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  1. J

    Freaked out about hearing

    The only way I found to do it was to wear them and get very familiar with them so that you depend on them. Then you realize that they are so very helpful.
  2. J

    Beep beep

    I just change the bats every Saturday, whether they need it or not.
  3. J

    Pics of you - Part V

    I think it's time to start a new string, number 6
  4. J

    Hearing aid survey

    1. Very satisfied with them. 2. 3. Like many others here, I wear them from the time I get up until I go to bed. 4. One, I like my audi very much. 5a. Very pricy, about $4,500. b. Widex Senso Diva 19 c. Excellent reputation d. BTE 6. I'm sure I will. I have worn HAs for 15 years...
  5. J

    binaural hearing! woot

    Alicia: Congratulations! Can you post your audiogram?:wave:
  6. J

    Ski-Slope Hearing Loss?

    Right ear starts at 55 dB at 250 herts and ends at 95 dB at 8000 hertz. Left ear starts at 55 dB at 250 herts and ends at 105 dB at 8000 hertz.:roll:
  7. J

    Imagine you are told...

    On a scale of 1 - 10, I give you a 2. I wore ITCs for 10 years before going to BTEs about 6 years ago. I would never want to go back.
  8. J

    How many....

    Well, I currently have 4. 2 are Widex Senso ITCs which are in a drawer, and supposed to be backups but have never been used in that capacity because they are too weak. The other 2 are Widex Senso Diva BTEs which are located on my ears and which work great, and I never leave without them.
  9. J

    Hearing Aid Warranty?

    I found ESCO to be very good, especially when I had ITEs which seemed to spend a lot of time in the shop.
  10. J

    Do you use HAs?

    I've worn HAs for about 15 years, since I was 25. First CICs, then ITCs and now Widex Diva 19 BTEs for the past 2 1/2 years. The BTEs are by far the best. Replace the batts every Friday. I get most of my batts from CVS which runs specials about once a month. Use the CVS card and get...
  11. J

    Do you wear HA or CI ?

    I wear two Widex Diva BTE aids for bilateral moderate to profound loss
  12. J

    Hearing Aid Finally!!!

    Alicia: I suggest the extra rather than the una, it will give you more versatility especially if your loss is progressive.
  13. J

    Ask deaf people here

    I have bilateral moderately severe to profound loss ranging from 55dB at 250 Hz to 95-100 dB at 8000 Hz
  14. J

    Who wears hearing aids?

    I wear 2 Widex Diva BTE for moderately severe to profound loss. Worn HAs for 15 years.
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