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Phonak have created a number of different receivers to fit most hearing aids and cochlear implants, with the Roger 15 Receiver destined for the Naida Q RIC and Bolero Q-M13. Hearing aids are often excellent at amplifying and processing sound; however challenging listening environments such as a crowded room or a long distance conversation can make capturing speech more difficult. Used in conjunction with a Phonak microphone, such as the Roger Pen, the Roger 15 Receiver will pick up any audio transmission and wirelessly transfer it to your hearing aids. Speech will be enhanced and background noise reduced as a result, making a conversation far easier to follow. The Roger 15 Receiver slots easily into your existing hearing aid, just choose the perfect colour match and you’ll barely notice it’s there. To ensure a correct fit, once purchased, you will need to seek professional help from your audiologist.
If you are looking for a universal receiver, the Roger X Receiver can be used alongside most hearing aids. Another alternative for those with telecoil settings is an inductive neckloop known as the Roger Inductive Neckloop. .
With over seventy years experience in creating and supplying specialist hearing solutions for the hard of hearing and the elderly, Phonak have developed an enviable global reputation. They pride themselves on pushing the boundaries of technology with quality, affordable devices that can make a difference.
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 .