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Keith Lam, BSc
Noise is inherently low frequency. If you have reverse slope loss and your hearing aid is programmed with too much low frequencies, that would interfere with your clarity for speech understanding, especially in noisy situation. I would try to increase the mid frequencies and lower the low frequencies, as you probably would have enough high frequencies... Read more
Rivka Strom, AuD
There is no product that we can say is "the best" as ultimately it is a personal decision. Some individuals prefer one manufacturer and other may prefer another manufacturer or another model. Still, I will say that many individuals that I know have a preference for oticon aids for RSHL but again, that does not mean it would be best for you. I would add... Read more