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People First is our promise

to empower people

to communicate freely,

interact naturally and

participate actively

People First

InstructIons For use


Pairing/intial setup (only needed once)

charging/power indicator

The microphone should point towards the speaker’s mouth within a 

distance of 10 to 20 cm.

The Microphone will transmit the speech from the Speaker directly 

 to the Hearing instrument user.

Note: A Microphone will only work with one Streamer at a time

Status indicator 


Microphone input 


Power indicator 


On /Off button

Microphone input 

(noise detector), 

do not cover

Battery Charge connector 

(mini USB)

Battery Low 

Maximum 20 min. 

speaking time left


Fully charged

(Approx. 1.5 hours 

charge time.)  Will last 

for 5 approx. hours use.

2. Microphone in pairing mode

Press and hold for 6 seconds until orange 

Light flashes rapidly

1. streamer in pairing mode

Hold until blue 

light flashes

Orange light is flashing 

rapidly in pairing mode


3. Microphone paired

Wait up to 1 minute until Streamer light 

is orange and microphone light is orange

What’s in the box?

Product overview

up to 15 m




with clip


red light

Wearing with 



green light




green light


should always 

be worn with 

the neck-loop

hearing Instrument user


Power supply (charger)

This manual




Carrying pouch

1 min

6 secs

6 secs





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how the Microphone works

To charge the microphone, connect the power supply cord to  

the mini USB connector placed at the bottom of the microphone.

Important additional information  

The ConnectLine wireless microphone contains a radio trans-

mitter using a frequency hopping technology working in the 

ISM-band at 2.4 GHz. 

The peak conducted output power of the transmitter is less 

than 6 dBm and the antenna is a small PCB antenna with a 

directional gain of less than 2 dBi (dB over an isotropical or 

omni-directional antenna).

The emission power from the Connectline Microphone is below 

international emission limits for Human Exposure. For com-

parison, the radiation of the Connectline Microphone is less 

than unintended electromagnetic radiation from for example 

hair dryers, electric shavers etc. The Connectline Microphone 

complies with international standards concerning Electromag-

netic Compatibility. 

USA and Canada

Due to the limited size available on the device, many of the 

relevant approval markings are found in this document.

This instrument is certified under:


IC: 1350B-MIC110

The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and  

RSS-210 of Industry Canada.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference. This device 

must accept any interference received, including interference 

that may cause undesired operation.

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply 

with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 

of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reason-

able protection against harmful interference in a residential 

installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate 

radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in ac-

cordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interfer-

ence to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee 

that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or 

television reception, which can be determined by turning the 

equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct 

the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

•  Increase the separation between the equipment and  


•  Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different 

from that to which the receiver is connected.

•  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician  

for help.

Not a toy

The Connectline Microphone is not a toy and therefore should 

be kept out of the reach of children and anyone else who might 

swallow parts or otherwise cause injury to themselves. Special 

attention should be paid to the smaller components in order to 

prevent children from swallowing them and choking. If a part is 

swallowed, see a doctor immediately. 

Use on aircrafts

The Connectline Microphone should not be used onboard air-

crafts unless specifically permitted by the flight personnel.

Active Implants

Oticon shows caution and advise to follow the guideline as 

recommended by manufacturers of implantable defibrillators 

and pacemakers regarding use of mobile phones. If you wear 

an active implant, then keep the microphone more than 15 cm 

away from the implant.

Do not expose to great heat

Never exposure the Connectline Microphone to great heat by 

putting it in the oven, micro wave oven or burning it. There is a 

risk that it will explode and cause serious injury.


Oticon recommends cleaning on a regular basis, using a  

damp cloth witout solvents. 

Do not immerse Connectline Microphone in water or other 


Only charge from UL/IEC approved equipment

The safety of recharging batteries with the USB connector 

only is determined by the external equipment. When the  

USB connector is connected to mainsoperated equipment, this 

equipment should be UL approved or comply IEC 60950, IEC-

60065, IEC-60601 or equivalent safety standards.

Use of the Lanyard

If by accident the lanyard should get caught on something 

while wearing it, the lanyard is constructed to release.  

Therefore, never try to shorten or modify the lanyard in an 

unauthorized way. The lanyard should not be used for children 

who weights less than 11 kg. 


The power source in your microphone has insufficient energy 

to cause fire in normal conditions of use. The microphone has 

not been tested for compliance with international standards 

concerning explosive atmostpheres. It is recommended not to 

use your hearing instruments in areas where there is a danger 

of explosions.

Products complying with R&TTE:

When using the ConnectLine michrophone in Norway it must 

be ensured that no radio transmission is performed within a  

20 km radius from the center of Ny-Aalesund.

X-ray, CT, MR, PET scanning and electrotherapy

Do not wear the microphone during X-ray, CT / MR / PET  

scanning, electrotherapy or surgery. 


Please familiarise yourself with the entire contents of this 

booklet before using your Connectline Microphone. It con-

tains instructions and important information about the use 

and handling of your Connectline Microphone.


Turn page

Page 1

a. Pause sound from Microphone

b. Pause sound from Streamer

start/turn on/resume sound from Microphone

1. Make sure streamer is on

2. start /turn on Microphone

3. sound from Microphone to streamer

check sound

Pause sound

turn off Microphone

Short press on 


Orange light on Streamer 

turns off

Orange light 

slowly pulsating

Short press on  

Streamer audio 


Orange light Microphone 

turns off

Orange light 

Streamer off

Blue light slowly 

 pulsating on Streamer

Orange light 

on Microphone 

turns off

Short press on connect 


Short press on 

on/off button

resume sound from Streamer 

1. Microphone has to be on

3. sound from Microphone to streamer

2. start sound from streamer

Two short




two short presses  

on audio button

Orange light  

Streamer slowly  


After 2 seconds, orange light Microphone 

turns on

(green light on)

Press and hold two seconds, until green light turns off

Orange light Streamer on and orange 

light Microphone on

Tap the top of the microphone to check that the sound is heard in 

the hearing instruments

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People First is our promise

to empower people

to communicate freely,

interact naturally and

participate actively

People First

InstructIons For use


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