Originally Posted by schneller
I have to wonder how some of you are inserting these things.
I simply give the Shure Olives a squeeze, hold the silver part, and then gently push in.
So far, no defects to...
Yea that hole seems to be quite common on the defected PFE's. After I saw a picture of the same thing in another thread, that was when I decided to give Phonak an email.
@soozieq: My new pair is the same model - Black PFE's, minus...
It's more a cosmetic problem than an audio one. The sound was not degraded with the chip.
A company does not offer products when they know it is defective (least they shouldn't). I'm assuming this is just something wrong with the...
Originally Posted by ulyses
Well it didn't work for me. The German site which I bought my phone told me 'we can repair for some cost' My Phonak's warranty is a mirrage right now.
This was on the 2nd...
I don't think it would degrade the sound quality, I was just afraid more of it would fall off lol.
Also, sending an email never hurts, as long as you are sending the email to whichever website you purchased your PFE's from.
Originally Posted by koven
hmm ok, so you're pretty much saying there's no wrong way to burn-in right? (besides leaving volume too high)
I think as long as the volume is around where you can still...