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Greetings from the Earshotriport..New CI in TX

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Hi !    Just joined the Club...Ci in Nov of 2019 at Kansas Univ Med Center

If interested , story of my journey through gene therapy trials and eventual CI is here at 

www.earshotriport.com

Thanks everyone,

Rip

Rt Ear: Sonnet2 Rondo2 

AudioLink; RogerSelect 

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Welcome to HearPeers @Earshot

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Thx, Mary Beth

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@Earshot

Fo you prefer your Sonnet 2 or your Rondo 2?

How is the AudioLink working for you?

Which receiver are you using with your Roger Select.....Roger MyLink neckloop or Roger 21 integrated Sonnet battery cover receiver?

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@Earshot

 

I love your response!

The cool features you read about and watch on Med-El global YouTube videos about Sonnet 2 are not available in the US yet.  They are part of ASM 3.  Right now in the US, Sonnet 2 is sounding like Sonnet 1.  I also did not find the wind reduction feature in ASM 2 to be helpful at all.  Sonnets are sensitive to air movement over the mics even while walking down inside hallways.

I had the same experience with AudioLink. I do not care for the sound quality and do not find it user friendly.  I have the Roger Select and Roger MyLink.  But my favorite connectivity device by far for any Med-El CI processor is the Artone 3 MAX BT neckloop ($129 on Amazon).  Hands down my favorite by far.

There are many happy Rondo 2 users here.  Check out the Rondo 2 topic.

Happy to have you here.

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Mary Beth...

Thank you !! That was REALLY helpful...

Seen any info that might indicate when ASM3 might land in the US? 

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@Earshot

Nope.

First it needs to be FDA approved.

Then we wait until Med-El US releases it..... after trainings for our audiologists and a software update to their programming equipment.

It takes time.

Usually Med-El US announces FDA approval and states an approximate availability date.....most times a season.

 

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