These support guides will help you handle and care for your AudioLink.
Talking on the Phone
AudioLink can be used for conventional phone calls, and also for VoIP services such as Skype or FaceTime.
Make sure AudioLink is paired with your phone or other Bluetooth® device.
Use the attachment clip or lanyard to position AudioLink close to your mouth.
To make a call, select the number or contact on your phone as normal. The audio from your phone will then be streamed to your audio processor.
By default, your audio input is a mix of the AudioLink signal and the audio processor microphones. You can change the setting by pressing the mix button or using the AudioKey 2 app.
If you receive a call, the ring tone will be streamed to your audio processor. Press the main button once to accept the call. To reject the call, press and hold the main button for 2 seconds.
To hang up on an active phone call, press the main button once.
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