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Popular Widex Hearing Aid Models

Widex is one of the world's largest hearing aid manufacturers – and one of the best. Founded in 1956 and headquartered Denmark, this family-owned company is known for its singular focus on audiophile-pleasing hearing aids. While the company aims to stand in a class of its own, it does share something with a few of its competitors. Location. Widex and two more of the six biggest hearing aid manufacturers in the world have their global headquarters in the Copenhagen area, just a few miles apart from one another. Along with a such a concentration of audio engineering talent, comes fierce competition at home and abroad, in the more than 100 countries where Widex hearing aids are sold.

How does Widex stand out from the crowd? If a hearing aid manufacturer could have a personality, Widex would be an avowed perfectionist, and wouldn't have it any other way. It's about quality, not quantity with this company so Widex hearing aids don't necessarily offer different features than other hearing aids - just a higher performance level than average. Widex attributes its success to an "uncompromising approach to innovation" and a mission to provide the "absolute best hearing aids". The company's unabashed assertion that "we develop digital technology at a level of quality that few can match" feels not so much like an expression of arrogance, as a philosophical credo – and maybe a slightly goading challenge to competitors.

Widex has long enjoyed a reputation for designing superb hearing aids endowed with a warm, balanced, natural sound quality. Outdoor enthusiasts tend to appreciate them for uncommonly effective wind noise reduction – arguably, the best in the industry – while musicians enjoy their dynamics and great tone. Of course, what sounds best is a matter of personal opinion, especially when it comes to music. Still, Widex hearing aids have something of a signature sound that a lot of people love.

A purist-level of commitment to producing the best hearing aids sometimes means spending a little more time perfecting technological advancements before making them available to consumers. For instance, other manufacturers were quicker to introduce made-for-iPhone hearing aids. But Widex partnered with the world's leading Low-Energy Bluetooth company to first the most battery-saving wireless streaming technology in the industry. At the same time, they also improved the fidelity of the audio, and only then launched the Widex BEYOND hearing aids (earlier version of Widex Evoke) with made-for-iPhone connectivity. We like that BEYOND hearing aids (and Evoke) include a telecoil in addition to 2.4 GHz Bluetooth. By comparison, other made-for-iPhone hearing aids exclude the telecoil to make room for a 2.4 GHz Bluetooth radio. Though telecoils don't sound as good as the more modern 2.4 GHz technology, they work with induction loop audio accessories previous hearing aid wearers may already own, and with the hearing loop systems installed in many public venues and places of worship.

Here at ZipHearing, Evoke made-for-iPhone hearing aids our best-selling Widex hearing aids. Evoke hearing aids come in just about any style, from completely in-canal models up to high-powered behind-the-ear models (and everything in between). Making sense of all the different options can be challenging, so here is what you need to know to begin exploring the choices. First, Evoke hearing aids come in four performance levels: 110, 220, 330, and 440. The higher the number, the higher the performance level or hearing aid technology. Second, the name Evoke refers to the platform or operating system of the hearing aid, not necessarily the specific model. Most models also have a name of their own, indicating the specific style of Evoke hearing aid. For example, the Evoke RIC 10 model indicates it's a receiver-in-canal style hearing aid, with a size 10 battery. The Evoke RIC 312 D model indicates it's a receiver-in-canal style with a size 312 battery.

In the sections below, you'll find information on Widex's current and most popular hearing aids models, along with pricing and feature information so you can determine which Widex hearing aid is appropriate for you. If you're simply looking to get your Widex hearing aids repaired, or looking for Widex parts, like wax filters or domes, feel free to give us a call and we'll point you in the right direction. Otherwise, feel free to review the popular models below, and at the top of this page you'll find links to each Widex product, along with detailed information about each hearing solution on its product page.

Widex Evoke

It’s remarkable how far hearing technology has come in just a few years. Hearing aids used to consist of a bulky earphone connected by wire to a brick-like amplifier stowed in the wearer’s shirt pocket. By twisting a volume dial on the amplifier, the wearer could choose from basically two settings: too loud and not loud enough. Now, the wearer’s pocket holds a smartphone that streams music and phone calls via BlueTooth Wireless to tiny digital hearing aids. A sound classifier in the hearing aids continuously analyzes the listening environment, enabling them to switch automatically between pre-set listening programs optimized for different environments. Without a doubt, wearing modern hearing aids provides a totally different experience than the hearing aids of yesteryear, but Widex EVOKE are about to make even the most advanced of hearing aids seem primitive.

