- Moment Sheer™ sRIC R D can be programmed in Compass GPS 4.4 or higher
- New Ear-tips have been added to the current portfolio
- Replace one hearing aid of a pair feature now available
- New Widex SoundRelax™ tones are now available.
PERFECT FITTING EVERY TIME.
With its intuitive interface, Compass GPS allows you to conduct a fitting quickly and precisely, in a streamlined, simple process, making it more enjoyable for everyone!
Fitting software needs to be reliable and easy to use.
Input from Hearing Care Professionals around the world has gone into the development of Compass GPS, while Widex technical experts ensure the software meets your current and future needs.
With the Compass GPS fitting software, you can offer your patients a more accurate, individualized first fit. This makes sense both from an audiological perspective and from a business point of view. Getting it right the first time means fewer costly revisits and more satisfied, loyal customers - who are more likely to recommend you to their relatives, friends and colleagues.
Sign up for Widex Cloud-Based services to enable Widex Remote Care™ capability in Compass GPS.
Programming your Widex hearing aids has never been easier.
Use the Pro Link fitting devices for all hearing aids on the GPS platform. Pro Link provides stability and ensures the perfect patient experience. If programming a CIC-M hearing aid model, make sure to use the Pro Link adapter and cables.
The NoahLink Wireless fitting interface, uses Bluetooth connectivity and can be used with WIdex Moment 2.4 GHz direct-streaming hearing aids.
Widex solution for linear frequency transposition is the Audibility Extender. You find this option in the fine-tuning window. Here you can select for which programs you wish the feature to be applied, along with other options to improve the listening situation for users with a steep-sloping high-frequency loss.
The Sensogram is the established in-situ fitting tool for Widex hearing aids. It measures the user’s hearing thresholds in either four basic frequency bands, or in an expanded mode in up to 10 frequency bands.
This ensures a more precise individual first fit, minimizing the need for fine-tuning.
To make sure that the user gets the most out of a Widex hearing aid, we encourage you to do a feedback test after selecting the correct earware for the user. The Feedback test ensures the hearing aid provides the required gain and that the feedback cancelling system matches the user’s own ear acoustics.