Yes, I did. I am using Signia SP whose fitting range is 120db where I have my hearing loss, so it’s right for me.
Hey @Terost, I tried similar compression as my Signia aids in Phonak, tried all formulas, and even boosted gain to 110%, but for some reason the speech quality wasn’t as good as Signia. Maybe it’s because I am so used to Siemens/Signia aids and it’s voice processor for over 1.5 decade?
Regarding my old Simens aids vs this new Signia aids, here’s the difference:
Old Siemens aids: Clear and crisp voice in noisy situations, however soft speech wasn’t as good and thus listening to ladies was hard. It was Linear formula. Worked great in noisy situations when I turned program to Noisy environment.
New Signia aids: Great understanding of ladies and can pick soft sounds better in calm environment, however in a noisy situation it’s incredibly hard to understand anyone.
This last thing in a noisy situation is what I am trying to fix. I’ve tried Noisy environment and that doesn’t work. Setting aids to direction helps very little because I think that the ratio of soft sounds, medium sounds and loud sounds need a bit of adjustment. And for that I need any help I can get from you and other great folks on this forum.