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80% score based on 27 reviews
The Widex EVOKE™ Fusion 2 is based on the WIDEX E-platform, with Fluid Sound Technology that handles automatic processing more accurately and faster than before. WIDEX RIC is the first hearing aid to use Sound-Sense Learn to learn from the wearer's preferences and help guide them to a better, more personalized sound. The RIC has an optional ZPower rechargeable solution.
2.4 GHz Bluetooth connectivity with the customizable App allows for direct streaming of audio as well as direct control from smartphones and tablets.
- Direct wireless mobile connectivity (2.4 GHz)
- Multiple wireless connectivity options via WidexLink technology and TONELINK App
- Compatible with the DEX assistive listening devices
- 4 performance levels 440/330/220
- Uses a size 312 battery
- Protection class IP68 (only non-rechargeable solution)
- Source: Widex
Professionally-fitted hearing aid
Release Date: 17 April 2018
The Widex EVOKE Fusion 2 has a telecoil, a push button (program control and volume control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, uses size 312 hearing aid batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone.
Professionally-fitted hearing aid
Release Date: 17 April 2018
The Widex EVOKE Fashion Mini has a push button (program control and volume control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, uses size 312 hearing aid batteries, and is Android compatible.
Professionally-fitted hearing aid
Release Date: 17 April 2018
The Widex EVOKE Fashion has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button (program control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, uses size 312 hearing aid batteries, and is Android compatible.
|Widex EVOKE Fusion 2||Widex EVOKE Fashion Mini||Widex EVOKE Fashion|
|Disposable Batteries||Battery Size
|IP Rating (Liquid)||8||8||8|
|IP Rating (Solid)||6||6||6|
|Made For iPhone||Lowest iOS Version
|Push Button||Push Button Options
||Push Button Options
||Push Button Options
|Water Resistant Coating|
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|Widex EVOKE 110||Widex EVOKE 220||Widex EVOKE 330||Widex EVOKE 440|
|Stereo Audio Streaming||Stereo streaming (2.4 GHz)||Stereo streaming (2.4 GHz)||Stereo streaming (2.4 GHz)||Stereo streaming (2.4 GHz)|
Fine tuning channels
Fluid Sound Analyzer
Number of "Sound Classes"
|3||4||7 (IE)||11 (IE)|
|Fluid Sound Controller|
High Definition Locator
Number of channels
|Soft-level noise reduction|
Speech Enhancer RT
Real-time, Inter-ear, or both?
|Variable Speed Compression|
Stereo Effect with InterEar ZEN
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My hearing aid is compatible with my iPhone and TV Play. When using these I hear every word clearly and I'm very happy with this. I no longer need closed captioning and feel less disabled and feel I can communicate better. I did not have a cell phone earlier because I couldn't hear on any phone. I love this new tech!
I’m fairly new to hearing aids. I trialed oticon opn 1 for two months but clarity in speech was a problem I had with them. I’ve had Widex Evoke Fusion 2 440’s now for about 6 weeks now. I’m extremely happy with them. I have an iphone 8 and enjoy using the Evoke app. I’ve had the music and zen programs added as well as tv play which streams the tv directly to your hearing aids. These all work very well for me. I do use sound sense learn and have found it extremely helpful, especially in a mall setting. I can now hear a cashier when they speak to me. That used to be a real problem for me.
Only 2.5 weeks into the trial but life is better across the board already. Was worried about things sounding artificial or otherwise unnatural but so far I am grinning ear to ear for the improvements to my mild/moderate hearing loss. As a music lover, I went for top of the line so I wouldn't have that nagging doubt about my choice later but have to admit the price point is hard to get comfortable with. I needs to come down but I didn't want to wait.
