“I remember soon after I got them, putting in my Widex MOMENTs and tapping on my jeans,” he explains. “It was the craziest thing, but I could hear it all so clearly. Like a 3D representation of sound that I hadn't heard before. I could hear my hand; I could hear the jeans; I could hear the air. It's hard to explain the detail these hearing aids offer. It’s a natural sound—a smoother sound. I hear things I wasn’t hearing before but it’s not overly bright or harsh.
Scott uses the Widex App to easily get a sound recommendation that’s just right for him. He often focuses the hearing aids’ directional ability to better hear conversations with friends and colleagues, whether at social gatherings or at work. When using Widex My Sound, Scott is asked to select his activity, such as dining, then choose his intent, such as concentration. Based on those selections, My Sound draws on tens of thousands of real-life data points and instantly presents him with two sound profile recommendations. The chosen profile can then be saved and activated whenever needed.
Hear the difference by switching between the 2 options when listening to speech