New to the gathering, a debt of gratitude is in order for the colossal site!
All things considered, I am so disheartened by what is by all accounts the case with the listening device industry... It is a colossal trick.
How might they charge individuals $3000-$6000 for a couple of helps, at that point five years after the fact they don't have parts any longer?
I purchased an extremely decent, well dealt with, match of Phonak Perseo 211 DAZ and went to a Phonak merchant today to have new ear molds made, have them tuned to my listening ability misfortune, and conceivably get a client manual... In the wake of attempting to talk me into a $4200 new match (I revealed to him that with 2 yrs or less to live, that would be imbecilic), he at that point consented to change the combine I had quite recently purchased. Appears he has no clue how to program them ("these are so old")... These are from late 2009, and he supposes they are old??
He said he would need to contact Phonak to discover how to program them. He had no proprietors manuals and recommended I contact Ponak for one. I did, and they disclosed to me they have none, nor where I may discover one.
In the event that anybody here has this model, would it be to much to make a request to duplicate it and email a duplicate to me?
Sorry for my first post to be so negative, however Lord, I had no clue this industry was this way.. I have been wearing one Siemens Ituis Dir in my correct ear for a long time now. Had somebody offer it to me, and it's been extraordinary, however might want to have two. I thought $300 for these two Ponaks was a take (they paid $3800 for them in 2008).... I simply trust I didn't discard my cash..