A Costco store is graciously allowing me a three-week trial with “loaner” Trax 42’s.
What I’ve read here about the Trax suggests that they are state-of-the-art for isolating a target voice sitting across from you in a noisy restaurant. Even after extensive programming tweaks, the Phonak Audeo Q90’s I have had for the past two years seem to amplify everything, background chatter included. So far, after two weeks, the Trax seem better, but not a lot better.
Can anyone recommend an adjustment tweak the Costco audi might do in the noise/party program? I am looking for the experience other posters have mentioned of having the background noise greatly reduced while still having the mics focused on the speaker directly in front of me in a noisy restaurant.
I do not want to spend the money to replace my Phonaks unless I can get much better speech-in-speech-noise performance from the Trax42’s. Thank you.