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Grandstream GXP1450 HD Enterprise IP Phone
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- 2 dual-color line keys (with 2 SIP accounts and up to 2 all appearances), 3 XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys, 3-way conference
- HD wideband audio, superb full-duplex hands-free speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation and excellent double-talk performance
- Large phonebook (up to 500 contacts) and call history (up to 500 records)
- Automated personal information service (e.g., local weather, etc.), personalized music ring tone/ring back tone, flexible customizable screen content & format using XML, and advanced Web and enterprise applications integration (pending)
- Dual switched auto-sensing 10/100Mbps network ports with integrated PoE
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I reported the problem to Grandstream and they said I need to contact the seller of the phone. Amazon of course did an exchange quickly and with no fuss, but the replacement phone has the same problem. Be aware that Grandstream will not honor their warranty if you are an end user. If you buy Grandstream from Amazon (or any reseller that isn't an official Grandstream dealer) and you have a problem after the Amazon 30-day return window has ended, you're out of luck.
Also, if you have one of these phones you may find the web setup screens lose most of their data. If that happens, clear your browser data and the setup screens will start working again. Sloppy programming.
I've bought a lot of Grandstream products for a project I am doing, and mostly everything works well. It's too bad that this one phone will give them an otherwise undeserved reputation for selling junk.
I wanted the same convenience that I had at the office with a business-class IP phone with native support for a wired headset.
I'm very pleased with the Grandstream's performance. It works flawlessly with my other home phones via Phonepower VOIP service.
I only have three minor gripes with the phone all related to its directory feature:
1) Only approximately 1.5 lines worth of directory information fit on the display
2) Directory entries only allow one number per contact -- it's not possible to have a single name that references home/office/mobile numbers
3) The first name and last name fields on the display have a fixed width each. A long first name with short last name, or vice-versa will end up with one or the other cut off even if together they would fit.
The sound quality is very good, but when this phone boasts HD quality it only means on thr handset RJ9 port. TThr phone also does not handle delay very well. It uses a rather high jitter buffer ms time in order to compensate for thr lack of computing power it has.
I recommended spending a little more money and buying a more powerful SIP phone. I will be buying a Cisco SIP phone that works without a Cisco call manager. I'm sure this phone might work a little better in an office, but not very efficient in a home office. The delay makes conversations very difficult.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They just bought these at my office and they are extremely (and completely unnecessarily) difficult to use. The sound is bad. Transferring calls is a freaking ordeal. Read morePublished on March 5, 2014 by D. Gomez
excellent performance, easy to set up and use
clean functional lines
works well with our IP service Ringio