Receivers

Roger Receivers

These compact receivers transmit the signal from a Roger microphone directly to your hearing aid or cochlear implant sound processor. With several categories available, there’s a solution that’s right for you.

There are 3 options for receivers, a MyLink neck loop, integrated receiver and the Roger X. A MyLink is worn around the neck and offers a fantastic solution via the telecoil on the hearing aid. For a more discrete receiver there are integrated receivers especially designed  for Phonak hearing aids and certain Cochlear implants. For all other hearing aids including the NHS and private,  there is the Roger X receivers that can be fitted using an audio input shoe.

Different makes and models of hearing aids have their own audio input shoes. These are easily fitted to the bottom of the existing aid by either sliding the shoe on the bottom or removing the battery compartment and replacing with the audio shoe. The main manufacturers are Phonak, Oticon, Siemens and GN resound. For advice on the correct audio input shoe for your hearing aid please contact us via Tele or email:

For the MyLink 02, click here.
For the MyLink 03, click here.

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Phonak Roger Receiver Products

Why Use Roger?

Modern hearing instruments or cochlear implants greatly improve hearing and understanding in the near field. However, in noisy situations, fewer than half of users are satisfied with hearing aids alone. Hearing sounds from further than 1.5 m / 4.5 feet away requires an extra boost, especially in the presence of background noise. Roger provides that boost.

What does Roger bring?

Roger microphones, developed especially for challenging listening situations, reduce background noise and make hearing and understanding enjoyable even in noisy environments, such as restaurants, or at a distance from the speaker.

How does Roger work?

Roger microphones make use of intelligent and adaptive algorithms that continuously measure and precisely analyze noise levels. If the noise level increases, the volume of the Roger receivers automatically increases in response. Even as high as 80 dB(A), this adaptive behavior results in optimal speech understanding.

Audio Shoes

If requiring a more discrete receiver option than a neck loop receiver or audio streamer, there are the integrated receivers especially designed  for Phonak hearing aids and certain Cochlear implants. There is also the Roger X receivers but these will require the use of an audio input shoe. Different makes and models of hearing aids have their own shoes. These are easily fitted to the bottom of the existing aid by either sliding the shoe on the bottom or removing the battery compartment and replacing with the audio shoe.

For advice on the correct audio input shoe for your hearing aid please contact us via Tele or email :

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