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What are some good telephones for people who are hard of hearing?

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The Panasonic KX-TG6592T DECT 6.0 Amplified Sound Cordless Phone and the Clarity XLC3.4 Amplified Cordless Phone are some good telephones for people who are hard of hearing, according to reviews on Amazon.com. The Hamilton CapTel 840i Real-Time Closed Captioned Telephone is another good phone for people who are hard of hearing.

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The Panasonic KX-TG6592T DECT 6.0 Amplified Sound Cordless Phone has a 4.1-star rating on Amazon.com, as of 2015. It includes two headsets, a tone equalizer that aids hearing loss and a digital answering system.

The Clarity XLC3.4 Amplified Cordless Phone has a 3.7-star rating on Amazon.com. It has four tone settings and a 95-decibel ringer with adjustable tones, and it boosts incoming sound to 50 decibels or more and outgoing speech to 15 decibels or more. It is also hearing-aid compatible.

The Hamilton CapTel 840i Real-Time Closed Captioned Telephone has a four-star rating on Amazon.com. It delivers real-time captions to show what the caller is saying, and they appear on all calls. It supports English and Spanish.

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