I have an oportunity to buy a used pair of these aids and was wondering, having read Neilk's thread about the new Phonak "yes", if perhaps the Savia was a new enough aid to use with an icom and that bluetooth perifieral he;s talking about... the Jabra A7010 bluetooth adapter.
I work with my hands all day long (professional goldsmith of 31 years...) while still having to communicate with customers out front AND answer two phones: one of course is my personal cell and the other is the land line at my place of business. I would rather not have to (who wouldn't?) pick up one of several low quality portables lying about so is there a way to have this happen? It would be great to have even without hearing imparment!
My questions are as follows:
Is the Savia for my hearing loss in the first place? (see auidogramme below)
Will the Savia Art 211 work with a icom?
And, can it/will it interface with the Jabra A7010 bluetooth adapter Neilk spoke of?
Lastly, as I've never used one, will/can blutooth link up to more than one phone in the first place?? Like this land line I have at work? and... exactly how many phones can it work with at a time and you, the user, distinguish calls from one line or another?
0250.Hz L-30 R-10
0500.Hz L-70 R-15
1000.Hz L-70 R-30
2000.Hz L-60 R-65
3000.Hz L-60 R-55
4000.Hz L-58 R-60
6000.Hz L-65 R-65
8000.Hz L-70 R-50