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Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets Reviews



Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets

  • DECT 6.0 Plus Technology
  • 5 Cordless Handsets
  • Single line
  • All-Digital Answering System Included
  • Bluetooth capability

Like using your cell phone a home but don’t like carrying it around? Now you can make and receive cell phone calls through your multi-handset home phone system with the Bluetooth powered Panasonic Link-to-Cell. Simple link your cell phone via Bluetooth to Link-to-Cell, and then make or receive cell phone calls through any of your comfortable, Panasonic home phone handsets.

List Price: $ 149.95

Price: $ 119.95

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3 responses to “Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets Reviews”

  1. VA Dare says:
    70 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bluetooth Gateway Telephone, April 6, 2012
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    VA Dare (Fairfax, Virginia) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets (Office Product)

    This telephone is identified as a “Landline Telephone” in the Amazon description. Fortunately, the phone does NOT require the landline connection to work as a cell-phone router, in fact there is a “Cellular Line Only” mode to customize system functionality to cell-phones, otherwise the display will remind you to “Check Tel Line” while the land line port is unused.

    The phone accepts Bluetooth connection from most cell phones. Panasonic details the compatible phones (most all) in a table at their site titled (search Panasonic web for…) “Cellular Connection List for Panasonic Products”. Once registered via Bluetooth, all of the Panasonic handsets call-out and receive calls wirelessly through the base unit, as though it was a landline phone. It is however a SINGLE line phone – i.e. in or out from any one of its three ports: a) cellphone -1 or, b) cellphone 2 or, c) landline, but ONE call at a time. The phone’s 1.9GHz frequency will not interfere with the 2.4GHz frequency typical of routers, home security systems, and other computer wireless devices.

    As for performance – very impressive! The handsets are a bit larger than our replaced 12-year old Panasonic phone system, but better designed with a very readable black on bright-white display and larger buttons to reduce dialing mistakes. The newer technology NiMH (nickel-metal hydride) batteries no longer have the old-style proprietary shape, instead they are conventional AAA size, and so could be easily replaced if they ever wear out. The sound quality is excellent, virtually noise free – incoming calls via the cellphones are perfectly clear. The Intercom feature – while nothing new – is still a great help in a multi-story house or office and also delivers excellent sound. The handsets can be “named” (up to 10 characters) allowing room names to appear on the intercom menus. Each handset has a volume amplification control – a useful feature in a noisy room.

    —–2 mo update—–

    6 June 2012: No complaints, rock-solid performance and excellent audio quality over dozens of incoming and outgoing calls on two cell phones. The intercom has been a handy feature in a multi-level home. Highly recommended and still worth 5-stars!

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  2. A. Adkins "Disneyphile" says:
    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Cordless System, April 14, 2012
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    A. Adkins “Disneyphile” (Texas) –
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    This review is from: Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets (Office Product)

    Pros: Easy to set up because most of the defaults were appropriate. I have the five handsets scattered around the house with room names in their memory. They will always end up back in the original room and not collect on a coffee table.

    The voice caller ID will be very handy. With the old cordless phones (about 5 years old) we had to get up and look at a hand set to see who was calling. Might as well answer. Many features to tailor ring to source. I like the call blocking. We get repeated calls for donations. I can shut this down now.

    The Panasonic connected to our LG Ally (verizon LG VS740) and did the automatic transfer of phone book. One Ally is set about 30 ft from the base unit with 3 walls in between and we still get a blue tooth connection. The Panasonic compatibility list ([…]) did not list this model, but seems to work flawlessly. This will be a real convenience because we had to run to our cell in whatever room we had left it. Now putting it on the charger with Bluetooth on and it rings on all the Panasonic hand sets.

    Another great feature is that our old system had to have the phone book copied to each hand set. And I didn’t always do it, so each hand set had a different list of names. The Panasonic has one phone book (three groups) accessed by any handset.

    Old set was not very good sound quality. This is better. We will try it with conference call to one of our children on Sunday.

    Cons: I am in the process of setting up the “Home” phone book. I downloaded our Cell phone book, but it is of limited use. Contacts with multiple phones are shown on the cell with identifying destinations (“Call Mobile”, “Call Work”). Each of those downloads to the Panasonic as the same name 2 or 3 times, but with different phone numbers. Caller ID would work fine, but outgoing, I have to remember which phone number is which location. In addition, the cell doesn’t need the “1” before the area code. So I can’t use these numbers to call out on the land line. I am in the process of editing each entry and saving it in the “Home” group. Better than entering the whole entry, but a bother.

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  3. WD "WD" says:
    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost PERFECT!, April 22, 2012
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    WD “WD” (USA) –

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    This review is from: Panasonic KX-TG7745S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 5 Handsets (Office Product)

    The range with 6.0 is double the old 2.4mhz cordless phone system. And the ability to buy $30 range extenders (up to two) makes range issues a thing of the past. The new features like Bluetooth pairing with up to two cell phones (only one can be used at a time) is VERY COOL and works well. The only reason this is a 4 star review and not a 5 star review is the instruction manual on this Bluetooth pairing feature is TERRIBLE!! I had to read old Amazon customer reviews to figure it out (its done via the handset’s menu while standing near the base unit and the cell phone you want to pair). Once I knew that it was simple and easy. Phone books can be downloaded from cell phones. Enter a new phonebook entry on one handset and all the handsets get the entry updated (Love that long overdue feature!) Too bad it doesn’t come with a two-line option and too bad you can only have 6 handsets, 10 would be ideal for my home.

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