Nucleus 6 processor
Use a Nucleus Programming Shoe to connect a processor to the Nucleus programming POD (See ‘Cochlear’s User Guide’ for detailed instructions). Use a Nucleus Mains Isolation Cable to connect the processor to your PC Audio output.
Configuration of the connections. The Nucleus Programming POD is connected with its USB cable to the computer. The programming shoe is attached to the speech processor. The Nucleus Mains Isolation Cable connects the processor’s AUX-entry to the audio OUT of the PC.
Nucleus 7 processor
Coala Link with a Nucleus 7 processor works with both a wired POD and a wireless POD:
- WIRED POD
- Use a Nucleus Programming Shoe to connect a processor to the Nucleus programming POD (See ‘Cochlear’s User Guide’ for detailed instructions).
- WIRELESS POD
- Make sure your PC has a Bluetooth connection. Attach Cochlear’s wireless POD together with a charged battery to the processor (See Cochlear’s User Guide for detailed instructions).
- Now take a Mini Mic to stream the sound from your PC to the processor. Pair the Mini Mic with the processor in one of the available channels. For more information about pairing a processor to a Mini Mic, visit the Cochlear support website.
- When opening the Coala Link calibration menu, select the number of this channel in the field Audio Streaming Slot. Connect the Mini Mic to your PC audio output with an AUX-cable (jack cable). Make sure the Mini Mic is set to AUX-mode.
- Do not unplug or disconnect the POD, the (Mini Mic) AUX-cable or the processor during the execution of a test. Doing so may cause loss of data and it may force A§E Coala to recalibrate the system.
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