Thanks for sharing your experience with your sleepbuds. We are glad they are helping you sleep. As far as your suggestions, our development teams monitor these threads and will take all suggestions seriously!
Tony G - Community Support
I have very recently started suffering from what I believe is the same issue you describe with the tympanic muscle going into spasm (may also be knows as Middle ear Myoclonus/MEM?) You have my sympathy, I hope you are managing to cope. Sleep is proving challenging for me and I'd love to hear whether you are still finding relief with the sleepbuds ? I have been using an app called 'ReSound Tinnitus Relief' with wired in-ear earphones which has provided relief but sleeping on my side becomes uncomfortable on the ear.
I would echo the other comments on this thread around Bose collaborating with Tinitus relief app providers to acquire proven sounds for Tinnitus sufferers. The only thing preventing me purchasing a pair of Sleepbuds is the concern that the sounds on the Bose app will not be as effective as I find the 'Resound Tinnitus Relief' sounds.
Yes I would also like proper pink and white noise sounds.
I have hyperacusis which is why I am using them to help me sleep and mask certain noises.
White noise and pink noise are the best in my experience.
Warm Static is close but slightly too mechanic for me.