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New ReSound "The Dot"

2008-01-04 12:33:00 in Digital Hearing Aids by  NumbEars
The new ReSound "The Dot BTE" is suppost to discharged for the current month. Any data on it? It is most likely a diluted rendition of the new Azure, I would think.

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mrschwarz I am wearing a couple of Costco Kirkland Signature releases. Having the capacity to hear plainly again is great. I don't know how they contrast with the Dots. They have a catch that enables me to physically choose the program to utilize. The Dots, don't.

jay_man2 Originally Posted by mrschwarz

On my Feb. 2008 outline, I have a 55 db misfortune at 4 kHz on a bend with 1.5 kHz and 8 kHz in the typical range.

On my Feb. 2007 graph, it was the same aside from the most extreme misfortune was around 45 db.

Is this the scope of alternate units?

That is inside the fitting scope of any number of open fit items, including the spot and FreedomAD SIE.

mrschwarz On my Feb. 2008 outline, I have a 55 db misfortune at 4 kHz on a bend with 1.5 kHz and 8 kHz in the typical range.

On my Feb. 2007 outline, it was the same with the exception of the greatest misfortune was around 45 db.

Is this the scope of alternate units?

jay_man2 The fitting scope of the SIE and dab 30 is close, however. On the off chance that you require a great deal more than that at the top end, you're taking a gander at something like the FreedomAD LOF or a standard form and tube BTE.

Mr.Bill Jay Man2

I concur about the dampness issue without a doubt. I have a similar issue with my Marq 17 Beltones, (same as Dot)

The issue I can see with the America Hears Fredom AD SIE's unit is the fitting reach is not as high as the Dot 30's, and/or the Marq1 17's. On the off chance that your one that needs the high freq. at 2k supported more than 75/80db, your stayed with the Dot 3o/Marq 17's. for beneficiary in the ear units.

They might be other RIE units that are higher, I might want to realize what ones.

Have a decent day

Bill

jay_man2 I've worn both speck 30's and America Hears FreedomAD SIE's. I enjoyed the dab 30's, yet experienced sweat issues with them, thus far with my SIE's have not.

The speck 30 is minor, and the SIE is just marginally greater. I attempted the speck 30's the point at which they were offered by precisehearing.com for $3100 for the match, and would have kept them had it not been for the sweat issue.

That being stated, I think the SIE's execute too or superior to anything the spot 30's, and I favor the sound nature of the SIE to the speck 30 or the ReSound Pulse helps I was wearing.

Good fortunes with whatever you choose, mrschwarz.

EnglishDispenser I fit numerous dot1os.

... generally dot10s as they are great incentive for cash and function admirably as a rule.

I fit dot30s for those as yet working i.e. the individuals who require more discourse lucidity in gatherings and so forth.

(Never dot20s as they are an 'asylum')

I have seen no sweat related issues.

Yes, the units are sensitive - yet by what other means would you be able to assemble something so little?

For the dot30 I don't utilize the new GN unbalanced handling mode - I utilize a symmetric calculation ... appears to make individuals more joyful.

On the off chance that I get "murmur" with any listening device it's normally an indication of over-high pick up at a recurrence where you're hearing is great. A touch of analyst work as a rule deals with that.

Basically the speck arrangement is a minor low-profile help ... you get super carefulness, yet perhaps by accepting dubious dealing with, short battery life and fragile development.

On the off chance that you need super execution, toughness and simple dealing with get a major behind-the-ear help.

mrschwarz I have never had HAs. My audiologist prescribes a couple of Dot 30s at $5,200. Would anyone be able to address the contrasts between the Dots and what I can get from America Hears or Costco?

In the wake of perusing this discussion for as far back as two days, it appears like I have significantly more alternatives for significantly less cash!

Much appreciated ahead of time for your assistance!

greg I am purchasing my first match of amplifiers. I am 57 and have had a high-recurrence hearing misfortune for a long time. It's brilliant to hear sounds that that I haven't heard for a long, long time. Likewise, my significant other acknowledges the way that I haven't requested that her rehash herself since I've been on my time for testing with amplifiers.

At present I am experimenting with a couple of Phonak Audeo V's. I am additionally keen on the Dot 20 or 30. I went to the presisehearing.com site and discovered that the Dot 20 and 30 have been supplanted with Phonak Audeo V and IX.

Does anybody happen to know why precisehearing.com has supplanted Dots with Audeos?http://www.precisehearing.com/hearin..._id=2&sort=20a

carolo Originally Posted by jwarkent

In the wake of perusing the majority of the discussions on HAs, it appears to be overpowering! To get the correct guide as well as the privilege audi and afterward regardless of the possibility that you have both there is a decent shot that the divice won't work appropriately or for will be lost or affected by dampness or sweat??

My significant other is truly after me to dive in and I was all prepared to let it all out until the point when I read these surveys. Presently I don't know I shouldn't keep a watch out if something better is waiting to be addressed.

Might truly want to hear suppositions.

Dive in! You will most likely have a "time for testing," and the length of you stay w/in the date of your trial, you will presumably owe nothing on the off chance that you are trialing something like the DOT HA specified in this string, or other HA the length of no throwing is done and custom molds requested. You may settle on custom forms as your trail period advances, esp relying upon what HA you select, which is best for you. The BTE sort w/either RITE or arches may be a decent decision to begin, as you would go out the entryway initially trip in and encounter HAs.

Only an idea, as I'm as yet trialing myself and presently can't seem to claim any. Most likely has a gigantic effect in personal satisfaction to listen!

silee I just got my speck 10s and am having the same "murmuring" issue. The audiologist does not here it. Did they ever make sense of what it was?

jay_man2 +1 to both xbulder and Mr. Bill's remarks.

Mr.Bill If you hold up, you will spend whatever remains of your life sitting tight for the most recent, most noteworthy.

On the off chance that you require listening devices now, you ought to get them now. Notwithstanding all the grumbling going ahead here, I would go get hearing help now. Your personal satisfaction will enhance drastictly.

Do a few models have issues for a few clients, beyond any doubt they do, yet it's the same than whatever else in life. I'm one of those people that needs to buy everything twice to get one great one. I have had my offer of lackey listening devices. I have discovered issues with them the processing plant didn't know exisited. That didn't prevent me from requesting the best they brought to the table when the new models turned out.

This is not a commericial for them, but rather I have had extraordinary good fortunes with the administration from my neighborhood Beltone office. They have made a special effort to see that I'm kept fulfilled. I'm certain that they are different companys that do likewise. So let me end this by getting straight to the point. Go get the hearing gadgets you require, you will love it.

Mr. Bill

xbulder get a capable audi... on the off chance that you are purchasing mid value instruments...

it ought to be noticed that most instruments are fundamentally the same as so it comes to how the audi programs the aid..... they are great decisions out there

jwarkent After perusing the greater part of the discussions on HAs, it appears to be overpowering! To get the correct guide as well as the privilege audi and after that regardless of the possibility that you have both there is a decent shot that the divice won't work appropriately or for will be lost or affected by dampness or sweat??

My better half is truly after me to dive in and I was all prepared to put it all on the line until the point when I read these surveys. Presently I don't know I shouldn't keep a watch out if something better is waiting to be dealt with.

Might truly want to hear assessments.

jay_man2 I seek things keep on progressing admirably after you!

jbobp Early yesterday morning I got the repaired Dot and wore it throughout the day. It was the first occasion when I have worn both guides since I began wearing the small scale shape in the left ear. The miniaturized scale shape has an unbelievable effect on the left side since the recipient remains set up and is nearer to my ear drum, everything is louder and too uproarious, however I can hear so much better. I have interestingly heard the fan on my portable PC. However, I felt uneven with only one guide and I trust it was on the grounds that the left side had much preferred contribution over I was acclimated to. By then end of the day I was exceptionally alright with both guides.

