Based on a new digital signal processing chip set and proprietary 2.4 GHz digital transmission technology, the Phonak wireless devices promise substantial new benefits for hearing-aid users, especially those with severe hearing loss.
The Roger wireless devices include:
- Phonak DECT CP1 Cordless Phone, which transmits landline phone signals directly into both of the user’s hearing aids, providing far more clarity than a signal picked up from the speaker on the telephone’s earpiece and re-amplified by the hearing aids;
- Roger Pen, a remote microphone and mobile-phone Bluetooth transmitter that streams audio directly into Phonak hearing aids;
- Roger Clip-On Mic, a microphone that can be placed on a table or clipped unobtrusively onto your conversation partner’s lapel to stream his or her voice directly into your hearing aids from across the room;
- A TV audio streamer, which doubles as a battery-charging docking station for the Roger Pen and Clip-On Mic — when plugged into the television or stereo system, it transmits clear audio directly into the user’s hearing aids.
You don’t even need a Phonak hearing aid to take advantages of these great features, many hearing aid models can access Roger Technology.
** Your hearing aids need a wireless connection, DAi or a Loop system to use Roger Technology.