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  • 18 Apr 2016

Roger Earpiece: create magic in the studio

Phonak Communications is proud to launch Roger Earpiece, our revolutionary new in-ear receiver which will let studio professionals create magic.


Roger Earpiece combines Phonak’s advanced digital audio technology with the smallest, most discreet form factor available – making the receiver virtually invisible in front of cameras or audiences, without any belt packs or cables. Thanks to its contoured shape designed to fit the ear canal, tiny 1.3g weight, and up to 12 hours of battery life, Roger Earpiece is so comfortable and convenient it can be worn all day. 

Missed cues or garbled transmissions are a thing of the past with Roger Earpiece – its wide audio frequency bandwidth of 100 Hz-7,2 kHz and sound pressure level output of up to 100 dB bring a new level of clarity to in-ear receivers.

Using Phonak’s proprietary technology in the 2.4 GHz band with adaptive frequency hopping technology to avoid interference, Roger Earpiece is easy to set up, and even easier to use, with one-press connection and automatic reconnection when in range. 

As part of the Roger Earpiece system, Phonak offers two transmitter options, the stationary Roger BaseStation and the mobile Roger Touchscreen Mic, which can also work together in one network. This system provides studio professionals the flexibility to configure audio transmission from a single fixed source or multiple mobile sources as required.

Roger Earpiece system – key facts:

Micro-size earpiece: weight 1.3 g (0.05 oz) , length 18mm (0.71”)

License free 2.4GHz transmission

Adaptive automatic frequency hopping

Audio frequency range: 100 Hz – 7200 Hz

SPL: up to 100 dB 

Range: up to 40 m

Unlimited number of earpieces can be connected in one network

Individual volume control function 

Fixed and mobile transmitter options

The Roger Earpiece system is available to create magic in the studio now – contact your local Phonak dealer for more information. 

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