Noahlink wireless

hearing-aids
#108

Yes and no. You can connect TV Adapter 3.0 without Genie 2.
But if you need extra/fine tuning volume adjustments then you need Genie 2.
image

See Oticon Opn Phone/TV Adapter/ConnectClip sound settings for quality/bass/mic
We got ours used from EBay.

0 Likes

#109

Dear moderators.
Will I be able to connect my OPN2
with the help of Hi-Pro USB
or with another wire programmer.
NoahLink Wireless I want to send back
NoahLink Wireless or faulty
or in some way blocked
my Audi
Thank you for attention!

0 Likes

#110

If you’re interested in spending less then the minipro works the same. Someone else can answer if the OPN2 works with the hipro/minipro.

0 Likes

#111

Moderators don’t know much about DIY.

Since we don’t know why Noahlink Wireless can’t connect, we don’t know if a Hi Pro will connect? If Opn2 is somehow blocked, it may be blocked for Hi Pro.

0 Likes

#113

On my OPN2 installed the latest firmware 5.0

0 Likes

#114

Thanks for the advice and advice. I personally ask for help. I was just tortured to run to the specialists. And no use whatsoever. I have long ago lost my hearing. And it’s very hard for me to perceive the outside world. You have to learn the world from scratch. Very much I need your opinion and advice. Thank you for understanding.

1 Like

#119

1.My Genie 2 does not recognize hearing aids.
2.My Genie 2 does not connect to hearing aids.

0 Likes

#120

telecare you need signia membership numer that you do not have it will be only with signia partners ie audiologiest they now started to use validation protocol to discorage DIY. seems they present on forums

0 Likes

#121

Signia TeleCare is not meant replace the Connexx fitting software. It’s just remote fitting changes is all. It has nothing to do with DIY or DIYers. We still can use Connexx.

You don’t believe me, do you? See TeleCare Handbook Page-41.

0 Likes

#122

my question is not replacement of connexx but they require account with signia that given to professionals only.

0 Likes

#123

For TeleCare Yes. Just don’t use TeleCare. Use Connexx.

1 Like

#124

https://www.thehearingclub.com/NoahLink-Wireless-Hearing-Aid-Programmer-with-software_p_364.html

Only $295 new from a reputable company

0 Likes

#125

c1

A good way to gauge current market value is to click the (Show only Sold Items) in the left pane of an EBay search. Like the example EBay search below. Click it;

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=noahlink+wireless&_sacat=0&rt=nc&LH_Sold=1&LH_Complete=1

1 Like

split this topic #126

A post was split to a new topic: For Sale: Noahlink Wireless

0 Likes

#127

where did you buy noahlink wireless?

0 Likes

#128

eBay?! That’s where I would try…

0 Likes

#129

Don and I both got ours from Korea. Seems like from the same person. It may not have been the lowest priced seller but the one I got has worked reliably over the past 7 months or so. I deliberately did not use the USB manual that comes with the physical device. There is some risk of transmission of malware through USB devices that have unknown provenance.

0 Likes