Hidden earpiece for MP3
Monorean Tiny will allow you to connect the earpiece to the phone and place a phone call to your partner and chat with him/her during the exam in a discrete manner. If you’d like to use the Monorean Tiny to listen to your own recordings during the exam, that is, to use the invisible earpiece for MP3, you can checkout the following section: How to connect the invisible earpiece to an MP3 player.
Many Monorean users decide to record their own voice and store the recordings in their MP3 player and then they listen to their own recordings during the exam through the hidden earpiece. In essence the hidden earpiece MP3 Monorean Tiny will allow you to listen to any previously recorded dictations. If you’re interested on connecting the earpiece to your cell phone we recommend you read this section: How to connect earpiece to cell phone.
How to connect the earpiece to the MP3
Charge the control box through the connector with the label: to your computer with the USB cable. Check that your computer’s USB port is in perfect condition. Keep the computer on while the control box is charging.
Store the device fully charged.
The battery indicator ( ) will be red indicating: charging. It’ll be fully charged once the indicator turns green.
Place the inductive collar around your neck and connect it to the connector with the label: .
Introduce the hidden earpiece into your ear.
In order to correctly put the earpiece into your ear read: How to put the hidden earpiece
Connect the 3.5mm stereo cable to the control box via the “INPUT” connector: .
In order to connect the hidden earpiece to your MP3 player, connect the other end of the 3.5mm stereo cable to your MP3 player.
Turn the control box on using the “ON-OFF“ switch
How to use the earpiece with the MP3 in the exam
Once the invisible earpiece installed, press the play button from your MP3 player and you’ll start listening the recordings that you previously stored in your MP3’s memory
¿What MP3 will be compatible?
Any MP3 player with a 3.5 millimeters stereo input—the classic stereo plug in headphones—will be compatible with the invisible earpiece Monorean Tiny.