Telephone Handset Amplifier

Increases the volume of the telephone output [Split among sub-categories]
A person holds a Samsung smartphone and hitting a button on a pop-up menu that says "Calls" with various options.

Mobile app designed to help individuals with hearing or speech impairments make phone calls across different devices while on the move. Users can either make direct text-to-text calls with others who have the app or a textphone or use a text relay assistant to communicate with those who do not have the app.

A black travel case shown next to a medium-sized, black, and rectangular device, with a spool of cord, and other electrical components.

Audio loop amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing.

Various models of amplified telephones. Two models resemble standard corded telephones, but with a band of LED lights across the bottom edge of the receiver. One of them has a display screen. The other two models are cordless, with a large round speaker built-in the handset at the top above the display screen. They both have volume control buttons on the receiver. One has a round black display screen with blue numbers indicating volume level. All models are white or silver. One has bright yellow buttons.

Amplified telephones have extra-loud ringers and speaker volume, making them easier to hear.

Various models of cell phones for seniors. They resemble standard cell phones. One model is a flip phone; the other three are "candy bar" phones with large, easy-to-see buttons. One model is a smartphone with a touchscreen. This shows a simplified menu for"Phone," "Text Messages," "Camera," "Email Messages," etc. One phone has purple, red, pink, lime yellow, and blue buttons. The other models are black, white, red, and dark grey.

Provides essential phone and texting capabilities with a simplified interface, easy-to-see buttons and screen, and enhanced soakers for the hard-of-hearing.

Hamilton CapTel captioning service on the devices it supports.

Hamilton CapTel offers various captioned telephone technology solutions designed to make it easier for people with hearing loss to use telephones, smartphones, and tablets.

Gray device that connects to phone with control buttons on bottom edge.

Audio amplifier for telephones that also allows users to connect headphones to phones that do not have built-in headphone jacks.

Wire with rounded hook on top of a smartphone

Cordless mobile phone adapter for hearing aids.

Booster with on / off switch, speaker, light, and elastic strap around a telephone.

The PortampPlus is a small and portable telephone handset that can be attached to most telephone handsets with a Velcro strap. The volume is adjusted with a rotary control.