A survey once listed wind noise as the “second worst listening situation”
for hearing aid users. This is because wind noise can create turbulence as it moves past the hearing aid’s microphone, making it more difficult to hear the sound that you want to hear.
To solve this problem, Widex created a weather cover over the microphone of behind-the-ear hearing aids.
, Widex’ hearing aids, wind protection is taken to the next level. It’s all thanks to the Wind Noise Attenuation System. With this system in place, hearing aids can automatically detect wind noise
– and react immediately.
What does this mean for hearing aid users?The wind reduction system gives hearing aid users:
- Improved speech understanding
- The ability to keep hearing aids on when it is windy outside
- Quick and automatic adaptation in all types of weather
So whether it is windy forest or the ocean’s breeze, the Widex Wind Noise Manager will allow you to keep hearing all the important sounds around you.