The original Mini Microphone was the most popular device in the Cochlear™ True Wireless™ range. By streaming speech direct to the Cochlear sound processor, it has helped people hold conversations in noisy places and hear clearly over distances. Best of all, it has given people the freedom to bring their passions to life, while staying connected.
The next-generation Mini Microphone takes what was great about the original Mini Mic and makes it even better. Which means you can get on with living life to the fullest.
- Being able to go to noisy places like crowded restaurants and keep up with the conversation thanks to the new directional microphones.
- Having the freedom to sit where you like in a meeting or at school thanks to the improved 25-metre range (with clear line of sight).
- Enjoying the improved sound quality.
- Making using the device a easier for your friends/family members thanks to its smaller and size and design improvements.
- Having the peace of mind that it will be there when you need it thanks to an average battery life of around 10 hours.
There are two Cochlear True Wireless Mini Microphones to choose from – the Mini Microphone 2 and Mini Microphone 2+.
Mini Microphone 2
- Optimised for person-to-person communication.
- Cochlear’s smallest wireless microphone solution.
- Easy to use.
- Perfect for personal, one-to-one listening situations.
Mini Microphone 2+
- Designed with peak performance in mind.
- Flexibility for person-to-person and group communication.
- Provides complete connectivity (FM, Telecoil, line-in jack).
- Perfect for people who need to communicate with individuals and in groups.
- Ideal for use at work or school.
No. In order to listen in on the transmitted signal the sound processor needs to be paired to the Mini Microphone.
Your sound processor(s) can be paired with up to three shareable True Wireless devices (Mini Microphone 2/2+and TV Streamer) and one Phone Clip, making a total of four True Wireless devices.
NB: The Cochlear Baha Remote Control and the Nucleus CR210 and CR230 Remotes do not impact the number of True Wireless devices you can pair with.
The Mini Microphone can be paired with as many sound processors as you need. For example in a classroom setting, a Mini Microphone used by the teacher could be paired to each compatible sound processor worn by members of the class.
Other radio frequency devices in near proximity may cause interference, usually adding a crackling noise. Examples of such devices are other Bluetooth devices, wireless networks, microwave ovens, baby monitors and remote controls. If this occurs, simply move away from the interfering device.
Which devices can be connected to the line-in jack on the Cochlear Wireless Mini Microphone 2 or 2+?
Any device with audio output can be connected using an appropriate cable ending in a 3.5mm stereo jack plug – e.g. stereo, computer, MP3 player, TV.