Widex EVOKE are the world’s first machine-learning hearing aids. Machine learning is the same kind of technology online retailers use to predict which products you might like, based on your previous purchases and satisfaction ratings. Machine learning also considers data from other shoppers like you to help make product suggestions. Even if you don’t bother to submit any ratings, the system can still ‘get to know you’ and predict what you might like to buy. The more you shop, the more accurate the predictions become. Before long, the system begins to suggest products you may not have thought of and never knew you wanted. Machine learning makes it possible for you to discover, without looking, products you didn’t know you were looking for. That’s an efficient way to shop!

Here is what machine learning means for hearing aids: Your hearing professional will need to program them for your hearing levels, but trying to get all the settings just right for each and every listening environment will no longer be necessary. Unlike any other hearing aids you can buy, Widex EVOKE will continually learn and adapt to your preferences and your hearing loss– and from those of other EVOKE wearers around the world.

If this claim sounds like what other hearing aid manufacturers promise, it’s not. Ordinarily, automatic hearing aids behave in a much simpler way, choosing between pre-set listening programs. A sound classifier in the hearing aids determines which of the programs to activate in each listening environment, but the settings used in each program never really change (except through user adjustments or by reprogramming the hearing aids). Moreover, sound classifiers don’t consider individual preferences. Imagine going to a party where people are talking and listening to music. In this situation, one listener might prefer a conversation-enhancing program while another might choose a music program. If you prefer a different program than the classifier selects, you will need to manually override the classifier every time you encounter this situation. Frustrating. EVOKE hearing aids are different. They use a sound classifier too, but machine learning will fundamentally change how listeners experience automatic program changes. With EVOKE, the program settings are not limited to a fixed selection of unchanging alternatives. Instead, the settings will adapt and evolve over time, through anonymous input from EVOKE wearers everywhere, increasing sound quality in background noise and everywhere else.

There are two ways for EVOKE wearers to take advantage of machine learning. One way is just by using the hearing aids the same way you would use any others. SoundSense Adapt will fine tune the settings based on where and when you make manual adjustments. The second way is to record your preferences using SoundSense Learn in the EVOKE App for iOS and Android mobile devices. All you have to do is compare alternative programs and pick your favorite. It’s dead-simple and only takes a matter of seconds each time. Based on your responses, the app generates two more programs for you to compare. You can repeat the process as many or as few times as you like as the app refines the settings to suit your taste.

Widex Evoke is built on the e-Platform, which includes an all-new chipset, 2.4 GHz wireless for direct Bluetooth connectivity from Apple iOS devices and control from iOS and Android devices, and several new features and updates to the Evoke app. Widex Evoke is compatible with Widex's full line of dex accessories.

Widex Evoke's best-selling style is the RIC 312 D model (the D stands for Direct), as in, Direct Bluetooth connectivity. If you'd like a smaller more discreet device, the RIC 10 model is for you, though it doesn't offer direct Bluetooth connectivity. You can also get the Evoke in a standard BTE (behind-the-ear) model, the Evoke BTE 13 D, which does offer direct Bluetooth connectivity.

Buy if:
  • You want the world’s first and only hearing devices with machine learning, for a hearing experience that evolves over time.
  • You are excited about the idea of hearing aids that predict and respond to your individual preferences—because this has just become a reality.
  • You want made-for-iPhone hearing aids that also include ear-to-ear streaming and a telecoil. Ideal for movie lovers, world travelers and anyone who frequently uses hearing loop systems in theaters, train stations, churches, meeting rooms, and other venues.

Widex Hearing Aid Reviews

Below you’ll see our 10 most recent and real Widex hearing aid reviews and complaints, on all the latest models such as Evoke.

Any time you read a customer review on Widex hearing aids, its important to note that a significant factor contributing to the customer`s review is the skill of the hearing provider who fit their hearing aids. For more information on this, we`d encourage you to check out our YouTube video: Do Hearing Aid Reviews Matter?

Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | torrance, CA ?

Sound quality is superb.
Nobody mentioned that if you go out in a wind, wind noises are amplified to a deafening level.
I never knew that my shoe laces clattered against the floor when I walk.
I never knew that my jeans made a swishing noise when I walk along.
They can fall off quite easily and you have to be careful.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | Richardson, TX ?

Best I have had. Being able to manage the sound settings has enabled me to create three setting that fit every situation. I probably have more to learn about the learning feature and how it might affect those settings if any. I have only had them abut a week and should get more answers when I return to the audiologist for a check up.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | venice, FL ?

Quest hearing is the best. Ryan did a fantastic job of fitting and programming me for the right hearing aides. Widex aids appear to have some of the finest quality in sound. These aids have eliminated the majority of background noise and wind noise, I can now hear the conversations clearly. By far, this is the place to go to be tested, fitted and satisfaction.

