Neptune™ is the world’s first and only SWIMMABLE, waterproof sound processor for cochlear implant recipients. This tutorial showcases the flexibility of the freestyle™ wearing design, beauty, useability, durability, and performance capability that Neptune delivers.
Neptune is compatible with two headpieces: the Universal Headpiece and the AquaMic. The Universal Headpiece (UHP), which works with all AB sound processors, is intended for use with the Neptune processor during everyday activities outside of water environments. The AquaMic is designed for use during swimming and bathing. This tutorial explains the system’s flexibility in headpiece options.
Advanced Bionics has the only removable controller on the market today! The Neptune Connect is an easy-to-use module allowing recipients to make adjustments to programs, volume, and sensitivity settings or to easily verify settings of these controls. It also enables use of wireless FM systems and the ability to connect to battery-operated consumer electronics devices. The Neptune Connect is not needed for daily operation and can be removed from the processor to enable swimmability and prevent tampering by very young children. This tutorial presents Neptune Connect.
Neptune is robust and durable. Beyond ratings to everyday life, Neptune is designed for all ages, lifestyles, weather and terrain. This tutorial demonstrates Neptune’s Built Kid Tough™ durability and flexible freestyle™ design.
Neptune sound processor has superior technology and offers easy access to a variety of connectivity options, including FM use. This tutorial demonstrates how easy it is to connect Neptune to a Dynamic FM system as well as battery-operated consumer electronic devices, such as MP3 players and other handheld devices.
Programming Neptune with SoundWave™ Professional Suite Software is easy. This tutorial describes how to program Neptune for your patients.
There are four unique considerations to be aware when programming Neptune: (1) Volume and Sensitivity dials in the Ribbon Bar, (2) evaluation of FM and Auxiliary Input in fitting mode, (3) LEDs and Audible Alarms, and (4) unique program slot options in the Processor Pane. These tutorials provide detailed information and instruction on each programming topic distinct to Neptune.