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61% score based on 6 reviews
Professionally-fitted hearing aid
Release Date: 01 March 2016
|Starkey SoundLens Synergy IIC|
|Disposable Batteries||Battery Size
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|Starkey SoundLens Synergy i2400|
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I started my hearing aid journey 2 years ago. First pair of iic were starkey, they couldn't get the fit right, changed to phonak, same issue, back to starkey to the newer model who were able to get the fit this time... after 5-6 attempts. The sound in; quiet surroundings is good, noisy environments is terrible, live music is good using the memory setting. They're very comfortable, however there is constant feedback when I eat so I avoid doing this with people who don't know I wear aids. The volume changes when my kids voices hit a high pitch, that's kind of annoying. The worst part is that they have been in and out of repairs a dozen or more times between them. I had no idea this would be the case. The microphone and reciever constantly being replaced. Its a total disruption to my work and home life causing nothing but frustration. I'm truly disappointed with the product and am now seeking an alternative. I'm interested in the phonak titanium, maybe they will fair better than these.
SOUNDLENS SYNERGY iQ i2400 IIC I have a high frequency loss and tinnitus, I am using the hearing aids to primarily help reduce my tinnitus. The fit was the most difficult part for Starkey to get right as they would fall out quite often. After 6 remakes they finally got them to stay in and my tinnitus has been nearly eliminated. They are terrible at making the IIC but do not give up. I would have to assume the incorrect fit was due to the poor craftsman. For example, I received different shapes each time I sent them back, which was expected, however receiving one with a large vent and one without a port at all is just wrong. Once I was able to get a pair to stay in my ears, I like them. I also use them with the SurfLink mobile as a remote and for streaming calls and music from my Android, and a Surflink Media 2 for streaming TV, both work very well. Batteries last me under 2 days however I am wearing them an average of 18 hours a day and streaming to them quite often and talking on them some. Music came alive and most importantly my Tinnitus is nearly gone.
My Starkey Soundlens Synergy i2400 works fabulously well. Been using them for over a month now in all sorts of activities such as daily talking, TV, conferences, restaurants, mountain biking. I sometimes get a very slight occluded feeling, usually with high sweating from working out, but often not even that. By comparing to captions on the TV (listen first, then compare to captions) my comprehension of speech went from 35% to over 95% accurate. In music mode I can hear music sounds not heard since I was a teen - I almost cried. In Conference mode, I went from under 50% to 100% of word comprehension even some with bad accents. By looking at the talker, I can sort out sounds. In Restaurant mode, the others fade away and I can hear the person next to me beautifully The features are great! Being able to talk and answer the phone wireless is very nice and the best sound I've ever hand. Wireless music is fun too, and I have the background outside sound turned off completely when in Music streaming mode - makes for quiet enjoyable work. The batteries last 5 days. But if I'm streaming loud music all day, they may only last 2-3 days. They're trivial to replace - the batteries fall out with the door open when upside down and a little push, and the new ones drop right in. I can get the hearing aid in and out of my ear instantly, less than a second - as fast as it takes to push them in or pull them out.
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