Flashing Doorbell for Hearing Impaired Reviewed
amplified doorbell, specifically designed to meet not only the requirements for extra amplification, but also for additional visual signalisation. Amplified doorbells can be used not only to amplify the sound of doorbells, but also of other sound devices such as telephones, smoke alarms, etc. Sometimes the additional amplification of the sound may not be strong enough for individuals suffering from severe to profound hearing loss or for the moments when you are not wearing your hearing aid. In these cases an additional alarm, such as a flashing light, can solve the problem. This useful feature means you need not accidentally miss an important visitor or a phone call. A popular manufacturer of amplified doorbells is Geemarc and Hearing Direct’s online catalogue offers some of their best products complete with a full 12-month warranty. Geemarc AmpliCALL16 Door Bell Ring Indicator is specifically designed to amplify the sound of doorbells with up to 95dB. It can be mounted on a desk or a wall and includes a camera flash ring indicator. The alarm has 4 handy options – off, alarm + light, light + shaker, alarm + shaker. Another great option from Geemarc is the AmpliCALL20 Doorbell and Telephone Ring Indicator (see image above), which includes the same features as the AmpliCALL16, but can be used to notify the user for both doorbell rings and telephone calls. The product is fully compatible with BT phone lines.