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Panasonic KX-TG7732S
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$64.99 - $213.38
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A 1.9 GHz DECT 6.0 multiple-handset-capable cordless phone with a built-in answering machine.

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Type: Cordless phones with answerer
About - Panasonic KX-TG7732S

This 1.9 GHz DECT 6.0 multiple-handset-capable cordless phone with a built-in answering machine can support 6 cordless handsets; 1 is included. Extra handsets with charging cradle (KX-TGA470) cost $40 each.

About This Brand

The company has long focused on mid-to-higher-priced models in every form factor. Some trademark conveniences found on Panasonic phones include Talking Caller ID, Talking Alarm Clock, and Talking Battery Alert. Some models have Bluetooth technology for linking to your cell phone service. Some models claim to be shock resistant and splash resistant, while others have large, easy-to-read buttons/LCD displays, and amplify incoming sounds.  Panasonic still offers stand-alone corded phones.

Features & Specs - Panasonic KX-TG7732S
info Talk time (hrs.) 13
info Caller ID Handset
info Maximum no. of cordless handsets 6
info Number of cordless handsets included 1
info Handset conferencing Yes
info Talking caller ID Yes
info Voice-mail indicator (Telco) Yes
info Corded phone on base No
info Base speakerphone No
info Base keypad No
info Base ringer Yes
info Handset speakerphone Yes
More features and specs
Additional Information (The information below has been supplied by an external source.)
General Information
Manufacturer Panasonic
Manufacturer Website Address
Product Model KX-TG7732S
Product Name KX-TG7732S Duo Cordless Phone with Answering Machine
Product Type Cordless Phone
User Reviews - Panasonic KX-TG7732S
User Reviews
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I'm Returning It!
Comfortable Handset
Compact design
Poorly Designed Phonebook
Poor Sound Quality
Poor Volume Control
Best Uses
I've had it for almost a week and am going to return it because the handsets keep cutting out even though I'm right next to the base unit. I can be talking and all of a sudden, I can barely hear the person I'm talking to. Sometimes, turning my body a bit helps, sometimes it doesn't. Also, there is often a hum.<br /><br />If the handsets worked ok, I'd consider keeping it, but I have a couple of other issues with the phone. There is a rocker on the side of the phone to increase/decrease the volume, but it only works when I'm talking, so that is a bit awkward. And worse, if I increase the volume (I need to), it reverts to its default setting when I hang up, so I have to increase the volume everytime I use the phone!<br /><br />I have been entering phone book data into the phone and I find the display could be a lot better. It only allows for 16 characters, including spaces. This is not nearly enough for some entries. This is especially true if someone has more than one phone, say one for work, one for home, and a cell. There is no good way to designate which is which. On my previous phone I'd just type in cell, work, or home or some other designation. There isn't room for this with this phone book. Also, names often appear with the first few letters on one line and the rest on the next line which makes for difficult reading.<br /><br />Since I think the phone speakers are defective, I am going to return it and look for one that is not as frustrating.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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