Konnekt Captioning Videophone

Konnekt Captioning Videophone

At last. An easy phone for those with hearing loss, of all ages.

  1. Captions. Fast, private, accurate. Multiple languages.
  2. Loud, clear sound. Hands-free, or holding a traditional handset.
  3. Read lips, facial expressions. Use sign language.

Read the other person’s words, and optionally your own words, as text messages.

Captioned video calls enable lip reading  

Making and Receiving a Video Call with Konnekt Captioning Videophone

Talk face-to-face with family, friends and colleagues

  • Captions start automatically (no buttons, no operators) thanks to Skype under the hood
  • Read lips and facial expressions; use sign language or flash cards
  • Face-to-face calls shown* to help prevent social isolation and depression
  • Incredibly easy to use, plus options for cognitive and mobility impairments

Regular phone calls are captioned 

Making and Receiving Regular Phone Call with Konnekt Captioning Videophone

Ideal for all ages, for poor hearing to deafness

  • Make and receive regular phone calls, with big captions up to 7cm tall
  • One touch to call or answer, or dial using a large numeric keypad*
  • Extra loud; SUPER loud with our powered external speaker
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How to make a call

  1. One touch: Press a Name button, or press Phone to enter a number
  2. Wait: The other person can answer on a regular phone or PC / tablet
  3. Watch: If they answer on Skype, you can read lips too
  4. Listen: You can also hear them (loudly)
  5. Read: Captions start automatically, in your language
  6. Finish: Either of you can end the call

Konnekt Captioning Phone vs older captioning phones

Konnekt Captioning Videophone

Hearing loss couple

• Video calls and phone calls
• Supports lip reading, sign language
• Fast, private captioning; no operator
• No phone service needed; just Internet
• Big captions, multiple languages
• Continued support

Older phone with operator captioning

A lady is making a regular phone call

• Phone calls only; no video
• No lip reading or sign language
• A human listens to your call
• Needs a phone service and Internet
• Captions in English only
• Temporary support via USA

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How to receive a call

  1. They call you: The other person either calls your number, or calls you on Skype (shown)
  2. It rings loudly, and the whole screen flashes
  3. Other rooms: Lamps are turned on, or your pocket device vibrates (both optional)
  4. One touch: Press ANSWER – or nominated callers can be answered automatically (optional)
  5. Watch: If they use Skype, see their face and read lips
  6. Listen: You can also hear them (loudly)
  7. Read: Captions start automatically, in your language
  8. Finish: Either of you can end the call

Phone Keypad Dialler

Dial phone numbers easily using the Keypad Dialler*

  • Huge on-screen buttons: Easy to press
  • See entered digits: Avoid/correct errors
  • Send DTMF tones during calls: “Press 1 for…”

*Inclusion of the keypad dialler is optional and not available in all countries. Please ask, if required.

More about How It Works

Young girl reading facial expressions

For All Ages, All Abilities

  • Young: From 4, for those who read facial expressions.
  • Children, Teens: For anyone who can read or sign.
  • Adults: At home, in the workplace, working from home.
  • Independent: Our oldest user is 104.
  • Care Homes: Virtual visits are the best gift.
ATSA 2021 Seminar Presentation by Konnekt

ATSA Seminar

  • Konnekt Captioning Videophone and Lip Reading
  • Medical Research and Case Studies
  • Alternative Captioning Phones
  • When to Recommend

Download the Presentation

Captioning Videophone – As Seen on TV

Hearing loss? New Technology to Keep in touch with loved ones

To watch the interview: Skip to 1:27 (1 minute 27 seconds) into the video

More about Captioning Videophone 

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