Evoke 330 F2

SKU 00110
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Widex Evoke 330 is the advanced level hearing aids from Widex, with technology more superior than the 220. It 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. Evoke 330 Features: 1. Made for Iphone. Evoke 330 Performance: The 330 is best in the following listening circumstances: One-on-One conversations, Watching TV, Theatres, lectures and movies, Moderately noisy environments at shopping centres, meetings and outdoors, Mobile Phone, Small group conversations, Busy Restaurant, In significantly loud, noisy environments such as shopping centres, meetings and outdoors.

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