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Panasonic KX-TG6545B Basic Phone

Panasonic KX-TG6545B Basic Phone
alaScore 82

20 reviews

Jul, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews of Panasonic KX-TG6545B Basic Phone. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cordless Phones for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cordless Phones the Panasonic KX-TG6545B Basic Phone is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: Shawn_Ky (newegg.com)

Great Phones!

 

I would not hesitate in buying these phones.

These phones are great in every way! Intercom works well between units, answering machine very configurable, sound quality EXCELLENT! Batteries last FOREVER

Only con I see is that I have to program each handheld unit instead of just one and it trickle down to the others. This is probably the way it is supposed to work, so maybe an added feature of allowing it to work that way would be awesome

May, 2012

Consumer review by: mrfla (newegg.com)

5 phone set

 

easy setup, voice caller id, niceley lit panel, easy to read, i paid $80, 1 base w 4 remote sets

none so far

Dec, 2011

Consumer review by: zuzo (newegg.com)

Nice Phone

 

I always use Panasonic phone for house. I tried other phone but lasted me less than two years but this one is long lasting. I old panasonic was working but I needed to upgrade for new technology.

Nice phone with long range. 5 Head sets cover my entire house. Lighted Key is very helpful at night dialing. Talking caller ID on Headset is must have for me

Battery charge could be longer but I solved by purchasing Duracell AAA rechargeable batteries

Dec, 2011

Consumer review by: Mick (newegg.com)

Panasonic KX-TG6545B 1.9 GHz Digital DECT 6.0 5X Handsets Cordless Phones Integrated Answering Machine

 

No problems hearing callers. No interference with wireless devices such as router and computers. Has performed extremely well in the 90 days plus I have owned it. I had my eye on this phone for over a year waiting for a great deal and Newegg cam...

Easy setup, good directions in included manual. It even displays a "missed call" on the well contrasted screen. Nice size and weight, clear sound. Lots of handy button features....caller ID, redial, speakerphone, very comprehensive set of calling aids

My hearing is not too good, but I feel it has adequate volume and good adjustments. No problems hearing callers. Ringer volume could be higher

Nov, 2011

Consumer review by: Matt (newegg.com)

Great phone

 

This was great for me because we only have 1 phone jack at our house because of getting phone service through our modem. Plus, you can set up other units wherever there are power outlets...you don't need phone jacks for the other units.

Great phone system, and it is super easy to set up ; I bought a DOA unit from Uniden and replaced it with this. I was up and running in 3 minutes with phone service restored

Nadda

Nov, 2011

Consumer review by: Gromero (newegg.com)

Panasonic Cordless phones

 

Really the cons I listed are minor (although the call block option could be better) and these phones are really feature packed as well. There is some functionality I would like from the unidens but overall these top the unidens thus the 5 eggs!

These phones have many different options to setup. They are clear in sound and have quite a good range. I like the talking option that tells you who calls (or the caller id if the number is blocked). You also have the capability of blocking numbers...

As for the phone blocking option, in using it, I think it just continues ringing to the caller without warning them that they are being blocked, which would probably fool them to thinking your not there. Although I still think the phone is of great...

Nov, 2010

Consumer review by: cujoe (newegg.com)

Panasonic kx-tg6545b

 

recommend to anyone.

display ; clarity ; talk caller id ; speaker phone ; 5 handsets ; digital answering machine

led on top of phone hard to see ; volume could be a bit louder ; can't clear all phones at once for caller id ; need more than 50 contacts

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: hercules550 (newegg.com)

earpiece volume

 

Can any owner comment on earpiece volume? I have an older Panasonic set on which the volume is poor. I do not want to make the same mistake again. All the extra features are fine, but with low speaker volumes, they are superfluous.

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: DrKK (newegg.com)

Real nice!

 

Well, I noticed the stock NiMH AAA batteries it came with were pathetic capacity---like 500 mAh. So, since the typical higher grade AAA NiMH batteries are at 1000 mAh nowadays, I went ahead and bought a dozen of them. But, in the meantime as I wait for...

I had a really low-end AT&T 4-handset system that I was using for awhile, and my wife was constantly complaining and wanted something more fully featured. So I bought these. These are very nice: the DECT frequencies are totally different from 802.11...

Cons. Hmm. Not really. I noticed a lot of people were saying the spoken caller ID was constantly butchering names---well, I have a crazy German name that everyone on the planet mispronounces, but this phone nails it ; Actually there is a con. You can...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Chris (newegg.com)

Outstabding Quality & Value

 

When I need a cordless telephone, I only look at one brand: "Panasonic". I've tried many brands and was never completely satisfied like I am with a Panasonic. In fact I have returned every other brand of cordless phone that I have ever purchased....

Sound Quality, Value for the dollar, Ease of Operation, Ease of Setup, Features, Talking Caller ID, Illuminated Keypad, Easy to replace batteries (rechargeable AAA)

Poorly Designed "Message Waiting Light" It's mounted flush on the top of the handset so at eye level you cannot see it flashing. You have to be above the handset to see it. Previous Panasonic designs wrapped the light lens around to the front and back...

May, 2010
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