For what it’s worth, I tried the Tinnitus feature on the ReSound Verso 9’s I recently trialed. Their version is a low SPL of pink noise but filtered so most of the energy was well below the frequencies I’m hearing with my Tinnitus.
I had the audi turn it off after a few minutes. It seems like the specifics of any case of Tinnitus are fairly unique in terms of what it sounds like, what makes it worse, and what helps. Maybe the Tinnitus feature on a different manufacturer’s aid works differently - I’ll certainly give it a try when I have a chance, just in case.
Best way to describe mine is that it sounds like the Cicadas (very noisy bugs) that we get here in the Great State of Texas. A more technical description is a “chord” formed by 3 frequencies (8kHz, 12kHz, 16kHz) with most of the energy at 12kHz. I matched it with a software synthesizer, mostly out of curiosity, but also in hopes that knowing the information might help me find a solution! Apparently that data doesn’t mean much diagnostically.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve tried various changes in diet, and a few of the supplements. Nothing made any difference, for me. But there are credible stories of people getting relief from some of these approaches, so just because something didn’t work for me (or anyone else) doesn’t mean you should rule it out solely because of that. (There may be other reasons to rule it out, but…).
I saw your post saying that the Ginkgo helped your hearing. I’m planning on trying Ginkgo soon, myself. I gather it didn’t help with your Tinnitus, though?
Good luck, and if you find something that works (or not), please tell us!