re dog panting sounds  
Tuesday, July 24, 2007, 03:44 PM - A new sound
Today I went out with friends of mine, one of which brought her dog with her. I could hear him panting because he was so hot.

When he decided to lay in a rather muddy puddle and become and chocolate dog we took him to the lake to wash off. I could hear him coughing and snorting as he swam in the water.

It was quite fun to hear him as its not something I have ever noticed before.

I am using the phone a lot more now and when it rings I am answering and hearing the person at the other end. Its working much better with this new program. Normally I would not be able to hear it in a public place but I can with this setting. Wished I done it ages ago!

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RE New Sounds 
Thursday, July 19, 2007, 03:03 PM - A new sound
Just when I though there could not possibly be any more new sounds :eek: I have since been proved wrong.

The sound of a child's buggy on cobble stones sounds rather odd!

I can now identify the sound of a running tap with ease.

emergency services sound as they should these days - and so clear!

I am hearing the different sounds of the birds as well.

Using the phone gets easier and eaiser.

My implant broke on Wednesday the screen went wonkey and the number / letter would not come up. I went to the center to get a replacement,

while I was there I asked about the multi T loop on the normal setting so that I did not have to keep changing my programme every time the land line rang. They said that this was no problem to do - the only drawback was that the setting looks for a t loop all the time - and if it finds a broken on it can cause strange sounds.

I decided to risk it, so I now have programme one with the mutli T loop thing (which intrestinly seems to also make mobile's sound better)

Programe two ardo? sp/ which I normally use on T for the land line (just in case)

Programe three is my normal programe that I had before.

Programe four is whisper which they keep giving me - but I never use.

So far I really like the first setting - and I wish they told me about it ages ago.

http://www.tomlinuk.com/ciblog/comments ... 331-175914 this is the link from David who suggested that I tried this setting - many :thanx: for this advice as its brill :clap:

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