ClearSounds Quattro 4.0 Bluetooth Listening System
ClearSounds Quattro 4.0 Bluetooth Listening System

ClearSounds Quattro 4.0 Bluetooth Listening System

Brand/Manufacturer: CLEARSOUNDS COMMUNICATIONS
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ClearSounds Quattro 4.0 Bluetooth Listening System is perfect for both hearing aid users and those without hearing aids as the amplifier. It features removable bluetooth mic which offers maximum flexibility for hearing loss and difficult listening environments such as meeting or restaurants.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
CS-QT4 Without QH2 Bluetooth Hub and Phone Amplifier and Qlink Transmitter Each $380.95 $279.99
CS-QT4KIT1 With QH2 Bluetooth Hub and Phone Amplifier Each $580.95 $415.99
CS-QT4KIT2 With Qlink Transmitter Each $400.95 $289.99
CS-QT4KIT3 With QH2 Bluetooth Hub and Phone Amplifier and Qlink Transmitter Each $650.95 $459.99

Features





  • ClearSounds Quattro 4.0 Bluetooth Listening System has mute function
  • Pair to all cell phones that have Bluetooth technology utilizing a profile called HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
  • Removable remote bluetooth 4.0 mic
  • Stereo Bluetooth headset profile (A2DP)
  • Call waiting caller ID display and stereo music playback control
  • 3.5mm jack for external stereo headset (A2DP)
  • Voicing menu prompts and multi function button (MFB)
  • Touch screen button operation and multi function OLED screen display
  • Siri/S voice (Galaxy S3, Note II) control function
  • Touch screen volume control and music forward and rewind
  • Take approximately 30-60 seconds to pair
  • Remain in pairing mode up to two minutes to allow plenty of time to successfully pair with the cell phone
  • Multipoint connection up to two blue tooth devices
  • Walkie-Talkie function, communicate with another Quattro 4
  • Blue tooth microphone receiver and noise cancellation
  • Neck loop volume touch screen volume control
  • The screen should be facing out while wearing QT4
  • Adjust the length of the loop by pressing the toggle and sliding it along the neckloop cord
  • The closer is the main QT4 unit to users mouth, the louder voice will transmit into its built-in microphone (not the Remote Mic).
  • For best sound transmission, wear the QT4 on the outside of sweaters and coats
  • QT4 Main Unit
    - Standby: 3 days
    - Talk Time:
    6 hours with headset/earbuds
    4 hours with t-coil connection to hearing aid or cochlear implant
  • Remote Microphone
    - Standby: 2 days
    - Talk Time: 2 hours
  • Click Here For Quick Start Guide
  • Click Here For User Manual

More Information

  • QH2 Bluetooth Hub & Phone Amplifier:
    - User can connect a Bluetooth headset, neckloop or streamer to home or office phone for hands-free and cord-free conversation
    - QH2 is compatible with virtually all corded desk phones, as well as corded and cordless home phones
    - Various set-up options provide superior flexibility
    - QH2 provides 30 dB of adjustable amplification and frequency management in both the phone handset and Bluetooth headset
    - Easily switch calls between the phone handset and Bluetooth headset
    - Bluetooth v3.0
    - 33-foot wireless range
    - Handset lifter included
    - Superior sound quality
    - Stylish design with a soft touch finish
    - Supports remote answer, depending on bluetooth headset functionality
    - Universal telephone compatibility dial provides compatibility on 99% of telephones
    - AC powered
    - Stores up to 8 paired devices
  • QLink Bluetooth Transmitter:
    - Allows the user to link a variety of sound emitting devices including the Quattro Neckloop/Headset system or the ClearBlue Speaker
    - Can be an additional transmitter for the common use with ClearBlue TV Listening System
    - Supports: TV, iPod, HiFi, MP3 player, media player, laptop and other audio devices
    - Includes stereo RCA to stereo 3.5mm cables
    - Bluetooth profile: A2DP V2.1
    - Compatible with any A2DP V2 profile headset or neckloop
    - Working distance: Upto 33 feet
    - Playing time: Upto 10 hours
    - Charging time: 3 hours with full functionality even while charging
    - Frequency range: 2.4GHz spectrum
  • Steps to pair the QT4 with a cell phone
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    The QT4 must be powered off.
    - Put your cell phone in Pairing Mode. Consult your cell phone User Guide for detailed instructions on how to put it in pairing mode.
    - On the QT4, press and hold the MFB (multi-function button). You will see Power On but continue holding the MFB until Pairing appears on the screen.
    - When the device name appears on the QT4 screen, it has successfully been paired and is now connected. For example, if your iPhone name is iPhone you will see Joe iPhone appear on the QT4 screen.
    - On your phone Bluetooth screen, the QT4 will appear in the list of connected devices.
  • Master reset for the QT4
    - Resetting the QT4 resets the device to its factory settings. This deletes all Caller ID records, all paired devices including the Remote Mic and sets the volume back to the default level.
    - To reset the Quattro 4.0 to factory settings:
    1. Press and hold the Touch-Function Key (TFK) until the screen shows RstPass Vxxx .
    2. The QT4 will still be powered on; however, all paired devices and the Caller ID memory will be erased.

