Audiologist Dan Hewson Opinion on the Widex Moment

An Audiologist’s Opinion on the Widex Moment

by | Mar 21, 2023 | Hearing Aids, Patient Resources, Technology

My passion as a hearing care professional is to make sure everyone here in the Phoenix region and throughout Arizona has access to 5-star hearing healthcare for a fulfilled lifestyle.

Hearing aids are usually a big part of this, and since technology has become so advanced, why not use it to reconnect with the people and things we love?

Before making any decisions, it’s vital to contact a professional audiologist who can provide the best hearing aid solution tailored to your needs. I often get asked which hearing aids are the best, and there are many great options available.

The Widex Moment line of hearing aids is the latest technology in hearing aid innovation. With the latest advancements in hearing aid technology, the Moment line provides a range of features designed to improve listening experiences for people with a hearing loss.

From advanced noise cancellation to Bluetooth connectivity, the Moment line of hearing aids allows users to customize their hearing experience to suit their needs.

In this article, I will discuss the unique features of the Widex Moment, whether it is the proper hearing technology for you, and what the steps are to get a pair for yourself.

But first, let’s start at the beginning.

Who Is Widex?

Widex is a Danish hearing aid manufacturer founded in 1956 by brothers Hans and Erik Westermann. The company initially focused on providing hearing solutions for the industrial sector but soon began researching and developing hearing aids for the consumer market.

In the 2000s, Widex began developing hearing aids with wireless technology, allowing users to stream audio directly from their phones or other devices. In 2009, they released the Widex Dream hearing aid, the first to feature wireless technology.

In 2013, they released the Widex Beyond hearing aid, which was the first hearing aid with a built-in Bluetooth system. This allowed users to connect to other devices and adjust their hearing aid settings directly from their smartphone.

Widex is now one of the leading hearing aid manufacturers in the world, with a wide range of products designed to meet the needs of different hearing loss levels.

They continue to research and develop new technologies to enhance the user experience and improve hearing health. We continue to partner with them to provide the best hearing care possible.

Widex Moment Key Features

Streamlined Design is unique and makes them almost invisible when worn.

Sound Quality features advanced digital processing and sound optimization technology, providing you with a natural and realistic sound experience.

Durability is at the forefront, and it is designed with a strong and sturdy construction that can withstand daily wear and tear.

Easy to Use controls feature a simple and intuitive user interface, making it easy to adjust settings and customize the sound experience yourself.

Strong connectivity is compatible with a range of Bluetooth-enabled devices, allowing you to stream audio content directly to their hearing aids.

Comfort is achieved with multiple size options and years of experience working with people just like you. We can also make changes in our office to customize these to your ears.

It all starts with a hearing test. Click here.

● Battery Life is long-lasting, so you can enjoy up to 18 hours of listening time on a single charge.

Select One of Three Models

These represent the latest Widex technology, and we are very familiar with what each model can do and who will benefit most.

Moment mRIC R D

Moment mRIC R D is a receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid with a discreet design.

It’s designed to provide a natural sound quality with improved feedback cancellation, noise reduction, and EchoShield technology.

It also has a built-in telecoil and tinnitus masker, making it a suitable option for those with a hearing loss and tinnitus.

The results were overwhelmingly positive! 95% agreed that the sound was ‘natural’ and ‘clear’.

CIC Micro

The Micro is a smaller, custom-fit version of the Moment mRIC R D. It has a slimmer, less visual design and is made to be comfortable and discreet. Like the Moment mRIC R D, it also has improved feedback cancellation, noise reduction, EchoShield technology, and a built-in telecoil and tinnitus masker.

Moment BTE R D

Moment BTE R D is a modern, advanced behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid. It’s designed to provide a natural sound quality and has a built-in telecoil and tinnitus masker. It is also compatible with Widex’s ClearLink app, which allows users to control their hearing aids remotely.

4 Steps to Choosing the Best Hearing Aid for You

  1. Speak to your audiologist. All of us here at Ascent are experts in hearing loss, hearing aids, and your own individual needs. We can help you decide which type of hearing aid is best for your hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget.
  2. Get a hearing test. Before you purchase a hearing aid, be sure to have a hearing test to assess your hearing loss accurately. This will help us decide which type of hearing aid is best for you.
  3. Consider your lifestyle. Consider your lifestyle when choosing a hearing aid. Different types of hearing aids are designed for different kinds of lifestyles and hearing loss.
  4. Get the right fit. We’ll work with you to make sure that the hearing aid fits, is operating correctly, and is wearable throughout the entire day.

Contact us to learn more about the Widex Moment and try them for yourself with the support of one of our experts. Or, request a callback below.

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Daniel Hewson

Born and raised in Western New York, Dan Hewson comes to our practice with over 19 years of experience in the field. With a master’s degree in audiology from SUNY Fredonia, Mr. Hewson has extensive experience working in several of the largest Otolaryngology practices in the country, and also as a Regional Manager with Siemens Medical Audiology Division. Father, husband, and full-time employee with us, Dan is currently a student working to earn his doctorate in audiology; it should be completed by 2018.

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