I know aids that can only be programmed wirelessly won’t work with mini pro, but wondering if anybody’s got a list.
I know that the Phonak Audeo B-R and Audeo Bs that use the 10 sized battery don’t work with the mini pro.
Unsure about anything else that won’t work at all or would need a special shoe to work.
From Software:> How-To-Get-Hearing-Aid-Fitting-Software
The Widex COMPASS GPS fitting software is for programming the DREAM family of hearing aids, which can only be programmed wirelessly through the USB Link or nEARCom, (or in the future Noahlink Wireless/Airlink 2).
Phonak, Oticon, Sonic, Signia, and Resound all work fine with a Mini-Pro; as pvc says, Widex won’t.
ReSound ENZO Wireless BTE - wireless programming only
And, for ReSound ENZO BTE, you are going to wish it was wireless, >>link<<
I didn’t hear any audio. Is that a demonstration of how to change the shoe to be able to program with a wired connection?
It’s an example of how to program them, period! They’re not wireless and they have no cable connections. And good luck with finding that replacement battery door!! Here’s some more >>context<< / >>ReSound Cable Guide<<
My take from the cable guide is that the Enzo and Enzo2 could be programmed wirelessly. However if you have Magna or most of the Veas, you’re screwed!
Well I don’t know about screwed. No wireless programming. But you can still use cabled connection methods 1-2 (3-pin CS53 flex strip and 4-pin CS44 socket cable) or 3-4 (Programming Adaptor I or Programming Adaptor II and 4-pin CS44 socket cable).
Oh, did you notice ReSound has three different styles of shoes/boots/adaptors;
I used to have the original adaptor but I sold my >>Live9’s<< and the adaptors.
Yeah, that cable/adapter chart was amazingly complex.
Mainly redundant seeing as we’ve been progging wirelessly since Lynx 1.