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Hearing aid accessories

Phonak offers a line of accessories designed to further improve your hearing in certain situations and to help with the cleaning and care of your devices. These additional products and tools help preserve the lifespan and functionality of your hearing aids.


Roger™ wireless hearing aid microphones

Difficulty communicating in background noise and/or over distance is one of the most common complaints of individuals with hearing loss¹ ². There are a number of factors that affect speech, including background noise level, distance from the speaker, acoustics of the environment and reverberation.

Placing a wireless microphone like Roger in close proximity to the speaker has several key benefits:

  • Improves speech recognition in noise and at a distance3

  • Reduces the distance between speaker and listener

  • Compensates for the effects of background noise and reverberation


Roger On™

This versatile hearing aid microphone is designed to make conversations clearer in difficult listening situations. It recognizes if speech is coming from the left or the right side and switches automatically between different microphone modes depending on if used on a table, clipped on clothing or held in your hand.


Roger Select™

When placed on a table, this device automatically selects the person who’s talking. When multiple conversations are going on at once, the user can manually select whom to listen to.


Roger Table Mic II

Designed for working adults who participate in meetings, they can be connected in a MultiTalker Network, which links multiple Roger microphones together so that hearing aid wearers can hear everyone.


1. Kochkin, S. (2011). MarketTrak VIII: Mini-BTEs tap new market, users more satisfied. Hearing Journal, 64(3), 17-24.

2. Abrams, H., & Kihm, J. (2015). An introduction to MarketTrak IX: A new baseline for the hearing aid market. Hearing Review, 22(6), 16-21.

3. 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

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