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Alta2 Nera2 Ria2INSTRUCTIONS FOR USEAlta2, Alta, Nera2, Nera, Ria2, RiaIIC-CIC-ITC-HS-FS

Introduction to this bookletIndication for useThis booklet guides you in how to use and maintain your newhearing instrument. Please read the booklet carefully includingthe Warning section. This will help you to achieve the full benefitof your new hearing instrument.The hearing instrument is intended to amplify and transmit soundto the ear and thereby compensate for mild to severe hearingimpairment.Your Hearing Care Professional has adjusted the hearinginstrument to meet your needs. If you have additional questions,please contact your Hearing Care Professional.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsFor your convenience this booklet contains a navigation bar to helpyou navigate easily through the different sections.IMPORTANT NOTICEThe hearing instrument amplification is uniquely adjusted and optimisedto your personal hearing capabilities during the instrument fittingperformed by your Hearing Care Professional.

Table of contentAboutStart upHandlingIdentify your hearing instrument styleSize 10 battery (CIC shown)Size 312 battery (ITC shown)Size 13 battery (Full shell shown)Identify left and right instrumentBatteryTurn the hearing instrument on and offWhen to replace a batteryReplace the batteryCaring for your hearing instrumentFilter replacementReplace ProWax filter (all instruments)Replace T-Cap filter (instruments with 10 batteries)Replace O-Cap filter (instruments with 312 and 13 batteries)Insert the instrumentRemove your hearing rningsAdditionalsOptional features and accessoriesMute the hearing instrument (optional)Change programs (optional)Change volume with push button (optional)Change volume with volume wheel (optional)Wireless accessories (optional)Other options (optional)WarningsTroubleshooting guideWarranty certificateInternational warrantyMobile phoneTechnical information30313234353839405052535456

Identify your hearing instrument styleFor your in-the-ear instrument, there are several different styles andsizes. Please identify your style. This will make it easier for you tonavigate through this booklet.The below abbreviations will be used in the booklet.IIC: Invisible-In-the-CanalCIC: Completely-In-the-CanalITC: In-the-CanalHS: Half-ShellFS: Full Shell6About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals Size 10 battery(IIC, CIC, ITC, HS)IIC shown Size 312 battery(ITC, HS, FS)ITC shown ize 13 batteryS(ITC, HS, FS)HS shownAll styles come in different shapes and with different configurations.7

Size 10 battery (CIC shown)What it doesWhat it isFacing outFacing inPush buttonFacing outFacing inChange program/volumeProWax speakerprotectionSound outTo help pull outthe instrumentfrom the ear canalPull out stringBattery drawerVentT-CapmicrophoneprotectionContains thebattery. Batterydrawer is theon/off switchSound inVentComponents may be positioned differently on your instruments.8About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals9

Size 312 battery (ITC shown)What it doesWhat it isFacing outO-Cap microphoneprotectionFacing inVolume wheelFacing outProWax speakerprotectionBattery drawerContains thebattery. Batterydrawer is theon/off switchPush buttonVentSound inFacing inChange volumeSound outChange programVentComponents may be positioned differently on your instruments.10About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals11

Size 13 battery (Full shell shown)What it doesWhat it isFacing outO-Cap microphoneprotectionFacing inFacing outVolume wheelSound inFacing inChange volumeSound outProWaxspeakerprotectionBatterydrawerContains thebattery. Batterydrawer is theon/off switchVent12Push buttonAbout Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsVentChange programComponents may be positioned differently on your instruments.13

Identify left and right instrumentBatteryIt is important to distinguish between the left and the rightinstrument as they might be shaped and programmed differently.Your hearing instrument is a miniature electronic device that runs onspecial batteries. To activate the hearing instrument, you must inserta new battery in the battery drawer. See how in the “Replace thebattery” section.A BLUE shell, text or dotidentifies the LEFTinstrument.A RED shell, text or dotidentifies the RIGHTinstrument14About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsBattery drawerRefer to the first pages of theAbout section to see yourinstrument’s battery sizePull out to open15