I additionally feel as if I’m beginning once again to a minor degree in light of the progressions to one side ear and I’m sure there are some minor changes soon, however until further notice things are going admirably.

jbobp Heard from ReSound by means of my audi and ReSound said the issue wasn’t dampness yet another substance. The tech thought it may have been suntan cream, however I don’t think so. When I was away, and when the issue happened, I walked into the lodging hall soon after somebody showered a lot of air freshener, so perhaps that was the issue.

jay_man2 Thanks for the refresh. Hopefully you get a tasteful arrangement.

jbobp Apparently the Dry & Store helped, however very little. In this way, the HA is set for ReSound for assessment, repair, and contribution with respect to what is causing the issue and conceivable arrangements.

jbobp Originally Posted by jay_man2

Ounce of aversion, pound of cure. Your call.

LOL. Too genuine.

jay_man2 Originally Posted by jbobp

Isn’t the antiseptic cycle intended for clients inclined to ear contaminations?

Ounce of aversion, pound of cure. Your call.

jbobp Originally Posted by jay_man2

The Zephyr is more affordable on the grounds that it doesn't have the disinfectant cycle. With a smaller scale form, I'd spring the additional bucks and get the Dry and Store Global or Professional, which both do have an antiseptic cycle.

Isn’t the antiseptic cycle intended for clients inclined to ear contaminations?

jay_man2 The Zephyr is more affordable on the grounds that it doesn't have the antiseptic cycle. With a small scale shape, I'd spring the additional bucks and get the Dry and Store Global or Professional, which both do have an antiseptic cycle.

jbobp My audi thought there might be some dampness consumption in the battery compartment of my correct HA and she will store it overnight in a Zephyr Dry and Store to decide whether that will settle the issue with the guide not working. On the off chance that it corrects the issue I will be putting resources into a Zephyr. On the off chance that that doesn’t rectify the issue then the guide is headed toward ReSound for repair and a demand for an answer if the issue is dampness related.

I additionally grabbed my miniaturized scale form and my ear feels “full” and despite the fact that I’ve just been wearing the guide for a couple of hours I’m trust I’ll get used to the smaller scale shape. Be that as it may, I can hear much better, an excess of better, I may need the volume diminished. I had the volume expanded once with the open vault.

xbulder there is really a chineese organization (i am aware of 2)

who makes portable amplifiers, the discount cost goes for about

150 dollars a 4 channel instr. with clamor lessening thus...

Aaron Originally Posted by xbulder

unexpectedly, GN resonate is made in china

so does siemens and phonak

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That is right. Practically if not all HA are made in China. Siemens assembled the universes biggest HA mfg site in 2006 in Suzhou. Indeed, even American Starkey is there. GN Resound closed down their plant in Cork Ireland and moved to Suzhou recently.Knowles who makes OEM transducers has more than 2000 workers there.

It's simply a question of time until the point that China takes in the listening device exchange. I will wander that inside 5 years you will have the capacity to purchase a GN Resound Dot 30 knock off in the city of Suzhou for $100 US. Everything else is duplicated by them so why should HA be any extraordinary?

Question is since they are made in China why do they be so expensive here? I see the end in locate.

Aaron Originally Posted by rocketman1254

Dab 30s were recommended as the HA for me subsequent to going by my neighborhood audiologist in conjunction with HearingPlanet - at a cost of $5600. My protection doesn't cover any of this. I have never worn HAs. My listening ability is low range around 20 dB and after that drops to 65 db at 2K, 90 db at 4k and afterward 65 db at 8K. I have discovered a similar Dot 30s at precisehearing.com for about $3,000 a couple. What's more, I discovered some in England on the net for $1500 (combine). I have a wide range of inquiries and trusting somebody can give me fair answers. Will nearby audiologists do the repairs and pogramming? Shouldn't something be said about Resound's misfortune arrangement with HAs obtained in England (I'm in the USA)? Is the cost investment funds worth the bother? I can't bear the cost of the Dot 30s through hearing planet and would need to got the Dot 10s.

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I think the rundown cost on the Dot 30's is $6000. It contrasts from the Dot 20 by having a couple of more components which as I would like to think are not required. I didn't wear or attempt the 30 so don't hear what I'm saying yet took the expression of my merchant. No second thoughts. You should have the capacity to get the 20 from a nearby merchant for about $3000 to $3500. Much the same as purchasing an auto, deal , wrangle and,haggle and shop about. Mail arrange is not prepared for prime time yet. DIY writing computer programs is vital. You will reguire 2-3 sound level alterations. The more you wear them the louder you require them turned up.

Avoid the 10. It's entirely unexpected then the 20 or 30. In any event that is the thing that I was told. The more I take in the less I know.

Whom do you trust?

rocketman1254 Dot 30s were proposed as the HA for me subsequent to going to my nearby audiologist in conjunction with HearingPlanet - at a cost of $5600. My protection doesn't cover any of this. I have never worn HAs. My listening ability is low range around 20 dB and after that drops to 65 db at 2K, 90 db at 4k and afterward 65 db at 8K. I have discovered a similar Dot 30s at precisehearing.com for about $3,000 a couple. What's more, I discovered some in England on the net for $1500 (combine). I have a wide range of inquiries and trusting somebody can give me unprejudiced answers. Will nearby audiologists do the repairs and pogramming? Shouldn't something be said about Resound's misfortune strategy with HAs obtained in England (I'm in the USA)? Is the cost funds worth the bother? I can't manage the cost of the Dot 30s through hearing planet and would need to got the Dot 10s.

jbobp I trust sweat isn’t the issue ‘cause I like the guides. At the point when my correct one quit working a week ago I had not been wearing the guide while playing golf, so I wasn’t wearing the guide while sweating. I like the guides and I could hear better from the first occasion when I wore them and could hear better in all situations. The main changes I have had were for volume increments. I have turned out to be usual to changing the battery and can supplant the battery in seconds and I can wear them throughout the day. The main issue I have at present is the let one continues slipping out of the ear channel, and that isn’t a blame of the guide, and Tuesday I get the small scale shape and that should resolve the issue with the guide slipping out.

Be that as it may, to have had issues with both guides in under six months is wretched as I would like to think. Perhaps the present issue with the correct one is as straightforward as the collector, however it’s still a trek to the audi and it requires up my investment and hers. Furthermore, despite the fact that ReSound will repair the guides complimentary for the principal year it’s a significant bother to visit the audi, dispatch the guide, and return to when the guide has been returned and it likewise implies I’m going to be forking over $500 a year for the following two years to have a support program set up for repairs.

charlibob Originally Posted by xbulder

do you folks imagine that generally manf.. configuration instrument with the goal that they will last

say from 2 to 4 yrs just with the goal that you got the opportunity to purchase another set?

what is the assessment?

I am new to this discussion, however I have been wearing simple and digitals, both ITE and BTE for a long time. From my exerience, I would state they last between 4 - 5 yrs.

xbulder ironically, GN reverberate is made in china

so does siemens and phonak

Aaron I've been gloating about the amount I like my Dot 20's for quite a while. A few companions have gotten them on my suggestion.

Presently the awful news. Individuals with extreme hearing misfortune whine they can't hear in swarms. Intriguing. I accept the unit is over-burden and can't separate out the clamor from discourse at high pick up or the merchant can't st them up accurately. Or, on the other hand both. I saw that long haul , old merchants are at a misfortune with anything advanced. I even needed to demonstrate to one Audie generally accepted methods to set up her new advanced software engineer. She had no idea and said she didn't possess a PC.

So I'm not going to prescribe Dot's any longer without a notice.

Likewise I consent to objections about toughness. Nearly didn't purchase get them in view of their Micky Mouse development. Horrendous yet so commonplace of this sham industry. Up to $6000 bucks for development that China makes a superior showing with regards to on toys for $19.95.

Estimate 10 battery is unadulterated drivel. Old individuals with hardened hands can't get a cell this little. I don't perceive any reason why the business can't plan a battery bundle like a dispensable extremely sharp steel. Snap - Click and another battery is embedded. Ludicrous and extremely poor designing on each HA I have taken a gander at. What is with this industry in any case?

Sweat is the adversary to any gadgets. Indeed, even BlackBerry has a water evidence unit now. Is this to much to request in HA units that cost $thousands?

jay_man2 Originally Posted by Mr.Bill

I do trust you will find your concern is caused from sweat, and it’s running into your units.

They have had a major issue with the Dots from that. It's the same as with the Beltone Marq.

