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Thanks, John. Do you have a source for me, or are you working in the field? My best bet might be to negotiate some partial recovery with given periods of time, so I keep the new ones and pay less for replacements when AuraCast becomes available. But I can’t tell her I get info from John in Rayleigh, UK, that hearing aids with AuraCast may be available before I really need new hearing aids.
On Nov 3, 2022, at 7:14 PM, John Woodgate <jmw@...> wrote:
It requires a more advanced form of Bluetooth.
Keep your present aids.
John Woodgate OOO-Own Opinions Only
Rayleigh, Essex UK
I hear, and I forget.
I see, and I remember.
I do, and I understand.
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On 2022-11-03 22:12, Carol in Boston
Thanks, Mary. Do you have any idea what will be needed in hearing
aids? I upgraded mine but the difference in the new ones isn’t
that great. I wonder whether to keep the new ones. Will AuraCast
need anything beyond Bluetooth?
Aura cast is available now for implementation. But it’s
hard to tell how long it will take for hearing aid
manufactures and venues to implement it. I’d guess several
years before it’s widely available.