How much does a Widex Moment 440 cost?
Widex Moment Hearing Aid Prices
|Model||One Device||Two Devices|
|Moment mRIC 330||$1,830||$3,360|
|Moment mRIC 220||$1,604||$2,908|
What does RIC hearing aid mean?
Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aids—also referred to as receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) or canal receiver technology (CRT)—are smaller than standard BTE models, but are easy to maneuver and can still house a variety of features. Like standard BTEs, they can be worn comfortably behind the ear.
How much does a RIC hearing aid cost?
The average prices for RIC hearing aids in mid-2017 were $1,346, $2,039, and $2,715 (medians: $1,273, $2,000, and $2,900) for economy, mid-level, and premium hearing aids, respectively, for all respondents in this survey (Table 1).
What is the difference between BTE and RIC hearing aid?
The difference between them is that RIC hearing aids have the receiver chip (or speaker) actually inside the dome which goes into the ear, whereas BTE hearing aids have the receiver in the main body behind the ear and the sound is sent down the tube. Learn more about advantages and disadvantages.
What is the difference between Widex moment 330 and 440?
Widex Moment 440 — Premium features include 15 frequency bands, 5 programs, feedback cancellation, noise reduction, speech enhancement and directionality. Widex Moment 330 — Advanced level technology with 12 frequency bands, 4 programs, feedback cancellation, noise reduction and directionality.
Which is better BTE or RIC?
RIC hearing aids can also offer considerable range, but those with severe hearing loss may still need the extra boost from a BTE style. One of the most significant differences between RIC and BTE hearing aids is the location of the speaker (or receiver).
What is the smallest RIC hearing aid?
Moxi Now RIC
Unitron’s tiny Moxi Now RIC hearing aid is roughly the size of 2 stacked blueberries. According to Unitron, Moxi Now measures just 20.2mm tall and 6.5mm wide–about the size of two stacked blueberries.
What do you think of the Widex unique 440?
The Unique 440 is the top of the range hearing aids in Widex’s new “Unique” range. We have been impressed with the results that we have seen with this hearing aid so far. We have been fitting it since late October and our customers have nothing but praise for the hearing devices. You can take a look at the full range of Widex hearing aids here
What makes the Widex dream range different?
The DREAM range runs on one of the fastest and most powerful microchips in the hearing aid industry – True ISP (Integrated Signal Processor) – and comes in 3 technology levels – DREAM 440, DREAM 330 and DREAM 220. The Widex Passion is designed for performance and maximum discretion.
What makes the Widex passion unique?
The Widex Passion is designed for performance and maximum discretion. The Widex Passion is one of the smallest receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids with a cosmetic and ergonomic design.
Why choose Widex hearing aids?
As you would expect, Widex have produced an excellent range of hearing aids, with a number of features not available in any other hearing aid. Widex hearing aids are already known for their own unique sound, now combined with some ground breaking features we think that they can justify calling the product “Unique”