Here we will take a brief look into the Widex digital hearing aid launches throughout the year - starting with the new Widex Moment hearing aid range. This content will be updated as and when new hearing aid ranges are available in the UK market from this manufacturer.
Widex Latest Hearing Aid Technology - The new Widex Moment hearing aid range
We expect there will be another hearing aid launch for 2021 launch soon from Widex, but in March 2020, Widex launched its Moment hearing aid range. Welcoming the smallest (at launch) lithium-ion-powered rechargeable to the industry. What's special about this launch? Well, Widex hasn't had any rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aids in any of their ranges so far and that's put off consumers of late.
The Moment hearing aid launch changed all that and Widex answered consumer demands and made this latest Widex hearing aid a great and competitive rechargeable product in the industry.
Click on the Widex Moment range page and manufacturer page below to discover more from this hearing aid range, such as:
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Widex New Hearing Aid 2021 - The Widex Moment
What else does the Moment have to offer? As well as providing a sleek and stylish compact charger to ensure all the power you need - it also includes an AI system. This artificial intelligence technology trains your hearing aids to make them more personable to you. So you ultimately benefit from a better hearing experience that's bespoke to your hearing loss needs and environment.
Widex Latest Hearing Aid Advances - ZeroDelay Technology
But, the most revolutionary of all is Widex's ZeroDelay Accelerator that is designed to change the way in which hearing aids themselves sound. The first time ever signal processing has been featured within a hearing aid will have zero delays. Thus, creating a more natural and realistic sound experience than the hearing aids of the past - introducing the Widex PureSound.
But, it doesn’t end there. Widex claims that the Moment does not sound like a hearing aid. What does this actually mean? Some hearing aids of the past may have sounded ‘tinny’ and artificial to some people.
One reason for this can be because the sound you hear is out of sync. Let me explain, the processed sound is reaching your eardrum a split second later than the sound travelling directly through the hearing aids ear tip. Giving you a more realistic sound.
However, in reality, the ‘tinny’ sound Widex is referring to is a generalisation. It’s rare that people can detect digital echo in aids. Most of our customers who have worn Moment aids can’t detect the difference in speed from their previous devices. However, they have enjoyed the natural sound quality – so they must be doing something right.
The Widex Moment Hearing Aid Range Specifications and Prices
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Widex Moment performance levels and prices in this digital hearing aid range.
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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
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