This remarkable combo system includes a cordless phone, answering system and a corded phone. Each product has been designed to maximize the user’s ability to HEAR and SEE the phone ring, enhancing their ability to communicate comfortably with family, friends and colleagues.
Oricom’s Professional series utilises high quality components and innovative acoustic design to provide crystal clear amplified conversations.
The PRO910 is a very popular cordless phone system, especially for people who are hard of hearing or visually impaired.
- Guides user through setup, ideal for persons with low vision.
- One touch earpiece volume boost making calls louder and easier to understand - up to 90 dB spl with 5 volume levels on handset and base
- Two user profiles for earpiece receiver equalizer and amplification
- Multi handset compatible
- Loud ringer
- Hearing aid compatible
- Talking caller ID with 30 memories to help you identify who is calling before you answer
- Integrated digital answering system
- Visual ring indicator - ultra bright white strobe lights on the handset and base to visually signal incoming calls.
- One touch hands-free freedom when making or receiving a call
- High contrast backlit display with enlarged easy to read characters
- Ergonomic design coupled with large well spaced out and tactile buttons provide for comfort and ease of use
- Simple to use phonebook stores 50 names and numbers for quick dial out
WARNING: If connected via the NBN, this product may not be able to make calls during a power outage, please check with your service provider.
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