CSUN 2019: Sonova/Phonak Roger Assisted Listening Devices

Allison interviews Helene Rydell from Sonova Phonak about their Roger assisted listening devices. Roger is a system of microphones and receivers designed to help people hear better under various conditions. Roger mics include the Table Mic which automatically selects and amplifies the person who is talking and the Select which allows the user to manually select whom to listen to. These mics transmit audio to Roger Receivers. The Roger Design-Integrated receiver is a small disk that plugs into a Phonak hearing aid or selected cochlear implants through a small audio cable. The Roger X is a miniature universal receiver that is compatible with just about every hearing aid, cochlear implant speech processor or streamer. The Roger MyLink is a universal receiver worn with a neck-loop. It is compatible with any hearing aid or cochlear implant with a T-coil. Christian Vogler from Gallaudet University joins the interview and describes how Roger mics integrate with his cochlear implant. The setting is the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference show floor at the Marriot in Anaheim, CA. Learn more at http://morethanahearingaid.com/

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