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Yes, the hearing aid microphones are still active.
Yes, the hearing aid microphones can be muted when streaming sound (see your user instruction manual).
Watch how to mute hearing aids microphone using ConnectClip
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To switch from remote microphone mode to streaming mode, long press the main button/multi-button (i.e. approx. 3 seconds) and hearing aids will return to initial programme (P1).
This is possible by muting the hearing aid microphones manually when using ConnectClip. Your hearing care professional can adjust the level of the hearing aid microphones relative to the streamed signal in the fitting software.
The volume control keys on ConnectClip will adjust both the hearing aid microphone level and streamed signal level in the hearing aid.
Yes, the remote microphone programme is added to the hearing aid programme cycle when it is paired with ConnectClip. Remote microphone mode can be accessed by pushing the programme button on the hearing aid, ConnectClip or Oticon ON App.
You will only hear the sound coming from ConnectClip.
How to mute hearing aids
No, ConnectClip has a new noise reduction system.
Opn hearing aids require firmware version 5.0 or later.
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