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Pros: sales literature is good.
Cons: The volume of Speaker Phone is way too low. This ais a design flaw. Panasonic Tech Support was useless. NEVER BUY THIS PHONE.
Other Thoughts: I wish I could get my money back on this lousy phone.
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Pros: Nice design.
Cons: Also, answering system refuses to program for only Line 1. Always announces Line 1 AND Line 2.
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Pros: Big buttons. Clear speakerphone. Comes with belt clip (something Panasonic cheaps out on on their other phones). Big caller ID display.
Cons: Your greeting and incoming message plays out loud unless you specifically set "call screening" to "off". But if you turn call screening off, you can't just turn the volume up if you see a call coming in. So you can't see the call, think, what does she want, screen the message, and then pick up if you want to. You have to wait until the whole message comes in, listen to it, and then call that person back if you choose.
Other Thoughts: This sounds like a stupid little thing, but it's not. Time management is key, and there are just some calls you know you can't pick up at this moment! Not having this feature - which was on my KG-TX6700 - slows me down.
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“The volume of Speaker Phone is way too low. This ais a design flaw. Panasonic Tech Support was useless. NEVER BUY ...”— 8/3/2011
“Also, answering system refuses to program for only Line 1. Always announces Line 1 AND Line 2.”— elr 5/16/2010