Natural sound wirelessly
Want to hear natural sound? Our wireless hearing aid family CLEAR lets you hear as close to natural sound as possible.
CLEAR hearing aids can communicate wirelessly with each other – just like two ears do. This means that all the functions in your hearing aids are adjusted instantly depending on your listening environment. So even when you’re going from soft sounds to louder sounds, you can hear clearly.
CLEAR also meets the challenge of hearing from different directions. It is the only Widex hearing aid that lets you focus on sound in selected directions without turning your head – perfect if you’re driving, for example.
And combined with a unique range of our DEX wireless accessories, some of the more difficult listening situations, such as watching television, listening to music or using your mobile phone, are made easier. The DEX devices are compatible with all models across the CLEAR family.
There are CLEAR models and styles to suit all types of hearing loss and in several price segments.
The CLEAR family:
The high-end CLEAR440 series comes with an incredible wide range of features designed to give users a natural sound experience. Zen, the revolutionary tone and relaxation program, plays random and harmonic tones in stereo to help you relax or manage tinnitus.
And with the FreeFocus feature, you can focus on sound in selected directions – front, back, left and right – without having to turn your head.
The mid-range CLEAR330 series gives you clear sound of high quality.
Unwanted sounds are treated to ensure clarity and comfort of sound while short and abrupt sounds are softened.
And because CLEAR330 hearing aids can communicate with each other, any potential feedback or whistling is dealt with quickly in both ears.
The CLEAR220 series offers you wireless hearing aids at an affordable price.
You can experience a world of natural sound no matter what the situation.
Hearing high frequency sounds, such as birdsong and music, is easier – as is speech, as CLEAR220 moves otherwise inaudible sounds down to where you can better understand them.