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.




Basic Balance Controls 'move' ALL' frequencies L or R

Equalizers with individual channel adjustments for L or R will help un-balanced hearing issues, even specific frequencies the hearing chart reveals,

And, you can use direct, as a pass thru when listening with friends, ....

Rockville has 10, 21, 31 band equalizers, a 90 day return policy


the 10 band, consider the lit up display, 

Have you had your audiologist apply the Oticon My Music program, and update to the most recent firmware? My hearing loss is even more profound than yours, and this program has made a world of difference. Further, with the new firmware, you can EQ all of your hearing Programs, including my music. 

@elliottbnewcombjr I can't thank you enough for this recommendation. Not only does it directly address my needs, but is amazingly inexpensive. I will order one today!

I was wondering if the sound quality of music is diminished using a hearing aid.