AT&T DECT 6.0 可扩展无绳电话带应答系统和呼叫者身份/呼叫等待 可扩展 1 Handset 淡香槟色
- Enjoy a speakerphone that can keep up with your calls. Increase participation by allowing both ends to speak—and be heard—at the same time for conversations that are more true to life.
- Enlarged font and extra-large, backlit keys make the keypad easy to use. This feature is especially helpful for those who are visually impaired.
- Handset displays the name, number, time and date of incoming calls.
- By allowing you to add up to 5 handsets using just one jack, the EL51203 is ideal for your busy home or small office (model EL50003 accessory handsets sold separately).
Expandable up to 5 handsets (uses 50003 accessory handset). Enjoy a speakerphone that can keep up with your calls. Increase participation by allowing both ends to speak and be heard at the same time for conversations that are more true to life. Extra large display for easy viewing Easy-to-read LCD on the cordless handset. High-contrast black text on a white background provides for an easy-to-read screen to view incoming Caller ID or review call history. The lighted keypad also allows for easy dialing in low-light conditions. Big Buttons Enlarged font and extra-large, backlit keys make the keypad easy to use. This feature is especially helpful for those who are visually impaired. Caller ID/call waiting 50 name and number caller ID history Handset displays the name, number, time and date of incoming calls. ECO mode power-conserving technology Power-conserving technology manages consumption for optimal battery performance. Features Quiet mode DECT 6.0 digital technology 50 name and number phonebook directory 9 number speed dial Voicemail waiting indicator2 Quick access key for voicemail box Last 10 number redial English/Spanish/French setup menu Wall-mount bracket included Mute Any key answer.
- DECT 6.0数字技术
OK, back to my review...I had an AT&T Dect 6.0 phone answering system prior to this one, so I had decided to purchase another one after the original one began to fail. Thankfully, the previous system lasted many years. When I received the new system, and installed it, there was static every time I picked up the handset to make or receive a call. I was so angry, I repeatedly told my daughter that it was going back to Amazon.
Fortunately, I had remembered the complaints that this phone system did not work well with DSL. Then I remembered that my late husband had added an additional jack to the answering machine component. I looked at the old broken device and found the jack which is a DSL phone filter jack. No more static! Amazon sells the filter jack for under $10.00. I have found that if I use it in the answering component, that it corrects the static problem for all of the handsets as well. I hope this review is helpful.
* The EL52100 has a much better speaker in the base unit. Messages can be played back louder and the sound is clearer.
* The buttons on the base unit are easier to use and they are labeled clearly so you can read their functions easily.
* The display on the handset is smaller and not as easy to read, though still usable.
* The base unit is fairly industrial looking and not as aesthetically pleasing as the EL52213.
* You apparently cannot add additional handsets to your system later on if you decide you want them.
* You have fewer choices as far as the number of rings that you can choose before the answering machine picks up.
If you are looking for a basic cordless phone with answering machine, this unit should meet your needs. It is a no-frills unit but it works satisfactorily. In my tests, I found that neither model's battery life was as good as my Panasonic cordless phone, especially if the base unit lacks power or is unplugged. If the base unit doesn't have power you cannot make calls even if your phone line is working. You cannot get a battery backup for the base unit. For both models, whenever the power goes out, you have to reset the internal clock. I don't understand why they could not include a small coin cell to retain the time. This is hugely annoying if you live in an area where you have power interruptions. However if you pay your local phone company for caller ID service, you can have the system set its time automatically that way. If you need to be able to listen to your messages in a noisy room, model EL52100 would be a better choice because the base unit has more power. The audio quality of both models is less than stellar but it is understandable. I hope my review will help you make the right choice for you.
I hated this phone set, and couldn't deal with it, even as a lesser-used back up system to my own cell phone.