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Re: [vox] [OT] phone (really, really offtopic)
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Re: [vox] [OT] phone (really, really offtopic)

I have a Panasonic KX-T2315 EASA-PHONE.  It has all of the feature you want
below EXCEPT caller ID.  The one I have is most likely several years old, I got
it free from my last job.

It also has the following features:
Flash, for answering second incoming call
Mute button that you do not have to hold down.
Hold button
Pause (I have no idea and dont have a manual)
28 programmable autodail selections.

It is a very nice phone.  Give me a call if you want to hear the quality from
the other end :)
> essential
> =========
> * a good solid speakerphone
> * caller ID capability
> * battery _and_ wall socket capability
> * ability to turn the ringer completely off
> * a volume control that can make discussions unbearably loud down to
>   completely inaudible.
> * when you dial a number, the dialtones don't "bounce" as if the
> contact
>   being made is poor.
> features i don't care about
> ===========================
> cordless operation: i hate talking on (and to) cordless phones.
> voice mail boxes:  i just don't use them.
> answering phone:  i already have one.
> i'm having trouble finding a phone with all these features.  most of
> what i'm finding is some subset.  the closest thing i found is a COBY
> CT-P840, but the speakerphone is very weak[1], the buttons don't work
> well and i can't turn off the ringer.
> recommendations?
> pete
> [1]: i _never_ talk to anyone on a speakerphone.  however, i'm often
> placed on hold, and a good loud speaker phone lets me do "stuff" while
> i'm waiting without having to have something glued to my ear.

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