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Subject : Re: So Nice to be able to Self-Adjust my own HAs|
posted by kip on Tue Nov 16, 2010 3:36 pm
|dave_s -- Another thought. Before you start all of your self-adjusting, do you have a normal hearing person adjust the volume of your computer speakers to what a normal hearing person would hear, before you start the self-adjusting? If you have your computer speakers set louder than normal; then, when you disconnect your hearing aids -- and listen to the hearing aids settings (without benefit of the computer speakers), that might the reason you are heaing less (in the real wrold of hearing) than your self-adjusting settings. Of|
course, I'm just grasping at straws, trying to help. I went back and looked at your history of posting to this Message Board. Your hearing loss seems to be profound -- sorry to hear that you have had and are having such great problems.
Still, my suggestion of going back to AH - if you can't self adjust; maybe, they can "chair partner" with you where you both can work through your computer to/through your hearing aids and come up with settings that will be closer to what you will be happy with. When you describe "muffled" sounds and increasing those setting only to find out other sounds are changed -- could this be some of the "dead" regions - discussed in some of the old Message Board's posts? If you can come up with a "cause, why?"; then, maybe a solution (good or bad) can be had. Just a thought; Just trying to help.
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