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AT&T CRL32102 dect_6.0 1-Handset Landline Telephone

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  • High Quality, Durable, CID ANNOUNCE,LARGE DISP
  • Portable Design
  • Energy Star Certified
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Color Silver/black Silver/black Silver/black White
Batteries Required Y Y Y N
Batteries Included Y Y Y N
Model Year 2012 2012 2012 2012
Dimensions 7 inches x 4 inches x 3 inches 7 inches x 10 inches x 6 inches 10 inches x 8 inches x 5 inches 5.1 inches x 7.7 inches x 3.7 inches
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Technical Details

  • Speakerphone
  • Caller ID
  • Call Waiting

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007B5VETS
  • Item model number: CRL32102
  • Batteries 2 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 20, 2012

Product Description

High Quality, Durable, CORDLESS,DECT,ITAD.

Customer Reviews

The instructions were easy to follow.
Crystal L.
The large display makes letters and numbers very easy to read.
englhart
It's easy to use and has good sound quality.
David Langtry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Richard P. Muraski on October 17, 2012
Verified Purchase
I was looking for a replacement cordless phone/answering system at a reasonable price and after looking at the choices on Amazon, decided to try the AT&T CRL 32102 having a positive experience with two other AT&T corded phones, and this unit was just under $40.00. I ended up with more than I bargained for.

First, like other current model cordless phones, it makes use of DECT 6.0 wireless technology which means a dedicated frequency for cordless phones that gives extended range, is not bothered by interference from such devices as microwave ovens, and does not interfere with home wireless computer networks. This AT&T phone system (manufactured by V-Tech) has quite a few useful options, especially for people with hearing or vision issues. It has an extremely large viewing screen with large, black text on bright, white backlighting. A large keypad with orange backlighting with the option of a key press to be announced by the digital voice function. You can also activate talking Caller ID to hear who is calling as well as call-screening to hear answering machine incoming messages. Audio has also not been forgotten: The phone offers a feature called HD Audio - circuitry to add clarity to calls. On the front, there is an audio assist button to add a little more volume boost than the volume control alone. On the right side, there is an EQ button that alters, bass, treble, natural response, again for call clarity.

In the short time I've used the unit, it has performed flawlessly, and I have been especially impressed with the quality of the digital voice functions. Per the enclosed abbreviated instructions ( a full 90 page manual is available on the AT&T website as a .
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Brian on June 14, 2012
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I received my new CRL32102 Base Unit, and (3) CRL30102 Handset Units, yesterday. I plugged all 4 units into a power strip and let them charge 16 hours. Today I have been setting them up. So far I like everything about the phone: the nice large lighted display and buttons is probably the most obvious feature. I wont go into all the many features this phone system has, but it seems to have about every one a person could want. You get an 'Abridged' Manual, and have to go online to AT&T to get the 'complete' 90-page one, so I downloaded the PDF and submitted it online to my nearby FedEx Office, they printed it nicely with Spiral Binding and Clear Covers, however that cost me $18. It will take me awhile to get use to the many features. I will edit this review in the future if I have anything especially good or bad to report. LATER: to get the Talking Digit to work you have to put in the numbers 'before' you then 'connect' the call by pushing the green 'Phone' button. LATER: This could save someone some trouble. I thought the Call Waiting Caller ID wasnt working on the new phone, so I did a service call to AT&T, we figured out that it didnt work because I had the base unit routed thru a separate large screen Caller ID that we had been using for years, we had to discontinue using that. FYI: The way this new phone works is that 'only' the Base Unit plugs into a wall Phone Jack, all the addtnl handsets work remotely, and only connect to an electrical outlet for recharging; but this doesnt seem to affect the sound/connection function. LATER: the Intercom function works well btwn phones/rooms, and is very convenient to save a trip across the house and down the stairs. I also really like being able to hear/process messages on the Answer Machine (in the Kitchen) from the Bedroom or downstairs Office.Read more ›
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August 1, 2012
Brian - thanks for the great review! For the record, the complete user's manual is available for free at telephones.att.com. You can read it on line, or save the file to your computer for future reference and printing on your home or office printer.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By JohnnyBob on July 7, 2013
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I've had the phone for a month + a few days. It generally works OK but there are problems...

When I record an outgoing announcement for the answering machine, it is not as loud as it should be. I called their customer service about this and they had me do a hard reset of the phone. It didn't help. They also said I could return the phone for replacement, but I decided it wasn't worth the trouble. Apparently people can hear my recording OK. It just doesn't play with much volume from the handset.

The phone's advertising claims to have black letters on a white background on the handset view screen, but that's not true. The background is a dull gray. It's fairly legible but the contrast is not as good as could be.

The keys sometimes stick when I'm entering digits while on a call, such as a banking line requiring additional keypresses to respond. But the keys do not stick when dialing a phone number. Strange. This must be some kind of electronic malfunction, not a physical sticking of the keys.

Just recently, sometimes when I answer a call by interrupting the recording (call screening) it will give 3 short beeps then the line goes dead. There is no explanation of 3 short beeps in the User Manual. There is apparently no cure except for the person to call again, or I must return their call. Very frustrating! I'm going to have to call their customer service about this one.

The paper and ink User Manual which comes with the phone is incomplete. You must download the online PDF version.

It is just over 30 days since I bought the phone from Amazon or I might return it for a refund. I'm not sure. I wouldn't know where to get something better.
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