bluetooth menu or by swiping
upwards from the bottom of your Apple device. [ figure 1,2]
4. Select “MIRA” in the Accessibility menu on the Apple device.
[ figure 3]
5. Once you enter the APP, you will see the Apple device trying to
detect your MIRA. Note that this may take some short amount of
time for them to be detected. Once detected, you will see the
Bluetooth logo (blue color for left ear, red color for right ear)
appear on the APP screen. [ figure 4]
Figure 1
Pairing single MIRA to a supported Apple device
1. Make sure MIRA is on power off status.
2. Hold the push button of MIRA until LED fast blink.
3. Turn on Bluetooth functionality on the Apple device if it is not
already on. This can be done in one of two ways … via the
Settings > Bluetooth menu or by swiping upwards from the
bottom of your Apple device.
4. Select “MIRA” in the Accessibility menu on the Apple device.
5. Once you enter the APP, you will see the Apple device trying to
detect your MIRA. Note that this may take some short amount of
time for them to be detected. Once detected, you will see the red
Bluetooth logo appear on the APP screen.
In the event, that MIRA is not detected the first time try the following
solutions.
1. Make sure the MIRA you are used for paring is right ear. A red
dot is show in the back side of MIRA.
2. Turn back to Apple device’s Bluetooth menu, select “MIRA” in the
Accessibility menu on the Apple device again.
3. Make sure the batteries you are using are not old and should be
replaced. If so, try again with fresh batteries.
Figure 2
Pairing left and right ear MIRA
The left and right ear MIRA has been pair before leaving the factory.
In the event, the left ear MIRA is not detected the first time try the
following solutions.
1. Make sure both left and right MIRA are on power off status.
2. Hold the push button of right ear MIRA until LED fast blink.
Release, and press again till LED blink much slower.
3. Hold the push button of left ear MIRA until LED blink as slower as
right ear do.
4. Both LED will stop blinking when pairing success.
Re-Connecting to your Apple device
MIRA
Figure 3
After pairing, you will be connected to your MIRA. When you turn off
your MIRA or your Apple App, they will be disconnected. To connect
them again, just make sure Bluetooth is on and then turn on the App.
The MIRA will then automatically connect to your Apple device.
Figure 4
Controlling your MIRA directly from the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
The MIRA Hearing Control app provides advanced remote control functionality for your
MIRA Hearing Aid(s):
• Adjust volume settings on your hearing aids
• Mute your hearing aids
• Adjust volume of your streaming device separately
• Change sound and streamer programs
• Adjust treble and bass to your preferences
• See battery and connection status
Manual fitting & remote control
Status
The APP screen provides four program status icon in the bottom.
Normal, noisy, music, telephone. [Figure 5]
Hearing aid volume
Figure 5
Increase/decrease the microphone volume level on your MIRA by
dragging the volume slider for each side (sky blue for left, red for right)
or by sliding your finger on the middle blue color slider to adjust both
sides simultaneously. [Figure 6]
Mute
Tap on the Speaker icon to mute the microphones on functional
hearing aids. Tap again on the Mute button to unmute the hearing
aids and return the volume to the position prior to muting.
Program
The current program icon is highlight in blue color background. To
change programs, tap on the name of the program you want to use.
The selected program will be sent to the hearing aid instantly.
Treble and bass
This function only available in Program Quiet and Noisy. Tap the “too
noisy” & “too sharp” buttons to change so you can listen to a variety
of options, tap “undo” buttons to undo last action.
Figure 6
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