ClearSounds A400 Cordless Phone Now Offered By FTRI Program For Florida Residents With Hearing Loss

The ClearSounds A400 Amplified Talking Cordless Phone is now available through Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. to qualified Florida residents with hearing loss. This marks the second ClearSounds phone to be distributed by the FTRI program.
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CHICAGO - March 11, 2015 - PRLog -- NAPERVILLE, Ill.—ClearSounds Communications, the leading manufacturer of listening devices for people with hearing loss, is excited to announce that their A400 Amplified Talking Cordless Phone has just been added to the options of free amplified telephones available through the Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. (FTRI) program.

FTRI is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that administers the Specialized Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program for citizens of the state of Florida who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind or speech challenged. The amplified telephones and ring-signalers distributed through the program are loaned at no cost to permanent Florida residents aged 3 and up who are certified as having a hearing loss or speech impairment.

The FTRI program is already offering the ClearSounds CSC500 Amplified Spirit Phone, winner of the 2011 Mature Market Resource Center’s New Product & Technology Award. With up to 40 dB of incoming sound amplification, big-button keypad, amplified speakerphone and bright visual indicators, the CSC500 has been a tried-and-true corded phone for years. It will continue to be offered by the FTRI program alongside the newest addition, the A400 Amplified Talking Cordless Phone.

But for anyone seeking enhanced landline communication with the option of portability within the home, the A400 is an exciting cordless alternative. As ClearSounds’ second phone to be distributed by FTRI, the A400 includes a big-button keypad, talking Caller ID and talking keypad, 4 one-touch memory dial keys, bright visual ringer, 200 entry capacity phonebook and full duplex speakerphone. The A400 also allows you to create your ideal customized sound experience, providing up to 40 dB of incoming sound amplification, six-level ringer volume control, 10 ringtone options and fully-adjustable volume and tone levels, ensuring that each call is tailored specifically to your preferences. Another convenient feature of the A400 is the ability to add extension handsets, which ClearSounds sells separately and are not available through the FTRI program.

The ClearSounds A400 amplified cordless phone and CSC500 amplified corded phone are available at no cost to qualified Florida residents.

About FTRI
Permanent Florida residents who are certified as having a hearing loss can easily obtain an amplified telephone by completing an application and visiting one of FTRI’s 30 conveniently located distribution centers throughout the state. For more information, call FTRI at 1-800-222-3448 or visit and #KeepFloridaConnected.

About ClearSounds
ClearSounds Communications, based in Naperville, Ill., is a privately-held, family-run and women-owned company that has been creatively, stylishly and economically meeting the needs of people with hearing loss for over 30 years. By designing, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, selling and distributing a complete line of communication, sound enhancement and audio products, ClearSounds is leading the way in cutting-edge technology for individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing loss and anyone seeking a remarkable sound experience. ClearSounds is a 2013 CES Innovation Award Honoree for Accessibility, Design & Engineering. Please visit or call 1-800-965-9043 for more information.

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