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--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Talktone device for the deaf (TDD or TTY), is a small unit which can be used with a push button phone. It is placed over the receiver of the telephone and held secure with an elastic strap. The push buttons of the phone are used to transmit messages which appear on a small screen on the face of the device. A special code system requires two keystrokes per character. For example, A is entered by pushing A and 1, since A is the first of the three letters printed on the key with ABC. B would be entered by pushing B and 2. A person who is familiar with the coding system can transmit the signals without having a special device, providing the deaf person does have the device and can then speak to the hearing person in response. Unit is very portable, pocket size.
This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.
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Golden Valley, Minnesota 55422
Telephone: 800-757-8055 or 612-520-9723.
Fax: 612-520-9529 F.
Web: No known web address.
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