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Hearing aid mode - HDL300 and Dual HDL300

Using hearing aid mode with Nureva Room Manager

Hearing aid mode is a feature currently only available when using Nureva Room Manager with an HDL300 or Dual HDL300 system.  Users must supply their own hearing aid transmitters for use with this feature.

When hearing aid mode is activated, a user is able to connect his or her hearing aid's transmitter to the HDL300 system via the auxiliary out jack on the connect module. Once the hearing aid is connected to the system, the user will receive both in-room and remote audio directly through the hearing aid. 

Hearing aid mode does not affect the volume or the quality of the audio. The system can be left in hearing aid mode without affecting any functionality. 

Activate hearing aid mode

To activate hearing mode for the HDL300 and Dual HDL300 systems, follow the steps below.

  • Open Nureva Room Manager
    • Under Audio conferencing system
      • Controls
        • Auxiliary ports
          • Aux Out to Mixed
  • Plug the hearing aid transmitter into the auxiliary out jack on the connect module.
  • You can now use the system as usual.

Deactivate hearing aid mode

To turn off hearing aid mode, select a different Aux out mode option. It is not necessary to disable hearing aid mode unless you require the Aux out jack for another purpose.

Last updated: July 8, 2020

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