Phonak ComPilot - Bluetooth Pairing Guide
Bluetooth provides a way for devices like mobile phones, laptops and personal computers to communicate wirelessly. The ComPilot supports Bluetooth to allow audio signals to receive wireless input from many different audio devices, streaming it to the hearing instruments. For example, you can receive mobile phone calls directly to your hearing instruments or listen to music from your PC.
Using a Bluetooth device: pairing and connecting
If the device is Bluetooth-enabled and supports the appropriate profiles, it can communicate with the ComPilot only after completing two simple procedures: Pairing and connecting. The pairing procedure gives control over which Bluetooth devices are permitted to communicate with each other. This procedure needs to be completed only once for each device you wish to use with the ComPilot. Once a device is permitted to communicate with the ComPilot by the pairing procedure, the connection procedure allows the device to actually output its audio signal over the Bluetooth connection. Some Bluetooth devices perform the connection procedure automatically after pairing.
How to start ComPilot or TVLink S basestation pairing
To start ComPilot pairing: Press and hold the ComPilot <> and + button simultaneously for 2 seconds until the Audio indicator starts to rapidly blink blue. Your ComPilot will remain in the pairing mode for two minutes or until the pairing is completed.
To start TVLink S basestation pairing: press the TVLink S basestation ON/OFF button for 5 seconds until the Bluetooth indicator is rapidly blinking blue.