Hi All . . . wondering if I an get some feedback.
I've been testing the Oticon Dual Connects, like them a lot but trying to get the best out of them. Oticon offers 4 types of domes . . . open, plus, power, and RITE mold. I've tried the open and the plus; for many reasons I'm liking the plus.
Can anyone shed light on the power dome; what it is like, best applications, any insight. How does it work? Why is it called a power dome?
Love to hear from users. Any feedback would be great.
Originally Posted by islanderbaw
The power dome is use for their new rite power instrument. 2 new rite powers - one for the vigo families and one for the epoq families where introduce. the power dome allows to fit clients with more low frequency loss.
I do not think the power domes should be used for the duals, In the genie (the fitting soft) only a micromold, open and plus domes are selections
perhaps in the new genie 2009 *coming soon - this power domes could be an option...
Thanx . . . but on the Oticon site under the Dual Connects it list the Power Domes as an option. BTW, what are rite powered instruments?
Originally Posted by xbulder
RITE is receiver in the ear and a power instrument is one designed with more power for more severe to profound losses