"Concha" hearing aid

Reply Wed 23 Jul, 2008 02:16 pm
After an unfortunate collision involving my previous analog device and a concrete surface, I've decided to bit the bullet and invest in a set of digital hearing aids.

Sat through a 2 hour session with a specialist/salesman today who blinded me with ear-science (apologies to all spectacle wearers). I was particularly impressed with the "concha 800" which would appear to meet my particular needs (I wouldn't wear my previous aid in places with lots of background noise - basically everywhere except work and at home, when my wife isn't around).

Before I commit myself to spending EUR4,500 (approx.$7,000), if anyone has experience of this model or just advice about digital aids in general, I'd be grateful to hear about it.

Thanks in advance!
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Reply Sat 9 Jul, 2011 07:12 pm
For 7,000 they can just QUIT MUMBLING.

My only experience is with the GN Metrix. Background noise has been a problem in spite of being a programmable device. I wish I could advise you, but no experience with Concha. Do they let you take it out for a 30 day trial? If they don't, I suggest you find another dealer.
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