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Uniden TRU9466 2-Line Expandable Cordless System with Dual Keypad and Call Waiting/Caller ID

by Uniden
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  • IntegriSound life-like audio
  • 100-name phonebook with 2 phone numbers per name and up to 100-number Caller ID memory
  • 7-way conferencing and DirectLink 2-way radio feature
  • Transfer phonebook memory between handsets along with intercom feature
  • Trilingual menus
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Product Description

Product Description

Expandable to a total of 10 handsets! IntegriSound life-like audio, 100-name phonebook with 2 phone numbers per name, up to 100-number Caller ID memory, Handset speakerphone, Headset compatible, 7-way conferencing, Intercom between handsets, Transfer phonebook memory between handsets, Room/Baby monitor, DirectLink 2-way radio feature, Animated display, Backlit display, Trilingual menus, Clock display, 20 ring tone options, Personal ring feature, Don not disturb setting, Lighted keypad, Belt clip included, P:ast 3-number redial, Mute/Hold features, VoiceMail Waiting Indicator, Wall mountable.

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The Uniden TRU9466 is thoughtfully designed for small businesses or homes that find two separate phone lines to be one of life's necessities. The system is expandable to include a total of 10 handsets with charging cradles (available separately). This TRU9466 base system includes one handset, and is the only one of the expandable system that requires connection to a phone jack. DirectLink two-way radio communication is built into each handset and the base speakerphone, allowing them to function as an in-home intercom system or baby monitor. Redial any of the last three dialed numbers at the touch of a button, activate five-way conference calls or just enjoy the consistent, clear 5.8 GHz digital signal transmission. You can transfer incoming calls between the handset and base, and make use of the convenient hands-free design by using the included belt clip and built-in headset jack (headsets available separately). Easily adjust handset and ringer volume levels to your comfort, and set the handset LCD menu to one of three menu languages (English, French, or Spanish). A page button lets you quickly locate a handset if it's strayed under the couch cushions. The base is wall mountable or sits sturdily on a countertop, supplying you plenty of display options; a total of 20 different ring tones (10 tones, 10 melodies) give you a variety of choices. Uniden provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service. What's in the Box: Base, cordless handset, handset battery, battery cover, AC adapter, telephone line cord, printed user's guide, warranty card

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 7.8 x 4.6 inches ; 2.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FDVJTI
  • Item model number: TRU9466
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Reviews

I'm happy to report that these phones have excellent range, exceptional sound quality, and are a snap to set up.
Lowell Prescott
This Uniden phone is the most highly rated cordless phone everywhere I looked, and had all the features I wanted - 2 lines, multiple handsets, no answering machine.
C. Rodriguez
This is exactly 2 line phone that I have been looking for all this time, believe me, I have searched many option and so far Uniden is the best choice.
Irene Erlin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Lowell Prescott on November 28, 2006
This is a very high quality telephone system at a fantastic price. Admittedly, some will wish that this phone had other features, but I bought it because it matched my needs exactly:

1. Handles two lines.

2. Expandable without needing a phone jack connection for each handset.

3. No answering machine capabilities (we have, and prefer, voice mail).

4. Able to mute all ringers (handsets and base) for a sleeping baby.

Beyond this, we just needed acceptable range and sound quality -- nothing extravagant.

I'm happy to report that these phones have excellent range, exceptional sound quality, and are a snap to set up. The expansion phones set themselves up by simply placing them in the base for a few seconds. It couldn't be easier. The menu system (on each handset and the base) is very intuitive (similar to cell phones), and offers many functions we will never use -- but they never get in the way of the simple things.

Plus, the price was right. This has turned out to be a very successful purchase.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By David Rothschild on October 16, 2006
System Design

I've never owned a Uniden multi-phone system before. I started with the old Siemens stuff (utter garbage) in the 1990's and really liked the panasonic multi line systems that I've used in a few locations since they released them. Enormous frustration with the user interfaces on the Panasonic Hybrid PBX system in my office lead me to flee from Panasonic to try another vendor with this system.

