I second Paul’s opinion that you are having feedback. That said, I have OPN S 1 aids and I’m able to use some old school closed headphones (Beyerdynamic 770 Pro) while wearing my aids without feedback. The headphones are large and seal completely around my head. They do not have active noise reduction but they do provide over 20 dB of passive noise reduction according to the manufacturer so they do significantly reduce external noise.
I think maybe the difference is that I have closed domes with two very small vents - probably less susceptible to feedback that your open domes. I don’t know if closed domes (maybe vented) with a different gain profile to match you loss would work for you, but if it would, you might have less issues with feedback with headphones.
I would also suggest trying streaming to your aids - I’ve been able to stream to my aids from a computer (iMac Pro) using a combination of an Oticon ConnectClip and a Sennheiser BTD 800 USB bluetooth dongle that came with my ConnectClip. I had to use the BTD 800 with my iMac desktop but not with my work MacBook Pro - apparently the bluetooth support is different in the two machines. The audio streamed in either case sounds reasonable except for low frequencies where the headphones have (much) better response than the hearing aid receivers. The mini-RITE 85 receivers I have are specified over a frequency range of 120-9500 Hz with an “ear simulator”. The low frequency cutoff depends slightly on the power level of the receiver - the lower power 60 receiver cuts off at 110 Hz.
When streaming, I’m able to mute the hearing aid microphones using the Oticon ON app - that reduces the influence of sound other than the streamed audio.