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Thread: What do I need to program oticon opn1 with cables I have Geni 2 already?

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    Default What do I need to program oticon opn1 with cables I have Geni 2 already?

    Hi all I am new to this can anyone tell me what I will need to program oticon opn1 I have genie2 already.
    will I need anything else other than to get a set of cables?

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    Within the DIY section, find a post by PVC and find his signature. If you have less than 10 posts, it will tell you to do a search. Yes, you need more than cables. You'll either need a wired programmer (Hi-pro or equiv) or a wireless programmer. PVC lays it all out in his excellent posts.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhum View Post
    Hi all I am new to this can anyone tell me what I will need to program oticon opn1 I have genie2 already.
    will I need anything else other than to get a set of cables?
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    Thanks I will look for that post!

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    Click some links,,,

    It will be like programming the Oticon >>Alta<<.

    >>Links-for-Hearing-Aid-Self-Programming<< may answer questions you might have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvc View Post
    Click some links,,,

    It will be like programming the Oticon >>Alta<<.

    >>Links-for-Hearing-Aid-Self-Programming<< may answer questions you might have.
    Actually no - Genie 2 is quite a departure from Genie 1 - even the suggestions about running the feedback manager first with it are different. It's a very simplified interface though, so you won't go far wrong.
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    Thanks UB, I didn't mean to imply that programming the Oticon Alta and OPN are the same.

    Specifically, I meant that looking at the pictures in the link (programming the Oticon >>Alta<<) show that the OP will need a mini Pro/Hi-Pro, wUSB cable, CS44 Cables, Flexconnects, and batteries for power.

    Maybe I should have used my words instead of pictures.
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    Oh, the OP could also program them wirelessly,,,
    >>Links-for-Hearing-Aid-Self-Programming<< may answer questions you might have.
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