Good Business phone, but Home User beware! It lacks several major features that Home users are accustomed to.
Peter Nielsen "Perfectionist", Amazon
21 August 2013
Summary: For the past 2 years, I've been using a "higher end" Panasonic DECT 6.0 home telephone set with 4 handsets, talking CID, and answering machine. I was very happy with this setup, but I recently decided to switch to VOIP and was recommended the Panasonic KX-TGP500 because the sound quality supposedly is better compared to using an ATA with my existing phones.
Summary: review and it's a shame this person had such a negative experience. It wouldn't surprise me that there would be a particular unit that didn't function very well. My experience with Panasonic support was just great and I'm thinking they would take care of this person. I had a problem upgrading the firmware and was in communication with Panasonic Support. They offered multiple suggestions and ways to diagnose what the problem was.
Summary: If you're looking for a DECT VOIP phone system, there are a number of choices out there, and they're tough to decide between based on the ads alone. We'd been using a few Snom M3s, and while they worked, they felt like cheap, flimsy toys. Based on positive experiences with Panasonic telephone products in the past, we bough this unit plus a few spare handsets, and have been very happy with the result. The units are solid, fit your hand well, and the audio is excellent.
Summary: Have purchased several different brands of SIP cordless phones to try out with our 3CX PBX. The panasonic is by far the best one for the job. Fully supported by our system, auto provisioning and supports all of our PBX features.
Summary: 3 simultaneous calls and up to 6 cordless handsets, perfect for small business or home office. Range and call quality is far better than previous generation cordless phones. Includes all the necessary features: Speakerphone, Transfer, Intercom, Message Waiting Indicator, etc. My only suggestions to Panasonic would be to allow more than 6 handsets. Not sure we'll ever need more than 3 or 4, but it would be "nice" to feel like the system could grow more if we needed it to.
Summary: I've been looking to get rid of my landline for a while and needed a solution that lets me put the base unit in a small closet and the handset where I need it. If you're in the same boat, you don't have many choices. I purchased the Simens GIgaset 675 about a year ago, and while it works fine, the volume from the handset was SO low that it was almost unusable.
Summary: This product continues a fine tradition of "nice idea, great spec sheet, poor final product." There is more to a recipe than the ingredient list. In this case, the software is poor, and uses an asinine security model that was designed by a "we know best" team. The sound quality was pretty good, and I had no issues with range or battery life.
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Pros: Красивый, практичный телефон. Пожалуй, самый классный из Panasonic! У меня черного цвета. Цифры и буквы на экране большие, хорошо читаемые. Русский интерфейс. Удобный джойстик и клавиатура. Удобная телефонная книга.