ALD Tech Re-Boot: Part 2.5

ALD Tech Re-Boot: Part 2.5

As promised let’s talk about the Phonak Roger Pen:

It comes as no surprise that Comfort Audio isn’t the only manufacturer doing incredible things in the world of assistive technology. Phonak, a leader in FM technology for decades has developed a completely new type wireless transmission protocol, named “Roger”. Roger products are a technology that features adaptive, wireless transmission on the 2.4 GHz band. Roger technology hops frequency to frequency automatically to ensure there is never any interference. What this means for you and your students is you’ll never have to worry about channel planning or poor signal quality. In addition, Roger technology features the best automatic and adaptive noise reduction available today. This ensures your student will get the benefit of an improved signal to noise ratio not only due to proximity to the speaker, but also because of noise reduction. Phonak technology allows for multiple Bluetooth connections for cell phone use, TV connectivity, computer connectivity and audio input for listening to other media.

Featured Phonak Roger mic: Roger Pen
• Ideal for lecture/1 on 1
• Dynamic high noise situations
• Automatic noise reduction and gain settings

Be sure to stop by for the final installment of our ALD Tech Reboot!

 

Additional product notes:

Comfort Audio and Phonak Roger products are compatible with virtually every make and model of hearing aid or cochlear implant. Systems are expandable to accommodate multiple users within the same classroom. Lastly, both new systems are significantly more sleek in design, in line with the look and feel of modern technology.

 


Bill Bielski
Bill Bielski
Audiologist & Product Specialist

  

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  1. What a brilliant piece of work!

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