Bill

I was exceptionally baffled to find that when I attempted a couple of spots. Decent solid quality and execution, yet exceptionally defenseless to even the smallest sweat. I ate at a Chinese place one day - szechuan - and I needed to expel both guides from the slight sweat caused by the zesty sustenance.

Interestingly, my GN ReSound Pulse's could swim in sweat and they fight the good fight.

Mr.Bill I do trust you will find your concern is caused from sweat, and it’s running into your units.

They have had a major issue with the Dots from that. It's the same as with the Beltone Marq.

Bill

jbobp I am starting to scrutinize the sturdiness of the Dots. The speaker to my left side one was supplanted only two weeks back. The guide would blur in and out, the level discussions or commotion would leave and returned only a couple of moments and once in a while the level would vanish totally and I would open and close the battery entryway and the guide would work for quite a long time or minutes. Recently I saw the correct one doesn’t work by any stretch of the imagination. On the off chance that I close the battery entryway I get the start-up beeps, though at a lower volume and afterward nothing. I can tap the guide and can’t hear the tap. Neither one of the aids has been wet, aside from some sweat, and however I have played a couple of recreations of golf this week and rearward in the N. Florida warmth and dampness I evacuate the guides when I play since I don’t like the commotion my hair (short hair) makes on the guides when my hair is wet. I’m stuck in Tallahassee until the point that the finish of the week and can’t visit the audi until one week from now, yet it appears as if both guides have had issues and I haven't had these that long.

Aaron I have no issue with others thoughts on the impact of commotion on ones ears yet I have exceptionally sting sees on this. Inability to listen used to be a depiction of individuals who couldn't hear delicate sounds and in the meantime can't endure uproarious sounds.

That is an ideal depiction of me since a kid. My ears would ring for a considerable length of time subsequent to going to a games occasion. Ear connects were not used to those days. In the Military I was presented to gunfire and mounted guns . Did a great deal of harm I'm certain. My Tinnitus begun around then. My Dad had a similar issue and I asked him when his began. He expressed he couldn't recall a period when his ears didn't ring. So I think mine is a quality thing.

The ear is an exceptionally complex mechanical gadget with a drum film driving an arrangement of minor bones driving little hairs and so forth. Definitely no inquiry in my mind that for individuals like me sound over a specific volume will cause cumlative harm. Since I wound up noticeably mindful of the association a long time back I screen the dba level I'm presented to painstakingly. In the event that I don't have ear plugs I leave loud places quick. It takes just a couple of minutes of introduction to 90db to cause me issues for a few days.

So its my decision to limit opened up sound,ie HA ,however much as could be expected and to comprehend what the db pick up of the amp is. I don't need to have a major pick up to hear discourse if the foundation clamor is diminished. Practically every one I know who is hard of hearing grumbles that foundation commotion is an executioner. dispose of the foundation commotion and almost no intensification is required for me. This is still in the Monkey organize however hands free mobile phones industry is gaining a considerable measure of ground.

So clamor is my adversary and I attempt to avoid it. I'm old yet considering my quality set my listening ability is great since I have taken extraordinary measures to deal with it. Individuals fly here and say well I have worn HA for a long time yakkity yak. So what happened to your listening ability so youthful in life? I have not required HA untill just as of late in light of the fact that I avoided the things that harm hearing, clamor, liquor and smoking all demonstrated causes.

As a colliery to my position on commotion I have likewise been a preacher on the shades of malice of smoking for a long time. This got me snickered at in my teenager and 20's. Smoke softens up the Army caused me a touch of despondency however I held my ground. Time demonstrated me revise for sure. Presently I go to funerals of individuals 10 years more youthful then I. It's my ears, lungs and wellbeing I ensure in spite of the thorns and bolts of the colossal unwashed in life. Would like to see 95 healthy and think I will make it.

jay_man2 Several of us, myself included, have posted about our encounters and how they contrast with Aaron's. I've been utilizing amplifiers for a long time, and my unaided hearing now is the same or somewhat superior to anything it was 6 years prior. I wear my guides each day, up to 16 hours every day, and experienced an alteration period at first, like what leyanne portrayed. When I wear diverse guides now there's a little change period, however not as observable as that first time.

My experience and that of others who've posted here is altogether different from Aaron's, for reasons unknown. Also, the vast majority of the present writing about the science or encounters with helps and the effect of sound-related hardship portrays an unexpected involvement in comparison to his.

Aaron I considered mail requesting my Dot's. Demonstrated the merchant the web cost and keeping in mind that he didn't meet the cost was sufficiently close to let the big dog eat. Spared about $1000.00. There must be a brain boggling increase on these things. Tear.

I didn't care for the Dot 30. Because they cost more doesn't mean they are better. I overlooked what I didn't care for yet the 20 worked better for me. The Dealer set them up per my chart however they were approach to boisterous for me. Turned them down a bit and an impeccable fit.

I don't get you need to get used to them. Set up right they work. I do see that on the off chance that I wear them for expanded time like a few days in succession I do require more volume. In the event that I don't wear them for a day or two things come back to typical. I'm a firm adherent that uproarious commotion harms hearing and that is the thing that I accept is happening . I'm not going to continue expanding the volume step by step until the point that my ears are completely destroyed. So I don't wear them unless I'm in swarms or at parties. Over the fourth we went to a few uproarious gatherings. At the point when individuals drink they get uproarious and begin yelling. My guides worked extraordinary, I could see everything and they appear to sift through to noisy of sounds.

Utilize them or free them is gibberish imho. Ears are exceptionally fragile and out and out destroy because of uproarious commotion. Avoid over the top clamor and don't raise the HA volume. I think Dealers wrench the volume up more then they have to. Future deals? I wear clamor dropping ear telephones when in an uproarious domain like planes, pontoons and so on . My father was absolutely hard of hearing at my age so I think its a hereditary issue. Regardless I hear OK with mellow to serious misfortune on the graphs. The Dot gives me a chance to comprehend discourse by evacuating foundation commotion which is all I need them for. I like them.

leyanne Originally Posted by jay_man2

The guides have an Acceptance Manager, and over a time of up to 3 weeks, set by the audie at the principal fitting, step by step change into the last settings.

leyanne, all that you posted about your first experience appears like my first involvement with helps 6 years prior. Give it some time for your mind to alter, and for the Acceptance Manager to work.

Much obliged to you - I'm feeling more quiet now - I truly expected to hear that what I'm encountering goes under the "typical" response for first time clients. I had started to think I had been imbecilic to arrange online with no progressing administration set up here in Spain. So I hold up the 2 weeks that Precisehearing recomended before examining how I can get them balanced here - is that privilege?

Likewise I need to admit I place them in & at that point hit the lanes of the city for 3 hours today - got back home, googled "Getting acclimated to helps" & read NOT to place myself in uproarious circumstances until the point when I was OK with them. Spain being the noisiest nation after Japan, I comprehend why I was shakey & feeling like I had been assaulted!!!! Learning process I presume

So do I simply wear them at home for the present?

Much thanks to you again for the consolation

L

jay_man2 Originally Posted by EnglishDispenser

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These guides don't self change - what criteria would they utilize?

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The guides have an Acceptance Manager, and over a time of up to 3 weeks, set by the audie at the principal fitting, slowly alter into the last settings.

leyanne, all that you posted about your first experience appears like my first involvement with helps 6 years back. Give it some time for your mind to change, and for the Acceptance Manager to work.

EnglishDispenser Originally Posted by leyanne

Howdy

I've recently gotten the Dot 30s I requested from PreciseHearing in the wake of perusing the remarks on this gathering particularly those of Jay Man. I live in Spain so was taking a jump of expectation in general thing - really needed to pay $800 in traditions however that is another issue which I'll research not long from now.

Alright - the circumstance is that I've been wearing them for as far back as couple of hours & am a bit gone ballistic as I have a ton of reverberating going on + sounds that come & go like plates being smashed about out of sight additionally strides are truly noisy ( & resounding) however on the telephone it appears to be more regrettable than without helps - TV bring down volume yet not discovering everything ..... Do the guides self alter over the 2 weeks that PreciseHearing instructed me to give them or do they should be balanced at this point?

I know this is all soon, however is this typical for the initial couple of days ?- this is my first time with helps so know nothing regarding what's in store & am learning about a little cracked

I'd truly value any criticism

Much obliged

Resounding is just an indication of the mind being dazed by the new sounds!

