Geemarc Amplipower 40 Hard of Hearing Telephone
The Geemarc Amplipower 40 Hard of Hearing Telephone is an amplified phone for the hard of hearing. For those with considerable hearing loss, falling out of communication with the rest of the world is a very real risk, so it's important that they have a phone that can meet the needs of the hearing impaired.
- Receiver Volume: Up to 40dB
- Ringing Volume: Up to 80dB
- Hearing aid compatible
- Big button keypad
- Power cord
What'a Included with This Purchase?
- 1 x Amplipower 40 telephone
- 1 x Receiver
- 1 x Curly receiver cable
- 1 x Telephone connection cable
- 1 x Adaptor plug
- 2 x Screws for wall mounting
- 2 x Screw anchors
- 1 x User manual
How Loud Is This Amplified Telephone?
The 40dB amplification found in the Amplipower 40 makes it a fantastic phone for the hard of hearing. With an adjustable amplification, this phone is ideal for individuals with moderate to considerable hearing loss.
What's more, the Amplipower 40 also features a receiving tone control of +/- 10dB so you can ensure that people come through loud and clear when using this phone. An adjustable ringer volume of up to 80dB also helps ensure that you'll never miss a call.
Is This Telephone Hearing Aid Compatible?
Hearing aid compatibility is built into the Amplipower 40 – simply switch your hearing aid to the "T" position and lift up the receiver to the ear with the hearing aid. This makes the phone call much clearer and easier to understand for the hard of hearing.
Is the Amplipower 40 Telephone Suitable for Those with Dementia?
The Amplipower 40 features three emergency number memories and nine direct number memories, making it a fantastic phone for the elderly, especially those struggling with memory loss. All these stored numbers can be accessed at the press of a button, ensuring that both help and those closest to you are always within reach. When you're looking for a phone for an elderly relative, it is real peace of mind to know that it is as user friendly and easy as possible.
Includes nine direct number memories
Is This Amplified Phone Suitable for Those with Impaired Vision?
As well as being a full functional phone for the hard of hearing, the big button design of this phone also makes it fantastic for those with impaired vision. The enlarged keypad and buttons makes the keypad much easier to see and use in day-to-day life. The big button design also makes this phone ideal for people who may have loss of motor function, as it allows for easier dialling. Moreover, this phone for the partially deaf also features a strobing light ring indicator, making an incoming call easily visible to the hard of hearing.
How Is the Amplipower 40 Powered?
The Amplipower 40 needs to be plugged into the mains. Moreover, the phone also calls for four AAA alkaline batteries (not included), which are required for the ring in case of power failure.
How Do I Set Up the Amplipower 40?
The Amplipower 40 is just as easy to set up as it is to use. To connect this telephone:
- Use the receiver cable to connect the telephone with the receiver.
- Open the battery door and insert four AAA alkaline batteries (not included).
- Connect the telephone cable.
- Plug the adaptor to the telephone.
- Connect the adaptor to your wall socket.
You can learn more about how easy to use this telephone is by viewing the user manual linked below:
|User Manual |
Can I Connect This Phone to My Internet Modem?
Yes, if you subscribe to a digital phone line from your landline provider, this phone can be connected by plugging the telephone cord directly into your internet modem.
Can This Telephone Be Wall Mounted?
Yes, the Amplipower 40 can easily be wall mounted, which is perfect for users who require routine, and are most comfortable knowing their phone is always in the same place. To mount this amplified telephone, drill two holes in the wall (80mm apart), insert the wall plugs and the screws, leaving about 6mm of the screws projecting from the wall. Then simply slide the telephone downwards to secure it in place.
What Warranty Does the Amplipower 40 Have?
For extra peace of mind, the Amplipower 40 Telephone is supplied with a two-year manufacturer's warranty.
Do You Have to Activate the Volume Control Each Time You Make and Receive a Call?
No. The great thing about this telephone is that there is a top level volume setting that you can activate (via a simple switch on the back of the telephone) that enables you to turn on the top level volume automatically each time you make or receive a call.
This means that you can set the volume and tone control to suit your needs, and leave those settings in place. You don't need to remember to activate the volume each time you use the phone. This makes it a perfect solution if you are setting up a telephone for a friend or family member and want to make sure that it is as simple for them to use as possible.
Features of the Geemarc Amplipower 40 Hard of Hearing Telephone
- Hands-free mode for use with multiple people
- Headset and shaker outputs for more private use
- Last number redial for easier re-connections in case of call loss
- Wall mountable for more economic use of living space
- Hearing aid compatible
- Three emergency memories
- Nine one touch memories
- Hands-free speakerphone
- Adjustable receiving volume control for the hands-free
- Adjustable ringer level and tone
- Visual ring indicator – bright LED light