These support guides will help you handle and care for the RONDO 3 Audio Processor.
Audio processor status
ON indicator light/OFF indicator light Remarks
The white light fades in or out when pressing the pushbutton in the center of the audio processor.
Program 1 to 4 selected Remarks
The blue indicator light will blink depending on the selected program (i.e. after switching on the processor or changing the program).
FineTuner Echo command received and accepted
Flight mode confirmation pattern
Flight mode successfully activated
Charging indicator light
Audio processor battery is charging Remarks
The light goes off when the battery is fully charged.
Link Monitoring pattern
After placing an audio processor programmed for a previous generation implant (e.g. C40+) over the implant: Indicates functionality of the audio processor. Remarks
Applicable only to previous generation implants (e.g. C40+)
After placing an audio processor programmed for a new generation implant over the implant: Correct implant detected. Indicates functionality of audio processor and implant. Remarks
Applicable only to PULSAR, SONATA, MED-EL CONCERT, SYNCHRONY and later generation implants
Optional visual indication of activated link monitoring. This check is repeated whenever the audio processor is moved relative to the implant. Remarks
Can be activated by your audiologist.
Audio processor and implant disconnected Required action
Position the audio processor over the implant site. Remarks
If the blinking persists, contact your clinic, audiologist or MED-EL. The audio processor will automatically power off after 5 minutes (no stimulation). Your audiologist can deactivate the automatic power off function.
Audio processor positioned over wrong implant (bilaterally implanted users) Required action
Position the audio processor over the correct implant. Remarks
If the blinking persists, contact your clinic, audiologist or MED‑EL. The audio processor will automatically power off after 5 minutes (no stimulation). Your audiologist can deactivate the automatic power off function.
Audio processor has switched off due to empty batteries (if battery charge is still sufficient to power the audio processor).
Audio processor is in microphone monitoring mode. Required action
Switch the audio processor off and on again.
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