Turn the hearing instrument on and offWhen to replace a batteryThe battery drawer is also used to switch the hearing instrumenton and off. To preserve the battery, make sure your instrument isswitched off when you are not wearing it.When it is time to replace the battery you will hear two beepsrepeated in moderate intervals until the battery runs out.Turn ONClose thebatterydrawer withthe batteryin place.16Turn OFFOpen thebatterydrawerAbout Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsTwo beeps The battery is running lowFour beeps The battery has run outBattery maintenance tipTo make sure the hearing instrument is always working bring sparebatteries with you, or replace the battery before you leave home.17

Replace the battery1. Remove2. Uncover3. Insert4. CloseTipMultiToolFully open thebattery drawer.Remove thebattery.18Remove thesticky label fromthe side of thenew battery.Insert the newbattery into thebattery drawer.Make sure the side faces the on the batterydrawer.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsClose the battery drawer. Theinstrument will play a jingle.Hold the instrument close toyour ear to hear the jingle.The MultiTool can be used forbattery change. Use the magneticend to remove and insert batteries.The MultiTool is provided byyour Hearing Care Professional.19

Caring for your hearing instrumentWhen handling your hearing instrument, hold it over a soft surfaceto avoid damage if you drop it.Clean the vent by pressing the brush thoughthe hole while twisting it slightly.Cleaning the instrumentCarefully brush away debris from the microphone openings with aclean brush. Gently brush the surface.VentMicrophoneopeningsVentIMPORTANT NOTICEUse a soft, dry cloth to clean the hearing instrument. It must never be washedor immersed in water or other liquids.20About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals21

The MultiToolThe MultiTool contains a brush and a wire loop for cleaning ear waxfrom the instrument. The brush can be replaced and purchased fromyour Hearing Care Professional.Wire loopIf the vent is very small, a special tool may be required. Please consultyour Hearing Care Professional.MagnetBrush22About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals23

Filter replacementIf you experience reduced sound quality, it is time to change the filters.Replace ProWax filter (all instruments)1. Tool2. Remove3. InsertPush the empty pininto the ProWax filterin the instrumentand pull it out.Insert the new ProWaxfilter using the otherpin, remove the tooland throw it out.Please refer to the following pages for instructions on how to replacethe appropriate filters.NewfilterIMPORTANT NOTICEAlways use the same type of wax filter as was originally supplied with theinstrument.Remove the tool fromthe shell. The toolhas two pins, oneempty for removaland one with thenew ProWax filter.If you are in any doubt about the use or replacement of wax filters, contactyour Hearing Care Professional.24About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals25

Replace T-Cap filter (instruments with10 batteries)1. Tool2. Remove3. Insertnew filterRemove the tool fromthe packaging. Thetool has two ends,one for removal andone with the newT-Cap filter.26Replace O-Cap filter (instruments with 312 and13 batteries)1. Tool2. Remove3. InsertPush the pointed endof the tool into theexisting O-Cap filterand pull it out.Insert the new O-Capfilter using the otherend of the tool, removethe tool and throw it filterPush the tool forkunder the top edgeof the used T-Capfilter and lift it out.Insert the new T-Capfilter and remove thetool by twisting itslightly. Throw thetool out after use.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsRemove the tool fromthe packaging. Thetool has two ends,one for removal andone with the newO-Cap filter.27

Insert the instrumentStep 1Remove your hearing instrumentsStep 2Hold the hearing instrument by the pull-out string (if available).Gently pull the instrument from the ear canal.If your instrument doesn’t have a pull-out string, you can remove it bypulling on the edge of the instrument.Hold the instrument with the coloreddot facing upwards. Place the tip ofthe instrument in your ear canal.28Gently pull your ear outwards andpush the hearing instrument into theear canal, twisting slightly if necessary.Follow the natural contour of the earcanal.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsIMPORTANT NOTICEDO NOT use the battery door as a handle to insert or remove your instruments.It is not designed for this purpose.29

