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Motorola MD671 5.8GHz Cordless Speakerphone/Caller ID

3.6 out of 5 stars 162 customer reviews

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  • 5.8 GHz digital cordless phone with dual keypads and graphic displays (on handset and base unit)
  • Expandable to 6 handsets for large households; built-in base and handset speakerphones
  • Caller ID with visual call waiting and 3-way conferencing technology
  • Integrated battery meter with audible and visual alert signals
  • Measures 8.09 x 3.5 x 12.75 inches (WxHxD); 1-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

53909 Digital 5.8GHz Multi Handset System - 5.8GHz Expandable cordless telephone system - Only one phone jack required for system- Up to 6 handsets total- Caller ID, call waiting caller ID- Speakerphone (handset and base)- 5 Day battery standby time- 50# Phonebook- Vibracall alert- Rubberized side grips- Quick-touch menu- Multiple ring tones- Headset jack- Blue backlit LCD displays- Handset locator- 10# Redial- Intercom to the base- Dual keypads- Wall mountable- Silver with blue accentsPackage Contents:- Base unit and handset- Belt clip- AC adapter - Wall bracket- Line cord- ManualBATTERY: HHR-P546 or ATTBAT-2401ADDITIONAL HANDSET: MOT-MD61

The Motorola MD671 combines 5.8 GHz digital technology, a stylish silver design, plenty of functions, and even expandability to six handsets, making it perfect for busy households. With dual keypads, dual displays (full graphic), and dual speakerphone capability, the MD671 also offers the convenience of caller ID and visual call waiting, so you always know who's calling.

See the features of the Motorola MD671.
The MD671 includes one handset to get you started; it houses a wealth of great features. Selectable ring tones help identify callers, while three-way conferencing makes the MD671 a great phone for business use and home use both. The convenient intercom functionality helps you stay connected. Additional handset features include redial, flash, mute, hold, and a built-in battery meter with audible and visual alert signals that let you know when power is running low.

The MD671 comes with everything you need to get started and is backed by a one-year warranty.Caller ID with visual call waiting Full keypad in base Redial, flash, hold, and mute functionality 5.8 GHz digital signal, expandable to six total handsets

Additional features for the Motorola MD671 include full keypad in base, caller ID with visual call waiting indication in handset and base (requires subscription through your local phone company).

What's in the Box
MD671 base, handset, NiCD battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, warranty information

Product Details

Product Manual [2.91mb PDF]
  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0000CDELC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at September 1, 2003

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

We had a failure of the base unit for our Siemens Gigaset 4210 system, which made the whole system inoperative. Although this system is still under warranty and will be repaired, we never liked using it. Therefore, we decided to replace that system with a different one. We considered 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5.8 GHz cordless phones. We did not have any requirements for extraordinary range or wireless LAN compatibility. The choices were numerous, but our final selection of a new Motorola MD671 system resulted after a compromise of our requirements.
Our needs seemed to be simple, but just try to satisfy them in a cordless phone or phone system. While researching our choices, we came across a review that stated "... if these features are available in a cell phone, why can't I have them in a cordless?" We strongly agree with this remark, and we feel that the manufacturers should get their cell and cordless design teams talking to each other to exchange some of the good feature ideas.
Our requirements for multiple phones or a phone system:
* Speed dial or memory dial
* Long battery life
* Ability to operate during a power failure
* Phonebook sharing among the handsets and base (system phones only)
* Clear, easy-to-read display
* Good sound quality
* Solid feel and comfortable to use
* Speaker operation in all handsets
* Voicemail notification (FSK light)
* Caller ID
We did not have requirements for other features, such as intercom, so other reviews may be helpful when considering those features. We also did not want to get into a phone or system with an answering machine.
After using the Motorola MD671 system for a few days, I can provide some pros and cons, from our perspective.
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I'll be honest, I didn't need a new phone. I simply loved my Siemens despite the bad reviews and even friends who had battery problems with theirs; mine worked fine. I loved the feature set, although certain things were missing that I would have liked. It was about time that I got some extension units, and I decided to look around and see if there were any new systems that tempted me.
Well, I came across this little beauty. Motorola has a good one on their hands! The lights behind the keypad illuminates a vibrant LED Blue! LED Blue! The screen itself is a pale blue/white color - very pleasing to the eye, I must say. My old siemens had no keypad backlighting so I was on my on in the dark when dialing! This unit registers new calls (CID) on each handset and the base independently, which is fine - but a big plus is that it does not blink lights when a new call has been received like the siemens! That drove me I only see a light blink if I have voicemail (and on every single piece of this system to boot!)
The menu system is intuitive, the feature set is a bit limited compared to the siemens, but I'll survive without the voice dialing and "quiet times" that phone offered. The ringers are ok - of the 8, I would say 3 or 4 are nice, the rest are just a bit strange. Certainly not a bad thing.
Aesthetically, this phone is gorgeous. It is a true work of art and it is clear that some designers had a large part in the process! I bought a base and one handset extension for another room, although I'm thinking of getting even one more for downstairs.
The range on this phone is just about the same as my siemens (which was rather good). No problems working in "the yard" with this puppy! Battery life is VERY nice as well.
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This is a very cool phone. But if you are buying this 5.8ghz phone, as I did, to replace the 2.4ghz which is interfering with your wi-fi network - beware. I verified from Mortorola tech support what another reviewer stated. Here is what Motorola replied to my inquiry (at least they're honest):
"It is true that the 5.8GHz phones use both the 5.8GHz and 2.4GHz frequencies. When making a call out from the phone, it is transmitted on the 5.8GHz frequency, and when you receive a call, it is transmitted on the 2.4GHz frequency. So, to answer your question, yes, the MD 671 does use the 2.4GHz frequency at times."
"The MD 671 phone uses the 2.4GHz frequency to transmit signals when a call is received on this phone. So, if some one were to call you, then the conversation between you and that person would be transmitted on the 2.4GHz frequency."
It is a bit disheartening that a company is allowed to advertise the phone as 5.8ghz when that implies "only 5.8 ghz". This is misleading and frustrating when you end up realizing the problem only after your network starts going down and you've called tech support for your wireless hardware and eventually your phone. That's only if you don't give up by then and get another phone. They could really prevent alot of heartache and time wasting if they only represented the phone correctly. I smell a class action suit brewing but I just prefer not to go through that again with my next phone. Buyer: beware and DO YOUR RESEARCH.

RE: Is it true "that the phone receives on the 5.8 GHz frequency, but sends on th... [Motorola Incident#: 050514-000524]
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