Connectivity

Using Bluetooth Transmitters with One

Thinklabs One can be connected to an external Bluetooth transmitter via a short cable that we provide with the stethoscope, allowing it to become Bluetooth-enabled. The Bluetooth transmitter can then be paired ...

Connecting Multiple Headsets to One

With a headphone splitter, you can probably connect two or three pairs. After that, the parallel impedance of too many headphones is too low to get maximum power to each listener.

Connecting One to Loudspeakers for Teaching

Laptop speakers are completely useless. You won't hear a thing! Larger computer speakers with a fat sub-woofer are reasonably good in a smaller room, but it's probably a real nuisance having to provide them. Bu...

Connecting One to External Devices

If you're connecting to an input-only jack, such as the input to a wireless transmitter or a microphone input jack, simply use one of the provided male-male 3.5mm plug cables. Plug one plug into One and the oth...

Filter Settings for Connecting One to External Devices

One has a number of filters, which provide for different frequency ranges - low frequencies for heart, higher frequencies for lungs, etc. Many devices, especially some mobile devices, do not have the bass capab...

SDK Needed for Connecting and/or Apps?

We do not require an SDK to connect our stethoscope to an external device. The Thinklabs One has a standard audio output and connects to almost any audio input or headset jack on mobile phones, computers, or ot...

How do I record sounds on a handheld device?

With Thinklabs One, you can record heart and lung sounds on external devices, such as tablets, mobile phones, laptops, and computers. Capture sounds on the go, and then email them via messaging apps. You can e...