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Below you will find a selection of Widex SUPER related publications available online. Get in touch with us if you wish to hear more and let us uncover your needs and explore how we can help your business.
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Solberg, T., Joergensen, H. S., Baekgaard, L. & Bremmers, N. (2012). User Benefits When Using a Super-power Hearing Aid. The Hearing Review, June 2012.
Kuk, F., Andersen, H., & Baekgaard, L. (2012). Hearing Aids for Severe-to-Profound Losses: Business as Usual?. The Hearing Review, March 2012.
Andersen, H.P. (2011). The Output Extender by Widex: A New Invention Designed to Increase the Output of High-Power Hearing Aids. Audio Infos 10-11, 10-11.
Kuk, F. K., & Ludvigsen, C. (2000). Hearing aid design and fitting solutions for persons with severe-to-profound losses. Hearing Journal, 53(8), 29-30,32,35-37.
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