The Widex Evokes also come with the SoundSense Learn feature, which allows the wearer much more control in the moment over their hearing aid then any other brand. If you don’t like the sound you’re getting in a particularly challenging environment, you can activate the feature and then listen to several A/B comparisons of sound, choosing each time which one is better. With a few of these sequences, you literally “dial in” exactly the sound that works for you and can save it as a preference for future use (if you want). I’ve attached a .pdf overview, if helpful.
I love that I don’t have to go back to Audiologist and try to describe the sound and what wasn’t working for me and then have them try to interpret what I’m saying and apply that to my programming in an effort to help me (that may or may not actually work).
Widex is also known for a natural sound that works really well for music, especially with their music program.
ChrisEvoke_SoundSense_Learn.pdf (786.5 KB)