Expandable Digital Cordless Telephone with Answering System; 5 Handsets


Expandable Digital Cordless Telephone with Answering System; 5 Handsets

SpecificationsExpand All

    • Color
    • Channels
    • Multi Handset (Capability)
    • Handset Locator
    • Call Block
    • Frequency
    • System
    • Battery
    • Shipment Battery
    • Battery Life (Talk)
    • Battery Life (Standby)
    • Charge Time
    • Basic Functions
    • LCD Backlit Color
    • LCD (Handset)
    • Backlit Keypad
    • Hold/Soft Key
    • Talk Volume
    • Speakerphone Volume
    • Headset Jack
    • Ringer Volume
    • Light-Up Indicator/Ringer Color (LED)
    • Redial Memory
    • Mute/Flash Buttons
    • Intercom (Handset to Handset/Handset to Base)
    • Conference Call
    • Barge In (Call Share)
    • Clock/Alarm
    • Talking Caller ID (Handset/Base)
    • Menu Operation
    • Silent Mode
    • Function Menu Default
    • Number of LCD Language Display
    • Caller ID/Phonebook
    • Caller ID Compatible
    • Caller ID Memory
    • Phonebook Memory (Name and Number)
    • Chain Dial
    • Ringer ID
    • Voice Mail Features
    • Voice Mail
    • Answering Machine Features
    • Answering Machine
    • Memo Recording
    • Remote Operation/Turn On
    • Weight & Dimensions
    • Base Dimensions H x W x D (in.)
    • Handset Dimensions H x W x D (in)
    • Charger Dimensions H x W x D (in.)
    • Base Weight (lbs.)
    • Handset Weight (lbs.)
    • Charger Weight (lbs.)
    • Choice Mail (Message Alert)
    • Talking Phone
    • Digital Speakerphone
    • Recording Time
    • Optional Handset
    • UPC