Optional features and accessoriesThe features and accessories described on the following pages areoptional. Please contact your Hearing Care Professional to find outhow your hearing instrument is programmed.Mute the hearing instrument (optional)Use the mute function if you need to silencethe instrument while wearing it.If you experience difficult listening situations, a special program maybe helpful. These are programmed by your Hearing Care Professional.Apply a very long pressto the push button tomute the instrument.To reactivate theinstrument, push thebutton briefly.Write down hearing situations where you may need help.IMPORTANT NOTICEDo not use the mute function as an off switch, as the hearing instrumentstill draws current from the battery in this mode.30About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals31

Change programs (optional)Your hearing instrument can have up to 4 different programs.These are programmed by your Hearing Care Professional.Press the button to change program. Use a short pressif the push button is used for program change only anda long press if it is also used for volume control.Note that if you have two syncronzed instruments,(both instruments respond when either push buttonis operated) the RIGHT instrument switches forwardfrom e.g., program 1 to 2 and the LEFT instrumentswitches backwards from e.g., program 4 to 3.If your instruments work independently, you mustpress the buttons on each instrument.32About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsTo be filled out by the Hearing Care ProfessionalProgramSound you will hearwhen activated1“1 beep”2“2 beeps”3“3 beeps”4“4 beeps”When to useProgram change:IndependentSyncronizedLEFTRIGHTShort pressLong press33

Change volume with push button (optional)The push button allows you to adjust the volume.You may hear a click when you turn the volume up or down.Change volume with volume wheel (optional)The volume wheel allows you to adjust the volume.You may hear a click when you turn up or down the volume.MAXIMUMA short press on theRIGHT instrumentincreases the volumeSTARTINGLEVELA short press on theLEFT instrumentdecreases the volumeYou hear 2beeps at thestartingvolume levelTurn forward to turnup volumeDownUpTurn backwards toturn down the volumeMINIMUMTo be filled out by the Hearing Care ProfessionalVolume change34LEFTRIGHTAbout Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals35

Quick resetIf you wish to return to the standard settings of the instrumentprogrammed by your Hearing Care Professional, simply open andthen close the battery drawer.Open36CloseAbout Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals

Wireless accessories (optional)As an enhancement to your wireless hearing instrument a broad rangeof wireless accessories are available.ConnectLineConnectLine is a family ofproducts that allows you toreceive audio signals fromTVs, phones, music players,PCs or an external microphonewirelessly through your hearinginstrument.38Remote ControlThe Remote Control offers anopportunity to change programor adjust the volume in yourhearing instrument.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsOther options (optional)TelecoilTelecoil helps you hear better when using atelephone with a built in loop or when you are inbuildings with teleloop systems such as theatres,churches or lecture rooms. This symbol or a similarsign is shown wherever a teleloop has been installed.Autophoneis a program that will automatically be activatedwhen your telephone has a built in teleloop (seeabove). A magnet needs to be placed on yourtelephone next to the sound outlet.39

WarningsYou should familiarize yourself fullywith the following general warningsbefore using your hearing instrumentfor personal safety and to securecorrect use.Consult your Hearing Care Professional ifyou experience unexpected operationsor events with your hearing instrument.Usage of hearing instruments Hearing instruments should be usedonly as directed and adjusted by yourHearing Care Professional. Misusecan result in sudden and permanenthearing loss.40 Never allow others to wear yourhearing instrument as incorrectusage could cause permanentdamage to their hearing. Batteries have occasionally beenmistaken for pills. Therefore checkyour medicine carefully beforeswallowing any pills.Choking hazards & risk of swallowingbatteries Hearing instruments, their parts,and batteries should be kept outof reach of children and anyonewho might swallow these items, orotherwise cause injury to themselves.If a battery or hearing instrument isswallowed, see a doctor immediatelyand contact the national Poisen Centerat 1 800-222-1222 or the nationalBattery ingestion Hotline at202-625-3333.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsBattery use Always use batteries recommendedby your Hearing Care Professional.Batteries of low quality may leak andcause bodily harm. Never attempt to recharge yourbatteries and never dispose ofbatteries by burning them. There is arisk that the batteries will explode.41

