Widex hearing aids don’t just sound spectacular. They look spectacular too. Combining technology with functionality and aesthetics is a typical attribute of the Widex design.

Of course, for Widex good design doesn’t just apply to the outside of our hearing aids but the inside as well. 

From the drawing board to the finished article, every aspect of a Widex hearing aid is designed to work, perform and sound as close to perfect as possible.

Delivering such natural, comfortable and intelligible sound is achieved through a combination of complicated technical processes – some of which are unique to Widex hearing aids. 

One of these features, the Widex Audibility Extender, makes it possible to “shift” high-frequency sounds that users cannot hear to an area where they can actually be heard. Sounds such as women’s and children’s voices, and birdsong.

The Soft Level Noise Reduction system, on the other hand, reduces unwanted soft sounds – such as the humming of a refrigerator – and keeps the useful soft sounds – such as quiet speech. If you experience too much wind noise, the Wind Noise Attenuation system in hearing aids will help you hear in windy conditions. But just as importantly, hearing speech in wind too.

Widex’ wireless technology, WidexLink™, opens a wealth of possibilities to make life easier and more fun. With WidexLink, your new hearing aids are constantly in communication with each other. But it doesn’t stop there. 

Widex DEX™ assistive listening devices use WidexLink to transmit sound between them and your hearing aids. So no matter whether you are watching television, listening to music or talking on your phone, you are connected instantly to a world of sounds with quality hearing aids.