Roger™ Touchscreen Mic
This exciting and easy to use wireless teacher microphone is the core component of the Roger for Education portfolio and gives students and teachers alike the opportunity to master various modern classroom activities with ease.
With the best ever speech-in-noise performance and documented improvements of up to 35% over Dynamic FM and 54% over other FM systems1, the Roger Touchscreen Mic is a class above the rest.
1 Professor Thibodeau, Linda, PhD (2013), Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids, University of Texas, Dallas, USA, International Journal of Audiology
Automatic microphone modes
For optimal use with minimal manual interaction, Roger Touchscreen Mic features an automatic microphone function which conveniently switches from an individual talker to a small group interaction mode, based on the orientation of the device. This allows students and teachers to keep up with the ever-changing learning environments.
With its intuitive indicator lights and user-friendly interface Roger Touchscreen Mic allows both teachers and students to actively participate in the modern classroom with ease.
The Roger Touchscreen Mic is compatible with almost every hearing instrument, cochlear implant and bone-anchored hearing device. It also allows multiple receivers and microphones to be connected in a network with simple touch commands. The free Roger Upgrader software helps you to upgrade the firmware and manage multiple devices.
The free Roger Upgrader software is designed to ensure the Roger compatibility of Phonak classroom devices, such as microphones, Dynamic SoundField, Hubs.
Roger Dynamic SoundField
The classroom amplification system featuring sound performance combined with plug-and-play simplicity.
This accessory can be used with a Roger for Education primary transmitter as a range extender.
This wall-mounted device automatically connects students’ Roger receivers, and teachers’ microphones, to the room’s existing Roger network.
When connected to hearing aids or cochlear implants, these receivers allow your clients to hear sounds transmitted by a Roger microphone.