Hearing Aid Accessories

Improve the Functionality of Your Hearing Aid

Accessories are optional devices such as remote controls, companion and table microphones, and wireless audio transmitting devices for your TV. These accessories can complement your hearing aids to help you hear more effectively. They can improve your listening experiences by allowing you to hear in group meetings and connect to audio sources like televisions, telephones, computers, tablets, etc…without the need for wires or cords. Visit our clinic to learn more about assistive listening devices in Portland, OR.

TV Connector

The TV Connector is a simple plug and play interface to TV and other audio sources, supporting the direct connectivity of Phonak Marvel and Unitron Discover hearing aids. With its design for easy setup and usage, the TV Connector makes your hearing aids behave like wireless headphones. With AirStream™ technology it delivers top rated sound quality streaming from most TV and stereo systems. The TV Connector can simultaneously stream audio signals wirelessly to up to 15 meters to an unlimited amount of connected compatible hearing aids.
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Phonak PartnerMic™ is a discreet and easy-to-use microphone optimal for one-to-one conversations in noisy environments. Attach it anywhere onto your partners shirt, blouse or jacket without having to worry about the positioning. Thanks to Phonak AirStream™ technology, speech is streamed to your Marvel hearing aids without an additional device.
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Remote Control

The Phonak Remote Control is an easy and very discreet way to remotely control the volume and programs on hearing aids when the user does not have a smartphone.
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Phonak’s ROGER is a portfolio of state-of-the-art wireless microphones that are designed to boost the performance of hearing aids and bridge the understanding gap.

Roger microphones function by picking up the voice of a speaker and wirelessly transmitting it to the listener while reducing background noise. 

Roger technology continuously measures the surrounding noise level and adapts the microphone’s volume automatically. If the noise level increases, Roger adapts accordingly, keeping the speaker´s voice above the background noise. Hearing aid users understand almost 10 times better with Roger technology in noise and over distance than people with normal hearing.*

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  1. Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210.

Hearing Aids and hearing services serving Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington

Hearing Aids and hearing services serving Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington

Our office is located in SE Portland, Oregon, but we serve patients from a wide region including the Greater Portland area (Gresham, Happy Valley, Oregon City, Clackamas, Milwaukie, Beaverton, Tigard, Hillsboro) and the Greater Vancouver, WA area (Felida, Fruit Valley, Hazel Dell, Cascade Park, and Camas).
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