For customers with challenging sight, hearing or physical impairment we offer a range of corded telephones and cordless telephones that are totally oriented to the needs of persons with audio-visual handicaps.

All of these telephones combine functionality, technology and design, and offer features such as compatibility with hearing aids, extremely high reception volume and extra-loud ringing tones

Big Button Phones
by Amplicomms

 

Amplicomm Button

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Big Button 200
by BT

Big Button Phone

BT BigButton 200

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Ergophone 1200
by tiptel

Photo Dialing Phone

Tiptel 1200

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Ergophone 1210
by tiptel

Emergency Call phone

Tiptel 1210

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Headsets for people with hearing difficulty

Background noise can be difficult for all of us but especially for those people that need to wear a hearing aid. Increasing the volume in a headset or handset will also increase the noise. The solution for many is to use a headset with an inductive coupler fitted internally.

How does a hearing loop/coil or inductive coupler work?

A hearing loop (sometimes called an inductive coupler) is a special type of sound system for use by people with hearing aids. The hearing loop provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to ‘T’ (Telecoil) setting. Remember, when choosing headsets please check the compatibility with your particular phone handset.

HAC-1 Hearing Aid Headsetby JPL

Inductive Coupler Mono Headset


JPL HAC 1

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HAC-2 Hearing Aid Headset
by JPL

Inductive Coupler Two Ear Headset


JPL HAC 2

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SC660 TC Headset
by Sennheiser

Hearing Aid comptatible
Two-ear with telecoil

Sennheiser SC660TC

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