The low cost of the phones and the ease of registering new handsets are terrific. My favorite feature is the programmable banner on each phone. Once the banner is programmed in, you can use the intercom feature on any other handset to call another location by NAME, not handset number! Really brilliant! A great design, if only these things had the range or a way to switch like a cell system to another base location.

Reception and Range

I should have trusted my instinct when reading about the 5.8 GHZ systems. If you read carefully, you will note that they do not make a comparison to 2.4 GHZ systems EXCEPT to note that the 5.8 GHZ systems won't interfere with most 802.11x networks. Unforutnately, when I replaced my 5 year old panasonic 2 line system with this, I noticed a significatn decrease in transmission range especially through the old stone barn walls of our house. I suspect the higher frequency just can't penetrate the old thick walls like the 2.4 ghz systems can.

Even though this system is supposedly spread spectrum and frequency hopping, if i have a bad connection and move around the house, the connection stays bad, even if i move right next to the phone.

I would love to find a consumer version of the panasonic cordless system that offers multiple "cell" locations on an internal phone systems.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Just Lil' Ol' Me on November 20, 2007
First, a couple of things.

There seems to be questions about whether the handsets support two lines. This confusion is created by very poor sales documentation, and even the manuals are week. I can tell you that yes, the additional handsets not only support two line, but do it very well and intuitively.

Secondly, those that gig this phone a star for not having an answering machine. Well, that just doesn't make sense. It doesn't have an answering machine on purpose! If you want an answering machine, buy the next model up that has the answering system you need.

For those of us with multi-lines and voice mail, this is the perfect phone. In fact, after a month of research, I do believe this is the only phone on the market equipped like this (multi-line, VM support and NO answering machine). All the others have answering machines you have to pay for, then never use.

Setup is a snap. The interface is very clear. The displays are very clear. The two-line operation is excellent.

Range has not been an issue for me at all.

Voice is clear.

I purchased 3 additional handsets.

If I HAD to gig the phone for anything, it would be that you cannot change the ringer sound on the base station. You can set one of 20 to each line on the handsets, but the base is fixed. I do find that weird.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Irene Erlin on February 7, 2007
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I have bought and tried many brands of wireless phone before, from Casio to Panasonic, from the cheap ones to the high end ones. But nothing can beat this phone. It is very easy to set up (especially to synchronize extra handsets), very clear reception and doesn't interfere with my network at home. This is exactly 2 line phone that I have been looking for all this time, believe me, I have searched many option and so far Uniden is the best choice.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew I. Munro Sr. on September 29, 2006
I have tried so many and returned all of them, until trying this expandable phone system from Uniden.

RCA, Panasonic are really badly made and unreliable, ...this system is superior to them all.

Crystal clear reception, no interference in our high rise office building.

Plus the pricing is excellent if you shop around.

This is a purchase you won't live to regret.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C.S. Haviland on September 30, 2008
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I bought the Uniden TRU9466 2-line to replace my older Panasonic KX-TG6500 2-line. The reason was because my Panasonic would only allow up to three extra handsets plus the base station (4 total) which isn't enough.

The Uniden I bought allows up to 9 handsets plus base station (10 total). The Uniden also has a more intuitive phone book feature (you can access a person's name faster), and it has a one-button speed dial for up to 10 people which the Panasonic doesn't have. It also allows you to page all other stations simultaneously -- the Panasonic forces you to page one at a time.

However, the Panasonic had exceptional range. My base station sits in between my laptop and my desktop computers, with a 3rd computer nearby (and pretty soon a fourth), and an 802.11n wireless network hub about two feet away. The Panasonic had no problem with this at all. I could hear clearly on all handsets, even outside. The Uniden, however, not so good with the range. The base is in the same location, and the handsets in the same room or down the hall work okay, but downstairs the handsets have an irregular static noise, like what you might hear if you rubbed the microphone across your hair. Sometimes it goes away, but when you first start talking on the phone it's hard to hear anyone. If you walk upstairs the signal gets better.

The only way to solve this is put a separate Uniden base station downstairs and register the downstairs handsets to that. But I wish it had the range and clarity that the Panasonic did.

This Uniden model does not have a built-in answering machine; whereas the Panasonic did. I do not want an answering machine, and do not want to pay for the hardware, so this was good.
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