I do have some questions....I have been fitted with two Naida V UP aids, which I have been using since the beginning of June. My hearing threshold is somewhat of a ski slope beginning at 85-90 dB in both ears and leveling off at 110 dB. I really have not understood what soundrecover is supposed to sound like. I do know the higher frequency sounds (F, S, etc) are supposed to be transposed into the usable hearing level, but I have not really heard a definitive F or equivalent....so not sure what to expect for my hearing level...maybe you can elaborate.
I currently have had 4 visits with a Phonak representative to help me adjust my aids to my preferences. It has been a mixed success though. I was able to get the background noises (humming of A/C, etc. ) reduced, but it seems it was at a disadvantage to my music sounds. I wanted to have this adjusted in my auto settings, but have my manual settings be adjusted to hear specific stuff like music* (*not entirely setup yet). Here are my current settings:
1. speech in noise
4. Fm plus mike
5. auto (default startup)
I do have a copy of my settings, but it has been altered a little to adjust for the background noise issues.
I also have a Smartlink SX and one ML10i receiver. I am also getting a second receiver to match the current.
Maybe you can give me a plan of action for the next visit, as I will when I get my second receiver. If you want me to send a copy of my Phonak configuration, let me know. I appreciate any help you can give me.....
Current hearing aids: Phonak Naida V UP
Current ALS: Smartlink SX transmitter, Phonak ML10i receiver, Clearsounds Quattro Neckloop