Introducing COM-DEX Remote Mic- The Answer to Difficult One-to-One Listening Situations!
Widex created a new assistive listening device designed to help hearing aid wearers to hear speech in the most difficult one-to-one situations.
The COM-DEX Remote Mic is an add-on to the popular COM-DEX wireless Bluetooth accessory from Widex. It is designed to be used in difficult one-to-one listening situations, such as noisy restaurants, classrooms or group gatherings. The microphone, which can be controlled via the COM-DEX app, is designed to be clipped onto the speaker's clothing. Sound is then streamed directly to the wearer's Widex hearing aids via the COM-DEX.
Other COM-DEX Remote Mic features include:
- Up to 8 hours of streaming time
- Wireless connection via the COM-DEX to all Widex hearing aids
- A 33-foot range for easy conversation
- Updated COM-DEX App for remote control of the mic
- Battery fully charged after three hours
Widex President Jeffrey Geigel says that the COM-DEX Remote Mic is a valuable addition to the Widex family of assistive listening devices. "Our hearing aids already help people to hear speech in noisy environments. The COM-DEX Remote Mic is designed as an add-on for those situations where background noise if especially intense," he says. "This is the answer to difficult one-to-one listening situations."
The COM-DEX Remote Mic is available for sale nationwide beginning February 1, 2017.
For more information, contact Widex Customer Care at 1.800.221.0188 or visit www.widexpro.com
For more information, please contact Cheryl Anderson, Director of Marketing Communications, Widex USA at email@example.com
Widex is a world leader in hearing aid technology and has been developing the world's cleanest sounding hearing aids for 60 years. Widex products are sold in more than 100 countries around the world, and the company employs over 3,800 people worldwide.