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Valentin

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About Valentin

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    User of a hearing implant
  • Implanted
    Yes
  • Implant Period
    Under 1 year
  • Implant Type
    Cochlear Implant
  • Hearing Loss Type
    Sensorineural
  • Cause of Hearing Loss
    Unknown / Prefer not to say
  • Pre/post lingual Hearing Loss
    Post lingual Hearing Loss
  • Sudden/Progressive Hearing Loss
    Progressive Hearing Loss
  • Uni/bilateral Implant
    Unilateral implant
  • Country
    Spain

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  1. I'm agree with Mary Beth. Great sound quality for this low cost gadget. I use it when I use the computer. I have no BT neckloop yet.
  2. Apparently is made in silicone or similar material. I think my nylon is more discrete, secure and flexible. Maybe I'm wrong. It's true that I attach the loop to the glasses.
  3. Incredible history, so inspiring
  4. I have Rondo (not Rondo 2), and I have no clear what is the purpose of this leash. Can you explain me what is his function? With my Rondo, I secure it with clip, fixation loop and fishing line?
  5. @Mary Featherston Yes, it's great, I recognized them, but for the moment with low tone sound
  6. The birds on the trees, They listen with a low-tone sings, but yes, I discovered them. 🙂
  7. I never remove the clip, I retrieve the loop from the pin, It's more easy, I never unclip the alligator from loop. First times I forgot it, but now it is a mechanical movement 🙂
  8. Yes Mary Beth, here a photo. I use an invisible fish line from the aligator to Rondo
  9. If you use glasses all day, you can try the loop.
  10. Support MRI. When I was surgered, the implant support TESLA 1 .5, but now and new syncrony implant they allow up to TESLA 3.0 without remove internal magnet.
  11. I was looking in other post where we commented last week about it, but unfortunately the link on there was broken. However, I share the link of other thread. MED EL hava a blog post where talk about travle with the device https://blog.medel.com/traveling-with-a-cochlear-implant/ In my last trip, the staff at airport avoid pass to me between x-ray detector, and checked me personally. MED EL said our implants and processors are ready for these devices, but probably other brands are no yet.
  12. App for mobile to manage processor options. (finetuner on app mobile) 🙂
  13. @Mary Beth You must add an option ins second question about no use neck loop/ Roger tech. I have no one. 🙂
  14. Trust me, it is. If someone don't know translate correctly or don't to know to express the sense of the original, they must change the person that translate and don''t do in this way. I think that nobody ear the two voice at same time to know if the translation of original voice is correct or not. The track must to be independent to be able to select that you want. The person who does not have hearing problems, are able to interpret well the tracks and the brain is left with which you are interested, but for a person with CI the program that is translated in this way is very difficult to understand or impossible.
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