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

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

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Roger Focus

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

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Hear better than people with normal hearing

Hear better than people with normal hearing

Roger has been scientifically proven to help hearing aids users understand almost 10 times better in noise and over distance than people with normal hearing1.

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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