I noticed that when I first looked at it, but it didn’t seem to fit with what they were saying about it. Could the thing she is wearing be a microphone for a cell phone? She has something in her hand that looks like it could be a cell phone. For phone usage, you would still need something close to your mouth. At least she isn’t wearing it around her neck. To me that would still be a big improvement. The Streamer doesn’t work at all unless you wear it with the cord around your neck. Needing to attach something to the audio source wouldn’t be a big deal. I wonder if there would still be the possibility of a Bluetooth wireless connection between the audio source and the accessory.
My audi is going to a ReSound seminar on Thursday and she said she would let me know what she finds out. So far she knows nothing about it. She did say this about ReSound:
“I do use Resound and what I have found in the past is that if you have been wearing Oticon hearing aids, it is very difficult to switch to Resound aids. Oticon is known for their speech clarity and emphasis on the high frequencies (which some people find as harsh or sharp) where Resound is known for a more comfortable listening experience (in some ways sacrificing clarity).”
Does anyone agree or disagree?