Rating: 5.0

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 330

VERIFIED BUYER | aurora, IL ?

i am very pleased with my choice of the Widex 330 hearing aids. i especially enjoy being able to stream phone conversations and music from my phone directly to the hearing aids.
The hearing aids are easy to wear, easy to clean and very comfortable in addition to providing good sound for voices and speech that I was struggling to hear.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | sebastian, FL ?

I received my Widex Evoke hearing aids just before Christmas. While I'm still adjusting to the new devises, I love that they are paired to my iPhone. I was surprised by how much audio I had been missing. I wore my new hearing aids for 5 days before I finally told my friends that I had been wearing them. So far I'm quite impressed. ZipHearing made the process so simple, easy and cost effective.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 330

VERIFIED BUYER | minneapolis, MN ?

My sound quality is very good, especially the high frequencies which have faded as I aged. I can now hear the click sound of the directional signal relay in my car to remind me to turn it off when it stays on after completing a turn.

It has also been helpful when watching British shows on public television because their speech is just enough different that I used to need to record the show to be able to back up and repeat segments to fully understand what was being said.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | austin, TX ?

My new Evoke 440s replaced an older (2014) pair from Widex - similarly their top aids at that time. The new aids are crisper, make conversations sharper and more distinct. The phone app dramatically improves your ability to adjust the hearing contour to your needs in real time as well as to create your own profiles for specific needs. The 'learning' capability' of the devices as they automatically adapt and memorize adjustments you frequently make to a profile is hopefully, a big plus as well. They are somewhat more comfortable that the earlier pair. Service by my local provider has been extremely good, as was ordering and receiving the new devices from ZipHearing. Highly recommended - Widex and ZipHearing.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | brighton, CO ?

Sound quality is outstanding and better than any other brad I have tried. Transaction was straightforward and staff was helpful.

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Product reviewed: Widex Evoke 440

VERIFIED BUYER | new york city, NY ?

I originally looked at the Widex Beyond in 2016. At that time it was the newest Widex product on the market. I had the opportunity to test them extensively, together with Oticon, Signia and two others. In the end, for me, the Widex were the most suitable one. I paid a lot of attention to sound, particularly the music option because of classical music. Oticon came close, but there was still, for me, a noticeable difference. When I was ready to purchase a set of hearing aids, Widex came out with the Evoke models. I chose the Widex Evoke 440 Rechargeable. Two basic reasons, on technical products I always go for the latest because it will be old by the time a couple of weeks went by and secondly for environmental reasons, the rechargeable. The Evoke most surprised me with its artificial learning ability. Once you try this, you will find it incredible because you can adjust to whatever surroundings you are in, or what your hearing goal is.Secondly, as far as I know, no other manufacturer offers this, if I am out and the reachargable batteries loose power, or on a trip I forget to take the charging unit, I can just place regular batteries in it. The rechargeable and regular batteries are exchangeable without any effort.For me, with the extensive testing I did, these are the very best units!

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Widex Hearing Aid Prices

Authorized online Widex retailers do not post prices online. For this reason, it can be hard to find a pricelist for Widex hearing aids on the internet. However, you can always call us at 800-731-6794 and we will be happy to let you know our prices. As a rule of thumb, your cost for Widex hearing aids will usually be 20-30% below usual retail prices when purchased through ZipHearing, and our prices for Widex start at $999 per hearing device.

The final price of your Widex hearing aids through ZipHearing is shown below. When purchased from other retailers, your final price will vary based on style chosen, warranty, length of service plan, terms of the trial period, and more.

If you find an online seller who is posting Widex prices on their website, there is a very good chance that the retailer is not an authorized Widex retailer, and you should proceed with caution before purchasing from that retailer.

How much do Widex hearing aids cost?

From most retailers, Widex hearing aids start at $1000 each, and go up to $3000+.

Widex hearing aid apps & accessories

Have you ever thought about controlling your hearing aids from your smartphone? If so, check out some of the Widex apps below. Be sure to check compatibility of these apps with your phone or tablet, because some apps are built exclusively for iOS devices, others for Android devices, and the functionality that you get from these apps may vary depending on the type of phone or tablet you use. In addition, sometimes apps may be built exclusively for iPhones (for example), and may not work on iPads. So it`s very important to check compatibility of your devices before selecting your hearing aids based on the apps available from Widex.

