Roger Table Mic II

When you can focus on work rather than on hearing, life is on

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    Roger iN microphone

    Roger Table Mic II iN is the latest version of Roger Table Mic II and has the capability to install Roger receivers directly to your Marvel hearing aids - no need to attach an external receiver

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    Up to 61% better speech understanding in loud noise*

    The innovative MultiBeam technology within Roger Table Mic II analyzes the speech in 360°, and automatically selects the direction with the best clarity to provide up to 61% better speech understanding in loud noise.

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    Fully participate in large meetings

    To cover a large meeting, several Roger Table Mic II can be connected and work together so you will be able to fully participate and won’t miss a thing.

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    Designed for ease of use

    Roger Table Mic II is fully automatic - which makes it very easy to use. With a battery life of 16 hours it will last a full working day.

Roger Table Mic II is a microphone dedicated for working adults who participate in various meetings. It selects the person who’s talking and switches automatically between the meeting participants. Multiple Roger Table Mic II can be connected to create a network, making it ideal for large meeting configurations. It can also transmit the sound of multimedia e.g. computer

The right solution for every situation

Experience the difference!

Listen how Roger Table Mic II distinguishes the spoken word and transmits speech to the hearing aids from wherever the conversation takes place.

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Footnotes

*Based on preliminary data. Peer-reviewed article and Field Study News in preparation, available end of 2019 at www.phonakpro.com/evidence.
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