Widex Dream 220 D-9 Hearing Aid

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Widex Dream 220 D-9 hearing aid allows more sound in than any other hearing aid so you can hear more details of the world around you – and in a way that’s as true-to-life as technology allows. Even in noisy environments such as parties, sport events or at the cinema.

The Widex Dream 220 D-9 hearing aid is also more personal – only with Widex do you get online access to MY.WIDEX.COM - your personal website with all the advice and help you need on your DREAM hearing aids. Widex Dream 220 D-9 hearing aid offers ideal performance not just in one-on-one situations but also in more complex listening situations like when attending theatres, lectures and events as well as when watching TV or listening to music at home.

Listening situations

  • Parties and social events
  • Meetings and small groups
  • Shopping and public areas

Comfort for sudden sounds is preserved Natural focus on the voice in front/behind Speech enhancement for the dominant voice in a crowd Enhanced identification and cancellation of feedback Warning signals when connection is lost Excellent performance when talking on the phone, listening to music or watching TV Used with a mould this aid has a dexterity rating of 4 thumbs up. Comes with the option of a remote control to manually adjust the volume or mute the aid.

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Hearing Aid Channels: 
5
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Hearing Aid Family: 
Dream
Hearing Aid Model: 
220
D2 9
Hearing Aid Year of Manufacture: 
2013
Hearing Aid Programs: 
3
Hearing Aid App: 
no
Hearing Aid Shape: 
Behind the ear (BTE)
Micro behind the ear (MBTE)
Hearing Aid Hearing Loss Range: 
mild to severe
Hearing Aid Person: 
adult
Hearing Aid Ear Fitting: 
custom ear mould
open fitting
Hearing Aid Battery Size: 
Hearing Aid NHS: 
no
Hearing Aid Extra Features: 
specific noise reduction program
Wireless
Telecoil
Tinnitus Program
Volume Control
Acclimatization
Dexterity: 
0

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