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Link2Cell Bluetooth Cellular Convergence Solution with 4 Handset

Details
KX-TG294SK
Features
  • Link up to 2 Cell Phones
  • Bluetooth Headset Capability
  • Phonebook Copy from Cellular Phone via Bluetooth
  • DECT 6.0 Plus Technology

SpecificationsExpand All

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    • Color
    • Frequency
    • System
    • Number of Channels
    • Number of Handsets ( Capability )
    • Number of Phone Line
    • LCD Language
    • Bluetooth Headset Capability
    • BT Headset Volume
    • Phonebook Copy from Cellular Phone via Bluetooth
    • Call Block *1*5
    • -Registered from Function menu
    • -Registered from Caller list
    • Silent mode
    • Talking Phone (Talking Alarm Clock/ Talking Battery Alert)
    • Light-Up Indicator¿(Ringer / Charge Indicator)
    • Ringer ID *1*2
    • Icon Operation ( function menu )
    • Menu Operation
    • Intelligent Eco Mode
    • Repeater
    • Repeater include
    • Rubber Grip
    • Range boost
    • reversible handset
    • Voice Equalizer
    • premium texture
    • power backup operation
    • Caller ID*1
    • Caller ID memory *1
    • Call Waiting Caller ID*1
    • Talking Caller ID (Base) *1*2*3
    • Talking Caller ID (Handset) *1*2*3
    • Voice Mail *1
    • Voice Mail *1 Alert (Light-Up Indicator )
    • Chain dial
    • LCD (Handset)
    • FullDot mono
    • 103x65pixels"
    • LCD Backlit Color
    • Large Text Display Mode (Multi items/ Single item) *7
    • Lighted Handset Keypad
    • Ringer Pattern ( Tone + Melody )
    • CELL:10(5+5)+InbandTone"
    • Ringer Volume
    • Redial Memory (Handset)
    • Hold
    • Mute
    • Flash
    • Receiver Volume ( Talk Volume)
    • Speakerphone Volume
    • Intercom (Handset to Base)
    • Intercom (Handset to Handset)
    • Conference Call with Outside Line
    • Barge in ( Call Share )
    • Any Key Answer
    • Clock
    • Alarm
    • Battery
    • Talk Time
    • Standby Time
    • Charge Time
    • Headset Jack
    • Belt clip Included
    • Dial Keypad
    • LCD (Base)
    • Base Phonebook Memory (Name & Number)
    • (16char/24digits)"
    • Redial Memory (Base)
    • Hold
    • Mute
    • Flash
    • Digital Speakerphone
    • Speakerphone Volume
    • Speed Dial
    • Handset Locator
    • Ringer Pattern ( Tone+ Melody )
    • CELL:1(1+0)+InbandTone"
    • Ringer Volume
    • Wall Mountable
    • Answering System
    • Total Recording Time (ICM + GM + Memo)
    • Massage Alert (Light-Up Indicator )
    • Choice Mail ( Message list )
    • Speaker Volume ( Base Unit Speaker)
    • Memo Recording
    • Recording Conversation
    • Remote Operation from Handset
    • Remote Operation from outside Line (DTMF)
    • Toll saver
    • Call screening
    • Optional Handset
    • Base Dimensions H x W x D (mm)
    • Handset Dimensions H x W x D (mm)
    • Charger Dimensions H x W x D (mm)
    • Repeater Dimensions H x W x D (mm
    • Base Weight (g)
    • Handset Weight with Battery (g)
    • Charger Weight (g)
    • Repeater Weight (g)
    • UPC
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Reviews

KX-TG294SK is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Almost Perfect Land-line Phone Extremely reliable. Excellent sound quality. Setup and customization is easy. Built quality is excellent. Large buttons and large very clear black-on-white display screen. A very feature rich, easy to use system. Only one missing feature - the ability to work in the event of a power outage, which is a feature select model Panasonic cordless phones. Normally, most manufacturer's cordless phone systems are useless in a power outage. Lose your home power and your land-line cordless phone is useless. This is an issue is not manufacturer-specific - nearly all cordless phone systems have this issue. Why? Because the base unit of any manufacturer's cordless phone system acts as a link between the land-line phone network and your cordless phone system. If the base unit loses power, your cordless phone system can no longer link to the land-line network. Some model Panasonic cordless phone systems (e.g., KX-TG6643B) will let the base unit work in the event of a power failure by using the cordless handset's batteries as a power source in the event of a power failure. Place a charged handset into the base, and the base unit's speakerphone will continue to work in a general power failure. That said, this is a very good phone system. If you do not need the power outage feature, you can't go wrong buying this system.
Date published: 2014-05-07
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Support

Owner's Manuals
FAQs
  • How do I register my cell phone to my phone system using the Link2Cell feature?
    First click click here to check for the compatibilityof your cell phone.

