多様な 24 Button Speakerphone w 【超新作】 Black LCD

24 Button Speakerphone w/ LCD Black

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24 Button Speakerphone w/ LCD Black

商品の説明

24 programmable buttons, 12 COs amp; 12 Personal/Feature, and 10 Fixed buttons;3 Large buttons for hold, transfer, and speakerphone;Navigation key for volume, display, contrast, and function selection;Backlit Dial Keypad and 1 Line Backlit LCD Display;Backlit LCD display shows time, day, month, dialing number and call duration

24 Button Speakerphone w/ LCD Black

Its a good upgrade from the non display type easy swap unplugged the connection and plugged this one in
It is supposed to run on POE through the OBiTalk device... nothing doing. No power supply option... no signal after hooking up to OBi200 device. I have another phone I'm using that is fine, but it is missing the call forwarding feature. I am not very satisfied with OBiTalk, or with Amazon for suggesting phones that will not work with the OBi200 device. Once you select the OBiTalk 200 device, Amazon should show a list of phones that will work with this service.
This is an excellent phone for use with Panasonic KX-TA824 controller and probably some other Panasonic Advanced Hybrid phone systems. Be aware that you can’t plug this telephone into an ordinary phone line or VOIP network connection. This phone is designed to work exclusively with Panasonic’s system units. You can place the phone on a desk or mount it on a wall using a standard modular wall plate.I have a large home and wanted the ability to have several telephones which I could use as intercoms as well as phones. I considered setting up Asterisk on a Linux machine or buying remote PBX service from a VOIP provider. I have previously managed medium size business systems with VOIP extensions and ISDN PRI trunks and it was a chore to provision and maintain them. For home or small to medium businesses, Panasonic systems are much easier to install and set up. Out of the box, Panasonic systems are almost plug-and-play, allowing features to be activated as the administrator becomes more savvy. It is nice not to have to jump in hip deep on the first day, yet have a working system. I really like that the KX-TA824 auto detects between proprietary and old analog extensions, even rotary dial extensions. It is great not to have to buy a whole pile of new phones at the outset.This phone specifically gives a lot of features for the money. Dedicated buttons make it easy to pick up, transfer or conference calls between extensions, including old analog phones. The speaker phone function is excellent with great volume and clarity and virtually no echo. Backlit keys are a nice touch. One thing you need to be aware of is that this phone needs a four-wire modular wall cord. If you a purchase a longer wall cord, be sure you get cord with all four wires.If you would rather not deal with the VOIP leaning curve this is a good way to go.
I use these phones at my small office and they seem quite antiquated in comparison to VOIP phones. The three-way calling feature is confusing and only works 50% of the time on my system.I wish we stuck with VOIP which were much more user friendly. I imagine that these phones haven't been updated in upwards of 20 years.