The Pro Phone Center has four tone settings and amplifies incoming sounds up to 50 decibels. On top of that it will separate noise from voice to give you the best possible listening experience.
There’s multi-band compression and adjustable volume, along with digital 5.8GHz transmission to provide less interference. There are four tone settings to customize your listening experience. You’ll appreciate the full duplex speakerphone in the handset and base – and the handset is contoured, to be comfortable and easy to hold. The concave earpiece creates an acoustic chamber to provide crystal-clear sound. This is an excellent, feature-rich solution for those with hearing loss.
The digital answering machine comes with adjustable-speed playback and remote access. There’s also call waiting, of course, and caller ID with 40-name and number memory. And the unit is hearing aid compatible. There are also features especially helpful for those with vision problems, like the bright visual ringer flashes that signal incoming calls. The high-contrast white LED screen is bright and easy to see, and generously spaced backlit buttons make dialing easier.
The Pro Amplified Phone Center ($269) is available from firstSTREET.
Clarity phones are always rated well.
As long as the operation is as simple as their other phones I don’t see this being any less popular.
The price in the post is incorrect. The only thing that’s $54.99 is the 5 year warranty; the phone is $269.00
Sorry about that, I have updated the price now.
Thanks for pointing it out, Joe!