However ... on the off chance that the resounding last more than a couple of days then it may show that the guides are set a bit too uproarious.

Most sounds will appear to be odd/boisterous in the initial couple of days ... that is the general purpose of listening devices ... to re-supply or lift the sounds that you have lost!

You have to hold up a few days before you can choose what's adequate and so forth.

These guides don't self alter - what criteria would they utilize?

Your cerebrum does all the changing!

PreciseHearing revealed to both of you weeks - they wouldn't have said that without reason.

leyanne Hi

I've recently gotten the Dot 30s I requested from PreciseHearing subsequent to perusing the remarks on this gathering particularly those of Jay Man. I live in Spain so was taking a jump of expectation overall thing - really needed to pay $800 in traditions however that is another issue which I'll examine not long from now.

Alright - the circumstance is that I've been wearing them for as far back as couple of hours & am a bit gone crazy as I have a great deal of reverberating going on + sounds that come & go like plates being smashed about out of sight additionally strides are truly noisy ( & resounding) yet on the telephone it appears to be more awful than without helps - TV bring down volume yet not finding everything ..... Do the guides self change over the 2 weeks that PreciseHearing instructed me to give them or do they should be balanced at this point?

I know this is all soon, however is this typical for the initial couple of days ?- this is my first time with helps so know nothing concerning what's in store & am learning about a little cracked

I'd truly welcome any criticism

Much appreciated

jay_man2 Originally Posted by DukeR

I am new to the amplifier field and have an inquiry regarding requesting your guides. I am by and by attempting the Dot 20 that my Audiologist prescribed with tulip arches and she needed to tune them to my listening ability parameters and modify the volumn. On the off chance that you arrange these on line, what do you do about tuning them, visit your audiologist?

I faxed my audiogram to precisehearing.com and they set them up before delivery them to me. Same thing with America Hears in the event that you arrange from them.

I discovered that my audiologist has no second thoughts with programming helps I purchase somewhere else, for a charge, obviously.

DukeR Originally Posted by jay_man2

I've been wearing the GN Resound Pulse for some time now, and attempted the Azure a while back. I loved the sound quality and regular directionality of the Azure, yet chosen to remain with the Pulse for different reasons.

Of late, I've been perusing whatever I could discover on the spot, especially the dab 30, and early today requested a couple from precisehearing.com. I'd requested tubes and arches from them in the past for my Pulse helps. I faxed them a few inquiries and my audiogram, talked with a man of honor named John who addressed every one of my inquiries, and chosen to put in the request. The guides were $1495 each, in addition to $20 shipping. I realize that is at any rate $2400 not as much as getting them locally, and I have my Pulse helps as a reinforcement on the off chance that I need the programming changed.

I'll refresh you when they come in, recap my encounters with the Pulse, Azure and speck, and ideally give some knowledge into managing precisehearing.com.

Furthermore, I found amid the discussion with John that he's a wearer additionally, and has been wearing the spot 30 for seven days. He disclosed to me that he had been wearing the Metrix, and the main thing they'd found so far about the spot 30 was that the recipient tube appeared to be somewhat shorter in the dab 30 than a comparable thin tube for the Metrix or Pulse. I as of now wear the longest tube, a 3A, and it's not very short by any methods, so I think that'll be fine. He likewise utilizes tulip vaults to help the low frequencies. I utilize tulip arches, as the audie who sold me the Pulse helps utilized them for input control. The guides will land with a few vaults, so I'll get an opportunity to see hear the contrast between a tulip arch and consistent open vault.

I am new to the listening device field and have an inquiry concerning requesting your guides. I am by and by attempting the Dot 20 that my Audiologist prescribed with tulip vaults and she needed to tune them to my listening ability parameters and alter the volumn. In the event that you arrange these on line, what do you do about tuning them, visit your audiologist?

audiogal Originally Posted by EnglishDispenser

Never known about any such strategy.

Perhaps we don't have it in the UK?

Gee... In the US, all guides accompanied no less than a one-year misfortune/harm arrangement. The guide can be lost or damaged, whatever, and is replaceable ONE TIME for a little deductible (around $150 to $200, generally). I would call your ReSound rep and see what the approach is for the UK.

xbulder Originally Posted by EnglishDispenser

Gee ... I fitted a dot30 fourteen days prior.

The customer at that point discovered one day that the speaker was in the ear ... In any case, ... the guide body had GONE.

I assume the little plastic link retainer cut had come loose for reasons unknown.

His protection wouldn't pay ... "flawed workmanship" they guaranteed.

No one else would consider sharing the agony, so I've needed to supplant the unit at my cost.

I am not satisfied.

I may concentrate on speaker-in-the-ear models with the more normal steel stick link locking framework starting now and into the foreseeable future.

I can't hazard squandering hours of work since links come hapless.

why might you need to pay in the event that it is the client blame that the instrument was lost?

EnglishDispenser Originally Posted by audiogal

Wouldn't you be able to get them supplanted under the misfortune/harm arrangement from ReSound?

Never known about any such strategy.

Perhaps we don't have it in the UK?

audiogal Originally Posted by EnglishDispenser

Well ... I fitted a dot30 half a month prior.

......

No one else would consider sharing the agony, so I've needed to supplant the unit at my cost.

Wouldn't you be able to get them supplanted under the misfortune/harm arrangement from ReSound?

EnglishDispenser Hmm ... I fitted a dot30 fourteen days back.

The customer at that point discovered one day that the speaker was in the ear ... Be that as it may, ... the guide body had GONE.

I assume the little plastic link retainer cut had come loose for reasons unknown.

His protection wouldn't pay ... "flawed workmanship" they guaranteed.

No one else would consider sharing the agony, so I've needed to supplant the unit at my cost.

I am not satisfied.

I may concentrate on speaker-in-the-ear models with the more normal steel stick link locking framework starting now and into the foreseeable future.

I can't hazard squandering hours of work since links come untied.

xbulder Originally Posted by steph123

I have fit many Dots.

Just to clear up, the Dot 30 and the Azure have similar components (same level of clamor diminishment, characteristic directionality, enhancer, and so forth).

The principle distinction is that on the Dot 30, the patient does not approach volume control or different projects.

Another key distinction is that the Azure has coordinate sound information and a telecoil. In this manner, Azure BTEs can be coupled to fm frameworks or other assistive listening gadgets that require DAI.

Anyway, why pick one over the other?

When all is said in done, individuals who are exceptionally worried about beauty care products may need the Dot. It is minor! Likewise individuals who would prefer not to "disturb their portable amplifiers". You can put a catch on an amplifier, yet there are numerous patients who won't utilize it, regardless of the possibility that it's there.

In the event that you realize that you need more control... or, on the other hand are utilized to a telecoil.... at that point the Azure might be more proper.

Another point is battery life. The Dot utilizes a size 10, which should give you 5-7 days, though the new Azure 71 thin BTE utilizes a 13 battery with around 3 weeks of battery life... simply another thing to consider.

As to recipient in the waterway versus sound being sent down a tube into the ear, I have had patients who lean toward one over the other as far as sound quality, however I haven't discovered an example.

Good fortunes!

the fitting extent on the purplish blue BTE is higher since it can work with a tin tube

or, then again with an ear snare, so from a venture perspective, it has more headroom right?

steph123 I have fit many Dots.

Just to clear up, the Dot 30 and the Azure have similar elements (same level of commotion diminishment, normal directionality, enhancer, and so forth).

The fundamental contrast is that on the Dot 30, the patient does not approach volume control or numerous projects.

Another key contrast is that the Azure has coordinate sound info and a telecoil. In this way, Azure BTEs can be coupled to fm frameworks or other assistive listening gadgets that require DAI.

Things being what they are, the reason pick one over the other?

By and large, individuals who are extremely worried about beauty care products may need the Dot. It is minor! Likewise individuals who would prefer not to "upset their portable amplifiers". You can put a catch on a portable hearing assistant, yet there are numerous patients who won't utilize it, regardless of the possibility that it's there.

On the off chance that you realize that you need more control... or, on the other hand are utilized to a telecoil.... at that point the Azure might be more proper.

