PACIFIC HEARING INC
Widex Hearing Aids
Christian Tøpholm, a gifted electronics engineer, and Erik Westermann, a successful businessman, combined their talents in 1956 in order to establish Widex hearing aids. Working together at Oticon from 1949 to 1955, the company’s production rose tenfold while exports increased from 20% to 90% – successes they used to produce the Widex 561, an elegant pocket model hearing aid released in mid-1956.
Building upon their early success, the company’s exacting standards in research, development and manufacturing, a commitment to delivering innovative technology, the establishment of long-term partnerships with hearing care providers, and a “passion for sound” were continuously applied to the production of Widex hearing aids.
The development of one of the most advanced AI sound engines on the market helped launch Widex into a role of innovative leadership in the 21st century. Innovative technologies related to personalization capabilities and seamless integration with other digital technology have bolstered the Widex reputation in the hearing aid industry.
The Widex brand merged with Sivantos in 2019 to form the WS Audiology Group, making it the third largest hearing aid manufacturer in the world.
Widex Processing Technology
DEX set the gold standard for modern digital audio solutions by incorporating AI powered personalization and seamless integration with other digital technology to improve the user’s listening experience.
The Widex Fluid Sound Analyzer applies machine learning as the user moves from one location to another in order to optimize sound settings and overcome the challenges of any listening environment.
The preferred sound technology of musicians worldwide, Widex Moment technology is capable of producing more natural sound by synchronizing the arrival of processed sound with sound not processed through the hearing aid.
Widex Hearing Aids Features
Rechargeable batteries and easy personalization are among the standard features included with each Widex hearing aid. In combination with connectivity capabilities and Widex Zen Therapy, which uses iPhone and Android device connectivity to deliver white noise and other sound masking to assist with tinnitus management, users can achieve better hearing than ever before.
Using the TeamViewer app in conjunction with connectivity capabilities, users are able to receive programming adjustments, get tech support and troubleshooting, and/or receive counseling from their hearing care provider or the manufacturer from any location with an internet connection.
Hearing Care from Pacific Hearing, Inc. Is Focused on You
A big misconception many people have about hearing care is that the technology is what makes the difference. Although advanced prescription hearing aids from Widex are among the tools we use to improve your hearing, partnering with the right team of audiologists makes the difference when it comes to a lifetime of better hearing.
For more than 20 years, Pacific Hearing, Inc. has partnered with thousands of individuals in Los Angeles and nearby communities to accurately diagnose their hearing challenges and start an ongoing journey of hearing care that not only has them hearing better but also helps them reconnect with loved ones and enjoy an active, more independent lifestyle.
Along with our “Hear as Good as You’ll Ever Hear” guarantee and our thorough “test drive” process that places the focus on providing each patient with the best possible outcomes to address their unique needs, preferences, and lifestyle, we sell, fit, and repair advanced prescription hearing aids from major manufacturers like Widex, Oticon, Persona, Phonak, and more.
If you believe advanced technology hearing aids are the best solution to overcome your hearing challenges, we invite you to contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our hearing aid experts by using the adjacent form.
Schedule a Hearing Assessment
If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment.
Simply complete this form referencing your preferred day and time, and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule your appointment.
A hearing assessment is quick, non-invasive and we’ll be able to share the results with you immediately.
If you have a question or need any clarification ahead of scheduling, then you can call us at (310) 909-0180.
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