Struggling to hear in noisy situations or at a distance?

We have the solution!

Phonak’s latest Roger Technology offers the latest wireless devices to help you understand more speech, more of the time especially in those challenging environments.

Roger Pen is a cutting-edge wireless microphone that enables people with hearing loss to hear and understand more speech in loud noise and over distance.

Built on game-changing Roger technology, this fully automated solution is proven to perform better than any wireless microphone in the industry. It can be used as a standalone microphone or alongside other Roger Pens or the Roger Clip-On Mic. It also features Bluetooth for cell phone calling, and can also be used to listen to TV and multimedia.

The video clip below shows an example of one of the many ways that Roger Technology can be used;

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.