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Mary Beth

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Which do you use most of the time?  Why?

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I use the Sonnets mostly during the day, because I want to be able to use Adaptive mode or reduce the (dangit, why can I never remember the word to use?  Not the volume, the one with the ears on the buttons on the Fine Tuner).  I often find myself in noisy environments at work.

But I have been using the Rondo2 at home when I exercise and watch videos.

I think (but obviously haven't had to make a decision yet) that I'll bring the Sonnets on vacation when we go in May.

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Ha-ha, Mary, I also forget how that button called all the time. I cannot remember this word right away while reading yiur post but i completely understand what you mean 😆.

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Sensitivity

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Yes! That's It! Something in me refuses to accept that our CI can be humanely sensitive 😆

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Should we rename it SOUND BUBBLE?  That is how I think of sensitivity.  The size of the area around me that the processor is grabbing sounds from.

I never adjust sensitivity nor volume.  I just stay in my main program as it is.

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Interesting, @Mary Beth - I find myself wanting more volume in meetings and less sensitivity out in the manufacturing plant.

 

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A manufacturing plant is a noisy place and wanting  less noise makes sense to me @Mary Featherston.  I am in noisy places at work too (think lots of excited children, high school students during change of classes etc) but not in a manufacturing plant.

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