Hearing Aid's Channels Discussion

#1
What's the point of having channels built in digital hearing aids ?, like 3 to 15 Channels which is mostly found in HA's specification list
 
#2
What's the point of having channels built in digital hearing aids ?, like 3 to 15 Channels which is mostly found in HA's specification list
Correct me if I am wrong but basically I BELIEVE they act like "pipes" to various devices. IE if you have a streamer then that would take up one of the channels and so on.
 
#3
Yes, the different channels help “fine tune” the hearing experience. Amazing if they are used well, expensive and useless if the audiologist shut them down ( like my audiologist the worst ever)
 

DeafDucky

Well-Known Member
#4
Hmmm I have 5 'programs' (or at least I can cycle through five different beep tones...) I only usually use the first 2... 'regular volume/every day listening' and the T-Coil. I've no idea what the others do. They all sound the same to me.
 

MCB

Active Member
#5
I have three. Regular, fan suppression, and t-coil. I got frustrated with the fan suppression mode, so now I listen to TV and computer with an audio cable and neckloop. The audio cable is so long I could take a nap or sit on the toilet while listening.
 

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