WarningsDysfunction Be aware of the possibility thatyour hearing instrument may stopworking without notice. Keepthis in mind when you depend onwarning sounds (e.g., when you are intraffic). The hearing instruments maystop functioning, for instance if thebatteries have expired or if the tubingis blocked by moisture or ear wax.42Active implants Caution must be taken with activeimplants. In general, follow theguidelines recommended bymanufacturers of implantabledefibrillators and pacemakersregarding use with mobile phones. If you wear an active implant, thenkeep the hearing instrument morethan 15 cm away from the implantand Autophone magnet or MultiTool(has a built in magnet) more than30 cm away from the implant. E.g.,do not carry them in a breast pocket.About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals If you have an active brain implant,please contact the manufacturerof your implantable device forinformation about the risk ofdisturbance.Explosives The power source in your hearinginstrument has insufficient energyto cause fire in normal usageconditions. The hearing instrumenthas not been tested for compliancewith international standardsconcerning explosive environments.It is recommended not to use yourhearing instrument in areas wherethere is a danger of explosions.X-ray, CT, MR, PET scanning andelectrotherapy Remove your hearing instrument forexample during X-ray, CT / MR / PETscanning electrotherapy or surgeryas your hearing instrument may bedamaged when exposed to strongfields.43

WarningsAvoiding heat and chemicals Your hearing instrument must neverbe exposed to extreme heat e.g., leftinside a parked car in the sun. Your hearing instrument must notbe dried in microwave ovens or otherovens. The chemicals in cosmetics,hairspray, perfume, after shavelotion, suntan lotion and insectrepellent can damage your hearinginstrument. Always remove yourhearing instrument before applyingsuch products and allow time to drybefore putting it on.44Power instrument Special care should be excercised inselecting, fitting and using a hearinginstrument where maximum soundpressure capability exceeds 132 dBSPL (IEC 711), as there may be risk ofimpairing the remaining hearing ofthe hearing instrument user.For information on whether yourinstrument is a power instrument,see the back of this leaflet.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsPossible side effects Hearing instruments, molds ordomes may cause an acceleratedaccumulation of ear wax. The otherwise non-allergenicmaterials used in hearinginstruments may in rare cases causea skin irritation or any other unusualcondition.Please seek consultation with aphysician if these conditions occur.Interference Your hearing instrument has beenthoroughly tested for interference,according to the most stringentinternational standards. However,interference with your hearinginstrument and other devices mayoccur, (e.g., some mobile telephones,citizens band systems,and shopalarm systems). If this occur increasethe distance between the hearinginstrument and the device.45

WarningsWarning to hearing instrumentdispensersA hearing instrument dispensershould advise a prospectivehearing instrument user to consultimmediately with a licensed physician(preferably an ear specialist) beforedispensing a hearing instrument ifthe hearing instrument dispenserdetermines through inquiry, actualobservation, or review of any otheravailable information concerning theprospective user, that the prospectiveuser has any of the followingconditions:(i) Visible congenital or traumaticdeformity of the ear.(ii) History of active drainage from theear within the previous 90 days.46(iii) History of sudden or rapidlyprogressive hearing losswithin the previous 90 days.(iv) Acute or chronic dizziness.(v) Unilateral hearing loss of suddenor recent onset within theprevious 90 days.(vi) Audiometric air-bone gap equalto or greater than 15 decibels at500 Hertz (Hz), 1,000 Hz, and2,000 Hz.(vii) Visible evidence of significantcerumen accumulation or aforeign body in the ear canal.(viii) Pain or discomfort in the ear.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsSpecial care should be exercisedin selecting and fitting a hearinginstrument whose maximum soundpressure capability exceeds 132 dBSPL as there may be risk of impairingthe remaining hearing of the hearinginstrument user.Important notice for prospectivehearing instrument users Good health practice requires thata person with a hearing loss havea medical evaluation by a licensedphysician (preferably a physicianwho specializes in diseases of theear) before purchasing a hearinginstrument. Licensed physicianswho specialize in diseases ofthe ear are often referred to asOtolaryngologists, Otologistsor Otorhinolaryngologists. Thepurpose of medical evaluation is toensure that all medically treatableconditions that may affect hearingare identified and treated beforethe hearing instrument is purchased.Following the medical evaluation,the physician will give you a writtenstatement that states that yourhearing loss has been medicallyevaluated and that you may beconsidered a candidate fora hearing instrument. The physicianwill refer you to an audiologist ora hearing instrument dispenser,as appropriate, for a hearinginstrument evaluation.47

