Someone said getting the just discharged Phonak Audeo - YES IX's on this board. I had my audi arrange a couple for me to trial close by my Siemens Pure 500's. They will ideally be in after about seven days, and she will give personal time to trial both before settling on a choice on which to keep. So it is Siemens Pure 500's with Tek verses Phonak Audeo - YES IX with iCom and iPilot. Obviously, the quick preferred standpoint of the Tek is that it is one piece that does it all. The iCom however seems, by all accounts, to be littler to wear around the neck, not as prominent. Additionally, the iCom has a solitary catch as you have to convey the different iPilot remote around to control and to see the status readouts on the guides. With regards to noting a wireless call hands free while driving ... doubtlessly the iCom would have the positive preferred standpoint as you don't need to take a gander at it to hit the right catch to switch over.
The iCom likewise bolsters FM, which I am not comfortable with, and don't expect utilizing, but rather it is an accessible choice.
Presently, these YES IX are somewhat rare as they have quite recently been discharged in the previous week or two from what I get it. What's more, I know it's truly pushing it wanting to discover individuals who make them post on this board. In any case, I figured I'd give it a go ... anybody out there with these??? On the off chance that so ... what are your musings on them so far ... cherish them, loathe them, similar to this don't care for that???? When I get them into trial, obviously I'll include my own particular remarks here too.
There are 3 models of Audeo - YES, the III, V, and IX. The IX are the highest point of the line ones with 20 channels of noiseblock handling and 33 channels of directionality, and the premium soundflow, and two or three different additional items.