I have one slight thing I notice. I hear faint sound artifacts like newly poured soda bubbling, like we did as kids and put your ear next to the glass. The other way to describe it is like very faint high voltage line crackle, if you have ever walked under electric high power transmission lines or a power substation.
This is not loud, and most times I am unaware of the sound. I experience it when in a quiet room and something makes noise then stops. Examples are running water in a sink, then when I turn the water off I hear the bubbling / crackling and it goes from very noticeable to barely noticeable. Also when listening to music, in the moment of quiet when one song end until the next one starts. I get walking on busy streets when there is a gap in traffic passing for a few seconds. I can hear the bubbling / crackling fade in loudness.
I have the Costco ReSound Forte 8, and at the adjustment last week, they increased Expansion, and a slight change in feedback suppression, I can’t remember if more or less. There is no change in this sound artifact with those changes. I have had them for two months and have been aware of this for about a month now. I’m at 100% of target now, past the adaptation period.
Is this normal with the sound processing of HAs as they adjust through changing sounds or is this an adjustment that can be made to the Forte HAs?