You should also consider some of Widex`s accessories, such as TV streamers and remote microphones. Again, it is important to do your due diligence as far as compatibility. Not all Widex hearing aids will work with all of the below Widex accessories. To find compatibility information, find the Widex hearing aid on our site that you are looking for, then scroll down and you will see a section on the product page which reviews this information.

If you need Widex supplies, such as domes, filters, or cleaning tools, we recommend contacting the local Widex provider who sold you your hearing aids. You may also sometimes find these parts relatively inexpensive on sites like Amazing and eBay. For accessories, we do not recommend buying them on sites like Amazon or eBay, as that is not an approved sales channel for most major manufacturers, and sellers on those sites are likely not authorized Widex retailers. You can also of course always buy these accessories from the local hearing provider which sold you your Widex hearing aids.

Please note: We are only able to sell accessories & parts of supplies to customers who have purchased hearing aids through ZipHearing.

RC-DEX: $149

The RC-DEX is a stylish, compact and user-friendly hearing aid remote control. Its simple and intuitive design gives you better control of basic hearing aid features like volume control and switching programs. RC-DEX is a discreet way to operate your hearing aids. You won't need to touch your hearing aids to adjust them. As features are activated, verbal or tone cues in your hearing aids will let you know you've successfully made the adjustment. RC-DEX is intelligently laid out with three simple keys and is small enough to fit on a keychain. That means that you can quickly and easily start using it. An LED indicator on the remote control also lights up when it is activated. It also has a lock switch to prevent accidental activation.

COM-DEX: $249

COM-DEX is a stylish, hands-free communication device. You can connect COM-DEX to two phones. This means that if you have work phone and a private phone, for example, you can take calls through COM-DEX on either. Or use one for phone conversations, and the other for music. COM-DEX is available in three colours for more personal feeling: Champagne White, Anthracite Grey and Emerald Green.

COM-DEX Remote MIC: $269

COM-DEX Remote Mic is a stylish add-on to the COM-DEX solution. Hear conversations easily - close up and in detail. Even in noisy environments. COM-DEX Remote Mic is the answer to difficult one-to-one conversations - at dinner parties, in the car or when you are on adventure trips. Place the COM-DEX Remote Mic in front of your conversation partner for discreet listening within a range of 10 meters. Your conversation partner can also attach COM-DEX Remote Mic using the convenient steel clip. The COM-DEX Remote Mic connects wirelessly via COM-DEX to all Widex wireless hearing aids

TV-DEX: $299

The TV-DEX is your user-friendly wireless assistive listening device specifically designed for enjoying TV and audio. The main advantage of the TV-DEX is its real-time high-quality stereo sound. Experience TV or audio sound exactly as it was intended—without annoying distortion—and even more importantly, without the "echo" that would result from a delayed audio signal. Another helpful feature of the TV-DEX is the ‘Room Off’ function. It allows you to temporarily switch off the hearing aid’s microphone and hear the TV sound only. This way you can enjoy your favorite TV programs without unnecessary background noise. You can easily switch the microphones back on any time you want to hear what's going on in the room or have a conversation.

CALL-DEX: $149

CALL-DEX is an ultra-compact device for streaming conversations directly from your mobile phone to your hearing aids. CALL-DEX simply plugs into the audio jack of your phone. You are then free to use your mobile phone normally. That's it. No neckloop, no extra hardware to carry, and no need to see an audiologist or hearing aid specialist for set up. When using CALL-DEX, speak into the phone's microphone to communicate with callers. CALL-DEX lets you stream for up to 80 hours and is compatible with most mobile phones. CALL-DEX is powered by size-10 disposable hearing aid batteries.

Evoke App

Connect to your EVOKE hearing aid, stream sound and control the functions of the world’s first machine-learning hearing aid. Every time you personalize your listening experience, EVOKE learns. What you can do with the EVOKE app: Create personalized programs or let the hearing aids adapt automatically to your needs - Add locations to programs for automatic selection based on where you go - Adjust the volume, and mute your hearing aids - Control streaming volume from your iPhone - Adjust directional focus to hear what you want and reduce background noise - Adjust the bass, middle and treble levels using the equalizer - Access the “Find my hearing aid” feature to help locate your hearing aids if you lose or misplace them

ToneLink App

The ToneLink app by Widex transforms your smartphone into a multi-parameter remote control for your EVOKE hearing aids. With the ToneLink app you can easily adjust volume, mute and unmute, change programs and adjust directional focus to aid listening.

TV Play: $249

This TV streamer enables direct Dolby Digital stereo sound to stream directly from the TV to your Widex hearing aids, with no intermediary device required, unlike the older TV-DEX. Enjoy personalized sound control with the easy-to-use EVOKE app for both iPhone and Android.

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