Phonak Roger On Transmitter
Roger On is a remote microphone device that is particularly useful for enhancing conversations that occur in background noise, where reverberation is present, and over distance. With its ability to distinguish the direction of incoming speech and Pointing mode 2.0, you have the flexibility to focus on the conversations that truly matter at work, in lectures and during social activities.
Hear where the sound is coming from – MultiBeam 2.0 Technology automatically compares and chooses the direction with the best signal-to-noise ratio and recognises where the speech is coming from. Delivered directly to your hearing aids, this spatial information enables better conversations in noisy situations. Roger On turbo charges your hearing aids!
Zoom in on the person talking – Pointing Mode 2.0 uses three microphones in a row allowing you to zoom in on the person talking where noise is present or in a group conversation where there is a distance to a talker. This mode can be used when the microphone is held in the hand or placed on a table.
Automatic microphone modes for any use case – thanks to the built-in accelerometer Roger On recognises the sound environment and its position, and switches automatically between Table mode, Presenter mode and Pointing mode.
With its display it’s possible to see which mode is active and the status of the device.
Connect to other audio devices – it’s easy to connect Roger On to telephony, mobile phones, computers and laptops and many other devices and equipment.
Roger On conforms to IP54 standard and is protected against splashes of water and dust ingress. It can be used in everyday situations, like placed on a table where drinks are present or worn outdoors.
The myRogerMic app gives you full control. It allows you to personalise the settings of your Roger On microphone according to the environment, giving you extra control and the freedom to simply enjoy the moment.
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