Members Tim Posted November 26, 2015 Members Report Share Posted November 26, 2015 I tried an Oticon Ponto Plus using a headband and was impressed with the sound quality and the power for transmitting the signal across the skull to my good ear. I have enough skin conditions that I don't want to use a system with a post or the BAHA attract system for vibrating through the skin. The BoneBridge seems very interesting as a similar technology but with less skin issues. Has anyone else here gone from using a bone conduction headband system to then getting a BoneBridge? Especially people with SSD? If so, how did the headband compare with the BoneBridge? It seems like the headband bone conduction system would suffer from a lot more attenuation due to going through the skin. Do you find the BoneBridge has enough power to work well across the skull. (Oticon sells a separate, higher powered-processor to help with SSD transmitting across the skull to the good ear - that isn't the case for the BoneBridge.) Thanks, Tim Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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