Does the iCube II do anything more than let the audiologists or me connect to a PC to tweak sound levels? I don’t really see myself reprogramming the hearing aids but if it allowed me to connect with my audio on the PC that would be useful.
I believe what you need to connect with the audio is the ComPilot 1 or ComPilot II depending on the model of your HA.
You need Phonak Compilot (a bluetooth neckloop device) and TV Link.
The iCube 2 is for wireless programming Phonak Quest, Venture and Beyond hearing aids.
What aids do you have?
The icube ll is a programming device to program Phonak hearing aids. It doesn’t connect to any audio and what you need is a Compilot device.
Thanks for the info. I will take a look into these other devices.