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Matthew S. Staben 11mstabe at gallux.gallaudet.edu
Thu May 18 08:41:28 EST 1995

verber at parc.xerox.com (Mark Verber) wrote:

>In article <3ol644$kh7 at geraldo.cc.utexas.edu>, sirianni at uts.cc.utexas.edu
>(Jeffrey Sirianni) wrote:

>> Can anyone see the need for 8 memories?  I can see the practical
>> use of 4 (max), but 8 seems to be too many and would probably
>> confuse the user.  Is there anyone out there that has dispensed
>> a MultiPro where the user uses all 8 memories?  Please include
>> comments....

>My wife Libby, a dispensing audiologist, tells me that most of her patients
>who have been fitted with the MultiPro use three or four distinct
>programs.  In a few cases, Libby has duplicated a a couple of the programs
>at a different amplication level because the MultiPro doesn't have an external
>volume adjustment, thus using most of the program slots which are
>availible.  The bottom line is that Jeff is right, most of the time
>a 4 memory instrument would be sufficent.

>btw: there are really only 7 free memories, the 8th is always used for
>for electro-magentic pickup (ie telephone).

>--Mark Verber (with wisdom from Libby Verber, MA, CCC-A)
>  Libby is not responsible for spelling or grammer errors... that's all me.

These sound interesting.  Please mail any literature on such hearing
aids to:

M. Staben
Dept. of Otolaryngology
1301 East Ann Street
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-0506

Many thanks.

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