Hi, as for pairing with only the master hearing aid, l noticed something interesting this morning. Generally Phonak uses the right hearing aid as the master, and I assume that’s the case with the Connector. This morning, though, I was just wearing my left hearing aid, and when I turned the TV on it worked beautifully without the right one. I didn’t have to repair.
The only thing I don’t like about the Connector is that you have to use its button to disable it, unlike my Oticon streamer which had a button I could use to disconnect. If my wife turns the TV on and I don’t want to listen, I have to walk across the room (or from two rooms away!) to press the Connector button.
It plays a little tune when it connects (and I think when it disconnects, too). If I forget and leave the room without turning off the box or the TV, that tune drives me crazy as I walk around the house. It’s a strong signal and I can hear it just about everywhere in the house, but there are some coverage holes, so I hear a lot of hearing aid “music.”