Widex Hearing Aids

Founding: In Denmark in 1956 by Christian Tøpholm, a gifted electronics engineer, and Erik Westermann

Technology Roots: Christian Tøpholm, a gifted electronics engineer, and Erik Westermann, a successful businessman, broke away from Oticon to form their own hearing aid company.

Historical Highlights:

  • In 1995, the first commercially available 100% in-the-ear hearing aid was introduced.
  • In 2012, Widex received the European Inventor Award for hearing aid technology advancements.
  • In 2018, Widex was the first to offer hearing aids with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
  • In 2019, Widex merged with Sivantos to create WS Audiology.

Other Brand Names by WS Audiology: Signia and Rexton

Manufacturer’s Warranty: Up to 3 years

Most Recent Innovations: MySound AI processor

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Processing Technology and Features

Driven by a “passion for sound” and the company’s exacting standards in research, development, and manufacturing; the development of innovative technology; and their long-term partnerships with hearing care providers have made Widex the third largest hearing aid manufacturer in the world.

Widex MySound, AI-assisted personalization, is founded on the philosophy that no matter how good technology becomes, it means nothing without your valuable input. This means that you can create programs that adjust both the equalizer and compression in a way that suits your taste and situation.

Real-Life Insights records your hearing experiences in order to assist your hearing care professional in programming your hearing aids to meet your unique needs in multiple hearing situations and environments.

MySound uses high-speed calculations in the cloud to provide instantaneous adjustments to your hearing profile as you move from one environment to another.

Included Widex Moment technology, preferred by musicians worldwide, produces more natural sound by synchronizing the arrival of sound not processed through the instrument with processed sound.

A Pair of Widex Hearing Aids

Additional Key Features:

  • Widex Zen Therapy for tinnitus management
  • Rechargeable hearing aids lasting up to 37 hours
  • Widely available through hearing centers and can be purchased in 29 countries
  • Customization options to enhance listening in different situations
  • Bluetooth capabilities for iOS and Android devices
  • Water-resistant coating for all models
  • The Remote Care app for linking users to hearing professionals for hearing aid fine-tuning and assistance

Patient-Focused Hearing Aid Repair by Hearing & Balance Clinics

If you have hearing challenges, Widex hearing aids are among the advanced technology solutions that can help you hear better and improve your quality of life.

Hearing & Balance Clinics recognizes the value of all prescription hearing aids to the individuals who use them, so you can count on troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair support for Widex hearing aids as well as those from Phonak, ReSound, Rexton, and more.

The ongoing, trusted, and personalized care you have available to you at our hearing care clinics throughout Northeast Georgia allows you to get the very best performance from your hearing aids so you can continue to reap their benefits for years to come.

If you or someone you know is struggling with their hearing or needing help from one of our hearing aid specialists, then use the adjacent form to contact the Watkinsville, Loganville, or Lavonia clinic nearest you.

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Meet Your Team

Dr. G'Anne Thomas, Owner and Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Owner, Clinical Audiologist

Dr. Nathan K. Griffin, Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

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Chase Williams, Patient Care and Referral Coorinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

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Jessica Waite, Insurance Coordinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

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