FUSION hearing aids are wireless and can communicate with each other, and with other Widex DEX assistive listening devices to provide high-fidelity sound. FUSION hearing aids offer 3D TruSound which captures and preserves the naturalness of sounds — including speech! 3D TruSound works to provide exceptional hearing in quiet and in noise — and manages changes between different listening environments both seamlessly and naturally.
FUSION hearing aids clear up common questions!
Do you have difficulty listening to conversations?
FUSION hearing aids offer exceptional hearing of soft and distant speech — and they provide excellent hearing in quiet and difficult listening situations, like restaurants. FUSION's Advanced High Definition Locator is like having 15 microphones in one hearing aid, each adjusting continuously to optimize how you hear sounds around you.
Do you have trouble hearing on the phone?
FUSION hearing aids offer a helpful feature called Phone Plus. This feature transmits phone signals wirelessly between the hearing aids you are wearing. This means you can hold either a cell phone or a landline phone up to one ear and listen to the conversation in BOTH ears! A great benefit whenever you are having a phone conversation.
Do you have trouble hearing high-pitched sounds like a young child's voice?
FUSION hearing aids offer an Audibility Extender that works to help you hear high-pitched sounds you may not have heard in years.
Do you wish you could hear more details in music?
FUSION hearing aids offer a ClearBand System that produces high-fidelity sound. In addition to these outstanding features, FUSION also offers the InterEarTM ZEN Program — a Widex-only patented InterEar program for relaxation and tinnitus management, a Lost Partner Alarm, reduced wind noise due to a new, nano-coated weather-resistant microphone cover, and up to 5 customized listening programs.
Indications for Use:
The ZEN Program is intended to provide a relaxing sound background for adults (21 years and older) who desire to listen to such a background in quiet. It may be used as a sound therapy tool in a tinnitus treatment program that is prescribed by a licensed hearing healthcare professional (audiologists, hearing aid specialists, otolaryngologists) who is trained in tinnitus management.