    Make sure that there are no active Bluetooth devices registered to your base unit. To register your cell phone to the phone system, follow these instructions:

    On the handset, press [MENU] [#] [6] [2] [4] [1] for CELL 1

    *** OR ***

    press [MENU] [#] [6] [2] [4] [2] for CELL 2.

    The red light on the base will start to flash (the reset of the procedure needs completed within 5 minutes) and depending on your cell phone it might prompt you to enter your PIN on yourcellular phone (default:"0000").

    Wait for a long beep from the Panasonic base unit (it may take more than 10 seconds) and as soon as the CELL 1 or CELL 2indicator light turns green, you are ready to make and receive calls on the handset from you cellular line, press [OFF] to complete this procedure.

    For further assistance please click below to access a model series, specific, tutorial,on Link2Cell:

    Click here for the KX-TG78x Series tutorial.

    Click here for the KX-PRD26x Series tutorial.

    *** OR ***

    Click here for the KX-PRL26x Series tutorial.



  • How do I view, add, block, and unblock numbers?
    Add Blocked Numbers:

    To manually block a number:
    1. Press the [MENU] [#] [2] [1] [7] on the handset
    2. Press [ADD]
    3. Enter the phone number you want blocked
    4. Press [SAVE]

    To store block number from caller list:

    1. Press [MENU] [#] [2] [1] [3]
    2. Scroll to the number to be blocked
    3. Press [SAVE]

    Note: If you do not want the first ring from a phone number on the call block list to sound, turn the first ring setting to "Off". Follow this procedure on the handset:

    1. Press the [MENU] [#] [1] [7] [3]
    2. Select "ON"
    3. Press [SAVE]

    **For additional information, please refer to the Operating Manual.

    View The Numbers I have blocked:

    To view the block list do the following procedure:
    1. On the handset press [MENU] [#] [2] [1] [7]
    2. Press the [▲] or the [▼] to view numbers that are blocked.
    3. Press [OFF] to exit the setting.
    **For additional information, please refer to the Operating Manual.

    Blocking Numbers of Calls I Do Not Wish To Receive:

    Some models will allow you to block calls. Caller ID service is required to identify phone numbers to match what you have stored on the call block list. Some units are capable of blocking up to 250 phone numbers, if you have more than 250 numbers to block then subscribing to a call block service from you phone company is an option.

    **For additional information, please refer to the Operating Manual

    Unblocking Numbers I No Longer Wish to Block:
    1. On the handset press [MENU] [#] [2] [1] [7]
    2. Press the [▲] or the [▼] to select your desired entry
    3. Press the soft key [ERASE]
    4. Press [SELECT] on "Yes"
    5. Press [OFF] to exit the setting.
    **For additional information, please refer to the Operating Manual.
  • How do I clear 'New Voicemail' on my handset's display?
    Your telephone is alerting you that you have a new voice message from your phone company's assigned Voice mailbox. The procedure to access your voice mailbox would vary depending on the instructions of your phone company/service provider. Once you listen to your new messages, "New Voicemail" should be cleared from the handset.

    Note: If the handset still indicates there are new messages even after you have listened to all new messages, turn it off by pressing and holding [#] until the handset beeps.

    If you do not have voicemail service through your telephone service provider that you are aware of:

    Press [MENU] [#] [3] [3] [2] then press [0] to select OFF followed by SAVE to disable the Voicemail Tone Detector of the telephone..
  • How can I re-register my handset or register additional handsets?
    To register a handset, perform the following steps:
    1. Press [MENU] [#] [1] [3] [0] on the Handset
    2. Press and hold down the [LOCATOR] button on the base for about 5 seconds until you hear the registration tone
      If all registered handsets starts ringing, press [LOCATOR] again to stop, then repeat this step, procedure needs to be completed within 90 seconds
    3. Press [OK] on the handset
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Consumer Product Support and Technical Assistance
Operating hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm EST
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