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06 Apr 2021 21:42 #1 by Frank Fuqua
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My situation exactly. I've been thinking about buying a Zulu 3. It sounds like popping out the BTEs and adjusting the Zulu volumes independently works.

Thanks for your help

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06 Apr 2021 21:11 #2 by Larry Snyder
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Yes. My left ear is worse than my right ear, so it’s nice to be able to adjust the volume in each ear separately.

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06 Apr 2021 20:24 #3 by Frank Fuqua
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Larry... Thanks for the quick response.

Do your Lightspeeds have a volume control for each ear?

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06 Apr 2021 18:52 #4 by Larry Snyder
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I don’t think it exists. I just started wearing hearing aids and I cannot wear them with my Lightspeeds. It’s not a big deal to pop them out and back in again after landing. ANR seems to confuse digital hearing aids.

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06 Apr 2021 18:21 #5 by Frank Fuqua
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Can anyone recommend a headset that is compatible with BTE (Behind The Ear) hearing aids?

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