The Widex Dream 440 Fusion filter change at Keynsham Hearing Centre, Bristol/Bath video demonstrates how easy it is to change the filter on this hearing aid. The Widex Dream 440 Fusion is a receiver in the canal device. This is very discrete instrument suitable for a mild to moderate hearing loss. A speaker (Receiver) on the end of a wire directs sound into the ear without blocking the canal, this makes it very comfortable.

Inspecting your Widex Dream 440 fusion hearing aid

One of the regular problems that some people have is wax ingress into the filter or speaker of their receiver in the ear canal hearing aids.
Modern day products have a start up tune, and what you can find when you put the hearing aid on you are not getting the same response that you were getting before, so that’s a good indication to have a look at the instrument.

Widex Dream 440 fusion hearing aid.

With the Widex Dream 440 Fusion hearing aid, if you can actually see wax and skin debris in then great, but it’s even suggested that after a month or two if you are having any issues, the sound quality isn’t as good as it used to be it’s well worth changing the filter anyway.

Widex Dream 440 filter after dome removed

In order to change the filter on the Widex Dream 440 Fusion, the thing to do is hold the speaker, with your finger and thumb, ease the dome off, that will expose the filter underneath preferably under a good light over a towel in case the instrument falls of it will slide onto the floor.

Replacing the Widex Dream 440 filter

Take a filter stick out, hold the speaker nice and firmly, line up and insert the jagged point, tease the old filter out and turn the stick over and put the new one in.
That’s a typical filter change for a Widex Dream 440 fusion hearing aid

  • Hearing aid Filter replacement at the Keynsham Hearing Centre
  • Here at the Keynsham Hearing Centre we can change most hearing aid filters no matter what the brand is, from GN Resound LiNX or LiNX2 through to the Widex Dream range of hearing aids. It’s easy to lose sound clarity if the Filter or dome is full of skin debris or wax. Changing the filter is no longer a mystery as we show you how.

    If you cannot make it to our centre here in Keynsham we have made you a few videos showing you in HD detail on how you can change the filter yourself. Take a look at how you can change the filter on a Widex 440, GN LiNX2 and Unitron range of hearing aids, Stephen Neal shows you in an easy ‘How To’ format of video.

  • Keynsham Hearing Centre services the following local towns and villages
  • Keynsham, Bristol, Bath, Frome, Cardiff, Somerset, Radstock, Paulton, Shepton Mallet, Pensford, Clutton, Banwell, Weston-Super-Mare, Winford, Chew Stoke, West Harptree, Bishops Sutton, Chew Magna, Priddy, Cheddar, Axbridge, Wrington, Cleeve, Yatton, Timsbury, Midsomer Norton, High Littleton, Farmborough, Peasedown St John, Longwell Green, Corston, Combe Down, Warmley, Ston Easton