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Using the Phonak Handymic With My PC

Patrick Henry

April 3, 2006

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Question

Is there a way to make my Phonak Handymic work with my pc, so that I can hear when receiving a videocall?

Answer

The Handymic transmitter comes with an auxiliary input cord. The auxiliary input cord has a three pin connector that plugs into the Handymic transmitter on one end and a 3.5 mm connector that plugs into the headset output jack on the computer speaker on the other end.

The Handymic must be in the off position. When audio signal is detected, the Handymic will automatically turn on and begin transmitting the video call audio to your FM receivers. When the video call is ended, the Handymic will turn off automatically.

For more information on Phonak products, please visit www.Phonak.com

Pat Henry is the Manager of FM products and FM sales for Phonak Hearing Systems. Pat has over 24 years experience in the hearing instrument industry and continues to focus on integrating wireless solutions to the pediatric and adult market segments.


Patrick Henry

Director, Government Services, Wireless, and Pediatrics, Phonak


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