HearPeers Heroes Mary Beth Posted June 20, 2018 HearPeers Heroes Report Share Posted June 20, 2018 Hello, I just spent two hours testing out the Sonnet Roger 21 integrated receiver with various Roger transmitters in a noisy restaurant. Here are my impressions. Roger Select (newest Roger transmitter with 3 beamforming mics which allow for 6 mic direction options) Way smaller and lighter than I expected. Think Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookie size. Easy to place in a pocket and carry around. Terrific sound quality Cool feature that allows you to deselect directions so you do not hear those people for when multiple conversations are happening at the same table Can BT for phone calls Can plug into headset jacks or TV for other audio Has a magnetic clip or a lanyard Wonderful in noise! Roger Touchscreen Mic About the size of a regular cell phone Terrific sound quality Does a super job on the table in noise for small groups No BT option Can plug into headphone jacks or TV for other audio Has a lanyard Wonderful in noise! Roger Pen The ONLY reason I would personally choose a Roger Pen over the Roger Select is if I needed to be able to point it at a speaker who was far away. In my opinion, the Roger Select is so much better than the Roger Pen in all other ways. Now what we really need is for Med-El to give our audiologists the ability to set mixing ratios so we can get 100/0 using Roger. I do not want to stream music or an audiobook while still hearing all the sounds in my environment. @MED-EL Moderator, will you please ask product development to consider allowing our audiologists to set mixing ratios for Roger input? I would love that ability. Jewel, Megan L. and Daniel the Stranger 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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