Congrats, you either got a Thump, or you want a Thump. Either way let's take a look at what we
The Thump is based on the Half Jacket model. The ear stems are beefed up a bit to fit the circuitry,
and the lenses are not inter-changable. They do however flip up to allow use either indoors or in
conditions where the light is not sufficient for the lenses.
Attached to each ear stem are two speakers, which can be adjusted to fit your ear. There are three
ways to move the speakers. First they telescope out from within the frame. This allows for the main
adjustment for each person's head size. Second, they swivel around so they can be as close or far
away as needed. Finally the speaker part itself swivels on its own axis to better fit into your ear.
On the top of each ear stem are a set of buttons. Each serves at least one function on its own, and
possible a second if used with another button. Button use will be explain further into the guide.
Each button may be a little stiff, so it's best to press it once and wait for something to happen.
Near the right ear speaker, there is a USB ports. This will be used for both file transfer and
charging the battery. The right speaker must be pushed back into the frame as much as possible
in order to fit the USB cable in, otherwise it will be blocked.
That's about it. The next few pages will go over how to use the Thump. I will try to answer as many
questions as I can, but if you still need help, remember to consult the manual found in the box.