For a behind the ear hearing aid. Going to take the dive and try the Widex 440 Super aid with SP receiver, but I’m uncertain which would be a better choice. A hard mold or a soft silicone mold? Any one know which would be better to prevent feedback problems. Also which of the two types are more comfortable and will a soft silcone mold hold up over the years verus a hard mold. HA dealer says Westone make a good silicone ear mold, but not sure how Westone coordinates things with Widex as far as installing the SP receiver.
In any case I would like to hear any pro or con regarding which type of ear mold is better. Maybe both do the job fine and with proper fit both are snug enough to prevent feedback. The one plus about the soft silicone is that they come in different shades of color and are totally clear, where hard type ear molds only come in a few colors and if you get a mold with a receiver inside you are limited to just beige when ordering.