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cosmos

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Hello all.

Fellow traveller here with recently diagnosed Hyperacusis plus Tinnitus.  I am trying to avoid the expensive sound generators and have bought the pink noise CD, and an iPod Nano.  I have open ear headphones, but as I progress to 2hrs per day+ I am going to need some kind of in-ear headphones. The ipod comes with Apples' new ear pods which are supposed to have higher fidelity than the old earbuds. I just searched and found these bone-conduction open hear headsets for exercising ( http://www.aftershokz.com ). Any thoughts or experiences on this subject?
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cosmos

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So I just got my ipod + earbuds and the Pink Noise definitely DOES NOT sound anything like it does on my open-ear Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro headphones.  There are way more lower frequencies happening on the DT990's.

It's obvious that there will be a world of difference with different headphones and speakers in the accurate reproduction of the frequency spectrums of the Pink Noise.

How important is this for treatment?  Again I am curious what others of you use.
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I have no record of you buying the pink noise CD from the network. 

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cosmos

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Hi,
I sent payment April 20th.  I will PM you my other email.
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cosmos

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I am going to try these bone conduction headphones by Aftershokz 
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E92LJNM/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I will report back!
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