But that’s by design, afaik.
Marvel had 1 connection, you would then make a switch by turning off those sources you don’t want.
With paradise you have 2 connection which seamlessly switch between depending on where from sound is coming, but if you have 3 paired devices in range, you still have to turn off bt on one you don’t want to hear, since aids don’t connect automatically depending on the active stream. They connect to two (first two they find) and automatically switch streaming between those two connected.
They never said that connection is dependent on active stream and that that will switch on the connection.
I have one more to share.
R version connects immediately when it’s in range of paired device.
13T refuse to connect to my laptop if phone connected first, to the point that I have to kill bt on phone, on laptop, restart the aids, turn on bt on laptop (Linux), then they finally connect, and then I can turn on bt on phone. Android.
R version doesn’t care, it just connects.
My fitter called phonak and conclusion is that they should behave exactly the same and that battery version is faulty, send for replacement.
13t version would need like at least 2 attempts of 20 seconds each to connect to the app. Oftentimes more.
R version needs few seconds but most of the time it needs one attempt and less than 10 seconds.
The worst times for both were while I have active streaming be it TV connector or BT. But 13t version would drive me crazy with failed attempts even without any stream active.
@efigalaxie yeah, that would be nice, but I think you meant connecting, since they’re already paired
Or you meant that by order we paired them they should prioritize connections as well?
I must say that I’d rather have a list I can sort manually.
Now, phone definitely has a priority from my experience as welll as @VinceJ noticed