Place Coding in the Cochlea
When sound enters the cochlea it vibrates specific locations that are responsible for different frequencies. The uppermost region of the cochlea is transmits low frequency sounds while the lowermost region transmits high frequency sounds.
Hands-On OPUS 2
Practical videos explaining how the OPUS 2 processor works
Connecting with Assisitive Listening Devices
How to connect direct link assistive listening devices such as FM and Bluetooth systems to the OPUS 2 providing wireless connection.
Connecting with MP3 players & Mobile Phones
The battery pack casing enables connection with portable CD players, MP3 players and mobile phones.
Connecting with a Remote Battery Pack
The OPUS 2 remote battery pack lets you power the OPUS 2 with a single AA battery.
Connecting the Children's Battery Pack
The OPUS 2 children's battery pack enables wearing of the processor at ear level with the security of attaching the battery pack to clothing.
ActiveWear Configuration for infants and sport
Baby behind the ear or ActiveWear OPUS 2 wearing option for babies and those who do high-energy activities.
OPUS 2 DaCapo Rechargeable Battery Pack
OPUS 2 DaCapo rechargeable battery pack enables even lighter processor and full FM compatibility.
Syncing the FineTuner
FineTuner enables the user to make changes on the go without removing the processor from the ear.
How to disassemble the OPUS 2
Information on disassembling the OPUS 2 and changing the batteries.
How to switch the OPUS 2, On and Off
Describes how to switch the OPUS 2 on and off. The blinking red light indicates the selected program.
Components of the OPUS 2 CI Audio Processor
This video shows clearly all of the components of the OPUS 2 audio processor.