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Manufacturer: Widex
Latest Version: Yes
Dimensions / Weight: Unknown
Battery life: 8 hours audio streaming
Price: £295.00  Click for full details
Streaming Range: Up to 10 metres
Standalone: Yes

The Widex COM-DEX solution streams sounds to your compatible wireless Widex hearing aids from the smartphone so you can hear the phone conversation clearly even in noisy environments.

IMPORTANT: Some of the technological features described may not be as effective or suitable depending upon the severity and nature of your hearing loss. A fully qualified and registered Audiologist or Hearing Aid Audiologist will be able to advise accordingly.

The Widex COM-DEX is a stylish, hands-free communication solution that streams high-quality sound to your hearing aids.

– You can stream high-quality sound from any Bluetooth device to your Widex hearing aid
– You can hear the conversation partner clearly, either in noisy environments or at a distance
– You can control the hearing aid and microphone discreetly using the free app
– Up to 8 hours streaming time.

COM-DEX gives you  access to a world of opportunities. It doesn’t just stream calls, but music and more, effortlessly and instantly. It’s also stylish and comes in a range of three attractive colours for more personal feeling

– Some of the things you can do with COM-DEX app:
– Adjust volume settings, change programs or alter sound levels of hearing aids
– Choose the direction of the sound
– Stream high-quality music or other sound for hours
– Personalize the COM-DEX app with various wallpapers
– See COM-DEX battery status.


Anyone with tinnitus can benefit from the ReSound Relief™ app as part of a tinnitus management program. It offers a combination of sound therapy and relaxing exercises that aim to distract you from focusing on your tinnitus.

WIDEX COM-DEX: Connect, Control, Communicate

With the new WIDEX COM-DEX™ users can enjoy hands-free streaming from any mobile phone to UNIQUE™ hearing aids. This means that users can now stream music, phone calls and much more directly to their WIDEX UNIQUE™ hearing aids. When users have downloaded the COM-DEX™ app to their iPhone, or iWatch they can adjust volume, direction of the sound, see battery status and much more. In other words: Adjust the settings of their digital hearing aids without having to touch them..

Courtesy of Widex

COM-DEX tutorial: Getting Started

Welcome to this tutorial on how to use COM-DEX. The COM-DEX is the Bluetooth phone based control method that will revolutionize the hearing aid experience and allow completely hands-free operation!Courtesy of Widex Academy

COM-DEX tutorial: The COM-DEX app

Welcome to this tutorial on the COM-DEX App – a Widex app that allows Widex hearing aids to be controlled with true flexibility and style!

Courtesy of Widex Academy

COM-DEX tutorial: Bluetooth

Welcome to this tutorial on how to pair a COM-DEX with a mobile phone using the Bluetooth standard.Courtesy of Widex Academy

Name Link
Widex COM-DEX User Guide Download
Widex COM-DEX Flyer Download
Widex COM-DEX Mobile Phone Compatibility Download
Widex COM-DEX Quick Guide to Connecting Two Phones With COM-DEX Download
Widex COM-DEX Troubleshooting Download
Widex COM-DEX Questions And Answers Download

Questions & Answers

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Widex 330 aids with com-dex2 years ago

I have been using the 330s with the com-dex for about 5 months with no problems. Now the device pairing lights and charge lights etc do not operate at all. Device is charged and seems to be operating but no lights for pairing etc. Running 1.3 software. ?????
Robert O\'Day
Location: Edmond, US

There may be a simple problem with the lights no longer actually working within the device, although the device itself is still operating. It\'s best to have your Audiologist to examine themselves as it may require returning to Widex for repair.

2 years ago

What is the femle voice saying on the Com-Dex, which sounds lik \"nasty\"?1 year ago

John C. Waugh
Location: Pantego TX, US

Dear John, I really can\'t help you with this one I\'m afraid. I\'m not sure what else it is trying to say that sounds similar to \'nasty\'. I would advice you consult with your Audiologist to see how it how your hearing aids have been programmed and if there any notifications that have been enabled that sound like \'nasty\'.

1 year ago