Phonak Radio Aid System Overview
Roger and traditional fm products

 

The Roger inspiro transmitter with iLapel Microphone is designed for the education customer. Normally worn on a belt, there is a neckstrap as an alternative.

The Roger inspiro can transmit to both Roger & traditional fm radio aid receivers as well as Phonak Soundfield.

Roger inspiros can initiate a MultiTalker network

The Roger DynaMic transmitter is a handheld passaround microphone which operates in a MultiTalker network with a Roger inspiro.

Used for guests or group discussion.

The Roger Audio hub transmitter operates in a MultiTalker network with a Roger inspiro.

Used to integrate computer or other AV sound.

The SmartLink+ fm transmitter is designed for the home & business customer but often used in education.

It is ideal for the advanced user with it’s large range of features.

The transmitter can be neckworn or handheld with a choice of 3 directional microphone modes. There is also a Bluetooth mode for use with mobile phones.

The SmartLink+ transmits traditional fm.

The ZoomLink+ fm transmitter is designed for the home customer but also often used in education.

The transmitter can be neckworn or handheld with a choice of 3 directional microphone modes (no Bluetooth).

The ZoomLink+ transmits traditional fm.

The EasyLink+ transmitter i salso designed for the home customer.

The transmitter can be neckworn or handheld and has one preset microphonemode.

The EasyLink+ transmits traditional fm.

The Phonak TX-300V is a mains powered traditional fm transmitter for use with installed sound systems to provide DDA compliance for the integration of radio aids and audio assistance.

The Roger X receivers operate on the new 2.4GHz digital Roger platform.

These Phonak Ear level receivers have the usual 3 pin europlug connector and are designed for use with all direct input hearing aids.

The MLxi receivers operate on traditional fm.

These Phonak Ear level receivers also have the usual 3 pin europlug connector and are designed for use with all direct input hearing aids.

The Roger integrated receivers operate on the new 2.4GHz digital Roger platform.

Integrated receivers are available for most Phonak BTE hearing aid models, with a choice of colours. They are designed to cosmetically blend into the hearing aid design.

The MLxi integrated receivers operate on traditional fm.

Integrated receivers are available for most Phonak BTE hearing aid models, with a choice of colours. They are designed to cosmetically blend into the hearing aid design.

The Roger MyLink inductive receivers operate on the new 2.4GHz digital Roger platform.

MyLink receivers are an easy to use inductive neckloop receiver. The neck strap functions as the inductive neck loop so that it can be used with any hearing aid which has a loopprogramme (‘T’).

Also compatible with headphones they are ideal for use as tour guide and translation systems.

The MyLink+ inductive receivers operate on traditional fm.

A popular choicefor the home user with a ZoomLink +MyLink receivers are an easy to use inductive neckloop receiver. The neck strap functions as the inductive neck loop so that it can be used with any hearing aid which has a loopprogramme (‘T’).

Also compatible with headphones they are ideal for use as tour guide and translation systems.

The Roger WallPilot is a mains powered box, usually fitted near the room entrance, which allows any Roger receiver to automatically connect to the MultiTalker network in use in the classroom.

The WallPilot is a traditional fm device. It is a wall mounted unit, usually fitted near the room entrance, which synchronises the channel of any traditional fm receiver to match the transmitter in the room.

Confused?

Not a problem, please contact us by email or phone, explain your situation and we will be pleased to advise you.

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