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Panasonic KX-TG9542B Link2Cell Bluetooth Enabled 2-Line Phone with Answering Machine & 2 Cordless Handset
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- Noise Reduction, Repeater Compatible, Smart Wall Mount, 2 Answering Machines, Music on Hold, Power Back-up Operation, Key Detector
- Sleek Design.LCD (Base) 1.8 inches , FullDot Monochrome,103x65 pixels
- 3-way Conferencing with Speakers in Base and Handsets
- Link2Cell Bluetooth Enabled
- Sync Smartphone to Home Phone, No Landline Required,Link up to Two Smartphones to Make and Receive Cell Calls with Link2cell Handsets,2-line Operation for Business, Home and Home Office
- Frequency Range 1.92 GHz - 1.93 GHz
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Secure, Long-Range Signal
Designed with DECT 6.0 Plus, the KX-TG9541B system ensures clear sound, added reliability and long-range signal security throughout the home or office. Its enhanced signal strength won't interfere or conflict with routers, wireless keyboards, microwaves and other devices.
With the convenience and control of two lines plus a corded and corded handset, it's easy to manage calls and voice messaging. Use both lines to manage business needs or keep work and home separate with a dedicated line and separate greetings and voice message recording for each
Sync Four Smartphones
With Link2Cell you can sync up to four cell/smartphones via Class 1 Bluetooth (range up to 330 ft.) to make and receive mobile calls using any cordless handset, everywhere you have one. Cell calls are automatically routed to your handsets, and you can assign distinctive ringtones to the handsets to distinguish mobile calls from other calls.
Easy Call Block
With Call Block you can avoid calls from up to 250 telemarketers, robocallers and other bothersome, unwanted caller numbers.
Conduct conversations simultaneously from your phone and two other phones. Conference hands-free with high-quality speakers in the base unit and handsets, and use enhanced noise reduction to suppress surrounding noise when conferencing-in calls from noisy locations
Power When the Power Goes Out
When the lights go out, a powerful battery back-up system keeps you connected for up to 75 minutes during outages with two long-lasting rechargeable Ni-MH AAA-size batteries (included) in the base unit.
Text and Caller ID
Get instant alerts on your handsets when texts are received on your synced cell/smartphones. And when the phone rings on one side of the room and you're on the other, Talking Caller ID uses advanced text to speech technology to tell you who's calling.
Bright, Quick-Read LCDs
Clearly see numbers and calling info in any light conditions on a large, adjustable 3.4-inch white backlit LCD on the base unit and handset LCDs.
Add a small detector device* to your keychain or other often-misplaced items, then find them when you need them with a button on the cordless handsets.
Phonebook and Speed Dials
Transfer and update up to 3,000 names and numbers via Bluetooth from your cell/smartphones to the high-capacity, built-in directory, plus dialing time with 22 speed dials.
*Global #1 Brand Cordless Phones
Resource: Global Cordless Phone Market Research Report 2016. QY Research.
What's in the Box:
- Panasonic KX-TG9582B base unit
- 2 cordless Link2Cell handset
- Ni-MH rechargeable AAA-size batteries
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The Panasonic KX-TG9542B DECT 6.0 Plus 2-Line Link2Cell Bluetooth Enabled Answering System with base keypad and 2 cordless handsets, allows you to link up to 4 cell phones. With 2-line operation, this expandable unit supports 3 simultaneous conversations, 2 on the landlines and 1 on the cell. The Text Message Alert feature notifies you of received text message on your cell phone through an alert on your cordless handset when your cell phone is synced to the base unit. Enjoy two answering systems so you can separate your work life from your home life. Now you can be alerted to recorded messages whether you're at home or on the road. When a caller records a message, the base unit will beep, alerting those in the house. Not at home? The phone will automatically send a message to a registered cell or office phone along with playback options.
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-- Large, responsive buttons. Easy to read white text on black buttons. The base form factor is excellent. Wall mountable base and accessory handset charger.
-- Base station speaker is high quality- great sounding voicemail recording playback. *Note, this does not include the mic (see Con's).
-- Bluetooth pairing with my Samsung Galaxy S4 was extremely easy. Quick visual indication of connected phones along with dedicated hard buttons to access each device.
-- The GS4 consistently automatically connects via BT to the base as expected. Good range, too. Voice quality over Link2Mobile is clear.
-- You can dial a phone number on the base and have the call go through your cell phone. If you start a call on your cell phone you can easily transfer the call to the base by pressing the corresponding "Cell" button. Link2Mobile call handoff was intuitive and worked great.
-- Dedicated indicator lights to let you know someone else is using a specific line. Phone automatically switches to the unused line when you attempt to use it.
