Widex Hearing Aids

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Widex is a Danish company with Widex UK headquarters in Chester where all their custom in-ear hearing aids are made using the latest 3D modelling software and laser moulding techniques for high precision results. Prices at bottom of page.

Widex were one of the first manufacturers to offer digital technology in hearing aids and are now leaders in developing digital technology and taking it to new levels. They are the only company who actually make all their own main components and this is undertaken at their fantastic new global HQ in Denmark.


Invisible Hearing Aids


Widex have joined the race for producing the world's smallest in-ear hearing aids with the new WIDEX IIC (invisible-in-canal) hearing aid - more info below.

Widex also use one of the fastest and most powerful microchips in the hearing aid industry, and they have the smallest fully wireless compatible receiver-in-canal hearing aid in the world (image).


Recently Superseded Widex Hearing Aids
Mind - Inteo - Real - Aikia - Flash - Bravissimo


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The latest Widex DREAM PASSION range

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Widex - Current Hearing Aids

The latest premium range of Widex hearing aids is called 'Widex Dream' and runs on one of the fastest and most powerful microchips in the hearing aid industry - True ISP (Integrated Signal Processor). The Widex DREAM comes in 4 technology levels (440, 330, 220 and 110) and a full range of hearing aid styles, as follows:

  • Widex Dream ITE - this includes all custom in-ear models (below at front of image)
  • Widex Dream BTE - standard behind the ear hearing aids (below at back centre of image)
  • Widex Dream Passion - this is their very neat and small receiver-in-canal option (below right)
  • Widex Dream Fusion - this is a larger receiver-in-canal option (below left)

  • CLICK HERE FOR: Widex Hearing Aids - Product Comparison Chart

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    Widex Dream Passion v Widex Dream Fusion - What are the differences? The Widex Passion was designed for performance AND maximum discretion. The Passion is both the smallest RIC and the smallest wireless RIC around and is a very neat and ergonomic design. The Fusion is larger and incorporates a telecoil and a push-button which can be used as a programme changer or volume adjuster. The Fusion can be fitted with high power speakers meaning we can fit them to more severe losses (down to 110dBHL). So the Passion is for those who want very advanced hearing aids but who are still conscious of the way a hearing aid looks; the Widex Fusion is for those who want ALL the bells and whistles or who have more severe hearing loss and need extra power.

    Note: All Widex Clear hearing aid feature wireless connectivity

    Other Widex Hearing Aids:

    Widex Menu invisible-in-canal / IIC's - Using the True-ISP platform technology Widex have entered the world of invisible hearing aids with the introduction of the Widex Menu IIC. For more information please click here.

    Widex Mind & Clear (440 /330 / 220) - The Widex MIND and CLEAR hearing aids have now effectively been superseded by the new and more powerful DREAM range. Whilst still an option, we at Crystal Hearing believe you should be using the latest products for maximum hearing potential.

    Widex Super (440 / 220) - These are the most powerful modern hearing aids available by Widex and are receiver-in-canal hearing aids offering excellent performance for the most severe hearing losses. Please note thoug: if you have a severe sensori-neural hearing loss then hearing aids will only offer limited assistance as the damage is not being cured - only aided.

    Wireless Connectivity:

    This is the ability to use auxiliary accessories that can be set up to communicate wirelessly with the latest hearing aids. Wireless connectivity also implies that the hearing aids can talk to each other to analyse sounds from both sides thus giving better performance in noise and improved localisation (though this feature does not apply to all suppliers).

    Key accessories generally include phone devices for hands-free calls being received in both ears, and a TV adaptors to overcome clarity issues, though some suppliers also offer remote controls and remote microphones.

    Widex have a family of accessories labelled Widex DEX and this includes:

  • TV-Dex (see below) - a device that plugs into the back of your TV or Sky box (below centre)
  • M-Dex (see below) - a device which enables streaming from Bluetooth devices such as your mobile phone. Also doubles as a remote control (below right)
  • Phone Dex (image)- a purpose designed landline phone which switches to wireless streaming when the phone is held near one of the hearing aids. The phone thus streams the caller direct into the hearing aid via radio wave and also sends the signal to the other hearing aid. So whistle free, clear, easy to follow phone calls.
  • RC-Dex (see below) - a miniature remote control for changing the volume and programmes (below left)

  • Widex DEX features listed here (see page 3)

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    RC Dex / TV Dex / M Dex - Wireless hearing aid acessories

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