Another point is battery life. The Dot utilizes a size 10, which should give you 5-7 days, while the new Azure 71 thin BTE utilizes a 13 battery with around 3 weeks of battery life... simply another thing to consider.

As to beneficiary in the trench versus sound being sent down a tube into the ear, I have had patients who incline toward one over the other as far as sound quality, however I haven't discovered an example.

Good fortunes!

Maine There are a couple of DOT helps accessible on eBay, does anybody know where I can get these program'd

xbulder Originally Posted by dannyb

Hello, ahawton,

Look at my audit of the Delta 8000 versus the Dot 30. Tell me what you think.

About picking a guide being harder than you thought...yep! My experience as well!

Khenkels, you are all in all correct to be distrustful about sounds given a portion of the encounters I read about in this gathering. Everything I can state is continue attempting.

My sound is my lifeline. Furthermore, I watch and find out about what she is doing with the programming, so there is no 'fiddling the outcomes'. Apply your own particular sound judgment and gut sense. In the event that your sound isn't willing to give you a chance to have a go at something - another guide, another setting and so on then locate another one!

I figure this is less demanding where I live, they appear to be on each road corner. I can envision this could be troublesome in the event that you were in a little nation town.

Also, if you don't mind it would be ideal if you post your encounters in the discussion. I don't think about whatever is left of you, however I'm taking in a ton here.

Danny in Sydney.

cant analyze them..

I administer Delta and Dot, Dot is predominant it is on the grounds that it is a more current instrument....

the dab 10 for example offers more at the cost than the delta 4000

Khenkels I got my Audeos (V) to trial yesturday. I have not seen a noteworthy change yet, and still strain (and at times don't comprehend) to hear what is on TV or somebody in the room....I will keep a log and new audi will call me in 1 week. I will let all of you know how it goes. See my post on the Forums - Audeos.

dannyb Hey, ahawton,

Look at my survey of the Delta 8000 versus the Dot 30. Tell me what you think.

About picking a guide being harder than you thought...yep! My experience as well!

Khenkels, you are all in all correct to be wary about sounds given a portion of the encounters I read about in this gathering. Everything I can state is continue attempting.

My sound is my lifeline. Furthermore, I watch and find out about what she is doing with the programming, so there is no 'fiddling the outcomes'. Apply your own particular judgment skills and gut impulse. On the off chance that your sound isn't willing to give you a chance to have a go at something - another guide, another setting and so on then locate another one!

I figure this is simpler where I live, they appear to be on each road corner. I can envision this could be troublesome on the off chance that you were in a little nation town.

Also, if it's not too much trouble it would be ideal if you post your encounters in the discussion. I don't think about whatever is left of you, however I'm taking in a great deal here.

Danny in Sydney.

pchela Hi! I am happy to discover some data about ReSound Dots on this discussion. Nonetheless, I never utilized portable amplifiers. I had my listening ability test done very nearly a year back, and determined to have a mellow hearing misfortune (high tones). At last, a week ago I returned to the audiologist and requested Dot 20 to attempt (cost $4,060 combine). As should be obvious, it took me a long time to concur with myself on wearing listening devices. However, Dots look so little that I trust no one will see them.

In the interim, I have no clue what I need to search for (tune in for) amid the time for testing and furthermore, what is the contrast between Dot 10, 20 and 30. More often than not I'm taking a shot at the PC, yet I additionally talk on the telephone, go to gatherings, meetings and ... I'd love to sit in front of the TV without perusing subtitles.

What's more, the last, yet not minimum. I saw that precisehearing was said a couple of times and their cost is considerably less expensive. How can it function with them? In the event that I return Dot 20 I got from the audiologist, would i be able to arrange another Dot 20 or would I need to arrange Dot 30 or Dot 10 (or would it be advisable for me to arrange Dot 30 regardless, as a result of its additional components)? Who will set it up (program) for me and change as required?

Much obliged ahead of time.

ahawton Khenkels, i'll be keen on hearing what this audi prescribes to you - seek they have a decent arrangement after you!

Khenkels Originally Posted by ahawton

Hello there dannyb

I didn't get the commotion when the battery was out of the Dot, yet it was still there when the battery was in yet the entryway was open - so the guide was "off" yet at the same time transmitting some standard clamor. I don't have tinnitus, and i've attempted different guides that don't have that foundation sound, so I think the Dot simply happens to be a poor fit for me. I'm as of now attempting a few Indigos, which are not awful, but rather the bigger size is discernible. I see another Delta show is anticipated the fall, so i'm enticed to restore these (have not completed my time for testing yet) and hold up till fall and see where costs and the new guides are at. Picking a decent guide is substantially harder than I thought it would be!

Amazing, couldn't have said that better. It truly is harder than anybody might suspect. However I see some that appear to do awesome or else they are simply settling as I did around 10 years prior; I got new HA's and by then they fitted me with what THEY thought was ideal, THEY revealed to me it was extraordinary and I didnt require anything further. Learn to expect the unexpected. I didn't wear those guides 1/2 the time. I just idea HA was not for me....So, a couple of months back when family and companions start to reveal to me I required help I went to somewhere else, solicited alot from inquiries and THEY disclosed to some huge ones....as they won't or can not do any testing check, THEY disclose to me it is all me and THEY have never had any other individual to whine and need modifications. . I am going to yet another AUDI this Friday....and to state that I am going in incredulous is the quite recently the begginning. All I truly need to have the capacity to be a piece of discussions, and to stop saying huh EVERY SINGLE TIME! Sorry for the rant..just get baffled this must be such an experience.

ahawton Hi dannyb

I didn't get the clamor when the battery was out of the Dot, however it was still there when the battery was in yet the entryway was open - so the guide was "off" yet at the same time transmitting some gauge commotion. I don't have tinnitus, and i've attempted different guides that don't have that foundation sound, so I think the Dot simply happens to be a poor fit for me. I'm right now attempting a few Indigos, which are not terrible, but rather the bigger size is recognizable. I see another Delta show is gotten ready for the fall, so i'm enticed to restore these (have not completed my time for testing yet) and hold up till fall and see where costs and the new guides are at. Picking a decent guide is considerably harder than I thought it would be!

dannyb Hi Ahawton,

I think about whether the clamor is from the contorted sound from the earpiece and a touch of tinnitus combined. The main reason I say this is on account of you encounter it when there is no battery in the gadget. I would surmise that the main reason you get a commotion is either the physical nearness of the earpiece or some gadget clamor from outstanding charge in a capacitor.

What do you specialists think?

Danny.

chrisc Originally Posted by xbulder

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xbulder Originally Posted by ahawton

I am at present testing a few HA, including the Dot 30s. I found the guides truly agreeable, and they were great at quieting a portion of the undeserable clamor I was getting with the moxi component 8's I had attempted before. I surrendered the Dot 30s however, because of a consistent foundation clamor that was similar to a murmur, or repetitive sound.

The audi was exceptionally astonished I didn't care for the Dots, however she couldn't dispose of the clamor which made it a work of art, considering the cost. The commotion was inner to the units, and was even present when the guides were killed, the length of the battery case was shut.

I am presently trying the delta 6000, and plan to attempt the unitron indigo. I have not seen much data on the indigo - has anybody got any involvement with that?

i would attempt the vigo ace over the delta quickly

it will out perform it...

on the off chance that you need to utilize the bluetooth funct. attempt epoq V

dannyb Thanks JayMan for all your data about the Dot. As you may have seen from my posts, I"m trialing a Delta 8000 and my sound is getting me a DOT30 to attempt on Wednesday. Given your experience and the counsel of the specialists on this board, I'm quick to attempt it.

I can't exaggerate how profitable this counsel is. I'll attempt and respond with my own encounters. Remember that I'm new to this entire hearing misfortune thing!

Danny.

ahawton The clamor was is both ears constantly. This included when the battery entryway was open, so the guide was in reality killed ( however the battery was still in). Once the battery was evacuated there was no commotion - peculiar I know. Like you I truly just saw the commotion in calm situations, yet it was sufficiently diverting to truly trouble me.

jay_man2 Originally Posted by ahawton

... I surrendered the Dot 30s however, because of a consistent foundation clamor that was similar to a murmur, or background noise.

