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Thread: Tinnitus program you have to try!

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    My tinnitus is much worse in my left ear because of 40 years flying a prop plane with the left cockpit widow open...before we understood that it was bad for the ears.

    Both ears seem to have the same frequency, about 6200Hz, according to this program. When I hit 6200 triangle tooth wave it goes silent. Totally silent! The frequency seems to vary over a very short time and over a range of 6000 to 6500.

    I did find that when I started taking Xarelto (Blood thinner) the level in my right ear went to almost zero in the morning but by bedtime it is back up about 10%

    When I used the program to find the frequency I was surprised to find that after finding it, the tinnitus was gone for several minutes, after just a few seconds of listening to the silence.

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    I found it difficult to find a tone that matches my tinnitus. I seem to have multiple tones in stereo kinda like twin car horns with one of them being at 5700 along with a higher frequency random cricket sound.
    Db/Hz 250 500 750 1k 2k 3k 4k 6k 8k
    Left 25 35 35 35 45 60 65 75 85
    Right 25 35 40 40 40 65 70 85 80

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    How does the website compare to aids that have a tinnitus program built in, like the Resound LiNX2?
    250 500 1K 2K 3K 4K 6K 8K
    R 45 60 60 60 65 65 70 80
    L 45 55 55 60 65 70 75 85
    NU-6 recorded speech
    R: 92% @ 85dB
    L: 92% @ 85dB

    GN Resound Linx2 TS 62 STD RIC

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    Matching your tinnitus won't affect a hearing aid fitting much unless you have tonal tinnitus and are using a notched-therapy approach, which was only recently instigated by siemens (but can be turned on for any pre-existing px or bx hearing aids). If you are using a masking program, it doesn't matter what the sound of yout tinnitus is and you are usually better off going for a pink noise or something with more low frequency content which tends to be more acceptable/relaxing than white noise.

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