Warnings The audiologist or hearinginstrument dispenser will conducta hearing instrument evaluation toassess your ability to hear with andwithout a hearing instrument. Thehearing instrument evaluation willenable the audiologist or dispenserto select and fit a hearing instrumentto your individual needs. If you havereservations about your ability toadapt to amplification, you shouldinquire about the availability ofa trial, rental or purchase-optionprogram. Many hearing instrumentdispensers now offer programsthat permit you to wear a hearinginstrument for a period of timefor a nominal fee, after whichyou may decide if you want to48purchasethe hearing instrument.Federal law limits the sale of hearinginstruments to those individualswho have obtained a medicalevaluation from a licensed physician. Federal law permits a fully informedadult to sign a waiver statementdeclining the medical evaluationfor religious or personal beliefsthat preclude consultation with aphysician. The exercise of such awaiver is not in your best healthinterest and its use is stronglydiscouraged. A hearing instrumentwill not restore normal hearing andwill not prevent or improve a hearingimpairment resulting from organicconditions. A hearing instrument isAbout Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionalsonly part of hearing rehabilitationand may need to be supplementedby auditory training and lip reading.Children with hearing lossIn addition to seeing a physician formedical evaluation, a child with ahearing loss should be directed toan audiologist for evaluation andrehabilitation, since hearing lossmay cause problems in languagedevelopment and educationaland social growth of a child. Anaudiologist is qualified by training andexperience to assist in the evaluation andrehabilitation of a child with a hearingloss. If the user is an infant, smallchild, or person of mental incapacity,it is recommended that the hearinginstrument be modified with a tamperresistant battery compartment.49

Troubleshooting guideSymptomNo soundIntermittent orreduced soundSquealing noisePossible causesSolutionsWorn-out batteryReplace the batteryClogged sound outletClean sound outlet or replace ProWaxClogged microphone inletClean microphone inlet or replace filter (T-Cap or O-Cap)Clogged sound outletClean sound outlet or replace ProWaxMoistureWipe battery and instrument with a dry clothWorn-out batteryReplace the batteryHearing instrument not inserted properlyRe-insert the hearing instrumentEar wax accumulated in ear canalHave ear canal examined by your doctorIf none of the above solutions work, consult your Hearing Care Professional for assistance.50About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionals51

Warranty certificateInternational warrantyName of owner:Your hearing instrument is coveredby an international limited warrantyissued by the manufacturer for aperiod of 12 months from the date ofdelivery. This limited warranty coversmanufacturing and material defectsin the hearing instrument itself, butnot accessories such as batteries,tubing, ear wax filters etc. Problemsarising from improper handling or care,excessive use, accidents, repairs madeby an unauthorised party, exposureto corrosive conditions, physicalchanges in your ear, damage due toforeign objects entering the device,or incorrect adjustments are NOTcovered by the limited warranty andmay void it. The above warranty doesnot affect any legal rights that youDispenser:Dispenser address:Dispenser phone:Purchase date:Warranty period: Month:Model left: Serial no.:Model right: Serial no.:Battery size:52About Start up Handling Options Warnings Additionalsmight have under applicable nationallegislation governing sale of consumergoods. Your Hearing Care Professionalmay have issued a warranty that goesbeyond the clauses of this limitedwarranty. Please consult him/her forfurther information.If you need serviceTake your hearing instrument to yourHearing Care Professional, who maybe able to sort out minor problems andadjustments immediately.53

