Widex Hearing Aids

Our Manhattan office is proud to offer Widex hearing aids. Founded in 1956, Widex is a Danish manufacturer of hearing aids known for their trademark Widex Sound. The Widex Sound provides people with hearing loss access to a full spectrum of sounds, amplifying the softest sounds and making sure that the loudest ones are comfortable. Widex is committed to advancing hearing aid technology and was the first to develop a digital in-the-ear hearing aid. In 2012, Widex received the European Inventor Award for their research and innovation with hearing devices.

Widex Beyond

widex-beyond-made-for-iphoneThe Beyond hearing aid gives people exceptional direct connectivity and leading-edge sound, and is compatible with both Android and Apple devices. It comes with a customizable app that allows full streaming functionality and control over their listening environment. You can adjust sound settings and listening programs to suit wearers preferences. The hearing aid performs in the most challenging listening environments, including restaurants and parties.

Widex Unique

widex-unique-hearing-aids-newyorkcityThe Unique hearing aid is built for people with active lifestyles. This is a low maintenance, fully automated device that provides a full spectrum of sound in any environment. The Unique is a digital hearing aid that processes sound quickly and makes automatic adjustments for a seamless listening experience. It provides comfort for wearers in a variety of settings, by reducing wind noise and distracting background noise. Unique hearing aids are available the following styles: completely-in-canal micro, completely-in-canal, in-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, and behind-the-ear.

Widex Dream

widex-dream-hearingaidsThe Dream hearing aid provides wearers with a true-to-life sound without distortion. The listening experience for Dream wearers is more detailed and well-rounded, with improved speech recognition in noisy environments and special programs designed for listening to music and media. With the Dream, speech recognition has improved by 21% in loud noise. True-Input Technology provides wearers with a wider range of sound. Despite the technological advances with the Dream, it boasts a 20% longer battery life than other hearing aids that perform at the same level. Dream hearing aids are available in the following styles: completely-in-canal micro, completely-in-canal, in-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, and behind-the-ear.

Widex Super

widex-super-hearing-aidsWidex Super hearing aids are designed for people with severe to profound hearing loss, vastly improving speech recognition and conversation in noisy situations. The Super also boasts a long battery life and weather resistant coating. It is available as a receiver-in-canal hearing aid, with powerful directional microphones that boost the quality of sound for wearers.

Widex Zen Tinnitus Therapy

The Widex Zen Tinnitus Therapy system tackles the linked issues of hearing loss and tinnitus with four steps: 1) counseling – to educate and assist the limbic system to alter its negative interpretation of tinnitus via cognitive and behavioral intervention; 2) amplification – to stimulate the ears and brain and to prevent over compensation; 3) fractal tones – known as Zen tones, designed to relax and provide acoustic stimulation; and 4) relaxation – behavioral exercises and sleep management strategies. The Zen Tinnitus Therapy program is available as a standalone device, Zen2Go, or is incorporated into other Widex hearing aids.

Other Features & Styles

Widex offers the Cros, a hearing aid designed for single-sided deafness, which balances out sound received from both the hearing ear and sound processed by the device. The Cros improves speech recognition and spatial awareness for single-sided deafness. Additionally, Widex offers assistive listening devices Dex and Scola. Dex is a family of personal amplifiers that allow wearers to connect their hearing aids to phones and hearing loop systems. Scola is an FM assistive listening system that delivers amplified sounds through radio waves; it is designed specifically to assist students in academic settings.