I have had my streamer for a week now and today I went back to my fitter to add a music program to my aids.
I have a mp3 player hooked up to a bluetooth transmitter and paired with my streamer. The problem is that the volume is too low for many of the songs that are in my mp3 player.
So a program #2 was created as a music program and the volume was moved up 6db. I then switched to program #2 and when I pressed the music button on the streamer to start the streaming it put the aids back into program #1. Everytime I pressed the music button long enough to start the streaming it put the aids back to program #1.
We tried switching to program #2 while the music was streaming, but that did not work and then I tried to switch to program #2 with the button on the back of my hearing aid and that also did not work.
Oticon is sending a new streamer and I was wondering if anyone using the Oticon streamer with multiple programs in their aids, has a similar problem.
I also had the receivers change from a #2M to a #3M and after the receivers were change over I hooked up my music player and the volume was a lot louder on the same song that I had a hard time hearing with the #2 receivers. This all happened before my aids were hooked up to the Genie software, so there were no changes to the aids other than the receivers.
I even noticed when driving home that the radio in my truck was louder and I was able to hear the turnsignal flasher, that I have not heard for ages.
I had too many other chores to do today, so I did not get a change to see if there is any difference to the volume level from the mp3 player while on my treadmill with the #3 receivers. I also mute the HA’s so I don’t amplify the noise from the treadmill.
Any input to either situation will be appreciated !
Well I started writing this post it was Thursday and now it is Friday, so “today” means Thursday.