AP15: How to Use
How do I use my AP15 Audio Processor?
|Use the headset||Wear the headset and press the headset/handset button until the indicator is green|
|Use the handset||Press the headset/handset button until the indicator is off|
|Adjust the AP15 for compatibility with your telephone||If your telephone has a volume control, set it to mid-range. Then, while wearing the headset, remove handset from telephone cradle and listen for a clear dial tone. If you do not hear a clear, crisp dial tone, slide the compatibility switch on the bottom of the AP15 through positions A - F until you hear a clear dial tone. Note: Trying different settings for the best sound will not harm your telephone or the AP15.|
|Make a call while wearing the headset||Lift the handset from the telephone. Press the headset/handset button if the indicator is not already green. Note: If the call is not clear, try changing the compatibility switch. If necessary, adjust the speaking and/or listening volume to select the best performance.|
|Receive a call||Lift the handset from the telephone cradle.|
|Disconnect a call||Return the handset to the telephone cradle.|
|Increase the volume*||Press the + button|
|Decrease the volume*||Press the - button|
|Adjust the headset speaking volume||During a call, slide the speaking volume switch on the bottom of the unit from position 1 (quietest) to position 9 (loudest) until the caller can hear you at the same level as with the handset.|
|Adjust the tone||During a call, press the tone copntrol button on the front end of the AP15 to select the preferred sound. Note: The tone control button has three settings.|
|Mute||While wearing the headset, press the mute button. The mute indicator will be orange.|
|Unmute||Press the mute button again. The mute indicator will be off.|
- If the listening volume is set too high, the listening clarity may be affected.
- If you hear your own voice too loudly, reduce the volume setting on the telephone.
- Use the volume control on the AP15 not the phone to adjust to a comfortable listening level.