Amplified Phones

Hearing on the telephone is often one of the largest challenges for hard of hearing individuals. A large part of this is the fact that the sound is only going into one ear, and there are no visual cues. In many cases hearing aids can help, but for those with more pronounced hearing losses, often times the use of an amplified telephone makes the largest improvement. We have access to a very large range of amplified phones, but have chosen some of our favourite to showcase here on the website. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information on one of these phones, or you have found another model that you are interested in.

Audiologist Ottawa

Clarity XLC 3.4 – $215

One of our favourite cordless amplified phones. We have a lot of satisfied patients using the Clarity XLC 3.4 

  • Up to 50 dB of amplification
  • Caller ID
  • Cordless handset
  • Adjustable extra loud ringer volume
  • Flashing light ringer
Audiologist Ottawa

Clarity C4220 – $190

Another great option in the cordless phone range. This phone is also available for those with Veterans and WSIB coverage.

  • Up to 50 dB of amplification
  • 4 tone settings
  • Caller ID
  • 40 names can be entered in speed dial
  • Cordless handset
  • Adjustable extra loud ringer volume
  • Flashing light ringer
  • Covered by WSIB and Veterans Affairs
Audiologist Ottawa

Clear Sounds CSC600 – $175

This Clear Sounds model is our preferred corded home phone. It provides a great deal of amplification and is very user friendly

  • Up to 50 dB of amplification 
  • Ultra-clear sound-clarifying technology
  • Adjustable extra loud ringer volume
  • Large, easy to push buttons
  • 5 programmable one touch speed dials
  • Covered by WSIB and Veterans Affairs
Audiologist Ottawa

Clarity BT914 – $135

Although this phone does not have quite as much amplification as our other cordless phones, it is the only one to have a built in answering machine.

  • Built in answering machine
  • Up to 40 dB of amplification
  • Caller ID
  • Cordless handset
  • Bluetooth compatible
  • Four tone settings
  • Covered by WSIB and Veterans Affairs
Audiologist Ottawa

Phonak DECT Phone – $200

Designed to work specifically with Phonak hearing aids, the new DECT phone transmits the phone signal directly through BOTH hearing aids. This provides the best signal possible.

  • Best audio signal for those using Phonak hearing aids
  • Less chance of feedback
  • Works as a normal phone for anyone else
  • Adjustable volume
  • Caller ID
  • Covered by WSIB and Veterans Affairs
Audiologist Ottawa

Widex Phone-DEX – $200

Widex’s Phone-DEX works with their three most recent generations of hearing aids. It allows the phone to send the audio signal directly to BOTH hearing aids, increasing clarity.

  • Best audio signal for those using Widex hearing aids
  • Less chance of feedback
  • Works as a normal phone for anyone else
  • Adjustable volume
  • Caller ID
  • Covered by WSIB and Veterans Affairs