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This entry was posted on 29th August 2016 by Gary.
When it comes to the design and production of amplified telephones and mobile phones suited to the specific needs of the hearing and sight impaired, Amplicomms is, without a doubt, one of the most reputable manufacturers on the market. The company started its
work more than 20 years ago and has been constantly striving to offer its customers innovative and progressive products and set high-quality standards since.
Amplicomms PowerTel amplified phone range, in particular, is one of the most successful on the market and the variety of devices included in it offer an impressive combination of features beneficial for the hard of hearing. The PowerTel technology stands for simplicity, user-friendly design, extra loud ringing tones and hearing aid compatibility. All Freehearingtest customers can find PowerTel mobile phones, cordless and non-cordless telephones covering an extensive price range, on our website.
The Amplicom PowerTel M6500 GSM Mobile Phone will appeal to all looking for extra amplification, which can reach an impressive 40dB. The device is hearing aid compatible and also features a talking Caller ID (10 numbers) and keypad, 8-speed dialling keys, 3 direct memories, a phonebook that can memorise up to 500 names and numbers, an emergency call button and Bluetooth connectivity to computers, induction loops, etc.
Customers looking for a mobile phone that offers both a quality set of features and a stylish, classy design will appreciate the Amplicom PowerTel M7000i Clam Shell Loud Mobile Phone. It features all of the above-mentioned M6500’s advantages and functionalities, including the 40dB volume amplification (the corresponding distortion is less than 5%).
The Amplicomms PowerTel 700 Cordless Telephone impresses with its exceptional characteristics when it comes to amplification and clarity of sound. The volume can be increased to up to 40dB and even when the amplification is at its maximum level, the corresponding distortion is less than 1.5%. The ringer volume, on the other hand, can be increased up to a significant 90dB. The phone can be individually programmed for a number of users, who can set and memorise their preferences for volume and tone levels. Some of the other useful features include an automatic high-frequency boost, a handsfree speakerphone, a visual alert for incoming calls and a bright backlit display.
This entry was posted in Product Review on 29th August 2016 by Gary.
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