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RCA RC920 Wireless Phone Jack Extension

2.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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  • Extension unit
  • Works with D916 wireless phone jack system
  • Converts electrical outlet to phone jack
  • Easy plug-in installation
  • Genuine RCA quality phone accessory
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Product Description

RCA Wireless Phone Jack Extension 6.2 Rev. Will not operate independently and requires a base unit which must be purchased separately

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The RCA RC920 wireless phone jack extension is an accessory to the RCA RC926 wireless phone jack, the GE926, and the D916. This compact extension unit converts your existing electrical outlet into a phone jack, without the need for tools or wiring.

If you have already installed a compatible wireless phone jack system in your home or office, simply plug in the RC920 extension into your wall outlet to automatically create another phone jack. A green LED on the side of the unit indicates that it is functioning normally. A reset button lets you change the location of the phone jack or switch phones.

The RC920 features built-in surge suppression and is ideal for placing a phone anywhere an extension phone jack is not readily available. The RC920 is compatible with corded and cordless phones, answering machines, fax machines, and computer modems. It also support call forwarding, call waiting, three-way calling, conference calling, and speed dialing.

The RC920 is very easy to install. Just plug the unit into your AC wall outlet, attach your phone cord, and begin use. Once a compatible system is installed, you can add as many RC920 units and phones as you need.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.2 x 6.2 x 3.2 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B00000J0AR
Item model number RC920
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2.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #115,801 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com June 1, 1999

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We moved into a condo unit that had only one phone jack for the whole 2 bedroom unit (it was a luxury renovation of an old building). I didn't want to spend on installing extra jacks and with a toddler in the house I didn't want to string wires all over the floor to run to a 3-way Y-jack, so this system looked like a godsend.
It works pretty well with the 3 phones in our house. One older phone which also happens to be the furthest away from the "base unit" near the main phone jack sometimes comes out staticky and occasionally disconnects calls, but not enough for me to complain, even though it shouldn't do this at all. The other phones work fine.
But using the modem is the problem. I normally get about 50K or so with a standard 56K modem, as they warn on the package, plugged directly into this I only get 14.4K or so, not really enough to surf the web. I did a trick where I put a 2-way Y-jack into the lone phone jack in my condo, in one jack goes the wireless jack system, in the other goes a phone wire that goes right to my modem (so already I'm giving in and carefully stringing a wire on the floor, the reason I bought this is NOT to do that). But instead of completely distinguishing the 2, this still causes minor interference. I still get a slight drop in speed (usually 33-40K), but sometimes it will disconnect me from the Web or not connect me at all (I get the infamous "Error 650" that you usually get when the modem itself is starting to die). The only fix I've had is to temporarily unplug the Wireless Phone Jack from the Y-jack in my wall when I want to surf the Web (which I then get at normal dialup speed).
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I've been using a set of these for over a year, and they are a godsend but not perfect. The good news; I use it to connect my Tivo (Tivo needs to dial in every night to update its program data) and it was the perfect solution for a tough spot, since there's no phone jack anywhere near my television. I have also used it to surf the web with a dial-up connection, with no real problems. Its fine, even through an extension cord! The bad news; I've tried to use for a phone, and that rally didn't cut it. It worked, but its a bad connection. I couldn't tolerate it. So I dispute the earlier comment that it can't be used for data. For me, its only use is for data, not voice! For certain situations, its ideal.
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I wanted to add an additional extension to my RC 930 wireless modem. This was the only RCA extension unit that I could find so I ordered it. I now know that the RCA wireless phone and modem systems are not compatible. RCA confirmed this over the phone and also said that the modem extensions are not sold separately.
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this little gizmo works fine for most phones but it DOES NOT work with phones with caller ID. Keep that in mind when you're considering a purchase. Works great with the others. Overall a nifty little device.
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By A Customer on June 10, 2000
We used our last RCA wireless phone jack for a long time with pleasure and assurance of the product. We used it in our motor home for an extra phone jack and for satellite TV selections. It failed when we moved and something got broken. I am ordering another. IT WORKS.
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This extension requires one of the following Wireless Phone Jack Systems: RCA RC 926, GE GE926 or D916. (per packaging). It does NOT work with the RCA RC 930, which Amazon is bundling with it. Don't buy it with the RC 930!
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This gizmo certainly solved my problem with not having a phone jack in a room that I needed one in. The only drawback I found was that it's NOT compatible with caller id. Otherwise the unit works great and has a good range from base to extension unit.
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It was only when I purchased and received this unit that I understood how it worked and that "phone jack extension" meant it was a receiving unit dependent on a transmitting unit which plugs into an existing phone jack. I was naive in thinking it could be a standalone marvel of advanced circuitry and technology. Shoulda' read the fine print but I don't believe it's explained in the promotional copy that it's part of a two-box "system."

Buyer beware. But I must add that my trust in shopping at Amazon was increased by the no-questions-asked return policy which was so efficiently and swiftly applied. No deceptions there!
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