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Amplified Answering Machine With Slow Playback (Model Vm150)

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The Amplified Answering Machine With Slow Playback, model VM150, is a hearing aid compatible amplified answering machine designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Messages can be amplified as much as 40 decibels (dB) in volume, and played back at slower speeds to increase intelligibility, while HDS (High Definition Sound) technology sharpens and clarifies words. Call Intercept allows the user to answer or pick up call and talk while the caller is recording a message. The unit has a bright LED display and an output jack for a telecoil or neck-loop for a hearing aid or cochlear implant. Other features includes a prerecorded greeting message in English, French, or Spanish; 40 minutes of recording time; remote access; and toll saver. POWER: Uses household current, with battery backup for power outage. DIMENSIONS: LED display is 0.5 inches high. WARRANTY: One year.

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Price: 
79.95
as of: 
05/22/2011
Seller(s): 
Amplified Answering Machine With Slow Playback (Model Vm150)

Made By:

Serene Innovations, Inc.
Serene Innovations, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: customercare@sereneinnovations.com
Phone: 866-376-9271
Fax: 562-483-2087
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
562-407-5400
Web Address: 
http://sereneinnovations.com

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Maxi-Aids, Inc.
Maxi-Aids, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: sales@maxiaids.com
Phone: 800-522-6294
Fax: 631-752-0689
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
631-752-0521
TTY: 
800-281-3555 x631
Web Address: 
http://www.maxiaids.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Communication, Computers
 
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