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Leitner LH200/300 Series Wireless Beeps Breakdown

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Leitner wireless headsets make 2 kinds of noises: beeps and chimes.

A beep is a short high-pitched “Beep!” or a double-beep, which sounds like a robot-frog. We’ll call that a “ribbit!”

A chime sounds like synthetic bells (ring detection noise from when you are getting a phone call and are using a remote handset lifter

Volume Tones

Volume Up: Higher-toned short BEEP! This will ascend in volume with your volume level

Volume Down: The same higher-toned BEEP! This will descend in volume with your volume level

Mute On: The same higher-toned BEEP! It only makes a single beep. So, to tell if you’re on mute, we recommend a breath test just to double-check. Will also double-beep every ten seconds while muted (newew units will beep every 4 minutes, instead of 10 seconds)

Mute Off: Same higher-toned BEEP

Max Volume: High-toned RIBBIT! This will be at max volume

Min Volume: The same high-toned RIBBIT! This will be so soft you can barely hear it

Status Alerts

OUT OF RANGE: When you leave the headset’s range, you will hear three BEEPS over and over to let you know you are out of range. If sound drops out entirely, you have a luxurious full 5 minutes to get back in range of the headset before it disconnects the call. WOW!

BATTERY BEEPS: When you are low on battery, you will hear a series of 4 tones. It’s a musical high-low-high-low. It will beep every 30 seconds or so until the battery dies completely and the headset shuts off

Turning Headset On: 1 high-toned beep

Turning Headset Off: 1 high-toned beep (just like when it is turned on)

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