I have severe to profound hearing loss (average of 95+ dB) and am applying to medical school. In college I used an FM system with neckloop quick worked but was far from ideal.
As I begin interviewing with medical school I need to be able to demonstrate that with assistive devices I can hear lectures and use a stethoscope.
I have been thinking that with an electronic stethoscope and an FM transmitter, I should be good.
I wear phonak naidas and am looking into getting either DAI boots (downsides are wires and not waterproof) or FM boots (no wires and are design integrated) with some transmitter. I think either a smartlink+ or inspiro would work.
Anybody have experience with either device.
Situations where I would use FM include:
Listening to music
Any help would be appreciated.