The audi was exceptionally astonished I didn't care for the Dots, however she couldn't dispose of the commotion which made it a work of art, considering the cost. The commotion was inner to the units, and was even present when the guides were killed, the length of the battery case was shut.

...

Was the background noise only one guide? I found that my left ear, the screen ear, would have a level of repetitive sound foundation murmur in to a great degree calm situations, and before long I'd for the most part forget about it. However, contrasted with my Pulse helps, it was a perceptible clamor from that left guide as it were.

What's more, when you say "killed, the length of the battery case was shut" do you imply that the clamor was there even with no battery in the guide?

ahawton I am as of now testing a few HA, including the Dot 30s. I found the guides truly agreeable, and they were great at quieting a portion of the undeserable clamor I was getting with the moxi component 8's I had attempted before. I surrendered the Dot 30s however, because of a steady foundation clamor that was similar to a murmur, or background noise.

The audi was exceptionally astonished I didn't care for the Dots, yet she couldn't dispose of the clamor which made it a centerpiece, considering the cost. The clamor was interior to the units, and was even present when the guides were killed, the length of the battery case was shut.

I am presently trying the delta 6000, and plan to attempt the unitron indigo. I have not seen much data on the indigo - has anybody got any involvement with that?

jay_man2 Originally Posted by xbulder

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jay_man2 Originally Posted by buddy

I was taking a gander at the Dot 30 and taking a gander at getting them from precisehearing. I was thinking about how the amplifiers worked out for you and how it was to manage precisehearing. Much thanks to you.

Managing precisehearing was simple. On the off chance that you arrange the Dot 30, make certain to request that they incorporate every one of the arches so you can get the correct fit. It helped me that I likewise knew I'd require the longest collector tube, a 3. One representative I conversed with specified that the tubes are shorter than the general ReSound thin tubes, and they've needed to supplant collector tubes with bigger sizes after the client got the guides.

As the climate's gotten hotter (or I eat extremely hot sustenances) I've begun to sweat a few, and that has been an issue, which it never was with my GN ReSound Pulse helps. I'm nearing the finish of the 60 day return period, and wearing my Pulse helps again to check whether I can backpedal to them in the wake of wearing the Dot.

While I like the spot 30 a considerable measure, my Pulse helps are not as much as a year old, and were secured by protection. These specks were $2990 out of my pocket, and I don't believe they're sufficient of a progression over the Pulse for me to take the money related hit, particularly with dealing with the sweat issue. In the event that my Pulse helps had some age on them, possibly an alternate story.

All that really matters, managing precisehearing was fine, and the spot 30 is a pleasant guide. You simply need to choose that for the significant investment funds would you be able to go a few days to a little while on the off chance that you need to send it back for repairs or new beneficiary tubes, and so on.

dude I was taking a gander at the Dot 30 and taking a gander at getting them from precisehearing. I was thinking about how the amplifiers worked out for you and how it was to manage precisehearing. Much thanks to you.

xbulder Originally Posted by jay_man2

Despite everything i'm enjoying these spot 30 helps. Recently, I switched once more from tulip vaults and games bolt to only the 7mm open arch. While the 7 mm open vaults pull out of my ears a bit, once they do they remain there whatever remains of the day, and they're more agreeable than the tulip arches. I likewise don't generally see any distinction in sound quality from the guides, however get more "regular hearing" through the open vault.

One thing that I've gotten some information about and anticipating some examination back to GN ReSound is the thing that I believe is a "circuit clamor" in one guide. Maybe one of you who've fitted these guides can remark.

In calm circumstances, such as sitting at home with simply the standard commotions around me - refrigerator running, air flowing from the heater, and so on. I hear a concise buzz clamor or electrical commotion in the left guide - the screen or omnidirectional ear - and it cycles at regular intervals predictably.

Whenever I'm in even the smallest piece of commotion, I more often than not don't hear that short blasted of a buzz, however in outrageous calm it'll happen at regular intervals nearly to the second.

It hasn't diminished the general usefulness of the guides, or been a diversion in ordinary listening situations, however is increasingly a curiousity in these super-calm settings.

Unless somebody here has a thought, I'll post what I get once more from GN ReSound.

It may be inward clamor, inquire as to whether he or she has empower extension..

ensure is on

jay_man2 I'm as yet enjoying these spot 30 helps. Recently, I switched over from tulip vaults and games bolt to only the 7mm open arch. While the 7 mm open vaults pull out of my ears a bit, once they do they remain there whatever is left of the day, and they're more agreeable than the tulip arches. I likewise don't generally see any distinction in sound quality from the guides, however get more "regular hearing" through the open arch.

One thing that I've gotten some information about and anticipating some exploration back to GN ReSound is the thing that I believe is a "circuit clamor" in one guide. Maybe one of you who've fitted these guides can remark.

In calm circumstances, such as sitting at home with simply the standard clamors around me - refrigerator running, air flowing from the heater, and so forth. I hear a concise buzz commotion or electrical clamor in the left guide - the screen or omnidirectional ear - and it cycles like clockwork predictably.

Whenever I'm in even the scarcest piece of commotion, I ordinarily don't hear that short blasted of a buzz, yet in outrageous calm it'll happen like clockwork practically to the second.

It hasn't degraded the general usefulness of the guides, or been a diversion in typical listening situations, however is increasingly a curiousity in these super-calm settings.

Unless somebody here has a thought, I'll post what I get once again from GN ReSound.

jay_man2 Depending on the kind of help and the wear it's subjected to, I think they'd last longer than 2 to 4 years. I've just had two repairs to helps in 6 years of wearing them. When, one of my Widex Diva ITEs just passed on. I never discovered what truly caused it. Whenever, I dropped it onto a tile floor, and keeping in mind that it worked, something was moving around inside, causing twisted sound.

Obviously, the length of I have protection as I accomplish for new guides like clockwork, and the money related ability myself at different circumstances, I'll consider new guides on the off chance that it would appear that the innovation headway offers a characterized, substantial advantage in my ordinary utilization of helps.

xbulder do you folks imagine that generally manf.. configuration instrument with the goal that they will last

say from 2 to 4 yrs just with the goal that you got the opportunity to purchase another set?

what is the supposition?

jay_man2 Originally Posted by OpenEar

I am taking a gander at supplanting a couple of harmed helps with a couple of Dot 20s and I recognized your accommodating remarks on your involvement with these guides. My experience has been, with the outdoors Resound Air 60s, that the tubes do yellow with age in around 3-6 months. I was thinking about whether you could remark on your wellspring of information demonstrating that the tubes on the new Dot helps have a tendency to not yellow as fast ( I trust this product offering is new and might not have been arround sufficiently long to perceive what the inclination of the tubes to turn yellow actualy is).

It would likewise be useful on the off chance that you could decribe how the ear wax is cleamed out of the beneficiary with these RITE helps - and that it is so hard to do.

Much appreciated,

OE

Clearing wax out of the beneficiary is simple. Clean the vault with a dry fabric or brush, pull it off and put it aside, clean the beneficiary with a brush, at that point set the arch back on. The wax monitor in the collector can likewise be evacuated and supplanted, which is anything but difficult to do.

The tube is all the more only protection around the recipient wire, which has a gold or bronze-like look to it. Regardless of the possibility that the tube yellows, it's not an empty tube so there'd be no effect on the sound, dissimilar to a customary tube maybe. I trust encounter bears this out.

These were questions I tended to with somebody at precisehearing.com who wears helps himself, and is their "analyzer" for new guides. And keeping in mind that he may have a personal stake in offering helps, I do trust that the idea of beneficiary tubes is with the end goal that they would keep on functioning legitimately for a long time regardless of the possibility that the covering material yellowed a bit.

OpenEar Originally Posted by jay_man2

......The collector tubes last any longer than the open fit tubes, and don't appear to yellow like the open fit tubes, and can be traded for $75 each. Notwithstanding the open arches that shield the speaker from wax, the tip of the recipients have a shading coded wax protect that I can evacuate and clean or change. The left watch is blue and the privilege is red, to shading code the dab 30s. What's more, I can change the arches like clockwork ($20 for a 10-pack) as I did with the thin tubes..

