Widex EVOKE™

The world's first smart hearing aid. EVOKE™ automatically makes hearing aid adjustments suited to your needs and your environment.


Widex EVOKE™

The newest Widex Evoke hearing aids, launched in 2018, are the very first hearing aids to come with machine learning capabilities. This means that they can learn user preferences of the wearer and adjust the sound algorithms accordingly. The end result of this feature (called SoundSense Learn) is a more personalized sound for the Evoke user. Evoke devices also come with 2.4 GhZ Bluetooth technology, which allows efficient and clear streaming of audio signals across devices. In addition to SoundSense Learn, the Widex Evoke smartphone app offers advanced streaming controls, volume control, program control and directional microphone focus.

Common Questions About Widex Evoke

Does Widex Evoke have any features for tinnitus?

Widex has historically been a pioneer in tinnitus relief solutions for people with hearing loss with their Widex Zen technology. The Evoke Fusion 2 hearing aids include Widex’s Zen Fractal feature for tinnitus relief. This technology creates soothing soundscapes that can help to mask buzzing, humming and other noises associated with tinnitus.

What technology levels are available in the Evoke product?

The Evoke line comes in 110, 220, 330 and 440 performance levels. The Evoke 440 is the premium level product with 15 processing channels and all of their advanced features.

Is the Evoke compatible with the Dex system?

Yes, the Evoke devices are compatible with Widex DEX assistive listening devices, including the COM-DEX Remote Mic and the and the TV Play audio transmitter.

Can you connect the Evoke to an Android phone?

In addition to Made-for-iPhone capability, Evoke has additional 2.4 GHz Bluetooth connectivity, utilizing an accessory streamer for Androids and other non-iOS (iPhone) bluetooth devices. At this time, you cannot stream directly from an Android to Evoke without an additional streaming device.

Does the Evoke have a telecoil?

Yes, 3 of the 4 standard models have a telecoil. The Fashion Mini does not have a telecoil, while the Fusion 2, Fashion and BTE 13D all come equipped with the technology.

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