It just amazes me how much money people will pay to these "sharks"
a.k.a. hearing aid dispensors. for an electronic device that has, maybe
$100 worth of electronic hardware in them. Is it the desperation and
loneliness from hearing loss that does this to us? I have three sets of
the Widex F5 that I still use. Yea, they are not state of the art and I
have found that I have to canablize the older set to keep parts
available for the newer one. What I'm going to do when they are no
longer repairable is a concern to me. I don't like the idea of being
forced into paying the kind of money that the hearing aid scalpers want
Scot Giles wrote:
> They seem high to me. My Widex Senso CICs were $3K each.
>> Steve wrote in message <369af930.6869984 at news.uswest.net>...
> >My audiologist gave me the following price quotes:
'98 BikeE AA/AT
'99 HD1200C (someday in March, ....<sigh!>.)