|28-03-2012, 07:37 AM|
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Re: Greetings Gadgeteers (Re: robo1983)
>> this is the gadget. chosen as it works with multiple gadgets i own but most important it will work with my iphone
I can't get the link to work - can you give us a link to the main manufacturer's page? I can work from there and try to find the neck loop.
Kazzy (on the Garden Coast of Kent, in England)
http://www.kazbat.co.uk - my website; feel free to nose. - [My site is currently offline but I hope to have it back up and running soon.]
From at least 1983 - Conductive hearing loss, CSOM, Otitis Externa and Tinnitus for 16+ years (all on right side), then:
1999 - Cholesteatoma discovered & removed
1999 to 2003 - Progressive hearing loss, coupled with bilateral persistent infections & perforations leading to:
Nov 2003 - Baha surgery (right side) (Tigger held my hand during the op.)
Mar 2004 - Switch on and life began again: fitted with Cochlear's Compact sound processor
2004 to 2007 - More bilateral infections & perforations followed.
Oct 2007 - My Cochlear Compact broke; was due an upgrade so was offered a/c hearing aids with gold-plated moulds, but opted for Cochlear's Divino - an excellent decision!
2007 to 2011 - Bilateral ear infections, perforations and loads of neuralgia persist, though somewhat less frequently than before, but sadly clarithromycin, ciprofloxacin and codeine phosphate are still my good mates
Feb 2011 - Hearing loss has changed; now diagnosed with bilateral mixed hearing loss, rather than purely conductive unilateral loss; bilateral Baha was briefly mentioned, but funding prevents a second Baha
Jul 2011 - Upgraded to Cochlear's BP100 & am now experiencing the so-called 'halo of sound'... life's grand!
Sep 2011 - Adjustments and fine-tuning carried out to the BP100
Nov 2011 - More adjustments and fine-tuning carried out to get rid of random beeps and squealing - all sorted! The BP100 is wonderful and I'm absolutely loving the 'halo of sound'