Roger – Assistive Listening
Bring Sound to Life
Roger connects you to classmates, colleagues, professors, friends, family, and everything important to you.
Live without compromise.
Understand up to 62% more in noise and over distance compared to people with no hearing loss
Regardless what hearing aid or cochlear implant you use, there is a compatible Roger receiver
Attach to your hearing aid or cochlear implant, and you’re ready to go. Microphone automatically adjusts to noise levels and speakers around you.
Effective for use at school, work, home or play, plus multimedia connectivity
This is Roger
Hearing aids only go so far; Roger takes hearing to a whole new level.
Just snap the tiny receivers onto your hearing aids and Roger microphones wirelessly beam sound directly to your ears. That’s it.
Roger Table Mic II
Roger Table Mic II is a microphone intended for people who participate in meetings or classes. It selects the person who is talking and switches automatically between the meeting participants.
Roger Select™ is a versatile microphone ideal for stationary situations where background noise is present. When multiple conversations take place, the listener can manually select whom to listen to.
An all-inclusive wireless microphone for use at school and home, the Roger Pen offers best speech understanding in noise and over distance, plus Bluetooth connectivity.
Available in the same colors, this is the perfect complement to a Phonak hearing aid or selected cochlear implants from Cochlear, MED-EL and Advanced Bionics.
A miniature universal receiver that’s compatible with just about every hearing aid, cochlear implant speech processor or streamer on the market.
A universal receiver compatible with any hearing aid or cochlear implant with a T-coil.
Roger – why, what and how?
Why use Roger?
Modern hearing instruments or cochlear implants greatly improve hearing and understanding in the near field. However, in noisy situations, fewer than half of users are satisfied with hearing aids alone. Hearing sounds from further than 1.5 m / 4.5 feet away requires an extra boost, especially in the presence of background noise. Roger provides that boost.
What does Roger bring?
Roger microphones, developed especially for challenging listening situations, reduce background noise and make hearing and understanding enjoyable even in noisy environments, such as restaurants, or at a distance from the speaker.
How does Roger work?
Roger microphones make use of intelligent and adaptive algorithms that continuously measure and precisely analyze noise levels. If the noise level increases, the volume of the Roger receivers automatically increases in response. Even as high as 80 dB(A), this adaptive behavior results in optimal speech understanding.
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Roger has been scientifically proven to help hearing instrument users understand up to 62% more speech in noise and over distance than people without hearing loss.