Discount Panasonic KX-TG9322T 2-Line DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone, Metallic Black, 2 Handsets

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Technical Details
Size: 2 Handsets
  • DECT 6.0 Technology
  • 2 Handsets
  • Multi-line - 2 Lines
  • Cordless Phone
  • All Digital Answering System NOT Included
Product Description
Size: 2 Handsets
Panasonic's KX-TG9322T 2-Line DECT 6.0 Expandable Digital Cordless Phone System with 2 Handsets comes in Black Metallic and is perfect for home or business. Two-line operation means you can conference in two outside lines to have a three-way conversation. Or place your current call on hold to make another call. With the Silent Mode you can program each handset to ring or not at your discretion. For example, before you go to sleep, set the bedside handset to Silent Mode so that it wont ring for the duration of your slumber. In the meantime, the handset in another room is unaffected, and rings as usual.
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Got this to replace a 2-line 5.8Ghz Uniden phone. Read every review on every website I could find. Ideally I wanted a wired phone base that I could use in the event of power outage. But I couldn't find one with the features I needed. For a wireless, this Panasonic KX-TG9322T 2-Line phone seemed to fit the bill, and have the least negative reviews.

I had terrible problems with static with my 5.8GHz and previous 2.4 GHz phones. Always figured it was the phone line itself - I was wrong. Thanks to DECT 6.0 technology I have clean, clear sound for the first time. Since I have Verizon voice mail I do not need an integrated answering machine, and did not want to pay for one, so the absence of this feature works for me. A previous review mentioned the lack of distinctive ring support and I was most concerned about that. Distinctive ring is a separate phone number that piggy-backs onto your regular number. It rings slightly differently so that you can immediately determine business calls from personal calls (or calls to person 1 and person 2). All the other 2-line phone reviews were so bad that I decided to try this model despite missing this essential feature. As it turns out, it does work with distinctive ring (for me, anyway). Home line rings a regular ring; business calls have two short rings. This was a great relief.

Handsets are pretty comfortable and have belt clips and headset jacks. But the headset jacks do not accommodate standard cell phone earbuds with mic. You'll need a separate headset with the tiny plug, or an adapter.
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There's a "night mode" if you want to program the start and end time for the phone not to disturb you. It also has an alarm mode. I won't be using these features, but they may be helpful for others. Another feature I won't be using, but others might like, is a privacy setting that prevents others from picking up on your call. There is a designated intercom button to call between lines. You can store your voice mail access number and password in the settings for quick message retrieval. Phone base and handsets tell you which lines have messages.

Huge flaw: there is no speed dial option with this phone! You have to use the programmed numbers in your address book, which, although a shortcut of sorts, is nothing like pressing & holding a number 0-9 and having the phone automatically dial the number you want. Also, you cannot assign specific ring tones to people in your phone book. It's great to be away from view of the phone and still immediately know if one of your special peeps are calling, but you can't do that with this phone. In my view, that and no speed dial are serious oversights. And as previous reviewers have stated, the ringtone options are few, and pretty bad.

The highest volume setting is only 4 bars. My hearing is very good, and at 4 bars the calls sound normal to me. Volume should be able to go a few notches louder. Finally, the directional arrows and menu/select buttons must be used repeatedly - I wonder how long they will last. I've only used the phone for a week, but despite its shortcomings I'm satisfied with it so far.
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Pros:
Easy set-up.
Clear, static-free DECT 6.0.
Supports Verizon's distinctive ring.
No answering machine (a plus for me).
Intercom feature with designated button.
Main phone base blinks on the line(s) with voice mail messages waiting.
Handsets also tell you if you have voice mail messages.
Voice mail access number and password can be programmed into settings.
No phone jack required for 2nd handset.

Cons:
No speed dial!
No ability to assign ringtones to people in your address book.
Poor selection of ringtones.
Limited volume.
Headset jacks are not compatible with standard cell phone mic/earbuds.
Base phone is not wired - cannot be used during power outage.
Slightly expensive for what you get.
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Forced to replace our 10+ year old Panasonic KX TG2480S, we were faced with inferior quality and/or every unit having a built in answering machine (and who needs that anymore with voice mail). Finally Panasonic comes to the rescue with the KX-TG9322T. Seems to be a perfectly fine phone with some great features. Menu items are clear and easy to understand, sound quality is great but this user would prefer just a few improvements.
!. The ring sound is horrible - tinny and very digital. One can set separate rings for each line so that is helpful but all still take some definite "getting used-to".
2. To access caller-ID list takes an extra button push or two and a menu selection instead of just a quick push of the scroll down arrow. We are getting lazy with all this new technology - but Panasonic should know this!
3. In-call volume adjustment is on the earpiece so to adjust one must move phone away from ear and miss what is being said on the other end. Side buttons would be much easier to adjust as before.
3. The phone is smaller and lighter than the old version, and though quite solid, still would prefer a little more umph. I'm quite sure soon enough I will appreciate the lighter, smaller version. We'll see!
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All in all a much better option than most.