I vaguely remember having my ears syringed many moons ago (over 10 years ago) and from what I can remember it was quite a pleasant experience. My hearing certainly improved. I could do with it doing again but it seems that some surgeries do not like to perform this any more for some reason. Maybe I should specifically ask for it to be done.
I get it done every 2 years, it's a bit like having the car serviced regularly to keep things up to scratch. My surgery offers syringing or vacuuming depending on the severity of the problem, I don't want to go into too much detail but neither options are that pleasant, but the outcome is fantastic, and it saves a bunch on expensive speaker cables, which are considered by the white coated techies as the same as the "Kings New Clothes".
Hum..... Many ways to get hold of that hard earned money... Well some have got too much of it..
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It wouldn't surprise me if blocked/unclean ears accounted for 75% of all What HiFi arguments, 'dissapointing new rig' posts and the rest!
Maybe ear syringing should be made compulsory for reviewers every 12 months???
Really? Like the people who reviewed these speakers for instance? (Or these, or these?)
Wasn't thinking of them actually. I was referring to others. You know Cheb. The same ones that need guiness bottles to read the graphs they make
Seriously tho. Ear syringing once a year would help all of us that endure 'noise' of whatever type. Surgeries very reluctant to do this now tho.
Don't know why. I had to demand mine were done a while back. Even then the nurse only wanted to do the one ear until I played up. she didn't comprehend the word 'balance'.
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