Geemarc PhotoPhone 100 Amplified Picture Telephone
As we get older, our hearing and memory may begin to slip. This can be frustrating for the person and worrying for their loved ones, often making everyday tasks, like using the telephone, more difficult. The Geemarc PhotoPhone 100 Amplified Picture Telephone, featuring 30dB amplification, +/-10dB tone control and a hearing aid T-coil compatible handset, is designed specifically for the elderly, hard of hearing and those who have trouble remembering phone numbers.
- Receiver Volume: Up to 30dB
- Ringing Volume: Up to 80dB
- Hearing aid compatible
- No power cord needed
What's Included with This Purchase?
- 1 x PhotoPhone 100
- 1 x PhotoPhone 100 handset with curly cord
- 1 x Telephone line cord
- 1 x User cord
How Loud Is This Amplified Telephone?
The Geemarc PhotoPhone 100 Amplified Telephone is suitable for people who suffer from high frequency hearing loss. Increasing the volume of your phone may seem an obvious solution if you can't hear the ringing, but this doesn't always help; instead, the Geemarc Photophone 100 has an inbuilt sound equaliser that selectively increases the volume of high or low frequency sounds.
Does This Phone Need to Be Plugged Into the Mains?
No, the PhotoPhone 100 is exceptionally easy to use, and does not require electricity to work. To set it up, all you need to do is connect the telephone to the telephone socket using the telephone line cord supplied. Only use the telephone connection line supplied because the equipment may not function if another telephone connection line is used.
Is the PhotoPhone 100 Hearing Aid Compatible?
Featuring the premium receiver, the telephone is perfectly adapted for hearing aids, and is compatible with most commercially available hearing aids. However, due to the wide range of hearing aids available, there is no guarantee that the telephone will function problem-free with every model.
How Do I Install the PhotoPhone 100?
The PhotoPhone 100 is designed to be very easy to install and use. To do so, connect the handset to one end of the curly cord, and plug the other end of the curly cord into the jack on the left hand side of the unit. Place the handset on the cradle.
Finally, connect the line cord to the jack located at rear of telephone, then connect the plug at the other end of the line cord into the wall socket. You can learn more about the PhotoPhone 100 by viewing the user manual linked below:
|User Manual |
How Do I Replace the Photos with My Own Photos?
The PhotoPhone 100 features eight photo ID memory buttons, which can be customised and replaced with pictures or text of your choosing. To do so, feel free to use this template to upload your own pictures and print them for the buttons.
Can the PhotoPhone 100 Be Wall Mounted?
To wall mount the PhotoPhone 100, slide the handset hanger tab out and reverse its position. Then slide it back into place, so that the hook points up.
Install two self-tapping screws (not supplied) at a distance of 80mm from each other, and located on a vertical line. Place the phone onto the screw-heads and slide it down.
What Warranty Does the PhotoPhone 100 Telephone Have?
For extra peace of mind, the PhotoPhone 100 Telephone is supplied with a two-year manufacturer's warranty.
Can I Connect This Phone with Additional Handsets?
Unfortunately, this corded telephone can't be connected to more handsets. For this, we would recommend the Geemarc AmpliDECT 295 Combi Photo Amplified Corded Desk Phone and Answering Machine, which includes a corded and a cordless telephone, while the corded telephone base can be connected to four more handsets.
- Unique ergonomic design for ease of use
- Hearing aid compatible
- Adjustable receiving volume of up to 30dB
- Hands-free speakerphone function
- Three one-touch memory buttons
- Eight photo ID memory buttons
- Keypad with extra large buttons
- Redial and mute buttons
- Extra loud ringer adjustable up to 80dB
- Ringer visual indicator
- Analogue extension
- Works without an AC adaptor
- Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 7cm