SonoAlti 2V
List of Spoken Notifications with Examples
In addition to customized spoken altitude/speed/temperature announcements in each phase of a skydive as well as optional pre- and post-jump briefs, SonoAlti 2V also contains 83 pre-recorded notifications in crystal clear CD-quality audio. These notifications will override any regular altitude/speed/temperature announcements when they are included in a preset. Users may create their own notifications as well, as long as the sound files are in the same format (mono 16-bit 44.1 kHz PCM); see the manual for instructions.

The sounds could be grouped roughly into categories as follows. A red check () indicates that a notification is one of the defaults (default settings are on Preset 1 on a new altimeter).
Important Altitudes

Name Listen
AFF pull altitude
Base leg
Breakoff
Decision altitude
Downwind leg
Entry point
Exit altitude
Final approach
Hard deck
Opening altitude
Oxygen required
Pull altitude
Seatbelts
Tandem pull altitude
Safety Checks

Name Listen
Canopy control check
Check altimeter
Check altitude
Check camera
Check comms
Check equipment
Check goggles
Check handle
Check helmet
Check of 3s
Check oxygen
Check rucksack
Check static line
Check student
Check weapons
Gear check
Inspect canopy
Pin check
Maneuvers & Flying Styles

Name Listen
Angle track
Back flip
Backfly
Backward
Bank
Barrel roll
Belly fly
Campfire
Carve
Dock
Down
Flatten
Flip over
Forward
Front flip
Head-down
In-facing
Left
Level out
Out-facing
Neutral
Right
Side slide
Sitfly
Stand
Steeper
Trace
Track
Turn
Up
Reminders

Name Listen
Assess ground speed
Blackout
Breathe
Deploy
Disconnect oxygen
Goggles
Infrared
Interview
Locate landing area
Lights on
Meditation
No low turns
Practice E.P.s
Review
Separate
Spot
Staged breakoff
Track-away
Visualization
Wave-off
List of Piezo Audible Alarms with Examples
SonoAlti 2, SonoAlti 2V, and ColorAlti 2 share 32 different types of piezo audible alarms that can be used in any phase of a skydive. Although one can use any alarm one wishes, certain alarms (those higher-pitched ones) are intended to be freefall alarms and others are intended for canopy or ascent because of their acoustic characteristics. In the table below, a check indicates which alarms were originally intended for what purpose; a red check () indicates that an alarm is one of the default alarms (default settings are on Preset 1 on a new altimeter). The examples given use the default alarm center frequency of 4.0 kHz.
# Name Freefall Canopy/Ascent Listen
1High Flatline
2High Long Beeps
3High Medium Beeps
4High Short Beeps
5High Very Short Beeps
6High Ultra Short Beeps
7High Pulsing Tone
8SOS
9Pulsing Punctuated Siren
10Fast Siren
11Upward Sweeping Siren
12Downward Sweeping Siren
13Harmonic Siren
14High Warbly Siren
15Reveille Bugle Call
16Rossini's William Tell
17Yankee Doodle
18Mexican Hat Dance
19Midrange Medium Beeps
20Midrange Pulsing Tone
21Midrange Beacon
22Low Flatline
23Low Long Beeps
24Low Medium Beeps
25Low Short Beeps
26Low Very Short Beeps
27Low Ultra Short Beeps
28Low Pulsing Tone
29Ascending Sweep
30Harmonic Sweep
31Ultra Low Warbly Siren
32Ultra Low Alert

Internally Used Sounds
SonoAlti 2, SonoAlti 2V, and ColorAlti 2 also have a number of internally used sounds that indicate various states of the altimeter. The following table shows these sounds and how they are activated.
Alarm Type How to Use Listen
Battery 100%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 90%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 80%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 70%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 60%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 50%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 40%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 30%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 20%hold both buttons to check battery status
Battery 10%hold both buttons to check battery status
Bluetooth Onhold bottom button
Bluetooth Offhold bottom button
Low Batteryautomatic warning at 10% battery
Preset 1hold top botton (when not in Bluetooth mode) to check/set preset
Preset 2hold top botton (when not in Bluetooth mode) to check/set preset
Preset 3hold top botton (when not in Bluetooth mode) to check/set preset
Preset 4hold top botton (when not in Bluetooth mode) to check/set preset
Preset 5hold top botton (when not in Bluetooth mode) to check/set preset