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On this week’s TIP, Senior Audiologist and MD at Cubex, Adam Shulberg shares 5 useful tips that you can follow to care for your rechargeable hearings aid technology.
It is important you look after it to prolong its life and to ensure that get the very best service from it.
– Adam Shulberg
If you are a wearer of one of the fantastic rechargeable hearing aid solutions available from a variety of hearing technology developers such as Widex, Oticon & Phonak, you’ll want to look after your hearing aid technology as best you can to prolong their life and maximise their efficiency. We have put together a small checklist for you to follow to care for your rechargeable hearings aids properly.
Widex have announced the launch of Widex EVOKE™, their latest technological innovation and the first hearing aid to feature advanced machine learning in real time. EVOKE™ is based on their entirely new chip platform and is the first product inspired by the Widex Real-Life Hearing™ philosophy.
With Widex EVOKE™ hearing aids, you can use one of two apps to control your hearing aids from your Android and Apple devices.
The TONELINK app covers key functions like changing programs, while the EVOKE app also features SoundSense Learn, which guides you to personalised hearing.
The TONELINK app is for all EVOKE models except the EVOKE CIC-M model and the EVOKE app is only for EVOKE F2 model (with the W button).
Widex have announced the launch of Widex EVOKE™, the latest technological innovation from Widex, the first hearing aid to feature advanced machine learning in real time. EVOKE™ is based on their entirely new chip platform and is the first product inspired by the Widex Real-Life Hearing™ philosophy.
By Rosie Williams
On 14, Sep 2017 | In Tinnitus | By Rosie Williams
Tinnitus is a sound only heard by the individual experiencing it and is commonly described as a ringing, buzzing or humming in the ear.
People who experience tinnitus become more aware of it in quieter environments and during moments of downtime, such as bed time. The awareness of ringing in the brain can lead to an inability to relax or sleep which in turn promotes stress and high levels of anxiety at a time when rest is needed the most. Some people find that focusing their attention on external sounds helps them hear the tinnitus less.
By Rosie Williams
On 22, Nov 2016 | In Hearing Technology | By Rosie Williams
The latest hearing aid from Widex, the BEYOND™, has arrived. This is the Danish company’s first ‘Made for iPhone’ device providing wearers with a solution that not only delivers exceptional audiology, but also 2.4 GHz direct connectivity and leading-edge sound. Widex BEYOND™ is designed to be a highly personalised instrument that allows wearers to confidently and effortlessly live life on their own terms. No matter what their pursuits and passions.
On 28, Oct 2015 | In Hearing Technology | By Sam
The new technology platform from Widex pushes the barriers of what you can hear with a hearing aid. Widex UNIQUE™ takes precision and performance to a completely new level in the way it captures, purifies and processes sound. Experience more conversation and all of life’s important sound details around you, wherever you are, whatever you are doing, like you were mean’t to.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder recently released a study stating that less sophisticated hearing aids may be better for listening to music. The study was particularly interesting to me, since I work to design and test hearing aids for Widex, a worldwide producer of what we would think of as “sophisticated” hearing aids.