Roger Pen and EasyPen


The Roger EasyPen is a fully automatic personal Roger microphone. It has three microphone modes that include a lanyard mode, pointing mode or lay it flat on the table for an omnidirectional mic mode. The EasyPen sends the Roger signal to a personal receiver (the Roger Focus, Roger X receiver that fits into any hearing aid brand Bluetooth device or Roger boot that fits into any hearing aid brand over the ear hearing aid and the Phonak hearing aid integrated receiver). The EasyPen can also be plugged into an audio device for music/audio streaming. The Roger benefits are all there, with some variances across brands and products that can affect the Levelling benefit.

The difference between the Roger Pen and EasyPen is that the Pen can lock in any one of the three microphone modes regardless of its position in space. The EasyPen uses an accelerometer to determine which mode to use and so does the Pen, but it can be locked. Furthermore, the Pen allows for two-way Bluetooth streaming (phone call use) and like the EasyPen it can be plugged into an audio device for music/audio streaming.


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