-- You can link up to 4 cell phones to this system. Note, it's only easy to select between 4 cell phones while at the base station.
-- The handsets use standard AAA size Ni-MH rechargeable batteries.
-- This phone does NOT have a full-duplex speakerphone. A full duplex speakerphone is the minimum requirement for sounding professional on business calls, therefore this phone is unacceptable. Panasonic phones generally have this feature; however, this phone unfortunately does not. I contacted Panasonic and they confirmed my issues with the speakerphone mic cutting out due to the half-duplex speakerphone. (See the RCA 25216RE1 for quality full-duplex calls on a 2-line phone with cellular Bluetooth capabilities.)
-- The base station can only do speakerphone OR wired headset. Since Panasonic does not manufacture a DECT headset, I'm forced to use a third-party Plantronics DECT headset that must be plugged into the 2.5mm headset jack on the base station. I quickly found out that if I want to switch from headset to speakerphone it will require unplugging the headset wire. This is unacceptable. It should be a simple button press to switch between headset and speakerphone like it is on every other phone.
-- Phonebook download only works for contacts that are stored "on-device". This means if you keep your contacts saved with a profile, e.g. your Google account, the "Automatic phonebook download" can't access them. I also tried a "Manual phonebook download" by pushing my Google contacts list from my Galaxy S4 to this Panasonic and that didn't work either. Huge failure. The problem with saving your contacts on-device storage means they don't get backed up or synced and contacts can get "lost". So, now I generally have no idea who's calling- who remembers phone numbers anymore?
-- Missing a dedicated mute button. The mute button winds up being a soft button under the main screen during a call. The soft buttons are smaller and all-black, making hitting them less than quick and easy to depress if your office lights are off or you're fumbling around when your dog starts barking in the middle of a business call because UPS just delivered you some packages.
-- No "do not disturb" (DND) button. Very disturbing! If I'm on an important call and another call comes in over my phone or other line, the base station doesn't shut up. It continues to ring and call out the number... LOUD, too. There is no intuitive way to silence it during a call or otherwise.
-- The accessory handsets have no LED indicator for a voicemail alert. You have no idea if there's a message waiting for you unless you specifically make a point to regularly check the base station.
-- Current limited availability (Feb '14) of expandable handsets... and extreme costs for the ones that are available. This is currently only sold in a base station version, or base station plus one accessory handset. I need at least one to two more handsets and wish this came in a bundled set like other Panasonic models.
-- Make the Redial and Erase buttons soft and the Mute and DND hard buttons instead.
-- I like dedicated speed dial buttons with an optional card to write down info for the contact the button is assigned.
When I purchased the KX-TG9541B phone it was to replace several earlier Panasonic phones that were still working fine but were just taking up too much space. We have two lines, and to get a second handset for each line I had to connect a second phone to each line. The KX-TG9541B, with extra handsets, replaced four separate Panasonic phones (all different 2.4 GHz models). Each of these older phones had better voice clarity, range, and volume than the new unit. The first thing I noticed with the new phone was that although it's easy to understand callers the clarity of their voices is even poorer than my newer iPhone and definitely poorer than the old Panasonic phones. The next diminished quality I observed was that the range was about 50% of what I'd experienced with my older Panasonic phones. We have an odd architectural characteristic in our house. It has a six-foot-thick solid stone wall with a hallway passing through the wall, that's located at a midpoint across the house. With the older Panasonic phones, we could walk from one end of the house to the other with only minor voice break up. With the new Panasonic phone, I can barely get through the hallway to the other side of the stone wall before the caller's voice starts to breaks up. Although the new phone has adequate volume for quiet conditions I've found when our house is a little noisy even the highest volume setting is inadequate for carrying on a conversation.
Will I keep the new phone. Probably, because it does have some nice features, can handle multiple handsets, and takes up far less space than our old phones. Am I pleased? No! I've had to add a range extender at additional expense to even make the KX-TG9541B useful. For now I will keep the older Panasonic cordless phones for auxiliary use because they appear to be of a better quality than Panasonic is now making, and from everything I can read, Panasonic DECT 6.0 phones are probably the best overall of the cordless being manufactured.
I can't comment on how well the KX-TG9541B will last, having owned it for only a brief period of time. I do like the raised buttons on the handsets, the handset and base screens with the white background, the large base-unit screen, the ease of phone set up, and the fact that the base and handset controls work similarly to older Panasonic phones.
This is a two line phone, comes with two hadsets (yay!) and has talking called ID. It will play music when you place a call on hold which I feel is an awesome feature! It also has Link2Cell capabilities!
All in all, I am very satisfied with this Panasonic Model phone and am happy to own it!