Released March, 2009
The Pros:Great reception from several rooms over. Integrates well with the Panasonic KX-TG6400 set, no real setup required. Sound quality is clear and distortion free.
The Cons:A little tricky to scroll through missed calls.
Panasonic's KX-TGA641T is an extra handset for use with (and only with) the KX-TG6400 Series of Panasonic cordless phones on a single phone line. This is not a telephone system itself and must only be used as an expansion handset for an existing system.
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It uses the DECT 6.0 wireless format, meaning that it operates at a wireless frequency of 1.9 GHz so as not to interfere with other wireless electronics. The handset has an amber-backlit LCD display, and rechargeable batteries that come with a charge station. The handset can be used as an intercom with other handsets or compatible bases, and it has its own independent ringer volume and silent mode. It can access the main unit's phone book, voice mail, and caller ID, and it does support the talking caller ID and talking alarm functions of the TG6400 series. Other features include call blocking for up to 30 numbers, speakerphone, and a 2.1" full-dot monochrome display. This is a mid-range handset, comes only in black, and looks just like the default handsets that come with the TG6400 Series base units.
- For use with KX-TGA6400
- Backlit 2.1" full-dot LCD display and keys
- DECT 6.0 wireless, 1.9GHz
- 30-number block list
- Talking caller ID, alarm clock and battery indicator
- Handset-to-handset intercom compatible
- Light-up ringer and voice mail indicator
- Itemized voice mail
- Independent silent mode/ringer adjustment
- Rechargeable batteries, 11 hour standby time, 5 hour talk time
- Compatible with caller ID, voice mail, phone books of base unit
- 5-number redial function
User Reviews (1)
great reception from several rooms over
integrates well with the Panasonic KX-TG6400 set, no real setup required
sound quality is clear and distortion free
doesn't interfere with a home's WiFi network
talking caller ID announces the caller's name between rings, saves you having to cross the room to check it
speakerphone is loud and clear with no echo on the other end
a little tricky to scroll through missed calls
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