In article <19970527050001.BAA19027 at ladder01.news.aol.com>,
rsiegel663 at aol.com (RSiegel663) wrote:
>> I have worked with a number of different hearing aid manufacturers
> over the last 20 plus years in this field. If I may I would like to ask a
> few questions
> about your situation.
> 1. Why did the aids need to be sent back two times before you took them
> home? Fit? function? mixture of both? BOTH
> 2. Were you tested with them on before they were sent back? yes If so, how?
with the aids in my ears and wires connected from the aids to the computer
> 3. Why did you have to wait three weeks to get your aid repaired? Or
> was that the repair plus appontment wait? 2 wks for the repair; 1 wk for the
>> There are some truly bad companies out there and mistakes can be made by
> good companies too, but don't throw out the baby with the bath water
> Any company is restricted by the impression and information it receive
> from the dispensing facility. i.e. bad impression , bad fit. This is not
> to say you cant get a bad fit from a good impression, it's just not as
>> CIC fittings are listed by most as a more difficult fit top complete than
> any other type of unit, but the benifits observed are well worth the extra
>> Was the sequel circuit you received programmable? Yes
>> Please don't condemn them from one experence and don't short change
> yourself by giving up on hearing aids. They do work.
>> Robert Siegel, M.S. CCC-A, BC-HIS
Also, Other things being equal, in order to minimize the visibility of
cic's, would you say the plate color for a fair skinned person should be
relatively lighter or darker?
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