Phonak’s Roger Mic II for Hearing Aids

Phonak’s Roger Mic II is one of Phonak’s newest accessories that is compatible with the latest line of Paradise and Marvel hearing aids. The Roger Mic II can allow for easier listening in noisy environments, either outdoors or indoors. Although the Roger Mic II can be versatile in many situations, it is most known for being able to help hearing aid users hear particular voices better in the presence of other talkers in the background, such as in a meeting or social gathering. The Roger Mic II will pair to Paradise and Marvel hearing aids for nearby voices to be picked up by the mic and streamed directly into the hearing aids! 

The Roger Mic II can be oriented in different ways. Talkers can wear the Roger Mic II on a lanyard around their neck and have the mic pick up their voice to be streamed to the hearing aids. Another way for the Roger Mic II to be placed is on a flat surface, such as a table, for the hearing aid user to hear one or multiple voices. An excellent feature of the Roger Mic II is its six directional microphones within the device. When oriented flat on a surface, is the hearing aid user can select which microphones to actively search for speech. This gives the hearing aid user more control over what they want to hear, where, and while in background noise! With a rechargeable battery life of approximately 16 hours, the Roger Mic II is an accessory that will be as reliable as you need it to be throughout the day. 

Would you like to learn more about Phonak’s Roger Mic II? Make an appointment at Gardner Audiology by calling 1(800)-27

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