Post updated 6th October 2017 (removed end-of-life phones and ones no longer supplied through us, and tidied up)
We are quite often asked for IP desk phones that are hearing aid compatible (HAC). HAC means that the phone has a inductive coupler, which will work directly with a hearing aid to give a clearer sound.
I have put a list together of the phones that we sell that are known to be hearing aid compatible:
CP-7811, CP-7821, CP-7841, CP-7861, CP-8811, CP-8841, CP-8845, CP-8851, CP-8861, CP-8865
|Gigaset||DX800A, Maxwell 10|
|Panasonic||KX-UT113, KX-UT123, KX-UT133, KX-UT136|
|Polycom||VVX101, VVX201, VVX300/301/310/311, VVX400/401/410/411, VVX500/501, VVX600/601|
|snom||D305, D315, D715, D725, D765, D375, M65|
|VTech||VSP716A, VSP726A, VSP736A|
|Yealink||T40PN*, T41PN*, T42GN*, T46GN*, T48GN*
T41S, T42S, T46S, T48S
* Requires purchase of an additional HAC handset.
This is just a guide, there may be some phones we sell that are not listed here. Check out the phone’s technical data sheet for more information.