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    Quote Originally Posted by MDB View Post
    From this

    it looks like you'd need a custom mold to use the 105s My extremely limited understanding is that if you have some sort of frequency lowering implemented, there is no need to try to amplify the higher frequencies. (Perhaps less true for Oticon since the high frequencies remain?)
    Yes, for Oticon the high frequencies remain. But since my high freq loss is so severe and profound, I'd kinda given up hope to be able to hear anything at 3 to 4KHz and up anyway. That's why I was content with the 85db receivers. But in light of the Speech Rescue lowering the sounds down to the 2KHz range as its lowest destination range, I do have a chance to hear them at 2KHz if I now have the right receiver size for it. So that's why I'm going to want to go to bigger receivers now so I can make use of Speech Rescue. Even though Oticon keeps the high frequencies around and only "copy" them to the lower range, I only want to go to the bigger receivers so I can hear the lowered sounds because I don't have much hope to hear the higher sounds anyway. But if I can hear the higher sounds with the bigger receivers as well then that's even better.
    HA wearer since the 1990's > Rexton Insite+ CIC (2011-2016) > Oticon OPN RITE (2016)

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    Below is the table listing the 10 configurations organized by Oticon for Speech Rescue LX according to the Oticon white paper. Genie 2 will pick one of these configurations to use as your default configuration based on your audiogram. I'm assuming that my default configuration based on my audiogram is configuration 1 because I already have pretty severe loss at the 2KHz range, and the destination range for configuration 1 is the lowest possible destination range Speech Rescue has allocated out of its 10 configurations.

    The other thing the white paper mentioned is that configurations 1 to 5 will be subdivided into 3 sub-sections for the composition. Configurations 6 to 10 will be subdivided into 2 sub-sections only for the composition.

    Note, however, that this white paper is dated 2015, 2 years after Speech Rescue made its way to the OPN. So I don't know if the configurations from this white paper will apply to the OPN or not. But I'll assume that it still applies unless there's a new paper coming out to contradict this.

    Click on the attachment below to view the 10 configurations.

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    Last edited by Volusiano; 07-15-2017 at 08:48 PM.
    HA wearer since the 1990's > Rexton Insite+ CIC (2011-2016) > Oticon OPN RITE (2016)

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    Central California


    Oops. Forgot the link. Here it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by MDB View Post
    Here's fitting assistants for all (most at least) frequency lowering systems. Speech Rescue is near the top. Estimating the MAOF is a bit challenging, but it lets you see what different settings do.
    .25 .5 1 1.5 2 3.0 4.0 6.0 8.0

    15 15 20 30 30 55 75 90 NR ​KS7
    10 10 20 15 25 35 65 85 95 WRS 100/92@45/40

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