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The Clarity D724 is a large button amplified cordless telephone with speaker designed for use by people who have cognitive or memory disabilities low vision or are hard of hearing. The handset amplifies incoming sound up to 40 decibels (dB) (20 times louder than a standard home phone). The phone features Clarity Power technology for amplification and DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication) 6.0 technology for interference-free communication. The Clarity D724's base has four PicturePerfect direct-dial buttons on which the user can place a photo of the person that the button will dial. It also features four tone settings, high contrast numbers, contoured keys with soft-touch material, backlit keypad, large font and high contrast caller ID screen, speakerphone in the handset and base, 10 speed dial buttons, 100 name and number phonebook with 10 memory buttons, 20 last number redial memory, belt clip for hands-free mobility, and 10 loud and clear melodies plus six levels of volume. Both the keypad and caller ID display light up as a bright visual ringer. The handset also has a 2.5-millimeter jack for assistive listening devices or headset. Up to five additional handsets (model D704HS, sold separately) can be used with the phone. POWER: The base is powered by a 100-240 volt, 200mA AC adapter; the handset uses two AAA, 600mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxWxD): Handset unit – 7 x 2.25 x 1.5 inches. Base – 3.25 x 5.75 x 4 inches. WEIGHT: 6.13 ounces (handset unit); 8.25 ounces (base). WARRANTY: One year limited warranty.
Notes: Clarity is a registered trademark and Clarity Power and D724 are trademarks.
This product record was updated on March 21, 2012.
This product is available from:
Clarity, a Division of Plantronics, Inc.6131 Preservation Drive
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37416
Telephone: 800-426-3738 or 800-552-3368.
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