Widex Hearing Aids

Widex began its journey toward becoming one of the most popular brands of hearing aids worldwide more than 65 years ago in Denmark.

The company’s “passion for sound” and exacting standards continue to fuel its commitment to producing hearing instruments with higher-level sound quality and dependability.

Since its merger with Sivantos to create WS Audiology in 2019, the Widex brand name continues to hold its place as a dependable leader in sound innovation and quality on a global scale.

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Advanced Hearing Technology Solutions From Widex

DEX Technology, developed by Widex, makes use of machine learning, establishing the gold standard for digital audio solutions. Its Fluid Sound Analyzer technology makes it possible for Widex users to control background noise by personalizing and optimizing sound settings that meet the demanding challenges of any listening environment.

Widex instruments are preferred by musicians across the globe thanks to the natural sound produced by Widex Moment technology, which syncs the arrival of sound not processed through the instrument with processed sound for a crisper hearing experience.

Fractal tone technology to assist those struggling with tinnitus is behind the introduction of Zen Therapy, another advanced hearing technology available for those who choose Widex hearing aids.

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Widex TeamViewer Remote Assistance

The connectivity features of Widex hearing devices, coupled with TeamViewer, make it possible for you to receive hearing aid programming, adjustment, and troubleshooting support from your hearing instrument specialist from the comfort of your home or wherever you happen to be.

Hearing Care Focused On You, Not Your Hearing Aids

Advanced hearing technology solutions, like those available from Widex, are incredible tools we use to help you achieve better hearing, but Audiology Associates’ primary focus continues to be on the personalized hearing care our doctors of audiology provide.

In addition to providing comprehensive hearing assessments that accurately identify your hearing challenges so we can help you choose the hearing instrument best suited to meet your needs, we also provide ongoing technical support, maintenance, and hearing aid repair of Widex, Phonak, Unitron, and many other major hearing aid brands.

Let us meet your unique hearing care needs with the most advanced hearing aid technology and personalized care available in Maryland and the DC area.

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Sometimes your lifestyle, hobbies or occupation can expose you to damaging levels of noise on a regular basis. While we all wear sunscreen during the hot summers, often our ears get overlooked.

If you or a loved one is worried about your hearing, then the first step is to fill out our ‘Request a Callback’ form to discuss the options we have available.

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