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Thread: TV Adapter 3.0 new Firmware?

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    Ok. I can plug my TV Adapter into the computer via the usb connection.

    It is then visible on Genie 2017.1 under "Tools" "Firmware Updater" "TV Adapter".
    It shows that I have version 1.0.2 and the latest is V 1.0.2 and no update available.
    When I unplug the usb the TV adapter options goes away so it's communicating.

    The link to the Oticon TV Adaptor instructions is under help on the updater screen.

    How to update TV Adapter

    Before you start, make sure that your computer is online.

    1. You can open the Oticon Firmware Updater from Genie 2 in the following ways:
      • Click Tools in the top menu and click Oticon Firmware Updater
      • Click the Oticon Firmware Updater icon [IMG]file:///C:/Program%20Files/Oticon/Genie/Genie2/Help/en-US/Content/Resources/Images/Firmware%20Updater/FirmwareUpdater.png[/IMG]

    2. Connect TV Adapter 3.0 to the computer with a USB cable. When connected, the TV Adapter 3.0 will be detected automatically.NOTE: You can update more than one TV Adapter 3.0 at a time.
    3. Click the TV Adapter 3.0 icon. [IMG]file:///C:/Program%20Files/Oticon/Genie/Genie2/Help/en-US/Content/Resources/Images/Firmware%20Updater/TVAdapter.png[/IMG]NOTE: Do not disconnect the TV Adapter 3.0 while updating, as this may damage it.
    4. Click Update
      • If the update fails, an orange ! appears. Click Troubleshoot and follow the on-screen instructions.
      • If the update is successful, a green check mark appears.

    5. Remember to pair the updated TV Adapter 3.0 with the client's instruments.
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    got the update , my guy said it is mainly for disconnection issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gery_R View Post
    got the update , my guy said it is mainly for disconnection issues.
    Can you clarify which update it is that you got? The OPN update or the TV adapter update? Or both?

    I rarely have disconnection issue with the TV adapter but I have frequent disconnection issue with the iPhone.

    Do share with us after you've used the new FW update for a while to see if you notice any improvement or not. Thanks.
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    I got both on the newest now, might be only the adapter or the combination @ solving the disconnects, will give it 2-3 weeks, if there's no disco then it should have helped.
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    little off topic. I hooked a soundblaster Z to my TV adapter via toslink and use Dolby headphone, on win 10 this dolby atmos app is adding another nice effect to games and videos, I prefered that over normal stereo by far, highly recommended :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gery_R View Post
    little off topic. I hooked a soundblaster Z to my TV adapter via toslink and use Dolby headphone, on win 10 this dolby atmos app is adding another nice effect to games and videos, I prefered that over normal stereo by far, highly recommended :P
    I'm a little confused here. So you use the Oticon TV Adapter 3.0 to stream the Soundblaster Z sound directly into your OPN, and ON TOP OF THAT, you also wear a Dolby headphone from your Windows 10 Dolby ATMOS app to get a second sound source of the same content into your OPNs via its mic inputs? If yes, and you're recommending it, then I assume that there's minimal latency between the 2 different sound sources (although from the same content)?
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    I updated the firmware on my OPN 1 hearing aids myself yesterday using my Expresslink and the appropriate wires to connect to the aids. The process took a little over 3 minutes for both aids and it did them simultaneously. It was very quick and easy using the Genie 2 software (updated version).

    Now I just wish that I knew what the new version of the firmware changed or added. The new version is 4.0, old version was 2.0 according to the updated message I received during the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jferris33 View Post
    I updated the firmware on my OPN 1 hearing aids myself yesterday using my Expresslink and the appropriate wires to connect to the aids. The process took a little over 3 minutes for both aids and it did them simultaneously. It was very quick and easy using the Genie 2 software (updated version).

    Now I just wish that I knew what the new version of the firmware changed or added. The new version is 4.0, old version was 2.0 according to the updated message I received during the update.
    If it's the most recent FW 4 (bound to be released in June/July'2017), then it has new features like the Speech Rescue LX (frequency lowering) and Tinnitus support, along with further fixes to improve the iPhone streaming issues.

    If it's the FW 2 that was released in Dec'2016, then it's mostly just fixes for the iPhone streaming/connectivity issues.

    I don't know what happened to FW 3. They seem to have skipped that version for some reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volusiano View Post
    I'm a little confused here. So you use the Oticon TV Adapter 3.0 to stream the Soundblaster Z sound directly into your OPN, and ON TOP OF THAT, you also wear a Dolby headphone from your Windows 10 Dolby ATMOS app to get a second sound source of the same content into your OPNs via its mic inputs? If yes, and you're recommending it, then I assume that there's minimal latency between the 2 different sound sources (although from the same content)?
    no,

    I use dolby digital live codec for streaming, and use the app to additionally alter the dolby effect for better sound effects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jferris33 View Post
    I updated the firmware on my OPN 1 hearing aids myself yesterday using my Expresslink and the appropriate wires to connect to the aids. The process took a little over 3 minutes for both aids and it did them simultaneously. It was very quick and easy using the Genie 2 software (updated version).

    Now I just wish that I knew what the new version of the firmware changed or added. The new version is 4.0, old version was 2.0 according to the updated message I received during the update.
    they add the speech rescue option to shift high frequencies to lower ones.

    they add tinitus progrmas.

    some other stuff maybe.
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