I wish I could afford to test this stuff. Anyone heard of ‘otoacoustic’ hearing testing?
Thanks for the link. I feel a lot better about not buying them now! Bottom line is they’re designed for normal hearing.
I just bought these. They’re very cool. I’m not sure how technically accurate the measurements are for someone with moderate to severe high end loss like me, but as a practical matter they sound awesome after the first adjustment. I haven’t heard music this way in years. The physical isolation provided by the in ear component and the very good over the ear seal is awesome to begin with, and the new added-by-firmware-update active noise cancelling works well, I’m listening very comfortably on a commuter train now. Some normal hearing folks complain about the intrusiveness of the in ear component but when you’re used to hearing aids it isn’t bothersome at all. I’ll do more testing return period but so far so good.