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Cell Phone Accessories

Do you have trouble hearing your cell phone ring?
Do you use your cell phone as an alarm clock?
Do you have trouble hearing on your cell phone?

Well, now there are several accessories available to help with all of these problems!.

Ring Alerting Devices
Serene Innovations has several cell phone signalers.

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The RF 200 Cell Phone Signaler is a desktop signaling device for landline and mobile phones, notifying you when you have incoming calls with a loud ringer and bright flasher.


The CentralAlert CA-CX Phone Signaler does all of the above and can also transmit a signal to the Serene Innovations CA360 Clock/Receiver in another room.

Alarm Signalers

Do you use your cell phone as an alarm?  Is it under your pillow or right next to your head?  Or worse, on your chest?!  Now you can use a Bluetooth TCL Pulse Alarm.  It will wake you with vibration or sound or both.  It works with iPhones and iPads (and the free TCL Pulse App) and once it is programmed, the phone can be turned off or in another room. Keeping your cell phone at a distance, eliminates any worries concerning cell phone radiation that is emitted.

Cell Phone Amplifiers

SI Hear All Cell Phone

Serene Innovations HearAll Cell Phone Amplifier SA-40 is a Bluetooth cell phone amplifier that will pair with your cell phone. It amplifies up to 40dB, has tone control and t-coil mode, and can be used with our without hearing aids.

Other devices to help you hear better on the phone:

I hope some of these devices can help you with your cell phone.  If you have other techniques to help, please share in a comment below.  Thanks!


4 Responses

  1. I especially like my ClearSounds Amplified neck loop for important phone calls with the iPhone. Amplifies both the ‘other’ voice and my own, naturally, as I’m using my HAs. I also use and much like the Apple earbuds, although one’s own voice is not amplified and therefore the 2-way experience is a bit odd. I keep the earbuds in a tiny pouch. When I take my HAs out and put in the earbuds, I place the HAs in the pouch so they are not misplaced. I also love the earbuds for listening to audio on my iPad/laptop (video narration etc). Easier than neck loop and saves battery usage.

    • Thanks, Melinda! I love the idea of keeping your earbuds in a pouch and putting your hearing aids in that. I don’t understand how the neckloop amplified your own voice. Do you mean your voice is louder to the person you are talking to? Or does it sound louder to yourself?

      • Louder to myself, but I realize that is because I’m wearing my HAs; whereas with the earbuds, I am not…those amplify only the receiver voice, not my own. Right?

  2. Oh! Yes, I get it. Thanks!

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