We offer hearing devices for virtually every client, no matter their age or degree of hearing loss.
They are the latest version of Roger microphones and have the capability to install Roger receivers directly to Marvel hearing aids for direct streaming and access to the proven performance of Roger1.
The TV Connector is an easy-to-use device used together with Phonak Audeo B-Direct to support direct connectivity.
This exciting and easy to use wireless teacher microphone is the core component of the Roger for Education portfolio and gives students and...
A handy microphone for various listening situations. Thanks to its portable design, it can be conveniently used where additional support is needed over distance and in...
An effective yet simple microphone with only two buttons for clients who desire ultimate simplicity with full Roger performance, including listening to multimedia.
Small microphone designed for one-to-one conversations. Featuring a directional microphone, the user can focus on a conversation with their partner.
When connected to hearing aids or cochlear implants, these receivers allow your clients to hear sounds transmitted by a Roger microphone.
Phonak DECT II is compatible with all Venture and Belong hearing aids.
Compatible with all Phonak Venture and Belong hearing aids. Color: Champagne/black.
The small and stylish Phonak ComPilot Air II uses Bluetooth® technology to connect Phonak Venture and Belong hearing aids wirelessly to cell phones or Bluetooth-enabled...
Compatible with all Venture and Belong hearing aids.
Phonak RemoteMic is a simple wireless microphone used to listen to a distant speaker or sound source.
The all-in-one Bluetooth® streaming and remote control accessory for clients with Phonak wireless hearing aids.
The classroom amplification system featuring sound performance combined with plug-and-play simplicity.
Enables children with normal hearing and unilateral hearing loss to be more attentive by bring speech directly to their ears and reducing the effects of distance,...
1 Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210