Thanks so much for sharing.
Since your hearing aids have had their built in EQ set to compensate for your current hearing profile, I wonder if similar EQ adjustments for headphones (and speakers) could really improve things, for music listening without the hearing aids in.
I don't know enough...
I would spend $1500 on 2 subs and $500 on 4-channel DAC and put in a lot of time and effort learning to use (free) REW to do room correction and integrate subs (convolution).
You can even use EQ to reduce treble of your Adams.
Is anybody here using hearing aids?
I'm curious if at home, if you want to enjoy music in better sound quality than the hearing aids, you use software EQ to listen to music?
Where the software EQ is making adjustments based on your own (audiologist measured) hearing profile?
Does it allow...
On their desktop apps they introduced 'Exclusive Mode' 12 months ago.
But still after 12 months this 'Exclusive Mode' still isn't working properly.
And still only available in 4 countries. Granted these are the 4 biggest markets (makes sense to start with that) but I would have...
I created a low pass filter just to test what was happening (listened in HQP to confirm it was working as expected).
Cut-off frequency 3kHz
So the green shade above x-axis are all the frequencies being removed.
So green shade below x-axis are all frequencies being added (boosted)? It seems...