Connexx 7.5 and Trax 42


#1

Yesterday, I downloaded the Connexx 7.5 software and installed it on my computer. It contains the Rexton DB of HAs but I assume that I would ultimately need the Trax profile (and a HiPro or Connexx interface) to actually do some programming.

In the Siemens Audiology courses, I see the Connexx software being run in simulation mode. I have inputted my test results and can view my profile in simulation mode, but I can’t find a way to access (view) the available tuning parameters without sensing my Trax HAs. Is there any way of accessing these parameters without the programming interface?

At this point, I am more interested in learning more about tuning parameters in preparation for my first follow-up visit. Ultimately, I would like to have the ability to make my own tweaks.


#2

The Trax42 software is specific to software they provide to Costco and that is not available.


#3

I realize that the database of HAs would be specific, but I would think that the Connexx software would be shared between Siemens, Rexton and Costco.


#4

Did you ever figure out how to program your Trax?


#5

Re simulation, here’s the trick for Connexx 8 (and don’t know if that’s relevant). Select an instrument, then click the icon in the middle for simulation mode (a picture of a monitor with an HA on it). It works!

But it seems to forget each time you load the client. I find I have to pick another instrument, select simulation mode, and then go back to the instrument I really want – select it again, then click the simulation icon.


#6

I’m wondering about the answer, too.

But maybe that’s the answer :frowning: Which is too bad because there are some awfully good deals on used Costco aids on eBay.