ChicagoIris Posted July 1, 2021 Report Share Posted July 1, 2021 I have an Opus 2 and Rondo, both of which I use to listen to audiobooks when outside walking. My other ear has a hearing aid. I've been waiting for a new Medel device with bluetooth but looks like that is not going to happen anytime soon (or ever) and I do like the idea of using my iPhone to control device so have decided to upgrade now. When using the Opus 2, I sometimes use BT headphones but now prefer the Quattro Bluetooth using telecoil mode. The question is which device to upgrade to..... Rondo 3 does not have telecoil built in but has a "telecoil plug". This means that should I need to leave telecoil mode for a brief while (for example, when seeing someone I want to talk to while out walking), the Rondo needs to be removed, plug removed and then reinserted. That is particularly cumbersome when using the hair/clothing clip, a prudent thing to do with physical activity. I can avoid the t-coil adapter by using the AudioLink but that will not bring sound to the hearing aid which I like for natural sound. Of course I can use both the AudioLink and the Quattro at the same time but yikes! what an awkward solution. I assume headphones are not an option with the Rondo 3. Does the Sonnet 2 have built-in telecoil? Does anyone out there have any ideas for a decent way to use the Rondo 3 and get sound in both ears? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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