One undisputed area is sound quality which has dramatically improved in recent years with the advent of digital processing.
This feature is directly related to the complexity of the computer inside the hearing aid and its ability to carry out analysis, calculations and react to any sound environment it encounters.
A further improvement has been in the visual appeal with some literally invisible to the eye. The balance of technical improvement and visual impact presents significant challenges to designers but today they are winning this battle too.
When someone has a more severe hearing impairment the necessity for high-powered hearing aids is a prerequisite.
A new superpower hearing device from Widex is now bridging the gap for high-quality sound, coupled with superior aesthetic appeal.
It is fantastic to see a development for people who have a greater degree of hearing loss where all of these factors are been successfully addressed.
Widex Super Power packs incredible processing power in a device worn behind the ear which is connected by a thin wire terminating in an extra powerful loudspeaker placed within the ear canal itself.
If you follow this link http://tinyurl.com/863gkar to the widex website you can read more about this new development.
This link http://tinyurl.com/7t64d3s will send you to our contact page where you can request more information and arrange an appointment to see one of our audiologists to discuss how Super might work for you.