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    I have quite a few disks of Oticon, Starkey, ReSound, Siemens, Unitron and Phonak from various series.
    I also have a Hi-Pro for sale as well..(It's American, not a import knock off) I have all the pills and cords needed to get any DIY started..I only have so much so if you're truly interested please PM me..
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    I'm new to DIY programming and wanting to self program my Starkey WI110's. Can you suggest what I might need?
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    How new are you? Do you have a machine to interpret the software such as a Hi-Pro? Because you really need to have a "reader" to get the software to work..I have a HI-Pro for sale if you are interested with all that you will need to program your Starkey's..
    "I don't need to show you my audio, to show you my impairment..watch my eyes follow your lips..."

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    Starkey Soundlens 110 IIC

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    I too am new to this forum. apparently I can not send PM until I have at least 15 posts. This is my first. I have a pair of Starkey Series 3 110 RIC and a pair of Audibel Platinum RIC hearing aids. I also have a Surflink Wireless Programmer. My request is for the appropriate software to allow me to self program these hearing aids.

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    You might want to go to the DIY forum and review thread titles. Start with the sticky posts by Seb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sound Realist View Post
    I have quite a few disks of Oticon, Starkey, ReSound, Siemens, Unitron and Phonak from various series.
    I also have a Hi-Pro for sale as well..(It's American, not a import knock off) I have all the pills and cords needed to get any DIY started..I only have so much so if you're truly interested please PM me..
    Hi I would be grateful if you can help me find software for unitron i think Ufit or Truefit i have an old BTE 2010 unitron aid and i recently bought new one would like to try program them myself. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by want2hear1 View Post
    Hi I would be grateful if you can help me find software for unitron i think Ufit or Truefit i have an old BTE 2010 unitron aid and i recently bought new one would like to try program them myself. Thanks.
    You need to be a bit more specific about your model, but it's unlikely they are on the same platform.
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    hi where can i find details about unitron software?

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    Quote Originally Posted by want2hear1 View Post
    hi where can i find details about unitron software?
    For starters, try looking in the DIY part of the forum (which is where your post belongs anyway).
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