Anyone look into programming the HA yourself? I have the Dot 20 and was amazed at how easy the programming was. In fact, after inputting in my hearing test results, the Aventa software programed the HAs automatically. Aventa is a free download and all you need is the interface (Speedlink or Noah - which is difficult to obtain). How hard can programming these things be? Wouldn’t it be nice to tweak them yourself? Didn’t the old style HAs have volume controls? It seems this would be similar except you can control it all the way across the band.
To me the Avanta software looks intuitive and user friendly. Why wouldn’t the manufacturers offer this as an option which would greatly reduced the price (see precisehearing.com - thanks Jay) and in-turn their sales? Surely there will be plenty of people to keep the audi’s in business because they don’t know how to turn on a computer.
Any audi’s out there have an opinion on this? Be gentle!