Widex Evoke 330 Fusion
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Widex Evoke 330 Fusion Hearing Aid Description & Features
As of October '19, we are now offering Widex's newest Evoke models, called Evoke RIC, which are available in either a size 10, 13, or 312 battery. Evoke RIC 312 or 13 “D” models offer direct to iPhone connectivity.
The Widex Evoke 330 falls under Widex`s advanced technology level within the Evoke family.
Widex Evoke are the world's first machine learning hearing aids. What makes them totally different from any other hearing aid is their ability to predict individual preferences and adapt to user input over time. This is a truly groundbreaking development that could fundamentally change how listeners experience hearing aids.
As advanced technology, this hearing aid is the second best technology that Widex has to offer, making it a great choice for individuals with casual lifestyles, who need hearing aids that can deliver great sound quality in almost all environments. For individuals who spend a significant amount of time in noisy environments, a higher technology level should be considered for better performance in noise.
The Widex Evoke 330 hearing aid has 12 channels and 4 customizable programs, and that gives it the flexibility to digitally process sound in a way that sounds natural, and can also be adapted to the particular listening environment of the wearer.
With its discreet RIC (receiver in canal) style, the Evoke 330 sits comfortably behind the ear and is hardly noticeable to the wearer or others. This hearing aid is available in 10 color choices as shown below.
If you have questions about the Evoke 330 that you don`t find answered on this page, or are looking for specs on this device, you might want to check out the downloadable documents (below), visit Widex`s website, or feel free to give us a call at 800-731-6794.
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Widex Evoke Hearing Aid Review
In Spring of 2018, Widex released their all new Evoke hearing aid. This is a ground breaking hearing aid in that it is the first ever hearing aid to use machine learning to help your hearing aid get smarter over time, and sound better for YOU. We love Widex Evoke for its amazing sound quality, durability, and tinnitus therapy, among many other benefits it provides.
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Widex Evoke 330 Fusion Accessories & Smartphone Apps
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.
TV Play: $249
TV Play is Widex's newest and preferred TV streaming solution for Evoke Fusion 2 hearing aids. This 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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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Included With Your Purchase
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In-Person & Local Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming Service
Based on the results of your hearing test, your local ZipHearing provider will professionally fit and fine-tune your hearing aids to your unique needs.
45 Day 100% Risk-Free Evaluation Period
Once your hearing aids have been fitted, you'll have 45 days to evaluate them. All appointments with your local provider during your 45 day evaluation period are included at no additional cost. If you decide to return your hearing aids within the evaluation period, you'll be issued a 100% refund.
Once your 45 day evaluation period has concluded, you are entitled to an additional 3 follow-up appointments during your first year of ownership at no additional cost. After your first year of ownership or 3 follow-up appointments (whichever comes first), office visits will be billed at a rate of $35 for appointments lasting 30 minutes or less, and $65 for appointments lasting 30 minutes or longer.
3 Year Full Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Supply of Batteries
At the time your order is placed with ZipHearing, you're sent a 1 year supply of hearing aid batteries delivered directly to your door. These batteries will usually arrive to your home before your scheduled date to pick up the hearing aids from your ZipHearing provider's office, but if they aren't, your provider will get you started with a few batteries at your delivery appointment. We provide premium Rayovac batteries which have a shelf life of 4 years.
Wax Filters, Domes, and Cleaning Supplies
Simple cleaning & maintenance supplies will be provided by the manufacturer and given to you at your hearing aid fitting appointment, along with rubber or silicone domes, and wax filters, which your hearing provider will show you how to use, ensuring your hearing aids remain free of wax, oil, and other debris.
Widex Evoke 330 Fusion Reviews
Based on 4 User Reviews
Hearing aids are Widex 330. My first hearing aids. Very happy with them. Comfortable, easy to put on. Can adjust volume and change programs without taking them off. Batteries easy to replace. Now I don't have to hear my wife complain about the TV being too loud and I can hear people talking from across a large room. Highly recommend.
Pleased with the hearing aids and the flexibility that the app offers when connected to my Android phone. Easy to change the hearing aid settings on the phone. While you can change the settings using the buttons on the HAs, in noisy environments, it can be hard to hear the voice in the HAs telling you which setting you have cycled to. On the other hand, when the HA is connected to the app on the phone, you can easily swipe left/right to select the HA setting (examples of settings are: Universal, Noise, TV, Transport, Zen. Battery life has lasted one week for each of the two weeks I've used the device.
Overall comfort has been good. Another plus of the HA connected to the phone (on Android devices, this connection requires the COM-DEX device that hangs on a cord around my neck / under my shirt) is that one can take a phone call by either accepting the call on the phone or pressing the button on the COM-DEX device. This means two things: First, if the phone is in your pocket, you don't have to dig it out; you can accept the call via pressing the COM-DEX. Secondly, the HAs are acting as bluetooth devices connected to the phone...no different than someone wearing an Apple EarPod or any brand of bluetooth device...with the added bonus of the WIDEX (or, really any other brand that features this capability) that the HA's are 1) invisible - so they don't look like those white sticks hanging from your ears like the EarPod and 2) the speaker, of course, is in your ear....making it so much easier to take a call than simply holding the phone to your ear with the volume up (e.g. without HAs). These are my first...so I can't compare to other WIDEX or other brands. I have been happy/pleased with these, though.
Never having worn hearing aids before, I didn't know what to expect. The sound quality is really good. They are as comfortable as can be expected. I like the fact that they let you know when the battery needs to be changed. They are very sight appealing as most people don't know I am wearing them.
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.