Despite tremendous advances in hearing aid technology, even with the latest digital noise reduction circuitry, background noise continues to be a problem. Problematic background noise is any noise that interferes with your ability to hear, understand, and/or pay attention to the signal that you want to hear.

Background noise includes traffic noise, music, a marching band; reverberation, which causes sounds to echo when reflected off room surfaces; voices such as children playing and laughing, several people talking at once, or even one person talking in a way that prevents or distracts you from listening to a signal you want to hear, usually another talker.

Discover Roger Systems

Roger systems feature discreet wireless microphones, and tiny Roger receivers simply click onto your existing hearing aids, cochlear implants or Baha. You will hear the speaker’s words directly in your ears, without any distracting background noise. Roger digital technology has been scientifically proven to help hearing instrument users understand up to 62% more speech in noise and over distance than normal hearing people.*

*Professor Thibodeau, Linda, PhD (2014), Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids, University of Texas, Dallas, USA, The American Journal of Audiology (in press)

Click below to discover how Roger Systems help in the following scenarios:

One to One Conversation

at Home, in Car, in Public Places

Group Social Situations

Dinner with Friends, at Parties

Using Technology

Cell Phone Calls, Watching TV, Using GPS, Listening to Music

Group Discussions

Have efficient discussion even in a noisy environment

in Presentations, Seminars, Workshop

Exchanging ideas and delivering content in big crowd, Presentations, Seminars, Workshops.

in Meetings

Communicating important project milestone with your colleagues

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