Let me start by saying that my hearing loss is moderate and I have only just started to wear hearing aids. I do not need the hearing aids in quiet environments although they do help when I am watching TV. The WIDEX Evoke are the only hearing aids I have experience with so I do not have any reference for comparison. Nevertheless, I am extremely happy and satisfied with the Evoke Fusion 2. I work in a high school where I have trouble understanding students in crowded settings such as the hallways and common areas. I also have trouble with students (and others) who speak softly. I also have trouble in restaurants and other noisy environments. The WIDEX hearing aids are helping me to hear in all of these environments. I find the "Party" program to be the most beneficial. In this mode, the hearing aids do a nice job of quieting the background noise in a natural way. I am able to select different programs and the volume through my iPhone and my Apple Watch. This is very convenient. I can also stream music, podcasts, radio, and other media to the hearing aids - just like what I can do with my AirPods. As with all hearing aids (I can imagine), there is a learning curve and time needed for the mind and body to acclimate to the device. It is important that when pairing the hearing aids with an iPhone, that your iPhone is on the General/Settings/Accessibility/MFi Hearing Devices screen to recognize the hearing aids. Also, it's helpful to turn streaming off (via the iPhone) when in your car to eliminate contention between the car's Bluetooth and the hearing aid's Bluetooth. Otherwise, you may experience clicking as the iPhone switches back and forth from the car's Bluetooth system to the hearing aid's Bluetooth. This is a nuisance, but I think it is an issue many streaming-enabled hearing aids may have when used in a Bluetooth-enabled car. All things considered, I am a very satisfied user of the WIDEX Evoke Fusion 2 hearing aid. I have learned a lot about how to best use the product and am willing to answer questions you may have.
My new Widex Evoke hearing aids are wonderful!! They provide a significant improvement over my previous hearing aids for all sounds. The clarity is exceptional, and the hearing aids do an excellent job of automatically adjusting to any environment I find myself in. The combination of the hearing aids and the features of the application on my phone have made my transition to these hearing aids seamless. The Sound Sense Learn feature in the application allows me to optimize what I want to hear in even the noisiest environments. These are definitely the best hearing aids I have worn!!
I got widex 220 1 year ago, highly overpriced ,and not able to get them programmed correctly, have tried 3 different audiologist, none can get them to stop whistling, nor can they program them for voice, all it amplifies is noise, especially behind and below you, so for me, i won't buy another widex product
This is my third set of hearing aids and they are far superior to anything I could have imagined in options and clearity... One of the real positive things for me was the elimination of the constant ringing in my ears for many many years .... now , however, after about 5 minutes of use the various ringing frequencies I previously heard are gone. The positional N-S-E-W feature is terrific..
Hearing aids are fine, and an improvement over my older Resound units. My only complaint is the TV module uses the old L and R banana plugs, where the Resound used the digital optical cable. I am mystified why Widex would have used older technology when the digital cable connection offers more reliability and better sound quality.
Overall a great improvement, the biggest struggle I have is with severe SNR (signal to noise) with speech (>14dB). The Evokes do have a lot of processing with noise reduction and speech audibility and vastly improve this for me. Previously tried other manufacturers products four to five years ago but found no significant improvement; with the Evokes, my experience of sounds in general has changed dramatically as has intelligibility of voice with any background noise. Soundsense has been rather useful although I'm a little disappointed that this (at least on information presented in the iPhone app) does not impact any noise reduction algorithms or DSP that I'm aware of, however this feature still helps considerably with picking out a particular voice or drowning out other noises without having to fiddle with the equaliser manually. I do notice the AGC and profile changing automatically with various environments although still prefer to switch programmes manually but this is not a negative point, just something I've noticed over the last few weeks of use. The new Impact programme is particularly good for speech in noise I've found over all others and Transport is comfortable. There's no way to mute using the hardware buttons on the hearing airs themselves if you want to have control over comfort/audibility (not quite volume but volume) and the ability to change programme. It's either programme or mute unfortunately but there's always control via the iPhone app. Streaming is good, as are custom programmes via the iPhone app, it would be nice to have this automatically select Music when streaming but apparently over time they are supposed to learn preferences so will see what happens here. Overall, I am quite happy with them and will be keeping, although it was a close and very hard call between Widex (more natural sound, better noise reduction/speech audibility) and Phonak (better accessories and design/also inbuilt ability for Roger FM system).
