Widex Hearing Assistance

Widex Hearing Aids enhance sound, help with listening, and help you deal with the effects of hearing loss. With a wide range of models, Widex Hearing Aids can help with tinnitus, low noise environments, background noise, wind noise, and discerning sounds in noisy environments.

Does the Widex Beyond hearing aid work with a smartphone?

The Widex Beyond is a hearing aid that can be controlled by an app downloaded to your iPhone or Android phone. Using the app, you can adjust the controls of your Widex Beyond to meet the noise levels and frequencies of different sound environments. It also supports wireless streaming from your smartphone device, allowing you to listen to music or to watch movies and TV using the TV-Dex.

Can a Widex hearing aid help with tinnitus?

People who suffer from this auditory disease can take advantage of the patented Widex ZEN therapy. Using ZEN tones, which are fractal tones that the hearing aid generates, it allows those who suffer from ringing in the ears to reduce stress and to relax. You can also download the Widex ZEN app on your smartphone for additional tools to help you manage tinnitus.

How long does a hearing aid battery last?

Hearing aid battery life is widely variant depending upon the type of assistive aid, the capacity, and how long the hearing aid is in use. A typical hearing aid battery can last up to three weeks. Some guidelines to extend life include:

  • Turn off the hearing aid at night or when you are not using it and remove the battery from the enclosed drawer.
  • Check expiration dates when purchasing hearing aid batteries, and opt to buy fewer of them more frequently rather than buying them in bulk.
  • Store hearing aid batteries in a dry, cool location to reduce the effects of humidity.
  • Keep hearing aid batteries in the original packaging until needed for use.
Can Widex hearing aids be used in wet environments?

Widex hearing aids handle the natural environment of your ear as well as the surrounding environment. They are built to resist moisture; however, there is no guarantee against water damage. These hearing aids feature several methods to protect against moisture. For instance, the amplifier is sealed. The receiver coil is sealed in a wax covering. The telecoil is also molded to resist water. Many other parts of the hearing aid are nano-covered to protect from moisture.