Empowers hearing aid wearers to personalize their hearing experience. It allows them to not only take control of their hearing with remote control functionality, but to also track their health data*, unleashing healthier versions of themselves.
Roger is an intelligent wireless technology that transmits speech directly to Slim hearing aids via RogerDirect™, helping to overcome distance and noise.
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*In order to access health data, it is necessary to create an account within myPhonak app
**16 hours of battery on a single charge, including 8 hours of everyday listening, 4 hours of Bluetooth streaming and 4 hours of TV streaming. Battery life may be minimally reduced when using ActiveVent Receiver.
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