The new assistive listening device, COM-DEX Remote Mic, introduced by Widex has been designed to help hearing aid wearers to hear speech in the most difficult one-to-one listening situations.
The COM – DEX Remote Mic works with the COM-DEX wireless bluetooth accessory to give better one-to one speech understanding in many difficult listening situations such as noisy restaurants, in the car or in meetings.
The Remote Mic is clipped onto the speaker’s clothing and is then controlled by the COM-DEX App. Sound is then streamed directly to the wearer’s Widex hearing aids via the COM-DEX blutooth device.
Widex say the new Remote Mic offers up to 8 hours of streaming time, with a range of 10 metres for a comfortable conversation. Wireless connection via COM-DEX is available for all Widex hearing aids and there is an updated COM-DEX App for remote control of the mic.
Widex President Jeffrey Geigel says that the Widex COM-DEX Remote Microphone is a valuable addition to the Widex family of assistive listening devices “Our hearing aids already help people to hear speech in noisy environments” said Geigel in a press statement.”The COM-DEX Remote Mic is designed as an add-on for those situations where background noise is especially intense. This is the answer to difficult one-to-one listening situations.”
The COM-DEX Remote Mic is now available from Preston Hearing Centre.