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Mary Beth you spoke of the Roger Neckloop.  Can you tell me the difference between the 02 and the 03 to use with Rondo 3.  Thank you.

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For neckloop receivers like Roger neckloop and Roger MyLink neckloop (previous version) being used by adults not on an educational setting, type 03 is a less expensive option.

For Roger X receivers that attach to the FM battery cover of the Sonnet 2/Sonnet 1/OPUS2, it is important to get type (02) receivers so the correct CI setting can be set.  This does not apply to neckloop receivers .  Neckloop receivers have a volume control that we use to change the Roger volume level to a level that is appropriate for us.

 

This website explains it well:

https://www.fmhearingsystems.co.uk/product/phonak-roger-neckloop/

If there is a possibility that the equipment will be used in an educational setting, and particularly used with Roger TouchScreen Mic or Inspiro transmitters, Soundfield etc, you should select 02 Band.

 

However if there is no educational aspect where you might need to use the equipment, if the equipment could be classed as ‘stand alone’ (not to be used with other Phonak Roger users and equipment) and if you are going to be using Roger On, Roger Pen, Roger Clip-on Mic etc. as transmitters (as opposed to Roger Touch Screen Mic or Inspiro transmitters, Soundfield etc) you are safe to order receivers based on the 03 band.”

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mary Beth said:

@John Crozier

For neckloop receivers like Roger neckloop and Roger MyLink neckloop (previous version) being used by adults not on an educational setting, type 03 is a less expensive option.

For Roger X receivers that attach to the FM battery cover of the Sonnet 2/Sonnet 1/OPUS2, it is important to get type (02) receivers so the correct CI setting can be set.  This does not apply to neckloop receivers .  Neckloop receivers have a volume control that we use to change the Roger volume level to a level that is appropriate for us.

 

This website explains it well:

https://www.fmhearingsystems.co.uk/product/phonak-roger-neckloop/

If there is a possibility that the equipment will be used in an educational setting, and particularly used with Roger TouchScreen Mic or Inspiro transmitters, Soundfield etc, you should select 02 Band.

 

However if there is no educational aspect where you might need to use the equipment, if the equipment could be classed as ‘stand alone’ (not to be used with other Phonak Roger users and equipment) and if you are going to be using Roger On, Roger Pen, Roger Clip-on Mic etc. as transmitters (as opposed to Roger Touch Screen Mic or Inspiro transmitters, Soundfield etc) you are safe to order receivers based on the 03 band.”

 

 

)thanks Mary Beth.  We appreciate your help.  

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