Equalizer to compensate for hearing loss - Any success stories?

65-year-old retired gent here has been wearing Oticon top-of-the-line hearing aids for three years now. My hearing loss is quite pronounced (see audiogram link herein).

Using my iPhone and AirPod pros with this audiogram from the (Health app) yields spectacular results. Now I’d like to see what can be achieved using an equalizer to mimic my audiogram and an amp driving floor standing speakers.

Soliciting your informed feedback/opinions.



OP the Schiit Loki Mini is the best ... quite, easy and effective.



BTW ... getting compelling results using red light therapy in hearing loss ...

I paired a Schiit Loki with their Vali 2 headphone amp coupled with a pair of their custom short interconnects, a Sony NW-A105 Hi-res player and Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 headphones for a really sweet set-up.

The hearing aid is an amplifier that are programed to amplify certain frequencies in your hearing  so in theory you could use a graphic equilizes to boost tones in those frequencies according to your audiogram.there are mini dsp as well that could do the same thing.much more complex.good luck experimenting and enjoy the music..Elon musk developed a chip they stuck in a paralyzed patient hope this technology progresses we could use it to augment the cochlear implants I have put in.once again stay healthy  enjoy the music