Have your audiologist turn down the setting called "max gain" 3 decibels.
This will not diminish the amplification of the hearing aid in any way. It
reduces the "search" mode of the processor, which is changing everytime you
change the shape of your ear canal by chewing or smiling or whatever. If you
still get it some, turn it down another 2 dB, until it is gone.
C. Scot Giles wrote in message <#xcYN#KK#GA.288@upnetnews03>...
>I love my new CIC Wydex Senso aids. I'm still in trial on them but I am
>Having a problem with the left aid --feedback is a problem, even when doing
>I suspect the audiologist has the gain up too high in the left ear (my
>Is this something that can be corrected by adjusting the gain or feedback
>Help is appreciated.
>Scot (and Happy Holidays!)
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