Northeast Audiologists will help you determine what assistive technology will best fit your needs. Learn more about each type of high-tech assistive technology we offer:
Phonak Roger Pen
Phonak Roger Pen is a cutting-edge wireless microphone that enables people with hearing loss to hear and understand more speech in loud noise and over distance.
Built on game-changing Roger technology, this fully automated solution is proven to perform better than any wireless microphone in the industry. It can be used as a standalone microphone or alongside other Roger Pens, Roger EasyPens or the Roger Clip-On Mic. It also features Bluetooth for cell phone calling, and can also be used to listen to TV and multimedia.
When to Use It
Challenging listening situations
The ideal TV and music interface
Phonak TVLink is the interface to TV and other audio sources supporting digital audio signals. The TVLink is used with Phonak ComPilot or ComPilot Air II and turns any Phonak wireless hearing aids into a headset with a range of up to 30 meters (100 ft). It offers stereo sound quality and low latency transmission.
When to Use It
Phonak EasyCall – The cell phone solution
Phonak EasyCall connects hearing aids wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. It binaurally streams the phone call directly to the hearing aids for maximum speech understanding.
Oticon’s New Streamer Pro
Oticon’s New Streamer Pro – the heart of ConnectLine – puts you in total control. Not only of program shifts and hearing aid volume, but of all sources of audio-based information, entertainment and communication.
By picking up the audio signal and sending it straight into both ears, the Streamer turns a pair of hearing aids into a small wireless headset. With no detectable delays in transmission, audio signals perfectly match any visual images. This can make all the difference when watching TV or using a computer.
Streamer Pro has been developed and thoroughly tested with hearing aid users in mind so that daily use is straightforward and intuitive. Looking much like a stylish MP3 player, the Streamer is worn around the neck and features three dedicated buttons for the core applications: phone, TV and microphone.
Streamer Pro offers…
Streamer Pro is the gateway to the ConnectLine system and is worn around the neck. When hearing aids are linked to Streamer Pro, practically any audio source can be transmitted through Streamer Pro to the hearing aids using a wireless Bluetooth connection or a mini jack cable.
Enjoy clear conversation among the crowd.
With ConnectLine microphone, you can participate and interact in some of life’s most important situations – on equal terms with everyone else.
Demanding listening situations such as crowded or noisy environments often make understandable communication impossible. ConnectLine microphone changes this.
ConnectLine microphone is a discreet microphone that connects wirelessly to the Streamer and lets you enjoy clear and private one-to-one communication in challenging listening environments. Listening performance is dramatically improved where one-to-one conversations before were difficult or even impossible.
Chatting in the car
With the ConnectLine microphone placed on your companion you can focus on the journey. The microphone transmits the voice of your companion wirelessly to your hearing instruments ensuring a clear direct sound, and you don’t have to face each other.
How it works
The discreet microphone is worn by your conversation partner and connects wirelessly to Streamer Pro, allowing you to hear the other person’s voice clear and loud directly through your hearing aid.
ConnectLine microphone picks up your partner’s voice, filters out surrounding noise and transmits wirelessly, directly to the Streamer at a distance of up to 15 meters.
ConnectLine Microphone is a discreet clip-on microphone that enhances speech understanding of a chosen speaker’s voice in challenging sound environments.
The Concert is an ideal hearing protector for musicians and concert attendees, but is also useful to anyone who needs to hear accurately in high-noise environments. An interchangeable flat attenuation filter allows the wearer to hear sounds accurately, but at reduced volumes. Can be ordered with a choice of 9, 15, or 25 dB Etymotic Research® filters. (Style 49)
Concerts, Performance, Audio Engineers, DJ-ing, Music Teaching, Bartending, Subways, Dental Work, Movies, etc.
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