When you need more than a hearing aid Roger

microphones and receivers

Roger microphones and receiver

Today’s hearing aid technology does an excellent job of improving speech understanding. However, 31% of hearing aid wearers report they still have challenges hearing in noisy situations1. Roger microphones are designed to help you in meetings and conversations when there is a distance to the talker or distracting background noise. Our technology transmits speech directly to your hearing aids, providing improved speech recognition over distance and in noisy environmets2,3.



Roger solutions at work

The modern workplace is highly demanding, especially on people’s ability to communicate. Situations with background noise or where the sound source is at a distance are when Roger truly excels.


Small meetings

In small meetings, place one microphone on the table to hear input from all of your colleagues.


Large meetings

Multiple Roger microphones placed on the tables will do an excellent job picking up all the voices.


Meetings with presenters

Use a Roger microphone clipped on the presenter along with table microphones to hear all participants.


Work shop meetings

In stand up meetings and workshops where people are moving around, use the pointing mode to focus on the person talking. 



When in a noisy or crowded environment, hang a Roger microphone around your colleague’s neck or clip it on their collar.


Conference calls

Connect a microphone to your laptop, tablet or smartphone to participate and communicate in work meetings and conference calls.





"All I need to do is tap Roger and I am in. At last I can actively participate in both meetings and the social scene at work. I couldn’t do that before I started to use Roger.”

Trish Crowther
Quality Contracts Officer



"The microphone works perfect. Quite simply, I would not be able to cope with my work without Roger. My private life is so much better now than it was before.”

Bev Gray
Housing Services Manager



Roger microphones for work life

Depending on your needs and your work situation, you may need to use more than one microphone. Conference calls, boardroom meetings, and workshop presentations tend to be challenging listening environments. Roger is designed to help you cut through the distractions, so you can fully communicate, participate and contribute at work.


Roger Table Mic II

Designed for group discussions; several microphones can be connected in a MultiTalker Network to cover large groups. 



Roger OnTM

Roger On is a microphone dedicated for all conversations where background noise is present or when there is a distance to the talker.



Roger SelectTM

A versatile microphone that can be worn by a presenter or placed on a table. When multiple conversations take place, the listener can manually select whom to listen to.



Improved speech understanding up to 69%

Phonak puts evidence-based research at the core of every new product and feature.


Significant improvement in speech intelligibility and listening effort in meetings with Roger.

Anna K Lejon, Master in Audiology, have completed a study regarding listening situation in meetings at work. The result shows that using a hearing instrument with RogerDirect in combination with Roger Table Mic II, can improve speech intelligibility by 69%, when compared to using hearing aids alone. In addition, listening effort can be significantly reduced. This is important information for people with hearing-loss-related workplace stress4.



Listen and see Roger microphones in use

Our microphones and receivers are based on Phonak's Roger technology, which captures speech at a distance and in environments with disturbing background noise.


Listen how Roger technology enhances hearing aids by cutting out the background noise and allowing you to hear clearly even at a distance. 


1. Abrams, H. B., & Kihm, J. (2015). An Introduction to MarkeTrak IX: A New Baseline for the Hearing Aid Market. Hearing Review, 22(6), 16.

2. Thibodeau, L. (2020) Benefits in Speech Recognition in Noise with Remote Wireless Microphones in Group Settings J Am Acad Audiol. 2020 Jun; 31(6): 404–411

3. Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM remote microphone hearing assistance technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American journal of audiology, 23(2), 201-210.​