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Panasonic GigaRange KX-TG5471S 5.8 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Answering System


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  • 5.8 GHz signal with frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology
  • All-digital answering system with 16-minute recording time
  • Call waiting/caller ID compatible, 50-station memory dialer
  • Speakerphone, Voice Enhancer technology, easy menu operation
  • Illuminated keypad; 3 ringer patterns and 4 melody rings
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Product Details

Product Manual [4.65mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 3.8 x 7 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007QM8DO
  • Item model number: KX-TG5471S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 7, 2005

Product Description

Product Description

TP PA KX-TG5471S 5.8GHZ GIGARANGE CORDLESS PHONE WITH TAD

From the Manufacturer

Wireless network-friendly phone systems take communication to a higher level for incredible sound clarity. The KX-TG5471S 5.8 GHz GigaRange system uses frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology and operates on a different wavelength with much less traffic than 2.4 GHz phones to give enhanced range, security, and clarity. The shock and splash resistant cordless phone system is ideal for use outdoors or in the kitchen.

Features:

  • 5.8 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum technology (FHSS) for minimal interference, clear sound, and all the advantages of digital
  • Caller IQ compatible
  • Chain dialing
  • Call waiting/caller ID to see the name and phone number of incoming calls even while talking on another call
  • 50-station caller ID memory and dialer
  • 50-station phone books that are sharable among handsets
  • Large multifunction three-line LCD display on handset (see each caller's complete caller ID information without additional scrolling)
  • Backlighting on the handset LCD greatly aids visibility especially in low light
  • All-digital answering system with 16 minutes of recording time, voice menu & time/day stamp, 2-Digit LCD call counter on base, remote control from handset and outside lines
  • Voice Enhancer technology with high, deep and fun options
  • Easy operation (menu driven)
  • Three ringer patterns and four melody rings
  • Lighted handset keypad
  • Headphone jack and belt clip
What's in the Box
Cordless handset, base unit, AC charger/adapter, phone cord, belt clip, user's guide, warranty card

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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Small foot print of the base is also a plus.
E. Ham
This phone's sound and communication quality are very good, feature rich, the review is mainly focus on it's down side though, battery related.
Amazon Customer
The sound is decent, though I would like the handset to be a little louder.
NJ

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By E. Ham on October 20, 2005
I bought this about a month ago to replace my old 900mHz analog cordless phone at home. I don't use the phone very much at home; probably about 30~60 minutes a day. So far, very satisfied with the phone. But here are the things I noticed:

1. Very good sound quality. Hard to tell whether it's a cordless phone or not. Also, I love the volume control button in the middle which I can easily adjust with my thumb as I talk depending on the volume of noise in the surrounding area. The handset's ear piece volume control has 3 different levels of volume.

2. Speaker phone feature. Although not full duplex (I wouldn't expect that anyway at this price range), it works almost flawlessly. Speaker phone feature both at the handset and at the base. Both are very good. The volume level of the handset speaker phone feature has 6 different levels and the base speaker phone had 8 different levels. Also, switching to/from regular handset use with the ear piece and from/to the handset speakerphone feature is very easy; just press the "talk" button to use the ear piece and "sp-phone" to use it as a speaker phone.

3. Ear phone jack is also available on the handset. This is also very useful.

4. The key pad on the base is also very handy. I can use the base as a phone even if I don't have the handset, i.e., if and when I misplace the handset (although the handset would be easy to find with the locator function) or if and when the handset's battery dies.

5. Small foot print of the base is also a plus.

6. Good range. I also tested the range. I walked around the block to see how well it worked in the neighborhood. With a clear view to my house (wooden structure), I could be about 100 steps away and still get a clear reception.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By NJ on March 18, 2005
This is the third cordless phone I have bought in a month. The first, a Motorola, had terrible echoes and sound. That one went back. The second, a GE, was fine, for the first three weeks. Then the answering machine shut down erasing all the messages every time I put the phone in the cradle. That one went back. I've only had the Panasonic a couple of days, cut so far so good. The sound is decent, though I would like the handset to be a little louder. But everything else works and I have to admit, the talking caller ID is pretty cool. Hopefully this one will keep working.
Update: A week later and still working. I just wanted to add, however, despite what the Amazon site says, this only has one handset and is not expandable.
One more cool feature I have found. You can subscribe to the Caller IQ serivce to get weather and other things on the phone. This is OK, but the best part is you can use the web site to import your Outlook contacts. Then you can check the ones you want on your phone and they are automatically downloaded to the address book in the phone. Saves lots of work.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 12, 2005
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This phone's sound and communication quality are very good, feature rich, the review is mainly focus on it's down side though, battery related.

1. The phone eat battery. If I leave the battery not on the baseset (as suggested by the manual that extend batter life), the battery only last less than 2 hours of talking (in less than two days, not much standby power consumption), without even using boost clarity and voice enhancement feature. This is well below the manufacture suggested figure.

This is verified on two separate authentic panasonic batteries, so the chance that I came across an odd here is very small.

I purchased additional battery in case I need to backup in the middle of phone call. Then funny thing happened :

2. If you replace a near empty battery with a fully charged one, the handset battery indicator remain in low-battery state (so in this case, you will notice your phone "appears to be amazingly" run in low battery for two hours.

3. conversely, if you replace a fully charged battey with a nearly empty battery, the battery indicator remain in full battery state, until the battery is suddenly gone from full to null in seconds.

If you decide to use this phone, do purchase a few batteries, and let the handset remain on the baseset whenever not used (although not recommended by the manual that suggest will shorten the battery life) until tha battery cannot be used anymore.
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