Panasonic KX-TS3282W 2-Line Corded Phone with Caller ID and Intercom, White
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- 2-line corded integrated phone system, PBX compatible
- Supports caller ID with call waiting, 50 name-and-number memory
- Integrated speakerphone, 3-way conferencing
- Flexible extension numbering; data port; large 3-line LCD with clock
- Dial lock, call restriction, wall mountable
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- Panasonic 2-line corded telephone - 3-Way conferencing - 2 Lines and 1 intercom path (up to 8 stations) - Caller ID, call waiting caller ID - 50# Caller ID history - Navigator key - 50# Phone directory and dialer - 3 One-touch dialer stations - Memory redial (10 numbers) - Dial lock (incoming calls can be answered, no outgoing calls canbe made) - Wall mountable - Mute/flash/hold - Individual page and intercom - Call transfer - 3-Line LCD display - Data port - Headset jack - Programmable call restriction - Electronic volume control for speakerphone and handset -Line privacy feature - Call restriction - Addup to 8 total units for a small business application - AC Adapter - Batteries included for battery backup during power failure (retains clock memory and redial memory) - White
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1) The phone has a headset jack, one of the main reasons I purchased this phone. The problem is when the headset is plugged-in, the handset does not work. To use the handset, you must remove the headset plug. This may seem trivial to some, but repeatedly plugging and unplugging 2.5mm jacks will quickly break the connector in the phone or on the headset. There should be a switch to allow you to easily switch between headset and handset.
2) The phone does not have external switches to turn the ringers on/off. Setting the ringer volume requires moderately lengthy navigation through several menus, accompanied with beeps for every button press, which becomes annoying. If you don't mind not being able to turn off the ringer, this may not be an issue for you. But, having run a business from my home for 13 years, I've been awakened in the middle of the night by wrong phone calls. Now, I turn off the ringer when I go to bed.