The New Widex Moment BTE Rechargeable is one of a few Rechargeable BTE’s available.
The rechargeable Widex Moment BTE R D hearing aid will stream sound from most Apple and newer Android devices.
The Moment BTE R D can be fitted with a standard ear hook and tubing or thin tubing. Your hearing loss will determine whether the wearer is suitable for the more discrete thin tubing.
The new Moment BTE R D includes PurSound and Tru Acoustics Tecnology.
Widex Moment PureSound technology reduces the time it takes for a hearing aid to process sound. Hearing-aid wearers often report a tinny or distorted sound when listening through their aids. This is due to the time difference between a direct sound signal hitting the ear drum and the processed sound from the hearing aid. Widex PureSound has zero processing delay. Widex research concludes the benefits of zero processing delay is a natural and distortion free sound.
Widex TruAcoustics is new technology that ensures the hearing aid produces the correct amount of gain at the eardrum. For the hearing aid user, TruAcoustics technology results in an accurate fitting prescription, a natural sound and improved speech recognition.
The Widex Moment is available in 4 technology levels, 110, 220, 330 and the top of the range 440.
Prices for the Widex Moment start from £845.75, please click here for full pricing.
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