Warranty

1 year warranty

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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how does it work
mrs thompson - 5/5/2017 6:05:50 PM
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Follow these Steps to pair the Quattro 4.0 with a cell phone
- The QT4 must be powered off.
- Put your cell phone in Pairing Mode. Consult your cell phone User Guide for detailed instructions on how to put it in pairing mode.
- On the QT4, press and hold the MFB (multi-function button). You will see Power On but continue holding the MFB until Pairing appears on the screen.
- When the device name appears on the QT4 screen, it has successfully been paired and is now connected. For example, if your iPhone name is iPhone you will see Joe iPhone appear on the QT4 screen
- On your phone Bluetooth screen, the QT4 will appear in the list of connected devices.
Customer Care - 5/6/2017 8:58:44 AM
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What happens when I take the QT4 out of range from my cell phone?
Jack - 5/12/2015 3:53:28 AM
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If the QT4 is moved outside of the Bluetooth connection range (approx. 33 feet), you will hear “out of range” announced and the display will revert back to its standby screen. If two devices have been connected and one of them moves out of range, the screen will refresh and only display the name of the remaining connected device. When you move back into range, your phone may automatically reconnect to the QT4 and you would hear “Device Connected” or see on the screen that your device is connected. If, within one minute of moving back into range, you do not hear “Device Connected” or see on the screen that your device is connected, you will need to manually reconnect the two. You can either press the MFB on the QT4 or go into your cell phone’s Bluetooth settings and select the QT4 connection.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:45:24 AM
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Why does the volume adjustment on the QT4 change if I accidentally brush my hand against it?
Lucy - 5/12/2015 3:52:42 AM
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Your hand may have inadvertently brushed against the touchscreen volume controls. Envision the QT4 screen as a clock. When you are wearing the QT4 and pick it up to hold it, the small silver MFB is on your left. At the 9 o’clock position is a small ‘less than’ symbol ( < ) and at the 3 o’clock position is a small ‘greater than’ symbol ( > ). The < key can be tapped softly to decrease the volume and the > key can be tapped softly to increase the volume. If either of these display spots is inadvertently touched, the volume level could be affected.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:45:00 AM
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Why does the audio sound muffled or ‘staticky’?
Jennifer - 5/12/2015 3:51:21 AM
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If you hear buzzing in the background when using your t-coil(s) with the QT4, you may be picking up electromagnetic interference (EMI) from something in your environment. EMI can come from electrical wiring, fluorescent lights, TVs, CRT (cathode ray tube) computer monitors or other electrical devices. Even your car can emit EMI. There are ways to address and potentially solve issues with EMI:
 1. Be a detective and find the source of the EMI. Turn on your t-coil and walk around your home or office space. Buzzing, if any, may vary in strength from one location to another. Notice which areas have the least EMI and which have the most. Try to identify the source of the EMI as you move closer and further away from it.
  2. Try to implement a solution. EMI from wiring may not be something you can easily control or change, but you can try to relocate the device that is emitting EMI. You can also try to reduce EMI by lowering the volume of the device that is releasing EMI and increasing the volume in the sound source. For example, you can lower the volume in the t-coil program so that the EMI buzzing is reduced to a manageable level. You can do this by lowering the volume on your hearing aid or cochlear implant. Next, increase the volume on the QT4 to compensate for the lowering of your hearing aid or cochlear implant volume. Now you should be experiencing the best of both worlds: reduced buzzing from EMI and louder, clearer audio listening from your desired sound source.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:44:06 AM
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With the Remote Mic, what is the difference between being paired and being connected?
Jenny - 5/12/2015 3:50:31 AM
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Pairing is a one-time process to ‘introduce’ two devices to each other (see questions above for more information on pairing), but being connected is an active, ongoing process that happens between the two devices you want to use. The Remote Mic will establish a connection to the QT4 when you want to use it, then you will disconnect the two when you are finished using them for your conversation. The next time you want to have a conversation, you will reestablish the connection between the two devices. You can think of the Remote Mic as if it is making a phone call to the QT4: a ‘call’ is made, a conversation occurs, and then you ‘hang up’.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:41:43 AM
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Should I keep the remote microphone connected to the QT4 at all times?
Susy - 5/12/2015 3:48:55 AM
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No, the Remote Mic should not be connected all the time. The Remote Mic is an external microphone used for environmental (conversational) sound only and has no involvement in cell phone calls. The Remote Mic should not be attached to the QT4 main unit while the QT4 is being worn around the neck. If you are looking to use the Remote Mic to enhance a conversation, it should be given to the person you would like to hear. There is a clip that the person speaking can use to wear the Remote Mic for hands-free convenience, or you can place the Remote Mic in the center of a table to pick up the voices of everyone at the table.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:41:00 AM
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Which microphone is picking up my voice when I’m using the QT4 for a phone call?
George - 5/12/2015 3:48:01 AM
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There is an internal microphone and an external microphone (the Remote Mic—see below for more information). The internal microphone is built into the main QT4 unit and is located on the side opposite the headphone/earphone jack, just outside the silver ring. When you are using the QT4 with your cell phone, the internal microphone will pick up your voice and transmit it to the person you are talking to. You do not need to hold your cell phone up to your mouth.
Customer Care - 5/12/2015 4:40:29 AM
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