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Put on and remove hearing aid
Test and change batteries
Control your hearing aid
Get started with the ConnectLine App
Clean your hearing aid
Treat your hearing aid with care
Change wax filter
Replace the dome
Listen to music
Use your computer or tablet
Use your telephone
Use your mobile phone
Receive education in a class room
Go to the cinema, theatre or church
Dine at a restaurant or go to a party
Tips for new users
Support for parents
Guide/support for relatives
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720 charge cycles.
Yes the battery can be replaced by your Oticon service provider.
Typical daily use is 16 hours: 4 hours streaming (e.g. 2 hours audio streaming + 2 hours phone) + 12 hours standby. Or 36 hours stand by (turned on, no streaming).
Yes, especially during audio streaming - it may reduce daily battery life of hearing aids.
Yes. This is the same as drain from other Bluetooth Devices.
It depends on the device you are charging from. We always recommend to use the provided charger.
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Yes, you can plug the USB cable into a phone charger USB plug. We recommend using the charger provided.
Yes, any standard USB connection can be used for charging ConnectClip. Note however that some. PCs/Laptops will shut off USB power when in idle mode.
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ConnectClip contains a Lithium Ion battery.
Yes, it can be left plugged in for when not in use. We recommend to un-plug if fully charged and not in use.
The capacity for the battery is several months if ConnectClip is not turned on.
Get a hearing test, receive help and advice, and buy accessories, spare parts, and cleaning tools from authorised Oticon hearing care professionals.
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