A portable, battery operated, telephone amplifier for users with impaired hearing. It is compatible with landline telephones and payphones that have standard handsets and can also be used with some cordless telephone handsets. The amplifier is hearing aid compatible.
Extra product information
The amplifier straps onto the telephone handset to provide enhancement and clarity of incoming speech for the user. It amplifies sound by 26+dB and is compact and lightweight. The amplifier comes standard with amplifier, leatherette pouch, 2 "AAA" Battery and owners manual.
United States of America
Contact supplier for details
- Phoenix Hearing - https://www.phoenixhearing.com.au/ua30.html
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model UA 30: Portable Phone Amplifier
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