HearPeers Heroes Mary Beth Posted January 25, 2019 HearPeers Heroes Report Share Posted January 25, 2019 CI users vary greatly on how much additional tech they use in their daily lives. Some CI users prefer to train their brain to rely on the processor input only. They may learn to use phones by holding the phones over their mics. They may train speech understanding in noise so they hear better in noise. They may practice listening to the TV without streaming devices or captions/subtitles. Some CI users embrace tech that makes it easier for them to hear and use that tech consistently. They may stream phone calls through Artone BT neckloop or Roger transmitter (Roger Select/Roger Pen). They may use remote mics or table mics in noisy places or at meetings. They may stream audio from the TV via Artone BT neckloop, telecoil loop or Roger transmitter. Some CI users use tech to help them hear better early in their CI journey and then no longer use the tech. There is no correct way to hear the best with our CIs. We are all unique and we find what works best in our lives. How much additional tech do you use in your daily life? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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