I am taking a gander at supplanting a couple of harmed helps with a couple of Dot 20s and I recognized your accommodating remarks on your involvement with these guides. My experience has been, with the outdoors Resound Air 60s, that the tubes do yellow with age in around 3-6 months. I was thinking about whether you could remark on your wellspring of info demonstrating that the tubes on the new Dot helps have a tendency to not yellow as fast ( I trust this product offering is new and might not have been arround sufficiently long to perceive what the inclination of the tubes to turn yellow actualy is).

It would likewise be useful in the event that you could decribe how the ear wax is cleamed out of the beneficiary with these RITE helps - and that it is so hard to do.

Much obliged,

OE

jay_man2 It' been three weeks since I got the dab 30s from precisehearing.com, and I truly like these guides. Acknowledgment Manager has run it's course, and the guides are at the last settings, from what I can listen.

I've attempted the 5, 7 and 10 mm open vaults, and the tulip arches, with and without the games bolt. Today, I put the tulip vaults back on, and think that'll be what I remain with, with the games bolt.

The 5 mm vault was too little. The 7 mm appeared to be perfect, however during that time the tubes would pull out somewhat. The 10 mm arches were too tight, practically agonizing at a certain point, yet the tulip vaults appear to work and hold things set up fine and dandy. I rotated the vault on the beneficiary a tad so the substantial and little folds fit into my ear with the extensive fold laying in the base of the channel, and little fold toward the top. It additionally makes it simple to recall which one to flip to ensure the extensive fold is covering the little one.

I've had the chance to put the guides into each listening circumstance I normally encounter, and they've performed well for me. Battery life is likewise working out not surprisingly, at only a shade more than 6 days. With the left ear being the screen ear (omnidirectional mics) and the correct ear being the concentration ear (directional mics) I can here and there sense the left guide exchanging projects, and it's been the one to have the battery go first without fail. In light of the setup for the "common directionality," it's what I'd hope to happen.

Up until this point, so great.

jay_man2 I was at first worried about the speaker in the ear, and investigated this before purchasing. It additionally helps that I definitely knew I'm not a major wax maker.

To the extent sound goes, it sounds more like the Azure on account of the common directionality. The sound quality is great, yet I don't have the foggiest idea about that I can tell if it's any superior to anything the Pulse, with the exception of having the capacity to hear sounds surrounding me much better.

The beneficiary tubes last any longer than the open fit tubes, and don't appear to yellow like the open fit tubes, and can be substituted for $75 each. Notwithstanding the open arches that shield the speaker from wax, the tip of the beneficiaries have a shading coded wax protect that I can expel and clean or change. The left protect is blue and the privilege is red, to shading code the speck 30s. Furthermore, I can change the arches like clockwork ($20 for a 10-pack) as I did with the thin tubes.

The collector tubes are a modest piece shorter than the proportional thin tube. That worked out alright for me since I was wearing a 3A at any rate; that tube was only a shade long, and the beneficiary tube 3A fits fine and dandy. Others may need to go up a size to get a solid match.

Obviously, I get only a shade more than 6 days from the 10 batteries, though the Azure with the 13 batteries ought to go around 20 days at 16 hours per day.

JordanK Thanks for your reaction. I had another question....

What are your idea/encounters with respect to having the speaker appropriate in your ear versus having a sound tube transfer the sound from the smaller than normal BTE to your ear? Does it sound any unique versus the Azures or the Pulses?

The new small scale amplifiers appear to be moving to the RIC innovation I'm as yet vague with regards to the favorable circumstances. I'm feeling that the RIC gives you a chance to keep the unit little, the shut down and perhaps diminishes criticism yet the drawback is that you now have an essential piece of the listening device presented to more dampness/wax, and so forth. My audiologist says you can purchase save RICs and he demonstrates to his patients industry standards to supplant them themselves. I think about how frequently you need to supplant the RIC and how awful is the cost? New innovation drives new sorts of inquiries

Jordan.

jay_man2 Originally Posted by JordanK

I was at my audiologist today getting some new tubes for my Azures and he demonstrated to me a couple of GN Resound Dots that he simply gotten for a client. I can't trust how small those guides are. I was completely inspired. The Dots are unquestionably the littlest smaller than expected BTEs I've ever observed. Considerably littler than the Phonak Audeo. The main drawback I can see is that you just get one program with the Dots and this makes it a masterpiece for me. I truly like having two or three unique projects that I can change to contingent upon what I'm doing. I would absolutely consider these guides in the event that they had one additional program. I think the Phonak Audeo has 9 programs yet you require a remote control to change which is somewhat of an agony.

Just thought about how you are dealing with quite recently the single program on the DOTs? I truly think its helpful to have a moment program with additional clamor lessening for extremely uproarious spots like eateries.

Jordan.

Timely inquiry. Over the most recent couple of days I've had the chance to be in troublesome situations, twice in uproarious eateries, and only today in a vast gathering room at work with 100+ individuals in the room all talking before the formal meeting.

I was truly awed with these guides. They did all that I trusted they would. They are modified for 7 listening situations, and appear to switch between the listening conditions consistently. I could hear individuals conversing with me fine and dandy, while they needed to strain to listen, and I could hear discussions behind me exceptionally well, as well. The Azure has 4 listening conditions (programs) that you can change to physically.

I was trusting that the spot 30 was a mix of the best elements of the Pulse and Azure, thus far that seems, by all accounts, to be the situation.

I need the guides to take every necessary step, and don't need the bother of changing from typical to eatery to music; these spot 30s do what I need!

JordanK I was at my audiologist today getting some new tubes for my Azures and he demonstrated to me a couple of GN Resound Dots that he simply gotten for a client. I can't trust how minor those guides are. I was completely awed. The Dots are unquestionably the littlest smaller than normal BTEs I've ever observed. Considerably littler than the Phonak Audeo. The main drawback I can see is that you just get one program with the Dots and this makes it a gem for me. I truly like having several distinct projects that I can change to contingent upon what I'm doing. I would surely consider these guides in the event that they had one additional program. I think the Phonak Audeo has 9 programs yet you require a remote control to change which is somewhat of an agony.

Just thought about how you are making do with quite recently the single program on the DOTs? I truly think its helpful to have a moment program with additional clamor lessening for extremely uproarious spots like eateries.

Jordan.

jay_man2 It's been two weeks, and I'm preferring these dab 30s from precisehearing.com. I'm utilizing the 7 mm open vault, however put the games bolts back on today. When I telecommute the majority of the work is by email, or tuning in to telephone calls. Today, I was in the workplace, and talking more. The 7 mm open arches, similar to the tulip vaults, appeared to be pull out of my ear more without the games bolt (ear grasp as xbulder calls it).

Over the long haul and the Acceptance Manager does its thing, drawing nearer to the "last" settings for my misfortune, I'm content with the underlying programming. What's more, I like the fit and feel of these small things.

jay_man2 I got the 7 and 10 mm vaults via the post office today, with a note that the concentration ear is the privilege, and screen is the left, which is the thing that I suspected. They likewise noticed that the Acceptance Manager was set to 3 weeks, 8 hours for each day (the default, obviously) which I suspected too. As an accomplished wearer, they could have set the Acceptance Manager to a more forceful calendar; however in any event I realize what it was set to, and comprehend why they sound a little better every couple of days.

I pulled the tulip arches and wears bolts off, and am presently attempting the 7 mm open vaults. Up until this point, so great. Much more agreeable and "open," I kust trust they remain set up as I experience the day squirming my ears, eating, grinning, grimacing and so forth and so on.

jay_man2 I've been wearing the dab 30's for seven days now, and everything's fine up until this point. I'm utilizing tulip vaults. I attempted 5 mm open arches, and they were too little; the collectors would back themselves out of my ears. I contacted precisehearing.com and requesting that they send me the 7 and 10 mm open vaults to attempt. I ought to have those is a couple of days.

I likewise, just from immaculate interest, requesting that they pull up my programming and let me know which ear is the concentration ear and which is the screen ear for the normal directionality, and what the underlying setting was for the Acceptance Manager. I'm holding up a reaction by email on those inquiries.

