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Answering All of Your Hearing Aid Questions

Technology Level

We will help you understand the technology level of the hearing aid and what that means

The Chipset/Platform

We will help you understand the chipset or platform of hearing aids and why it is important

Wireless or Not

Are wireless hearing aids best for you? We can help you with that question

Virto V Hearing Aids

Custom or Non Custom

Which is better for you, custom hearing aids or non custom

Multi Programmes?

Do you need multi programmes in your hearing aids? We can help you with the information you need

Feature Rich Hearing Aids?

Do you need feature rich hearing aids or will a more simpler device suit you?

WIDEX DREAM 110

Launched: February 2013

Dream

Replacement for: None – New technology level addition

The Dream 110 is the basic level of technology in the Dream range of hearing aids from Widex, it has now been replaced by the Unique 110 which you can read about here.  It is available in a number of different styles including BTE (Behind the Ear), RIC (Receiver in Canal), ITE (In the Ear) and CIC (Completely in Canal).

These hearing aids are available in four different levels of technology with the Dream 110 being the lowest level in the range. You can take a look at the full range of Widex hearing aids here

The Widex Dream 110 works on the new True ISP platform technology. This offers the wearer even better sound quality and faster sound processing

Along with True ISP, Widex have improved the personal aspect of hearing aids by giving the wearer more involvement in their own hearing needs. Widex have now launched MY.WIDEX.COM. This site is for hearing aid users and contains all the information you could need to better understand your hearing loss. It explains things such as your audiogram, the hearing aids themselves and gives you more access to customer feedback.

The Dream 110 still contains some of the new ‘personal’ features from Widex as well as some of the key features that Widex have now improved

Personal Acclimatisation

This allows you to have more control over the acclimatisation levels of your hearing aids

Personal Audibility Extender

This extends the higher frequency sounds to increase their audibility

3 Channels

This is the lowest number of channels in the Dream range but still allows the hearing aid to be tuned for your hearing needs

2 Programmes

This allows you to switch the programme between listening environments                                                          

                                                              

Noise Reduction

This will help reduce background noise to ensure you hear speech sounds as clearly as possible

                                                                

Despite being a much more basic hearing aid, you can still connect the Dream 110 to the DEX range of wireless accessories.

                                                    

RC-DEX

This handy remote control allows you to adjust basic elements such as volume or programme selection

TV-DEX

The TV-DEX can transmit the sound from your television straight into your hearing aids. This gives you more freedom to adjust the volume for your personal needs

Phone-DEX

This works with your landline phone to make sure you hear conversations clearly. The added bonus is that you hear the conversation in both ears

M-DEX

This feature is similar to the Phone-DEX but is used with your mobile phone.

For more information or advice regarding Widex hearing aids then please contact us using our

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