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The Widex Sound
Our hearing solutions feature what we call the Widex Sound.
But what does it mean?
THE BASIS OF
EVERYTHING WE DO
Like everyone, people with hearing loss are exposed to a wide range of different sounds and at different levels. So it’s important to have a hearing aid that helps you hear soft sounds while making sure that loud sounds are not too uncomfortable.
The Widex Sound means that you can hear a full spectrum of sounds – from background noise, to whispers to voices in a crowd.
But it goes beyond that. We make sure that all our hearing aids can be fit so that they suit your exact hearing loss and the way you listen. And that they are designed to be comfortable to wear. So you can hear the most natural sound possible. Whoever you are and wherever you are.
See the latest hearing aids from Widex including the new FASHION MINI model.
Hear life’s details with the true-to-life sound of Widex hearing aids.
Our online hearing test is very easy to complete. All you have to do is answer five simple questions and listen to a few sound examples. You will receive your results immediately.
TAKE THE ONLINE HEARING TEST