Phonak ComPilot and Phonak ComPilot II connect wirelessly to Phonak wireless hearing aids. They provide high quality sound when watching TV or listening to music for a longer time period. These devices connect to your cell phone, car, computer and other bluetooth devices. The ComPilot II has improved battery life that allows for longer streaming time.
ComPilot is used with Core, Spice+ and Quest wireless hearing aids
ComPilot II is used with Venture hearing aids
Compatible with Venture hearing aids. This device has no neckloop. Connects to hearing aids, TV Link II or Remote Mic, computers, cell phones and other bluetooth enabled devices with bluetooth technology.
Phonak RemoteMic is a wireless microphone for one-on-one conversations over distance. The RemoteMic is clipped onto the speaker’s clothing and is used with the ComPilot or ComPilot II. The RemoteMic can be used up to 60 feet in distance.
TVLink and TVLink II are the interface to television and other audio sources supporting digital audio signals. The TVLink is used with Phonak ComPilot or ComPilot II and turns any Phonak wireless hearing aids into a headset with a range of up to 100 feet.
TV Link II is compatible with Venture hearing aids. It has digital and analog outputs. Can be used with ComPilot, ComPilot II, and ComPilot Air II.
Roger Pen is a wireless microphone that allows you to hear speech in loud noise and over distance. It can be used as a standalone microphone or alongside other devices. It has Bluetooth capability for cell phone usage, and can also be used to listen to TV and music.
EasyCall and EasyCall II connects hearing aids to cellphones with bluetooth.
EasyCall is for use with Spice and Quest hearing aids
EasyCall II is for use with Venture hearing aids
The DECT cordless phone is used like a regular cordless phone. This phone streams the phone conversation directly to both hearing aids for maximum speech understanding.