Mobile phoneSome hearing instrument usershave reported a buzzing sound intheir hearing instrument when theyare using mobile phones, indicatingthat the mobile phone and hearinginstrument may not be compatible.According to the ANSI C63.19 standard(ANSI C63.19–2007 American NationalStandard Methods of Measurementof Compatibility Between WirelessCommunications Devices and HearingAids), the compatibility of a particularhearing instrument and mobile phonecan be predicted by adding the ratingfor the hearing instrument immunityto the rating for the mobile phoneemissions. For example, the sum of ahearing instrument rating of 2 (M2/T2) and a telephone rating of 3 (M3/54T3) would result in a combined ratingof 5. Any combined rating that equalsat least 5 would provide “normal use”; acombined rating of 6 or greater wouldindicate “excellent performance”.Hearing loss75 - 9091 - 100M3/T3M4/T3The equipment performancemeasurements, categories, and systemclassifications are based upon thebest information available but cannotguarantee that all users will be satisfied.About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsIMPORTANT NOTICEThe performance of individual hearing instruments may vary withindividual mobile phones. Therefore, please try this hearing instrumentwith your mobile phone or, if you are purchasing a new phone, be sure totry it with your hearing instrument prior to purchase.For additional guidance, please ask your mobile phone provider for the bookletentitled “Hearing Aid Compatibility with Digital Wireless Mobile Phones.”55

Technical informationThe hearing instrument contains aradio transmitter using short rangemagnetic induction technologyworking at 3.84 MHz. (Not appicableto non-wireless instruments.)The magnetic field strength of thetransmitter is -42 dBμA/m @ 10m.Due to the limited space available onthe instruments all relevant approvalmarkings are found in this document.The emission power from the radiosystem is well below internationalemission limits for human exposure.For comparison, the radiation of thehearing instrument is lower thanunintended electromagnetic radiationfrom for example halogen lamps,computer monitors, dishwashers, etc.The hearing instrument complies withinternational standards concerningElectromagnetic Compatibility.56About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsIIC and CIC wireless instrumentscontain a module with:FCC ID: U28FU2CICWLIC: 1350B-FU2CICWLITC, HS & FS wireless instrumentscontain a module with:FCC ID: U28FU2ITEIC: 1350B-FU2ITEThe device complies with Part 15 ofthe FCC rules and RSS-210 of IndustryCanada.Operation is subject to the followingtwo conditions:1. This device may not cause harmfulinterference.2. This device must accept anyinterference received, includinginterference that may causeundesired operation.Changes or modifications not expresslyapproved by the party responsiblefor compliance could void the user’sauthority to operate the equipment.More information: www.oticon.com57

Oticon declares that this hearinginstrument is in compliance with theessential requirements and otherrelevant provisions of Directive1999/5/EC.Declaration of conformityis available at:Oticon A/SKongebakken 9DK-2765 SmørumDenmarkwww.oticon.comPower instrumentYesNoSettings overview for your hearing instrumentLeftRightYesNoVolume controlYesNoYesNoProgram shiftYesNoYesNoMuteYesNoVolume control indicatorsWaste from electronicequipment must behandled according tolocal regulations.58OnOffBeeps at min /max volumeOnOffOnOffClicks when changing volumeOnOffOnOffBeeps at preferred volumeOnOffOnOffBattery indicatorsN1175About Start up Handling Options Warnings AdditionalsOnOffLow battery warning


