I am looking for suggestions on how to make the most of my follow up visits and make sure my aids are adjusted well when I leave. My biggest problem is describing what I am hearing to the audiologist. What words to use etc. I just purchased the Starkey S series aids and love the sound quality I have a appointment for my second adjustment and want to be prepared.
Normal conversation seems ok, one hundred times better but sometimes certain long S’s tend to resonate or sound mechanical.
Music also does not sound perfect but I am not sure how to explain it. It is like some frequencies cross and distort.
I am not sure how to explain that so they will know what to adjust ?
The new aids sound so good I am not sure if I am being fussy or what. My hearing loss is mostly high frequency.