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    ReSound's >>Airlink 2 Updater<<
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    I should point out that Airlink 2/NoahLink Wireless will not work for legacy hearing aids. Only for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) enabled hearing instruments. In other words, it will only work with the newer hearing instruments.

    ETA: AND,, not all manufacturers are on board yet.
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    Hahahaha, someone we know is selling them on EBay/Canada for C$969.25/$765USD

    https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_odkw...ammer&_sacat=0

    Yikes , watch out friends to the north, that's kinda high.

    The above link will deteriorate over time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvc View Post
    Hahahaha, someone we know is selling them on EBay/Canada for C$969.25/$765USD
    Zowie. My $315 (including shipping) seems like a great deal now.
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    Made extensive changes to the OP/Original Post for the new industry-standard programming device for Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enabled hearing instruments. Namely, ReSound's Airlink 2/Noahlink Wireless (same device).
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    You can make the Airlink 2 device become a Noahlink Wireless device by updating the Firmware on your Airlink 2. That makes it compatible for programming some other brands of hearing aids. I say some because not all manufacturers are ready for Noahlink Wireless yet. Scroll down to the bottom of this link >>Airlink 2<< to find the Airlink 2 Firmware updater.
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    From what I have read and the information supplied above, it appears there are only a few wireless programmers, and some of these only work with their brand of hearing aids.

    It seems that the NoahLink wireless, the Airlink 2, and Surflink will work with more than one brand of HA, while the ConnexxLink FittingLink and ICube only work with specific brands of hearing aids.

    Am I even close to being right or are there any others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussF View Post
    From what I have read and the information supplied above, it appears there are only a few wireless programmers, and some of these only work with their brand of hearing aids.

    It seems that the NoahLink wireless, the Airlink 2, and Surflink will work with more than one brand of HA, while the ConnexxLink FittingLink and ICube only work with specific brands of hearing aids.

    Am I even close to being right or are there any others?
    Most manufacturers have their own proprietary wireless programming device. Then, there are multiple versions from each manufacturer, such as iCube/iCube II, FittingLINK/FittingLINK 3.0, etc.

    There are others that I didn't mention, like >>TRULINK<<.

    >>Noahlink Wireless<< or ReSound's >>Airlink 2<<, (same device) is TRYNA become the industry standard.

    >>nEARcom<< was TRYNA do that too.

    I don't know much about Surflink. It's not multi-manufacturer is it?
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    There are others that I didn't mention, like >>TRULINK<<.

    >>Noahlink Wireless<< or ReSound's >>Airlink 2<<, (same device) is TRYNA become the industry standard.

    >>nEARcom<< was TRYNA do that too.

    I don't know much about Surflink. It's not multi-manufacturer is it?[/QUOTE]

    I'm not really sure if it proprietary or not, however it does run on the 900mhz whereas the trulink is 2.4ghz.

    All I could find about the Surflink from Starkey is "SurfLink Programmer programs hearing aids with 900sync or Iris Technology".

    I am quite new to all this and I don't know if other HA's have 900sync or Iris Technology
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussF View Post
    -<snip>- NoahLink wireless, the Airlink 2, and Surflink will work with more than one brand of HA -<snip>-
    Oh, I thought you were saying that Surflink was a multi-manufacturer wireless programmer. I don't think so.
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