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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Sugar Land, Texas
Comments about Panasonic KX-TG9381T DECT 6.0 Dual keypad 2 line Cordless Phone:
Most of the setup went smoothly. Still can't retrieve messages or change greeting. Maybe if the printed instructions were smaller or a lighter grey print. Then again maybe not. My eyes are NOT what they used to be. Plus side batteries seam to have good talk time. Good range in and around hose for talking. Separate ring tones for the two lines. Press talk answers either ringing line. Hold Hold is still a mystery. Speaker phone works very well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
By Small Business Owner
are you kidding? 45 characters to review product
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Use with one cable line and one voip line
By J Perry
I'm pleased with the flexibility allowing us to use the phone with both our Comcast cable phone and a voip line. Adjustments in programing to one handset such as time or deleting a received number change all handsets on the system. I havenâ€™t used the BlueTooth feature as yet but will in the near future. The base unit is in a home office. We received spotty reception in a far corner of our house. That problem has been solved with a Panasonic Dect 6 Range Extender. I am in a relationship focused business. Panasonic phones don't exceed my expectations because I expect a lot. But I have relied on Panasonic phones for more than 20 years.
(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)
Very Poor range
from Peoria, IL, USA
I had 2.4 gh phomes befor that would work a half a block away. This one start to breakup within 50'. I might as well have a long cord.
(12 of 14 customers found this review helpful)
Room for improvement
I've using Panasonic phones for my business for over 10yrs now. i upgraded to this phone and was little disappointed. the short cut bottom are nolonger avaliable. the down bottom used to let you see recent calls is nolong there. i found that to be very important feature for me. now i have to play with menu bottom just to see who called. The bluetooth feature is a plus, however it's almost useless because headset has to be linked to the base unit. if i were to be 15ft away from the base unit, you can't hardly hear anything. i hope on next version if this phone ; bluetooth feature can be built in the handset instead of the base and please bring back the shortcut bottoms.
(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
from Charlotte, NC
Generally speaking the system has done exactly what we wanted it to. Clarity and range are good. It is fairly straightforward to set up and use. The manual had to be referenced a few times (not meant as a criticism), but the necessary answers were in it. The system would have gotten a 5 with a few features. 1) Have a way for handsets to get more default settings from the base station. Most important would be for the base station to manage the phone book and distribute that to the handsets. 2) Base Station: Pushing the Line1/Line2 buttons will initiate a call on that line, but you cannot disconnet by pushing the same button. You have to push SpeakerPhone or the Bluetooth headset disconnect depending on which is currently active. There should be a consistent absolute way to disconnect, and the lighted Line1/Line2 buttons are the obvious choice. 3) Phone book works but needs a real speed dial, even if it was limited to 0 - 9. Pushing a number brings up the entry whose first letter corresponds. Of course there could be many entries, so then you have to scroll. It might take 5 or six key presses to a) access the phone book; b) select a starting letter; c) scroll etc. 4) Line Select. In Auto mode only Line 1 can be the default. Would be nice on a 2 line system to have Auto 1 and Auto 2 in addition to Line 1 and Line 2. That way the Base station or a handset could activate either line by default.
(10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)
Love this phone
I have had a version of this phone for about 8 years and I love it. We run a few businesses from our home and the 2 line feature is a must. I use the speaker phone feature from the base almost exclusively and it is crystal clear and can then take the hand held away from the desk if I need to check on something for a customer. I highly recommend it!
After owning 2 Panasonic 2 line cordless phones that I loved, purchasing the 3rd came with little thought. BUT - this one is difficult to navigate. Caller ID is accessible after a series of button presses instead of just the up down arrow as in past phones. No indicator light on handset for new messages, ring tones are scary and loud...esp for an office setting. SO SORRY I BOUGHT THIS. I have to pay a restocking fee to send it back so I am stuck. Design team dropped the ball on this one.
Not As Easy As Previous Model
from Jersey City, NJ
Accessing the answering machine and caller I.D. from the handsets is complex and cumbersome. Previous model had 3 mailboxes...this one has only 1.
Great, But Older Model Easier
I have an older model 2.4g, but got this one for my parents. They never had any cordless phones and they do love it, but they can't grasp the complicated way to access the answering machine from handsets. On the older model it's just one button, but on the new ones its a series of commands. They still have trouble with email. Even I am considering buying a different brand because of this, but the Panasonic 2.4g has been unbelievably fantansitc and trouble free for 8 years now.
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