Amplified Phone Options

If you have a hearing loss ranging from mild to severe, you will most likely benefit from an amplified telephone. We carry a complete line of amplified telephones, including amplified corded telephones, amplified cordless telephones, and phone amplifiers that can be connected to an existing telephone.

The choice of the right amplified telephone depends on a number of factors, including personal preferences. Consult one of our Audiologists for details. If you already know what features you want on your amplified telephone, this page may be a good starting point. Below, we have listed some of our most popular phones and devices but please feel free to inquire as well about any devices you do not see here.

 

  Clearsounds Talk 500

    40dB amplification
    Tone control
    Speakerphone
    Big button talking keypad
    Talking Caller ID

 
 

 
CSC600W

Amplified Phone with Caller ID

    Amplifies incoming voice up to 50dB
    Large Caller ID screen makes it easy to see who’s calling...



 
 

 
ClearSounds A600
Cordless with Answering Machine and Caller ID

    Amplifies incoming voice up to 50dB
    Tone control for speech clarity
    Amplified digital answering machine in handset & base

Expandable up to 4 handsets

 

 

 


 
 

 
CSA55
Amplified Cordless Expandable System with Caller ID

    Amplifies incoming voice up to 50dB
    Adjustable tone control
    Adjustable extra loud ringer - up to 90dB on base and 80dB on handset
    Hearing aid compatible






 

*Please contact us to inquire about other available models.
 

 
Contact Us

American Hearing Center - Temple
1618 Canyon Creek Drive Ste 140
Temple, TX 76502
254.774.7727

American Hearing Center - Killeen
2806 S WS Young Dr Ste C
Killeen, TX 76542
254.680.3444

Toll free: 1.800.234.4621
Fax: 254.771.1256

Open: M-F, 8-5

Email us >>

Inspirational Wisdom


"Blindness isolates us from things, but deafness isolates us from people." ~ Helen Keller

"But people who think they can project themselves into deafness are mistaken because you can't. And I'm not talking about imagining what a deaf person's whole life is like I even mean just realizing what it is like for an instant." ~ Richard Masur