Roger™ Receivers

These 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.

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    Connect and go

    Once the Roger receivers are attached or installed, you are ready to use any Roger wireless microphone

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    Aesthetic appeal

    Appealing solutions for Phonak hearing aids and selected cochlear implants

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    Roger for everyone

    Regardless what hearing aid or cochlear implant you use, there is a compatible Roger receiver

Roger with Paradise and Marvel

Roger now streams directly to Paradise and Marvel hearing aids. After a simple installation process of the receivers, you benefit from the proven performance of Roger1, without attaching an external receiver.

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Roger design-integrated receiver

Available in the same colors, this is the perfect complement to a Phonak hearing aid or selected cochlear implants from Cochlear, MED-EL and Advanced Bionics.

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Roger miniature universal receiver

Roger X is a miniature universal Roger receiver that's compatible with just about every hearing aid, cochlear implant speech processor or streamer on the market.

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Roger inductive neckloop receiver

Roger NeckLoop is a universal receiver compatible with any hearing aid or cochlear implant with a T-coil.

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Roger Focus II

This wireless Roger receiver helps kids with normal hearing who struggle to focus in noisy situations.

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1Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210