I’m a whistler… I whistle while I work…sometimes whistle along when listening to music…when I’m board…
when I hit higher notes my Audeo M’s really kick into a flutter.
I’m guessing it’s something of a automatic feedback reduction loop it’s catching itself in
and sometimes it’s kind of a cool affect… but sometimes it’s annoying.
When I was trialing the Oticon Opn aids I never noticed it. Incedently, I’d say the lack of a feedback whine was the one area where the Opn’s really shined. I don’t think I could make the things whistle more than 1/4 of a second, even laying on a pillow. These Phonaks will give a feedback whistle when covered, etc… not bad, very minor, but it’s there sometimes.
Anyway…and ideas as to something I might ask my audiologist to adjust to reduce the flutter without hurting anything else?