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If you currently use a Phonak Cochlear Nucleus 5 or 6 and are looking for a inconspicuous receiver that will fit this model perfectly in both size and colour, then the Roger 14 Receiver is worth a closer look. Sometimes a hearing aid or cochlear implant requires an extra boost to help clarify speech sounds in the most challenging of listening environments. Whether you are far away from the speaker, or find yourself in a crowded room, the Roger 14 Receiver, alongside a relevant transmitter will help you focus more successfully on speech sounds. When used in conjunction with a Phonak microphone such as the Roger Pen, the Roger 14 Receiver will pick up the audio transmission and send it wirelessly to your hearing device. In order to ensure a correct fit, you will need to seek professional help from your audiologist.
Phonak also supply a universal receiver that can be used with most hearing aids, known as the Roger X Receiver . For a cheaper option, you may wish to consider the Roger Inductive Neckloop. , an inductive neckloop compatible with those hearing aids that offer a telecoil facility.
Phonak is a leading manufacturer in the production of specialist hearing solutions for the hard of hearing and the elderly. With over 70 years experience in the industry, they continue to build on their global reputation for quality, affordable devices that can make a real difference to daily life
Note : In order to set up this device you will need to contact the audiologist who helped to fit your original hearing aid or contact any other hearing care professional to make an appointment for set-up.
If you are unsure of which receiver you need for your hearing aid, we recommend you to use this tool .