Review of Widex Evoke Fusion2 440 RIC Brief background: I tried five hearing aids before selecting Widex Evoke Phonak Brio 2 (Costco) Resound Forte (Costco) Oticon OPN1 Phonak Audeo B-R Widex Evoke Fusion2 440 RIC 2.4 The Widex Evoke turned out to be the best solution for me (especially in noisy environments like restaurants or parties). I was surprised that the Oticon OPN1 was not the best considering the postive comments on the forum. The Costco hearing aid performance was most likely poor due the inexperience of the HIS (This was the second Costco I tried since the first one had a three month wait due to sick leave and other issues). The Evoke app for the Iphone can be loaded from the Apple app store. It is relatively easy to use and can be used for a number of functions. There is volume adjust and mute as well as an independent adjust of volume for each hearing aid( right and left). For the RIC model volume can be increased by doing a short press of the adjustment button on the right hearing aid and the left side will decrease the volume. Also a long press will allow one to cycle through the programs which have been installed by the Audiologist. Presently I have three programs: Universal, Restaurant, Music, plus the directional focus function that must be selected by the app. In my case the Restaurant program has been created by the audiologist for noisy environments while still maintaining some of the automatic processing of the Universal program for different environments. In the future I may want to add another program such as the Party program which does not have the automatic selection capability. The Soundsense Learn function is accessed from the basic sound menu on the app and involves making a number of program A/B comparisons based on the initial program (i.e. Universal, Music, etc.) In comparing A versus B the choices are: neither is better, A(orB) is slightly better, A(orB) is moderately better, A(orB) is much better. The number of comparisons can be as many as 20. However it is stated that a significant amount of optimization can obtained after only three comparisons. The app actually pauses after 7 comparisons and asks if you would like to use the present result or continue with more comparisons. The result can be saved as a favorite with a name from a pre selected list. Unforunately the app does not let you create a custon name. The main challenge for me in using Soundsense Learn is the amount of time it takes to do the comparisons while keeping the sound environment constant. For example, it would be nice to have the same person speaking in the restaurant situation during the entire A/B comparison operation. Even though I am still learning to use this function it appears to be very effective in creating custom programs for various environments. PRO MFI excellent stereo streaming from Iphone 6 and calling connectiions Speech clarity Good music program and a three band equalizer Selectable directionality if desired (right, left, forward, or backward) Many selectable programs for the audiologist to choose from Good feedback management Ability to enhance performance for each program and environments via soundsense learn on the Evoke Iphone app. CON Can't create custom names for favorite programs
Overall, the performance has exceeded my expectations. I upgraded from an older pair of Widex Clear hearing aids to get the iPhone connection and it has really made a difference for me. I enjoy streaming Netflix while my wife sleeps. Only downside is I need more sleep. The actual hearing has improved as well, but I haven't played around much with the machine learning stuff yet. Hopefully that will help as noisy places are still hard for me.
Very expensive mistake. Paid over $7000 and I regret this purchase. I could not recommend these hearing aids to anyone especially at this price point. I think the marketing hype is not a fair representation of the functions of these hearing aids.
I'm 64, male and these are my first hearing aids, so I can't compare to anything else. My hearing loss is high frequency apparently due to unprotected gun shooting as a child, so I've never been aware of a hearing loss until my now much more advanced age and complaints from my spouse. Now, with this hearing aid I can hear light breezes in the trees, change in my pocket and generally brighter, more detailed audible input. These Evoke fusion 2 330's seem to working hard and successfully at evaluating the environment and changing to react. I can hear the changes as I walk from my machine production floor to my office, for instance. Seems very sophisticated. Hard to say how effective, though since it's only been a couple of weeks and I'm not sure my brain has adjusted completely. I sense no magic bullet for troublesome environments like noisy restaurants. It was difficult before and is still difficult. I was told to expect this. I had a troublesome receiver wire in one unit that was quickly replaced and remedied by the local audiologist's staff. Bottom line is that I am certain that these have massively improved my hearing, but I find it impossible to quantify. I really love the Bluetooth music capability and the adjustable sound fields through my Iphone App. I notice some instability with Bluetooth streaming but not bad. The annoying problem with a receiver wire cutting out was surprisingly easy to fix and they seem solid as a rock now. Comfortable too, even with glasses. So, thumbs up and I sure wish they were not so expensive. I got the rechargeable batteries, which suits me.
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