Widex Moment 440 Hearing Aid Review

When listening to music through hearing aids, many patients perceive music to be distorted and they are unable to enjoy music. Sometimes the processing of the hearing aids causes that artificial sound and distorted signals.  

With the Widex Moment 440, music will sound more natural and won’t have that distorted quality hearing aids have! The Moment 440 is Widex’s top-of-the-line hearing aid that offers many programs compared to the lower technology levels, does better in noise, has SoundSense Learn artificial technology and has a feature called ZeroDelay Technology.  

The SoundSense Learn technology allows the user to tailor the hearing aids for specific listening situations. This is done in the smartphone app where the user is able to compare different sound profiles and is able to select the profile that is the best and most suitable for that situation.  

The ZeroDelay technology eliminates delay-based distortion by reducing the processing delay between the microphone and receiver to less than 0.5 ms. This allows the hearing aid to overcome artificial sound. Since this is the fastest processing time of any hearing aid on the market, many consumers say this hearing aid produces the most natural sound.  

As of now, the Moment line is able to stream directly to iPhones and Android phones depending on the hearing aid model and the phone model. The free app allows users to adjust volume, pitch, directional focus, and to use the SoundSense Learn technology. Accessories like the COM-DEX, which is a Bluetooth streamer, are available to purchase.  

If you are interested in the Widex Moment, contact Gardner Audiology at gardneraudiology.com or 1-800-277-1182 

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