Assistive Listening Devices

Our range of assistive listening devices

For those listening situations where even the most advanced hearing technology does not meet all your listening goals, assistive listening devices can provide the added boost needed over distance or in loud background noise.

Hearing aids and implantable devices are one part of the broader strategy to improve hearing loss. While not immediately apparent, access to assistive technologies that modify the function of everyday devices may be required.

The good news is that you have access to a huge range of assistive listening devices at All Ears & Speech.

All of our assistive listening devices have been hand-chosen for their ease of use, compatibility, and quality. Each will complement your new hearing device and can further improve your quality of life.

Phonak Roger On Assistive listening device on white background available at All Ears & Speech

Roger On is a remote microphone that gives you that added boost to focus on conversations in dynamic background noise or over distance. Roger On can be positioned flat on a table, clipped onto the clothing of the speaker, or held in your hand.

Depending on its positioning, the microphone mode will switch automatically, zooming in on the person who is talking, thereby allowing you to focus on the primary person speaking. Great for use at work in group meetings, in lectures or in social settings e.g., a restaurant. With a water rating of IP54, Roger On can be used outdoors as it is protected against splashes of water. Perfect for those who love to hike, bike ride and actively participate in groups.

Roger Focus listening package

Roger Focus II is a small behind-the-ear receiver that, paired with a Roger transmitter (e.g., Roger On), allows you to focus and understand more in background noise, reverberation, and over distance. Roger Focus II is available in a battery or rechargeable model and is designed for comfort for all sized ears.

Phonak Roger Neckloop assistive listening device

The beauty of the lightweight Roger Neckloop is that it can be used with headphones, or any hearing aid brand / cochlear implant that has a TeleCoil (i.e. you do not have to be using hearing aids with Roger Direct capabilities). This device is worn around your neck and is paired to a compatible Roger microphone (transmitter, e.g. Roger On). Roger Neckloop can be used at work, in lectures, at social gatherings, and may be connected to your computer.

Phonak PartnerMic assistive listening device at All Ears & Speech

The Phonak Partner Mic is used for one-to-one conversations in moderate noise and over short distance (< 25 meters). The person you are with will wear the lapel microphone approximately 20cm below their mouth, clipped onto their clothing. Paired to your hearing aids, the PartnerMic will automatically connect once turned on, and adjust seamlessly to give you the best signal in noise. This ensures you can hear your partner / friend clearly in more challenging listening environments. Never miss out on the conversation while out in bustling coffee shops, noisy shopping centres or at the local surf club.

Phonak TV Connector assistive listening device at All Ears & Speech

If you’re looking to watch television at a comfortable level for all in the room, this device allows you to connect your hearing aids directly to the TV (within 15 meters). From the first time the device is plugged into your Television and power source, it will automatically detect your hearing aids (if compatible). You can then adjust the volume on the TV Connector for your listening comfort, independently from the Television speaker. Multiple hearing aids can be paired. The TV-Connector may also be used with a PC or other sound system.

Baby Monitor

If you’re looking to watch television at a comfortable level for all in the room, this device allows you to connect your hearing aids directly to the TV (within 15 meters). From the first time the device is plugged into your Television and power source, it will automatically detect your hearing aids (if compatible). You can then adjust the volume on the TV Connector for your listening comfort, independently from the Television speaker. Multiple hearing aids can be paired. The TV-Connector may also be used with a PC or other sound system.

Doorbells

Visual or vibrating systems are available to ensure you never miss a visitor, whether awake or asleep in your home.

Smoke Alarms

Depending on your hearing loss, you may find it difficult to hear all safety alarms around your home. Smoke alarms can provide visual or tactile (vibrating) alerts to ensure whether you are sleeping, moving around your home or watching television that you are aware of smoke in your home.

Baby Monitors

Baby monitors provide peace of mind for new parents that they will be alerted when their baby/infant cries. A pager can be clipped to your clothing during the day, allowing you to move freely around your home. At night the pager can be connected to a bedshaker positioned under your pillow, waking you from sleep.