Panasonic 2-Line Bluetooth Cellular ConvergenceSolution

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Panasonic 2-Line Bluetooth Cellular ConvergenceSolution is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would not buy this product again or recommend it In the pass 3 months of having this phone line 2 constantly has errors and needs to be check. That is my business line and the number that all my tenants have as a back up line that is direct to the office. Causes me to have irrate customers. Also I purchased an additional phone to work with this phone identical/exact to the cordless phones that came with this system and it does not sync with the phone at all. This phone hold button does not work properly, and there is so much static on the line at times I can't understand my tenants and vise versa. There is no way to change the channel that the phone is piped threw. Unfornately for me the store I purchased these items through only has a 30 day return policy so I'm stuck with this unuseable equipment that is disguised a 2 line phone service with capabilities of adding an additional phone, NOT.
Date published: 2018-08-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Calls keep disconnecting after 1 minute I really like the features of this phone and everything was working fine. I had my VOIP connected as Line 1, my landline connected as Line 2 plus my cell phone was connected via Bluetooth. BUT something has happened and now every call automatically disconnects after approximately 1 minute of talk time and I can not find a solution to fix the problem. I have looked in the user guide and on line. I am really hoping this can be resolved or the phone is useless. Assuming I can get this resolved then absolutely I would recommend this phone, but if not than I would strongly suggest you do not buy this phone.
Date published: 2018-02-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No HOLD, poor handset speakerphone, ring-tone selection I was going to buy this unit to upgrade my 2-line KX-TG6700B with 7 handsets. But reading these reviews and those of the sibling KX-TG958 (corded handset at the base), it's not going to work out. Three problems: * no HOLD button on handset, so you can't put a call on line 1 on hold in order to answer line 2 without going through menu items. * can't assign a disctinctive ring tone to each line, so you have to look at the handset display to determine which line is ringing. * speaker phone on handset is of poor quality and half-duplex like a walkie-talkie, so you can't carry on a real conversation through it. Why would the engineers drop these crucial features that work so well on the much older TG6700?
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No record greeting button. Requires menu driven options to change greeting, or to listen to greeting. Not good for a business that puts on a different greeting in the morning, another at lunch and then one at end of say.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Headset Jack, Handsets, Hold, Keypads and Screen I bought KX-TG6582 long time ago and it is still perfectly working. I bought this new KX-TG9542B since I need the HEADSET jack feature for my home business. This model is fully cordless with tilting LCD. Since it comes two headsets, I feel like I have three phones including the base. It has hold button on the base which is good enough for me. The keys or buttons are slick and smooth. I like the big words and numbers display on the tilting LCD screen. I looked around many other telephone products from different companies and I found no other phones come close to this Panasonic model I bought for my personal and home business. It is very good looking. I bought it on December 15, 2017. I absolutely love it. I hope to enjoy this phone for many years to come and in fact, I hope that I will never need to buy a new home business phone in my life. This is a great great product.
Date published: 2017-12-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from THE MOST FRUSTRATING PHONE Why in the WORLD would a telephone manufacturer design a two line telephone WITHOUT A FUNCTIONING HOLD BUTTON? WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE ENGINEERS AT PANASONIC??? This phone was purchased for a small business - as two lines would be very helpful to have...... but, this awful excuse of a two line phone does not allow you to put a caller on hold and answer the second line without going through a RIDICULOUS effort to put caller one on hold - - - and, there is no return of this phone from where I purchased it, so, here I am - - - hating it - - - and losing calls all over the place....... VERY FRUSTRATING PHONE. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY.......
Date published: 2017-10-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DON'T buy if you expect to use bluetooth with it! DON'T purchase this unit, or their "newer" KX-TG9541 or 42! I purchased two of these telephones. I have been using a BlueParrot vxi Roadwarrior B250-XT headset on both sets since I purchased them. I've been using these headsets for 11 MONTHS without an issue. A few weeks ago, I was trying to disconnect my headset from the base. The base made this horrible screeching sound and I picked up the handset and put it down; the noise stopped. But the headset was no longer paired with the base. I have tried EVERYTHING to re-pair my headset with the phone base. Mind you, I used to be a telephone technician, so trouble shooting is something I know how to do. I cleared any and all blue tooth devices from the base, unplugged it, tried to pair it using the menu buttons and the menu # commands too. I've read the manual for the headset and cleared ALL pairing on that too. Waited for correct beeps, etc. I finally called Panasonic today, and if you're lucky to find an actual telephone number, good luck. (800-405-0652) I talked to their service department. I told them everything above. All they did was re-read the manual with me. I told them I'd like to have it fixed since the warranty runs out next month. Well, since my headset it not on their tiny "approved" headset list, they refuse to honor the warranty. When I explained I had been using this headset for 11 months, they told me it must have been a fluke and some will pair up with it then stop working. What???? Bluetooth pairing is what they call a "backwards compatibility." This means both units have to talk to each other in a simple explanation. The newest version of bluetooth pairing which came out last year is 4.1. Some cell phone companies are even using higher versions. This phone ONLY supports 2.1! Panasonic needs to get with the program and update their software!
Date published: 2017-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I owned the previous version..... and liked it very much. I wore it out. While I like the phone, the configuration of the buttons at the top are hard to see and smaller than in the previous version. My fingers are too large for it but I am adapting. I preferred the translucent buttons in lieu of these black buttons which I find harder to see (yes, I wear thicker glasses now). The back light lit up the board quite well with the translucent buttons. The transition from my old version to this new version was very simple to accomplish and to start operating. And the battery backup is an improvement on the old.
Date published: 2017-06-01
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