Phonak Roger MyLink Receiver Universal Neckloop

Compatible with any hearing aid or cochlear implant that has a telecoil or loop setting.

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Worn around the neck, the Phonak Roger MyLink is an inductive neckloop receiver compatible with any hearing aid or cochlear implant that has a telecoil or loop setting. It’s designed to work alongside a variety of Roger wireless microphones, including the  Roger Pen or Roger Clip so audio can be streamed to your hearing aids. What’s more, the integral headphone socket enables the Roger MyLink when used with one of the Roger microphones, to act as a complete hearing system by channeling audio directly to a pair of headphones. Depending upon the severity of your hearing loss you may not need to wear hearing aids at all to receive an excellent sound. The Roger MyLink represents an excellent budget option. If you are unsure of which receiver you need for your hearing aid, we recommend you to use this  tool  . Phonak Roger MyLink Receiver Universal Neckloop features include: Compatible with all hearing instruments featuring a Telecoil To be used alongside a Roger microphone from Phonak Range of up to 20 meters Up to 10 hours of operating time Easy to use On/Off and Volume control buttons Headphone socket stereo jack 2.5mm Indicator light

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Phonak Roger MyLink Receiver Universal Neckloop