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Unread 01-26-2012, 01:27 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SilentRider View Post
Another thing to consider is if u used an analog hearing aid for a long time and just now trying digital hearing aid you could be waking up parts of the ear that didn't.pick up a certain tone. And takes time to wake up with digital. And from it. New nerves shooting fire works?
That makes total sense. Would the new sounds especially when loud, trigger the ringing sounds? I have to keep the setting low otherwise the ringing sounds would begin. I just had the high frequency programmed. We will see how that goes. The auddie said she found a hearing aid that's close to an analog..Oticon Sumo E which is an analog digitally programmedable. Right now the loaner is a Phonax. It's okay. Everything sounds robot-like, not the best sound.
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