KX-TG6445T is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Although I have only had this phone a few days, I am totally satisfied with the features and the ease of setting it up. The fact that it uses regular rechargable batteries is a plus too. The numbers are large and back lit, which will be a plus if I need to answer the phone in the middle of the night without my glasses. Also, you can press any key to answer the phone which is convenient when answering the phone without my glasses. I will keep the packaging and my old phone in case I have the same problem others have had 6 months down the road with the static, but that's another thing...there are instructions included which show you how to repack everything back in the box.
Date published: 2012-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from want more memory Memory is cheap, but Panasonic's cordless phones still allow only 50 names in the phonebook, and only a meager 30 blocked caller numbers. IMHO, these should support 100 names in the phonebook, and 200 blocked caller numbers. And the blocked caller numbers should allow naming, because once they're blocked, you can't tell what the Caller ID was for those numbers.
Date published: 2012-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Loved at first, now a big frustration This phone was the perfect solution to my needs and I loved everything about it for about 6 months. The first problem occurred when bad static began interfering with calls. This was remedied by "resetting" the phone. This worked for a while but I found myself having to reset every couple of days to keep the line clear. Now the phone isn't working at all with a "check tel line" message on the screen. I've followed the instructions in the manual to check line connection with no results. Since it is still under warranty, I called the 1800# (no humans) and got an automated message with an address to ship it off to. I guess I will go phone-less until it's repaired or just get rid of the land line altogether.
Date published: 2012-09-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not working as expected! I alsoshare the issue with no caller ID displayed on incoming calls. This also lends itself to the fact that there is no "missed call" shown on the handsets (4) after call is answered. As if no call was received? Most missing caller ID's represent know(stored) callers in the phones memory. Is there a "fix" for this issue. AT&T denies it is an issue with their service. My old Panasonic (still in use) catches the ID every time.
Date published: 2011-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unreliable Caller ID We purchased this Panasonic TG-6545 system, and found that about one call in five shows as "Incoming Call", without any Caller ID information. We tried using our old system in parallel, and found that the old system registers every call, while the new one does not. Although this new Panasonic has many wonderful features, and good battery life, we are reluctantly returning it after two weeks of use, due to the unreliability of its Caller ID. Why can't Panasonic put the ringer volume control on the face of the unit? It's the most commonly used feature, for customers who shut off the ringer during meals and at bedtime?
Date published: 2010-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Phone System I agree to the comments submitted above by 'Avid' . This is a really nice phone system. I love it. I have given it 4 stars only because of the following missing functions. I would appreciate if Panasonic builds them in their next versions 1. A Banner function that allows one to name the phones as 'Family Rm', 'Study' or 'Kids Bedrm' etc. Its very difficult to remember which number phone is in which room when you want to intercom, and we use that instead of yelling across the house :). My old Uniden phones had that function. 2. A display for the number of voice mails. 3. Perhaps allowing the intercom function to use the handset speaker phone, instead of just the earpiece. I absolutely love the call block feature.. it rings like 1/2 a ring and cuts the unwanted phone off. Another good thing, Panasonic explicitly states that leaving the phones in their charging cradle even after the battery is fully charged will *not* affect the battery negatively. Overall - highly recommended..
Date published: 2010-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best phones I ever had This phone has changed my life. After suffering from a motley collection of various poor-working phones for many years, I finally decided to up for a phone system. My home is two-story, and I get business calls on my regular phone line. First off, the phone system is truly an integrated system, you can do all functions with the phone and answering machine from any satellite phone. 1. The address book is shared by all phones, any number you enter on any phone's address book will display on all phones' address books. 2. You say you wish your home had an intercom? This phone system is ALSO an intercom system----PLUS you can even put a called on hold and then intercom another person to pick up the call on the phone in his/her room. 3. These phones use plain ordinary NIMH rechargeable batteries, and so far the battery life has been excellent for me. I did a conference call for 1.5 hours and it did not even go down one bar on the battery life indicator. (and yes, the batteries ARE in the box) 4. It has speakerphone and headset jack, and uses plain ordinary telephone headsets. There is also a volume control on each phone, which also works for the speakerphone and headset volumes. 5. There is talking caller ID, and if the caller's number is programmed into the address book, it will speak the name you put in the address book. So if you entered "My Boss" with the boss's number in the address book, it would speak "My Boss" when he/she called. 6. You can turn off the ringer for specified periods of time on each individual phone. So if you have a phone in the baby's room, for instance, you could set the phone in baby's room to not ring at night. 7. You have a choice of ring tones plus you can even individualize a ring tone for any person you enter in the address book. 8. You can switch between regular phone and speakerphone on any call, back and forth as much as you need. 9. The display is LARGE and it's backlit. It tells you the date and time. 10. You can block any caller you don't want to speak to, such as a telephone marketer. 11. You don't need a lot of expertise to set up this phone, it's easy to learn the system. 12. There is a very slight hiss on the phone, but not enough to be noticeable. The DECT 6.0 technology does not interfere with wireless devices like internet, and is not affected by appliances like a microwave. 13. You only need one phone jack for this entire system, the satellite phones only need the AC charger plugged into the wall. 14. These phones are a relatively smaller size that others you may have used, and the phone fits in my pocket easily when I go outside. The small size does not inhibit the function at all.
Date published: 2009-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from What are they thinking I bought this phone because my current panasonic is dead and I love the talking ID. I need a phone to put on my kitchen wall. Although this phone comes with a wall adapter it sticks out of the wall in the same position as if it was sitting on a desk. What were they thinking? When someone walks into the kitchen they will knock this phone right off the wall. I love a lot of the features but I also miss the number of messages feature. Not sure if I am keeping this.
Date published: 2009-12-11
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Owner's Manuals
  • 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
  • Why does the date and time change automatically after I have programmed the date and time on my phone?
    If you are subscribed to Caller ID from your phone company, the unit's date and time setting will be automatically adjusted when caller information is received. If you do not wish for this feature to work, press [MENU] [#] [2] [2] [6] on the handset, then press [0] to select "Manual" and press [SAVE]

    Applicable Base Model(s):

    If you are subscribed to Caller ID from your phone company, the unit's date and time setting will be automatically adjusted when caller information is received. If you do not wish for this feature to work, on the handset press [MENU] then press the [?] or [?] to scroll to "SET DATE AND TIME" then press [OK]. press the [?] or [?] to scroll to "TIME ADJUSTMENT" then press [?] TO SELECT "MANUAL". Press [OK] to save the setting.

    Applicable Base Model(s):

    If you are subscribed to Caller ID from your phone company, the unit's date and time setting will be automatically adjusted when caller information is received.

    Applicable Base Model(s):
    KX-TG401x KX-TG402x

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