Social distancing can make listening challenging. There are many solutions that can keep your clients connected that don’t require face to face fittings or extensive training. These assistive listening devices will enhance the quality of life and personal connection for your clients. Offering these supporting devices will sustain your practice so that you can remain viable after the pandemic subsides.

TV Connector

The TV Connector is an easy-to-setup and easy-to-use device that is compatible with Phonak Audéo B-Direct and all wireless Marvel hearing aids.

As soon as the TV Connector is plugged into the TV and power source, it will automatically detect any compatible hearing aids within a 1 meter radius.

  • TV Connector supports an unlimited amount of connected hearing aids with one device
  • The audio signal is streamed to all connected hearing aids simultaneously 
  • The signal streams directly to the hearing aids within a range of up to 15 meters

My clients want to use TV Connector- how do they install and use it?

Phonak PartnerMic™

Easy-to-use lapel worn microphone enhances one-to-one conversations by sending clear speech streamed directly to their Marvel hearing aids. Provides an improved signal-to-noise ration over short distance with moderate levels of environmental noise.

My clients want to use a Phonak PartnerMic - how do they pair with their Marvel hearing aids?

Roger™ microphones

Speech intelligibility is key for effective communication. Factors that affect speech intelligibility, include background noise level, distance from the speaker, acoustics of the environment and reverberation. Social distancing practices, which require a 2 meter separation between individuals, create additional challenges to communicate for someone with hearing loss.

This is where Roger comes in to boost hearing aid performance. Roger microphones have been developed to reduce background noise or distance and transmit the speaker’s voice directly to hearing aids, cochlear implant sound processors or BAHAs.