Model # KX-TG9381T

Internet #203950935

Panasonic DECT 6.0+ 2-Line Expandable Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Base and Handset Speakerphone
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Discontinued Panasonic

DECT 6.0+ 2-Line Expandable Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Base and Handset Speakerphone

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Panasonic's KX-TG9381T is a 2-line operation with Dect 6.0 technology. This phone system has one handset and is expandable to up to 6 handsets. It is easy to use and easy to see with LCD backlit displays on the handset and base, big buttons, and a backlit keypad on the handset.

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DECT 6.0+ 2-Line Expandable Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Base and Handset Speakerphone is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from so disappointed After owning 2 Panasonic 2 line cordless phones that I loved, purchasing the 3rd came with little thought. BUT - this one is difficult to navigate. Caller ID is accessible after a series of button presses instead of just the up down arrow as in past phones. No indicator light on handset for new messages, ring tones are scary and loud...esp for an office setting. SO SORRY I BOUGHT THIS. I have to pay a restocking fee to send it back so I am stuck. Design team dropped the ball on this one.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost Great Generally speaking the system has done exactly what we wanted it to. Clarity and range are good. It is fairly straightforward to set up and use. The manual had to be referenced a few times (not meant as a criticism), but the necessary answers were in it. The system would have gotten a 5 with a few features. 1) Have a way for handsets to get more default settings from the base station. Most important would be for the base station to manage the phone book and distribute that to the handsets. 2) Base Station: Pushing the Line1/Line2 buttons will initiate a call on that line, but you cannot disconnet by pushing the same button. You have to push SpeakerPhone or the Bluetooth headset disconnect depending on which is currently active. There should be a consistent absolute way to disconnect, and the lighted Line1/Line2 buttons are the obvious choice. 3) Phone book works but needs a real speed dial, even if it was limited to 0 - 9. Pushing a number brings up the entry whose first letter corresponds. Of course there could be many entries, so then you have to scroll. It might take 5 or six key presses to a) access the phone book; b) select a starting letter; c) scroll etc. 4) Line Select. In Auto mode only Line 1 can be the default. Would be nice on a 2 line system to have Auto 1 and Auto 2 in addition to Line 1 and Line 2. That way the Base station or a handset could activate either line by default.
Date published: 2012-12-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from disappointing I purchased the expandable 2 line cordless with multiple handsets for home and office. Also purchased a bluetooth headset. headset can be used only with base unit and within 33 feet of base. I believed that I would be able to use the headset in conjunction with the handsets as well as the base. This is worthless to me.
Date published: 2012-02-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Incompatible with Plantronics I purchased this phone for home use and wanted the bluetooth capability for connecting to a wireless headset. I purchased a Plantronics Voyager PRO headset and the phone would not pair with it. I also tried a second Plantronics headset, which also did not pair. I spoke to Technical Support and they said that the headsets are apparently not compatible and said I needed to try a different brand. They could not provide a list of known compatible headsets or known incompatible headsets. I am very unhappy that they could not provide better support and that Plantronics headsets (one of the most well known headset makers) would not be compatible.
Date published: 2010-08-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bluetooth Support Limited I bought this phone with high hopes. I've wanted a lan-line phone with support for bluetooth headset for a while now. 2 things: The bluetooth headset only works with base unit, ok if you're in the office area only. You have to use base unit to make the calls though. Less freedom than having it paired with the handset, which is what I wished for. 2nd, no support for iPhone. iPhone simple bluetooth does not support phone book transfer. So I tried it on my old Razr phone. Razr phone can only send 1 contact at a time - not worth the wait. So Panasonic, which phones support this complete, pain-free phonebook transfer? How about an app to sync from Outlook to the base unit over bluetooth? My old Panasonic phone has USB support, ability to transfer contacts over USB from an app Panasonic provided, plus it has color screen, custom ring tones, and more. Like the newer style phone and bluetooth, but it doesn't help if I cannot transfer my phonebook!
Date published: 2009-10-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Good Enough! This would have been an awesome 2-line phone system...but it missed the mark, big time!!! Good: Range, battery replacement (2-AA), rugged design. Ability to use a bluetooth headset with the base, belt clip and wired headphone jack. Bad: NOT COMPATIBLE WITH IPHONE!!?? YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDING ME!!! The phonebook transfer is a very cool thing, if you're a business person who doesn't happen to have the most popular smart phone on the planet!! literally 1000's of apps for the I-phone...many for BUSINESS CLIENTS, but it's not compatible with this Panasonic unit...NOT AT ALL!! Therefore, this is a worthless feature to MOST PEOPLE!! Also, the neat little light on top of each handset only tells you if your charging the phone (duh!), it will NOT tell you if you have messages waiting, like the competition does....Menu's do require more button pushes to navigate, but it's not that bad. Also, it's cool that you can use AA replacement batteries, but they don't last as long as the competition's, and you don't get any warning that the battery is about to go! Also, you can ONLY use a bluetooth headset from the base...NOT THE HANDSETS. So, you have to be in the same room as the base, a simi-worthless feature. Finally, the handset will tell you if you are linked to base (i.e. you have a signal), but the competition actually gives to "signal strength"...very cool!!
Date published: 2010-01-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wish They had a 1-Line Model w/ Talking CID This seems like a nice phone. It would have been nicer witht he addition of Talking CID, and available in a single line model.
Date published: 2009-09-08
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