Custom 75 (only IIC)Custom 75Custom 85Cutom 90Custom 100Peak OSPL90109 dB SPL109 dB SPL117 dB SPL121 dB SPL127 dB SPLHF Average OSPL90Measurementsaccording toAmerican NationalStandard ANSI S3.22 (2003) andS3.7 (1995).0 dB SPL ref. 20 mPaSupply voltage:Battery ZincAir 1.4 VoltReference Test Gain103 dB SPL105 dB SPL113 dB SPL116 dB SPL123 dB SPLPeak Full-on Gain35 dB38 dB50 dB54 dB62 dBHF Average Full-on Gain34 dB35 dB45 dB49 dB58 dB–27 dB37 dB40 dB48 dB100-8500 Hz100-8500 Hz100-8000 Hz100-8500 Hz100-8000 HzTotal Harmonic Distortion500 Hz2% 2% 2% 2% 2%Total Harmonic Distortion800 Hz 2% 2% 2% 2% 2%Total Harmonic Distortion1600 Hz 2%2%2%2% 2%Frequency RangeBattery ConsumptionEquivalent Input Noise Level (omni/dir)HF Average SPLITS (left/right ear)Attack TimeRelease Time0.7 mA1.0 mA1.0 mA1.0 mA0.9 mA18/- dB SPL20/29 dB SPL19/29 dB SPL19/29 dB SPL15/26 dB SPL–82/82 dB SPL90/90 db SPL93/93 db SPL105/105 db SPL2 ms1 ms1 ms1 ms0.6 ms116 ms90 ms65 ms55 ms58 ms

90Input: 50 dB SPL.Technical setting: A0Hz50010002000 Hz5000100009080100dBHz50010002000 Hz5000100002010200Hz50010002000 Hz50001000030201010011010090100Input: 50 dB SPL.Technical setting: A04030Input: 90 dB SPL.Technical setting: A0dB SPL120Full-on GaindB40100200200Hz50010002000 Hz500010000FOG 2CC ITC75t 05 10 2012 str lo 11:39:10Full-on Gain200100OSPL90 Output SoundPressure LevelMPO 2cc ITC 85 05 10 2012 str lo 11:56:35100110MPO 2cc ITC75 05 10 2012 str lo 11:42:45110100Custom 85dB SPLP084 Intiga i 10 711 OSPL90 17 11 2011 str lo 09:34:08Input: 90 dB SPL.Technical setting: A0dB SPL120Alta Pro IIC FOG 711 S 14 10 2013 kbn tjn 16:33:32OSPL90 Output SoundPressure LevelCustom 75200Hz50010002000 Hz500010000dB50403020100200Hz50010002000 Hz500010000FOG 2cc ITC 85 05 10 2012 str lo 11:57:54Custom 75 (IIC only)

Custom 90120120110100Full-on GainInput: 50 dB SPL.Technical setting: A0200Hz50010002000 Hz500010000100100dBHz50010002000 Hz500010000200Hz50010002000 Hz500010000dB607050604030100200200Hz50010002000 Hz5000100005040100Alta ITE 100 FOG 2cc 30 08 2013 str lo 14:30:57100110Alta ITE 100 MPO 2cc 30 08 2013 str lo 14:26:44130MPO 2cc ITC 90 05 10 2012 str lo 13:27:43Input: 90 dB SPL.Technical setting: A0dB SPLdB SPL130FOG 2cc ITC 90 05 10 2012 str lo 13:29:14OSPL90 Output SoundPressure LevelCustom 100


Custom 75 (only IIC)Custom 75Custom 85Cutom 90Custom 100Peak OSPL90109 dB SPL109 dB SPL117 dB SPL121 dB SPL127 dB SPLHF Average OSPL90Measurementsaccording toAmerican NationalStandard ANSI S3.22 (2003) andS3.7 (1995).0 dB SPL ref. 20 mPaSupply voltage:Battery ZincAir 1.4 VoltReference Test Gain103 dB SPL105 dB SPL113 dB SPL116 dB SPL123 dB SPLPeak Full-on Ga

(IIC, CIC, ITC, HS) Size 312 battery (ITC, HS, FS) Size 13 battery (ITC, HS, FS) The below abbreviations will be used in the booklet. IIC: Invisible-In-the-Canal CIC: Completely-In-the-Canal ITC: In-the-Canal HS: Half-Shell FS: Full Shell All styles come in different shapes and with different configurations. IIC shown ITC shown HS shown

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