I'd appreciate any experiences that you might have to share on the
differences between the Oticon Digifocus and the Widex Senso. The Widex
has 3 setable ranges, the Digifocus has 7. The Widex has one speech
processor, the Digifocus has 2. The Widex seems to be programmable with
a simple box, the Digifocus needs a Noah. Are any of these differences
significant enough to guide my choice between the two or are they just
marketing hype ? I am currently testing Senso's and would like some
more expert advice before making my decision.
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