Hear speech clearly in noisy environments with the Phonak Roger X receiver (03). It can receive wireless signals from a range of Phonak microphones and transmit via audio shoes (sold separately*) to compatible hearing aids and cochlear implants, using the FM frequency. It’s suitable for people with up to profound hearing loss.
*Please contact us with details of the make and model of your hearing aids/cochlear implants for information on the right audio shoe for you.
Do you have difficulty hearing speech clearly when there’s a lot of background noise? The Phonak Roger X, with no buttons, connecting wires or programming software, offers a hassle-free solution. It’s suitable for people with moderately severe to profound hearing loss.
As soon as it’s turned on, the Phonak Roger X Receiver (03) connects and receives wireless signals from a range of compatible Phonak microphones: Roger Select, Roger Pen, Table Mic II, EasyPen, Clip-on Mic and Table Mic*. It then transmits directly to your hearing aid or cochlear implant, up to a distance of 20m.
Roger X is compatible with many of the hearing aids and cochlear implants currently available. You will require a direct audio input (DAI) programme on your hearing aid, sometimes known as an FM programme. Your audiologist or a cochlear implant centre will need to programme this for you.
If your hearing aid does not have a direct audio input socket, you’ll need an audio shoe adapter (bought separately). Roger X is compatible with standard MLxS audio shoe adapters. The type of audio shoe you’ll need will depend on the make and model of your hearing aid.
Compact, light, attractive and easy to use, the Roger X also remembers settings even after a loss of power – when changing a hearing aid battery or adjusting an audio shoe adapter.
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