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Panasonic KX-TG9344T Dect 6.0 Expandable Digital Cordless Phone with Answering System, Metallic Black, 4 Handsets

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  • DECT 6.0 expandable digital cordless phone and answering system
  • Talking caller ID; talking alarm clock; talking battery alert
  • All-digital answering machine; night mode with light-up indicator
  • 50-station shared phonebook; digital handset speakerphone
  • Expandable up to six handsets for busy offices and homes
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Dimensions 5.7 inches x 5.4 inches x 6 inches 4 inches x 4.6 inches x 7 inches 3.2 inches x 3.5 inches x 5.4 inches 6.4 inches x 6.1 inches x 6.3 inches
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Panasonic KX-TG9344T DECT 6.0 Expandable Digital Cordless Answering System w/4 Handsets

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The Panasonic DECT 6.0 Expandable Digital Cordless Answering System operates in the 1.9GHz frequency range, which means this phone will not conflict with other wireless devices such as computer routers, wireless keyboards, microwave ovens, and other common household devices. With DECT 6.0 (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) technology, you can move freely around your home with long range and amazingly clear sound. It also assures greater protection against eavesdropping for all your calls. This phone system allows you to program each handset to ring--or not--at your discretion. Before going to sleep, simply set the bedside handset to "night mode" so that it won't ring in your bedroom. In the meantime, the handset in the den will still ring when that important call comes in without disturbing the person who's sleeping. This phone system also features text-to-speech technology, which announces the Caller ID information between rings. The system also boasts a talking alarm clock that will tell you when it's time for lunch, a 50-entry digital phone book, a digital answering machine, multilingual support (English and Spanish) and a talking battery alert that politely tells you when your battery is low with a "please charge phone" reminder. Each handset comes with a battery that supports five hours of talk time and 11 days of standby time, and the system can be expanded to up to six handsets. This system's base also features a keypad and receiver, which can be used as a functional phone in the absence of a handset.

What's in the Box
Four Panasonic DECT 6.0 phones, base with keypad, three cradles, and power supplies.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 6 x 5.7 inches ; 5.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00138FMQK
  • Item model number: KX-TG9344T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (236 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at December 7, 2003
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197 of 198 people found the following review helpful By Ed G on April 1, 2008
I agree with the previous reviewer that this is a great product. I bought it to avoid interference with my home wi-fi network (g and n); absolutely no interference.

I really like the backlit keypad and the talking caller ID (a noticeable improvement over previous Panasonic phones). I notice that these were the biggest gripes on previous Amazon reviews, so Panasonic is obviously taking notice.

If you want to save about $20, you can buy the version without a phone keypad in the base unit (KX-TG9334T) but I like having the "extra phone" in the base unit (you have to use the speaker phone option with no headset plugged in). Works great at a workdesk or kitchen and almost makes this a 5 headset system.

Unlike the previous reviewer, who thought the headsets too small, for me they are slightly bigger than I like. I would prefer something slightly smaller that could fit inside a pants pocket while I'm working in the yard or in the garage. Not possible with these headsets--you need a belt clip--but not really a big deal.

The phone book is great--easy to add an incoming call--and MOST IMPORTANT it automatically updates the phone book in EVERY headset with that new name and number.

We plan to add another headset but there are three different options. A little disappointing that the Panasonic parts center could not tell us the differences (we eventually found out via the internet--the TGA 630 has no lit touchpad and is white/pearl color, the TGA 930 is pretty close to the supplied headset but the keypad is black, and the TGA 935 has drop and splash resistance (for a kitchen or bath?).

Bottom line: great product!
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239 of 246 people found the following review helpful By D. Carter on September 2, 2008
I upgraded to the Panasonic KX-TG93xx series phone after our older KX-TG5771 model's caller ID stopped working. I have always been pleased with Panasonic quality, and this phone is no exception. Great sound and the talking caller ID is a must-have in our house. The old and new models are very similar in many respects. Here are some features that stood out in our use of the KX-TG9344:

The talking caller ID will announce the names that you have stored in your phone book. So instead of hearing "Out of Area" as on the previous model, you hear "Uncle Bob's Cell Phone" if that is in your phone book.

Changes to the phone book on one extension are automatically updated on all phones. On the earlier model, you had to select a menu item to download the phone book to every other phone one by one.

No display of number of new messages on the base phone. I knew this before buying the phone, but did not realize how much I would miss it. If a telemarketer calls, for instance, and you let the answer machine pick it up, all you have afterward is a blinking light on the phone. You assume it is the telemarketer's call, so you ignore it, not realizing that a few minutes ago when you stepped outside, a call came in from a family member that you want to return right away. But you have no indication that you have received an additional call on the answering machine until you decide to play back the messages.

When screening calls that the answering machine is recording, you can only hear the caller on the base phone, not on the extensions.
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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By William J. Cuthbertson on March 27, 2008
I was pleasantly surprised at both the sound quality and the range of this phone system. My driveway is 200 + feet long and I was able to walk all the way down to the mailbox without losing reception or crispness in my conversation. Will I ever need to be 200+ feet away from the base on a call? Probably not, but the option is there.

The talking caller ID is a great feature, but you have to program names so that the lame caller ID labels arent called out (for example, I tried calling the house with my cell phone and the caller ID said "PA Cell Phone" and that's exactly what the talking ID said - how am I supposed to know who the heck that is!).

The phonebook is slightly tedious, but it's easy enough to program a phone number once a phone call comes in.

The keypad is easy to read. Even my mother said right away that she could read the numbers without glasses.

The ringers are another shortfall to this phone, but again, that's not a big deal. There are about 6 options - 3 rings and 3 songs. Nothing really great. One day, they'll make a phone you can program MP3s to (like a cell phone) but for now, it is what it is.

The four handsets are a Godsend. No more running to get the phone. They're in every room that my wife and I spend the most time in. They each have an "extension" and you can easily transfer calls.

The only other downside is the hanset size. They are a bit small. But so are all cordless housephones these days. I personally prefer something a little bigger.

Anyway, overall a great purchase and I am extremely happy. Nice job, Panasonic!
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131 of 144 people found the following review helpful By A. Mandel on August 15, 2008
[updated 6/17/2012. Amazon is still selling these phones, so I'm updating my rating yet again. Over the past year multiple handsets have started randomly turning off, at the most inopportune times. The phone will ring, I'll pick up the handset, press TALK, and then the phone blanks out. These devices should not be breaking after only 4-5 years. I work with computers for a living, and although they are a hundred times as complex, they last at least 10 years without a hiccup. The lack of reliability, on top of all the constantly annoying firmware deficiencies that I originally described have convinced me to get a new phone system.]

[updated 10/2/10. It's now been two years, but I see Amazon is still selling the phone. It's getting more annoying with time. The phone is still the same, but I'm less patient with it. The most common issue I have is that the phones will ring, and as soon as one is picked up, the Caller ID on all the other phones becomes inaccessible. Maybe they've changed the firmware by now, but mine still ticks me off.]

[updated 2/19/09. See notes below summary at bottom. It's been many months and I still can't get used to this phone]

The machine is well-made, and will do the job for us. It does the basics reasonably well: answering machine, talking Caller ID. Voice quality is okay through the earpiece and via speakerphone. So don't ignore all the good things mentioned in other reviews. However, there are some serious limitations that I find maddening, especially considering the price.

The answering machine is limited to about 18 minutes of recording time. In this day and age, that's pitifully low. Fine for daily use, but not for a 2-week vacation. My previous answering machine, from almost 10 years ago, has more internal memory.
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