This gentlemen is a great supporter of the forum and a great fitter.
Originally Posted by Um bongo
The argument is that you 'manage' all the sound rather than just let it mix with the HF improvement you get from more open fittings.
As with lots of this stuff, the answer is more 'it depends' rather than a straight YES/NO. Looking at the long term success of RIC fittings you have to examine why this type of fit has dominated the market in recent years vs. the more occluded styles if fitting. It's not
I saw a brief remark that the Miccus Transmitter had minimum latency and ordered one. It worked but suffered infant mortality and I returned it. I noticed that the Indigo BTRT1 was the same unit but $10 cheaper and reordered it instead. When it came it was identical down to the packaging.
Both units were easy to pair with my Resound Phone Clip +.
This is a low latency BT 4.1 device. Low does not mean no. For general viewing it might be considered no as watching
Thanks, Um bongo. Makes sense. I'm starting to understand. It is quite confusing at first. What I'm getting is that the HA's are mainly for speech and that the correction is mainly for that. I was having a terrible time in the classroom (I teach) and also in restaurants. I'm hoping the low frequencies don't get any worse because I'm learning that will affect ability to comprehend speech the most.
Actually poorer low frequencies have a relatively low impact on your speech intelligibility