What's more, I should state that the small size of these guides makes them significantly more agreeable that the Pulse's with 312 battery that I was wearing, and it was extremely agreeable.

lulu i've been wearing the dab 10 for 2 days now.

everything's fine, went to my audi for a couple of alterations...

i think what others said is correct, it is vital to have an audi with experience, patient and energy so you can get the greatest advantage out of ur (presumably costly) portable amplifiers.

i like my audi,she didn't drive me to buy one listening devices over the other, and willing to discover more about the components of the portable amplifiers.

jay_man2 I haven't worn and really analyzed a spot 10 and a speck 20 in my ears, however having taken a gander at the dab arrangement details widely finished the most recent week, I don't have a clue about that somebody could hear a distinction between the two.

The dab 10 appears to be an improved element, thinned case rendition of the Pulse or Pulse-CRT. The speck 20 includes a few tech highlights, however who knows how they influence the sound quality. The spot 30 includes normal directionality, making it like a de-highlighted, thinned down form of the Azure.

I'm restless to see another post about your involvement with the speck 10. Good fortunes with it!

lulu thanks for your answer, xbulder

will have spot 10 soon.

xbulder they are distinctive instruments...

in the event that your misfortune is with in the fitting scope of the delta...

you ought to be fine..

lulu is anybody here administers the resonate speck? simply need to know whether there is an observable distinction between dab 10 and 20, on the grounds that with delta 4000 and 6000, i heard more dissensions about the delta 4000.

how's the sound quality for dab 10? (can't bear the cost of speck 30)

thank u.

jay_man2 The spot 30s arrived today by Express Mail, just before twelve. I've been wearing them only two hours, thus far, so great. I'm utilizing size 3 collector tubes and tulip arches. The collector tube is a slight piece shorter than the thin tube with my Pulse helps, yet seems to fit somewhat better. Also, I thought the Pulse helps (312 battery) were little. These spot 30s (10 battery) are modest!

As of now I can tell that the regular directionality that I preferred with the Azure is working with the guides. What's more, Precise Hearing (www.precisehearing.com) has been superb to work with.

analoglover Hi Jayman2:

A debt of gratitude is in order for all the data about Resound superb items. I have been wearing Beltone simple programmable CSP-II for a long time. It is the best portable amplifier I can get up until this point. Notwithstanding, Beltone has ceased creating it since Dec of 2005. Ideally I can inspire something to supplant it. If you don't mind keep us educate about your experience about Dot.

Appreciate

Paul

jay_man2 I've been wearing the GN Resound Pulse for some time now, and attempted the Azure a while back. I preferred the sound quality and common directionality of the Azure, however chosen to remain with the Pulse for different reasons.

Of late, I've been perusing whatever I could discover on the spot, especially the speck 30, and at the beginning of today requested a couple from precisehearing.com. I'd requested tubes and arches from them in the past for my Pulse helps. I faxed them a few inquiries and my audiogram, talked with a man of honor named John who addressed every one of my inquiries, and chosen to put in the request. The guides were $1495 each, in addition to $20 shipping. I realize that is at any rate $2400 not as much as getting them locally, and I have my Pulse helps as a reinforcement on the off chance that I need the programming changed.

I'll refresh you when they come in, recap my encounters with the Pulse, Azure and spot, and ideally give some understanding into managing precisehearing.com.

Furthermore, I found amid the discussion with John that he's a wearer likewise, and has been wearing the dab 30 for seven days. He revealed to me that he had been wearing the Metrix, and the main thing they'd found so far about the spot 30 was that the beneficiary tube appeared to be somewhat shorter in the speck 30 than a comparative thin tube for the Metrix or Pulse. I as of now wear the longest tube, a 3A, and it's not very short by any methods, so I think that'll be fine. He likewise utilizes tulip arches to support the low frequencies. I utilize tulip arches, as the audie who sold me the Pulse helps utilized them for input control. The guides will touch base with a few arches, so I'll get an opportunity to see hear the contrast between a tulip vault and general open arch.

xbulder i like regular directionaly im think about to what extent would it take for different comapnies to duplicate this smart thought...

Envoiromental analyzer is additionally something to be thankful for...

finaly reverberate is getting enought items in the pipeline to turn the organization

around... i check their funds and they are not doing that great but rather it is

something they could pivot

NumbEars Looks like three valued models Dot 10, Dot 20, and Dot 30.

More data from the site.

dot™ by ReSound

Item Information

Item Description

We’ve taken the best innovation and bundled

it into the littlest hearing instrument

ever. Past small scale BTEs traded off on

execution to convey on makeup.

spot by ReSound is the fi rst instrument that

gives all the benefi ts of a full-estimate demonstrate in

the littlest lodging accessible today.

speck by ReSound offers more pick up on a patient’s

ear than some other beneficiary in-the-ear

hearing instrument. All the more genuine pick up implies

more patients can benefi t. In the meantime

ReSound’s restrictive advancements guarantee

most extreme patient fulfillment from the occasion

it is fi rst fi t.

Standard Confi guration

• Size 10A battery

• Battery entryway with incorporated on/off switch

• Receivers and arches in various sizes

• Fourteen shading choices

Fitting Requirements

• Aventa fi tting programming (2.5 or higher)

• CS53 FlexStrip programming link

• Speedlink, HI-PRO™ or NOAHlink™ interface

(Speedlink prescribed)

Fitting Range

Key Features

17-Band Warp™ sound preparing

9-Band Warp™ sound handling

Pick up handles in Aventa 9 7 6

Double Stabilizer™ II DFS

criticism cancelation

Open fi tting

Ecological Optimizer™

Regular Directionality™

MultiScope Adaptive Directionality™

Versatile directionality

SoftSwitching™ programmed program

NoiseTracker™ II clamor lessening

NoiseTracker™ clamor lessening

Acknowledgment Manager

EchoStop™

WindRush Manager™

Locally available Analyzer™ DataLogging

Shared Key Technologies:

Double receiver innovation

Incorporated Microphone Matching™

Low-level extension

SmartStart™

Low battery cautioning marker

DT3060/DT2060/DT1060

(dot30/dot20/dot10)

dot30 dot20 dot10

Extreme

Progressed

Essential

Standard

Open arch

Tulip-Dome

Custom form

250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000

0

20

40

60

80

100

Recurrence

Size smallest in the business; nobody will see it on the ear

Common Directionality™ provides the unrivaled mix of most extreme discourse clearness while keeping up full fringe mindfulness

Ecological Optimizer™ allows autonomous change in up to 7 particular situations

17-Band Warp™ sound processing mimics the capacity of the human cochlea to convey high determination sound preparing quality over all frequencies (may fluctuate in select models)

MultiScope Adaptive Directionality™ advanced directional mouthpiece framework with 3 distinctive shaft width alternatives for more noteworthy solace and discourse lucidity (differs by display):

Acknowledgment Manager gradual adjustment of pick up levels over a period up to two months gives expanded patient solace and higher starting acknowledgment rates because of the disposal of sudden enhancement alterations

Double Stabilizer™ II DFS proprietary calculation guarantees the most extreme advantage conceivable from the hearing instrument without criticism; shriek free

NoiseTracker™ identifies undesirable foundation clamor and uses ReSound’s exclusive unearthly subtraction innovation to decrease it without trading off discourse understanding (fluctuates by demonstrate)

EchoStop™ effective diminishment of room resonation and body sound reflections; lessened reverberate

Windrush Manager™ wind commotion concealment, taking into account undisturbed and unhindered open air exercises

dot™ by ReSound is a brilliant, modest hearing instrument.

It is so little, no one else will see you are wearing spot. It for all intents and purposes vanishes on the ear. dot’s extraordinary ergonomic plan additionally makes it lightweight and agreeable.

While dab is incredibly little, it likewise offers innovative execution to address singular issues. It highlights programmed programming, so it is at home in any condition and requires no manual changes. spot offers customized innovation, as Onboard Analyzer™ II DataLogging, to convey better hearing in the most troublesome listening circumstances. Besides, spot highlights Dual Stabilizer™ II, an input cancelation framework which viably reduces any whistling.http://www.gnresound.com/professional dot.html

xbulder it is an indistinguishable variant of the MARQ (beltone)..

I dont think it will be a drop down rendition of the sky blue

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