AT&T TL92271 DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone Connect To Cell, Silver/Black, 2 Handsets
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- DECT 6.0 Digital Technology
- Unsurpassed Range — Redefining Long Range Coverage and Clarity
- Connect up to 4 BLUETOOTH Cell Phones to Make and Receive Cellular Calls
- HD Audio—Taking sound quality to the next level
- Download up to 6,000 Cellular Phonebook Entries to the Cordless Handset
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It has DECT 6.0 technology with bluetooth connectivity. It has Caller ID.Expandable to 12 handsets. Allows user to make & receive both landline & cellular calls from any handset. Pairs up to 4 bluetooth devices. Downloads cellular directory holds up to 6,000 entries. Digital answering system, Equalizer with 5 preset audio profiles to match user's hearing. It has backlit display.
Top customer reviews
It works in every way as claimed. My plain Jane SONY bluetooth works very well with it. The sound quality is loud and clear. Best part is it connects automatically and quickly to the cordless phone's base. I turn on the earpiece just before answering a ringing call. There's no need leave the earpiece constantly on running down its battery.
The Bluetooth function also supports linking my iPhone 4. As long as I'm home, I now pretty much answer both my home phone and cell phone calls on the cordless handset.
The only con I can think of is it supports one bluetooth earpiece only. I wish it could support two or more so I can have them lying around the house.
Oh, the phone is easy to use and setup; I didn't even bother looking up the user's manual beyond finding out how to perform bluetooth pairing.
I was able to quickly pair the cordless base to my Iphone and my wife's older Razr cellphones and a Jawbone Icon headset.
Sound quality is a better on the ATT than the cell phone connected through bluetooth. Calls over the phone with the landline to landline are very good. Not great, but very good. The sound quality seems a little better and is noticeably louder than our several years old ATT cordless.
The ATT base can pair 4 bluetooth devices, but only connect to 2 at a time and only 1 of those can be active at a time on a call. What that means is that I can't connect my bluetooth headset to a call from the ATT base to the cellphone. It's either or. If I want to use the headset, I have to disconnect a cell phone. Also, the ATT phones do not have jacks for a wired headset, like the Panasonic does. Bluetooth range is limited, so your cell phones have to be close to the base to connect, as does the headset. I have tested the connections from my office on the second floor of my home to the first floor where I have the phone base unit. It's possible to connect over that distance, but voice quality suffers a lot. I use an OOMA Telo for phone service, so I also need the OOMA near my internet router. I will have to rewire the house to get my coaxial cable line to my office. From there I can connect the OOMA and the base unit so my cell and bluetooth headset are more conveniently located.
I like the ability to have the landline and cell phones all ring to the same unit. Both my wife and I are tired of chasing around the house trying to find the cell phones when they ring. I'm not good about carrying my cell with me in my house.
I gave this a 4 instead of a 5 because of the limitations of the bluetooth connections. I wish I could connect to the handset, and not just to the base. I'm sure that would drive up the cost, but I would have been happy to pay the extra cost for the convenience.
Be carefull if you're price shopping not to compare apples to oranges as they sell a very similar model with out all these features. I have found that this is extra technology that is actually useful and I would miss now that I have it.