SUPERSEDED HEARING AID
2020 Update: This model has now been superseded by the Widex Moment range.
The Widex Evoke range is the latest from Widex including Machine Learning, in the Fusion2 model. This model, like the rest from this manufacturer, combines style, functionality and technology together - the typical characteristics of the Widex design.
Widex claims that this particular range is their ‘era of intelligent hearing’ and boasts that the quality and clarity of your hearing experience will organically evolve – in real time. To put it simply, Evoke analyses data as you wear your hearing aids, and constantly learns as you go. The overall result is that you will hear as perfectly as possible.
The idea is that you can take the reins and control your hearing aids. Or choose to relax and let Evoke take over, for a more carefree lifestyle and bespoke listening experience - an ideal option for an active lifestyle, within a fast-paced world.
Using the SoundSense technology your hearing aids will develop a deeper understanding of your lifestyle, as you personalise your hearing situations. Here at Hearing Aid UK HQ, we were impressed with the smartness of Evoke and the fact that it learns every day. So, today’s experience will be even better tomorrow.
I personally like the way you can control your hearing needs with a touch of your fingertips and that all this data is so easily accessible and discreet. Evoke knows the difference between jazz and rock music. It knows the difference between how a conference sounds and how a dinner party sounds. In addition, it will adjust to you on the go, as it deciphers your location and environment, using the Fluid Sound Analyser.
You can also take control and teach Evoke how you want to hear sound with two sound profiles, in the Sound Sense Learn feature. So, you can listen to music your way, as many times as you wish.
Another handy tool, that’s great for those noisy social gatherings, is the Fluid Sound Controller. You can filter unwanted sound, that might disturb your hearing conversations, so you hear what you want to hear. But, in a quiet one-to-one coffee catch up – you might choose to hear all the details that surround you.
This Evoke is so smart it never forgets. However, because these hearing aids are so smart – you might forget you are wearing them! Which, comfort-wise, is always a good thing. This is due to the SoundSense Adapt technology, it never forgets the changes you have made in the past. So, when you are having a coffee with a friend in a new spot, it adapts your sound experience using settings from similar situations.
Well, in all honesty, this hearing aid is not for you. Evoke is for those who have an active and social lifestyle - who want to control their hearing situations at a drop of a hat. But, for instance, if you wanted the 'day off', so to speak, you can use the Universal program, which automatically adjusts your hearing wants and needs by judging your environment. Together with the Fluid Sound Analyser and Controller - you have the best auto pilot there is!
Styles available in the Widex Evoke hearing aids:
The Widex Evoke 440 is the top-of-the-line offering in this model family, offering only the latest technology and highest-quality hearing experience.
This model also has features not present in any of the previous models, including:
The Widex Evoke 330 is a powerful hearing aid and is second only to the Evoke 440 in terms of technological features.
This model also has features not present in the previous models, including:
See specifications of Widex Evoke 110 and 220 below
The Widex Evoke 220 hearing aids are a definite step up in technology from the Evoke 110.
This model also has features not present in the 110, including:
The Widex Evoke 110 hearing aids are considered the entry-level Evoke hearing aids.
Do not spend hundreds of pounds without getting a second opinion from us.
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.