For the past five years I have had mini, behind-the-ear, Phonak Audeo HAs. These have a small speaker at the end of a wire and that speaker sits in your ear canal. I am perhaps ready to get another pair and am interested in the major Con regarding the Traditional Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid (BTE). The BTE has all the electronics in the unit and a hollow tube conducts the sound to the ear canal. Of them, Consumer Reports says: The earmold must fit snugly and fill the entire ear canal, which can cause a plugged-up feeling. On a positive note, feedback is rare because of the snug fit.
My question is how annoying is that plugged-up feeling? Do folks eventually get used to it? Many thanks