You need more than a hearing aid

Wireless microphones and receivers to bridge the understanding gap

Wireless microphones and receivers
to bridge the understanding gap

 

Modern hearing aids or cochlear implants do a great job in improving hearing and understanding in the near field, but in the far field, further than 1,5m/4,5 feet away, extra boost is needed, especially when there is background noise.

 

Our advanced wireless microphones and receivers bridge the understanding gap by wirelessly transmitting the speaker’s voice directly to the listener, and allow students with hearing loss to fully participate and exceed in school.


Participate for better learning

Real and meaningful education occurs when children can participate which requires them to hear clearly to understand. For children with hearing difficulties, this understanding can be a real challenge and hearing aids alone are often not enough to help them.

 

Our hearing products, advanced wireless microphones and receivers, help children and students to overcome the effects of noise and distance on speech understandning by picking up the voice at the source and transmit it wirelessly to the listener.

Wireless microphones and receivers to bridge the understanding gap

 

Modern hearing aids or cochlear implants do a great job in improving hearing and understanding in the near field, but in the far field, further than 1,5m/4,5 feet away, extra boost is needed, especially when there is background noise.

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Participate for better learning

 

Real and meaningful education occurs when children can participate which requires them to hear clearly to understand. For children with hearing difficulties, this understanding can be a real challenge and hearing aids alone are often not enough to help them.

Our hearing products, advanced wireless microphones and receivers, help children and students to overcome the effects of noise and distance on speech understandning by picking up the voice at the source and transmit it to the listener.

Microphones and receivers cover a variety of listening situations, whatever people do or wherever they are

Choose a situation

Hear the teacher

Team Teaching

Hear the classmates

Experience the difference!

Being able to hear what teachers and classmates say is vital for speech and language development, learning and social interaction.

 

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For every situation

Advanced wireless microphones and receivers cover a variety of listening situations, whatever people do or wherever they are.


Choose a situation

Hear the teacher

Team Teaching

Hear the classmates

Experience the difference!

 

Being able to hear what teachers and classmates say is vital for speech and language development, learning and social interaction.

Want to try the products?

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“I can keep up better now!”

I can keep up better now and can hear what everyone is saying, even if they’re sitting a long way away from me.


A wide range of solutions to meet your needs



Roger for education

Roger for Education – bridges the understanding gap in class by bringing the teacher’s words directly into the student’s ear.


Roger for education

Roger for Education – bridges the understanding gap in class by bringing the teacher’s words directly into the student’s ear.


“I can keep up better now!”

I can keep up better now and can hear what everyone is saying, even if they’re sitting a long way away from me.

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Comfort Digisystem

Wireless Comfort Digisystem enhances speech and filters out disturbing background noise before it reaches your hearing aid.




Comfort Digisystem

Wireless Comfort Digisystem enhances speech and filters out disturbing background noise before it reaches your hearing aid.



Digital technology has been scientifically proven to help hearing instrument users

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of children are using assistive listening devices such as FM-system and DM-system (Gyllenram)

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of the hearing aid users are dissatisfied with the performance of their hearing aid in noisy environments (Kochkin)

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Speech-in-noise performance gains of up to 54% over FM (Wolfe & Thibodeau)

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of the children with hearing loss are integrated in mainstream schools (Gyllenram)



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