Not just capturing sound

Our hearing aids use unique technology to preserve, replicate, and reproduce all sounds.

Adapting these intricate details for those with hearing loss is an art. In the world of audiology, it's not just about capturing sounds. We also meticulously balance adjustments and automatic processes in our hearing aids for the optimal listening experience.

Fewer filter bands to mimic the auditory system

Our time-domain filter bank mimics the auditory filters in the cochlea, with narrower bands for low frequencies and wider ones for high frequencies. With fewer bands, we reduce delay, delivering a clearer and more natural sound in hearing aids./p>

Less processing delay for a purer sound

In all other digital hearing aids, delay due to signal processing leads to a sound syncing issue called the comb-filter effect. With our PureSound™ technology, we've cut this delay to just 0.5 ms, making sounds more natural and eliminating that metallic echo.

“PureSound™ is preferred by 85% of hearing aid users with mild-to-moderate hearing loss and 100% of normal-hearing users.” *

More about PureSound

* Balling, Townend, Stiefenhofer, Switalski (2020). Reducing hearing aid delay for optimal sound quality: a new paradigm in processing. Hearing Review, 27(4), pp. 20–26.


True Input Technology

True Input Technology cuts back distortion in hearing aids so your users can hear the cleanest sound possible.
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Widex TruSound

TruSound technology helps to perfectly replicate and reproduce all the world’s sounds – allowing users to adapt to everything from speech to nature to conversation and music.
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Widex PureSound™

We believe that it’s possible to give users a sound so natural that they will be simply amazed from the very first moment.
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Widex ZeroDelay

ZeroDelay technology eradicates the delay-based distortion that leads to the unpleasant and artificial sound often associated with hearing aids.
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Feedback Cancellation

The feedback cancelling system in Widex hearing aids consists of two main parts: The Feedback Path Simulator and the Dynamic Cancellation Optimiser.
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The target gain settings in the compressor are based on the Widex fitting rationale, focusing on three different sound levels: soft sounds, normal speech levels, and loud sounds.
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