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Roger Select hearing aid microphone
For group conversations

Roger Select™

  • Discreet
  • Automatic voice selection
  • Multimedia connection

Roger Select™ is a versatile Bluetooth® microphone for hearing aids that is ideal for stationary situations where background noise is present. When used as a table mic, it discreetly and automatically selects the person who is talking and seamlessly switches from one talker to another. In scenarios where more than one conversation is happening, users can manually select who to listen to.

  • Improved speech understanding in group conversations1

  • Microphones automatically select the person talking

  • Fully automatic technology lets you enjoy the conversation from all directions

  • Multi-functional design and multimedia connection capability

Roger Select
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Made for social situations

Roger Select is a versatile wireless microphone designed to help improve your quality of conversations in a group setting, and is ideal for stationary situations.

Conversation support

Roger Select is designed with 360-degree microphones that automatically selects who is talking from any direction, making it an ideal solution for dining with friends or family gatherings.

At home

Roger Select reduces distracting background noise like the rattle of kitchen utensils or the blare from a TV, so you can enjoy conversations with family and loved ones.

One-on-one conversations

In the dynamic listening environment of a hallway or at distance, Roger Select can be used as clip-on mic for one-on-one conversations.

Bluetooth connectivity

Bluetooth® wireless technology provides an easy way to connect the Roger Select with a phone*. When talking on the phone, just tap the center button of your microphone to accept and end the call.

Long battery life

Be confident you won’t get caught without power with up to 8 hours of continuous use on a fully charged battery.


Roger Select utilizes multiple microphones in six directions, so speech is covered in 360°    


better understanding of group conversations in background noise than with hearing aids alone¹

Now I don’t need to worry that I won’t understand things. I can even turn my head or stand facing away and still hear what others are saying. It’s opened up an entire new world for me.

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Marianne Methi Roger Select user
Smiling woman with her two dogs.
Young couple in a car - male is driving and has Roger Select clipped to his shirt.
Roger Select is placed on a table while middle aged coworkers have a conversation during lunchtime.

Discreet, multi-use design

Roger Select features a discreet design with several modes that automatically adjust so you can simply enjoy the conversation.

Fully automatic

With its fully automatic directional microphones, there is no need to manually turn Roger Select into the correct position.

360° microphones

MultiBeam Technology utilizes multiple microphones, with beams created in six directions to cover 360°. The signal-to-noise ratio for all six directions is calculated and the beam with the best clarity is automatically selected, so it seamlessly switches from one talker to another.


Several modes provide optimal usage including table mode, selection mode, and clip-on lapel mode–when worn on a chest, an accelerometer detects its orientation and steers one of the 6 beams upwards towards the mouth of someone talking.

Stream audio

Roger Select wirelessly transmits a sound to hearing aids. Because of its versatility, you can stream the sound from TVs, music players, computers, gaming systems, and other multimedia devices by simply connecting to the included docking station or micro-USB socket.

Connect multiple microphones

MultiTalker Network allows multiple microphones to be used in a network.

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Connectivity and compatibility

Roger Select is compatible with almost any hearing aid or cochlear implant but requires one of the following receivers to be functional.


This functionality installs the receivers inside your hearing devices and allows any Roger microphone to stream directly to the ears without the hassle of connecting external devices.

Roger design-integrated receivers

These receivers fit into the design of Phonak hearing aids and cochlear audio processors and are available in matching colors.

Roger X

Roger X is a miniature universal receiver that is compatible with virtually every hearing aid and cochlear implant speech processor on the market.

Roger NeckLoop 

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

Roger Select™

Frequently asked questions

Roger Select can be used in many different situations, such as: 
· In small group conversations with up to six participants 
· In one-on-one conversations with a friend, partner, or caregiver 
· During lectures or in class 
· Watching TV 
· Phone calls 
· Audio / voice from the computer, radio

An unlimited number of users with Roger receivers can be connected to a Roger Select.

Roger Select can be connected to any device that can make phone calls such as cell phones, landline phones, etc. Provided the device has a Bluetooth® or a Bluetooth® hub connected. When using a computer, you can make phone calls using VoIP services such as Skype.

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Find a provider

Whether you’re looking for help with hearing loss or want to get set up with hearing aids, we can help you find a hearing care professional near you.

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Find the right Roger device for you

Everyone’s hearing needs differ, which is why we offer a range of hearing solutions to find the right one for you.

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* Not applicable for Roger Select iN

1 Thibodeau L. M. (2020). Benefits in Speech Recognition in Noise with Remote Wireless Microphones in Group Settings. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 31(6), 404–411.

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