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I am interested in reading about  adult experiences and satisfaction with the Sonnet EAS.   If this information is already in the Hear Peers site, I do not know how to find it.  In general this siteis difficult to navigate and frustrating.   Thank you in advance - If you are directing me or repeating your post from a prior time.  

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I have Sonnet eas and love mine 

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Hi @Rosemary, just read all posts in this rubric which is created specifically for EAS discussion. And you can ask any questions you have to get more relevant info.

I believe, Mary Beth attached your name to several EAS discussions from this rubric. Hope you find what you need.

 

Best regards,

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I expected to get many more responses to this topic area.   Or, that this would have been a discussion item from the past.  

Maybe, there has been discussion, I cannot figure out how to easily view past posts.  

Also, I am shocked that MedEl posts UTube videos without closed captioning.  

 

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44 minutes ago, Nancy said:

I have Sonnet eas and love mine 

Can you tell me what you love about it?

 Did you readily hear upon activation?   If no, tell me about your rehab too.  

Thank you for your time in response.  

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Rosemary, you can find many posts related to EAS on the page where you started your this topic. See image of this page below.

I will tell you about my EAS experience a little bit later.

 

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On 2/16/2018 at 10:09 AM, Rosemary said:

Can you tell me what you love about it?

 Did you readily hear upon activation?   If no, tell me about your rehab too.  

Thank you for your time in response.  

Ok, I am back to answer your questions.

(1) I love that my EAS for making:

-  low sounds richer and more profound;

- hearing in noise more easier and effortless;

- securing my processor on its place for my sport activities.

(2) One of my ear didn't hear not so much right after activation, speech understanding came within several days. But I could understand speech with my  another implanted ear right away after switch on. You can find a lot of rehab information in our rehab forum  on this link:

http://forum.hearpeers.com/index.php?/forum/27-rehab/

 

 

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