Phonak Roger is one of the most important strands of hearing aid technology to help people hear in challenging, noisy and reverberant environments. Here is how it works;

The microphone of your primary transmitter, typically Roger On (to the right) picks up a speaker’s words. This audio is sent via a high quality wireless radio signal directly to your receivers. These are connected to your hearing aids as the person using Phonak Roger. The resulting high sound quality ‘direct audio input’ you hear is widely accepted to lead to greatly improved hearing benefits.

The sound you hear is in its optimal state, free from attenuation (natural volume decay over distance), reverberation and distortion, and (by making use of some very sophisticated technology ) the most intrusive aspects of background noise. Some ambient sounds are usually still picked up by your hearing aid microphones. This helps create the most natural sound environment along with the best possible hearing quality.

  • Phonak Roger operates as effectively in sunlight as it does indoors and it can transmit through solid objects.
  • Roger helps in noisy school, workplace and social environments, in the car and many more areas.
  • It works together with your hearing aids to improve speech understanding immensely.
  • For more in depth information on how Phonak Roger works and can help you click to go to our sister website FM Hearing Systems

Some Phonak Roger Transmitters – Roger On Roger SelectRoger Clip-on MicRoger Table MicTouchscreen Mic

Some Phonak Roger Receivers – Roger XRoger Neckloop

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