|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||9.91 x 23.62 x 13.46 cm; 453.59 Grams|
|Item Weight||454 g|
|Department||Cordless Telephones -> DECT 6.0 Cordless Phones|
|Item Model Number||SB67108|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||20 March 2018|
AT&T SynJ SB67108 Cordless Expansion Handset for The AT&T SynJ SB67138 & SB67158 Small Business Phone System
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|Number of batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
About this item
- DECT 6.0 Zero Blind Slot Digital Technology
- 1 to 4 Line Capability
- Push-to-Talk Intercom—From Base to Handset and From Hanset to Handset
- Expandable System (use up to 10 cordless handsets through a single phone jack)
- 30 name and number Caller ID history. 100 name/number private phonebook directory
- DSL Subscribers may need to us a DSL Filter
- For optimal performance batteries should be charged for 16 hours prior to use
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AT&T 4-Line Accessory Handset
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1) The handset screen is so bright that, when a call comes in, it can wake anyone sleeping in the room. It's like a 60-watt light bulb. There's no way to dim or shut off that backlight. And speaking of lights, our former Panasonic system had a mast light on the antenna so you could turn off the ringer and still see incoming calls but the light was nowhere near as bright as the screen light on this system's handsets.
2) The base station has no volume control on the speaker so if anyone leaves a message, it's broadcast throughout the house. You can stop the message from being broadcast if you push the mute button each time when the message is being left but you can't set it permanently to mute or turn down the volume (you can adjust the volume when you go back to listen to the message).
3) You can't turn off the ringer for any one of the lines on the handsets. You can turn off all sounds but not, for example, turn off just one line. We use line 4 for the fax so all of the phones in the house ring when a fax comes in. You can change the ringtone for each of the four lines but there are only seven ringtone choices, all of which are more "industrial" that we'd like in our home. And why, in this age of unlimited ringtones, can't you add your own ringtone?
4) You have to program the directory on each handset and the base station. Why not allow people to program their frequently-called numbers in the base station and then "populate" all or some of the handsets automatically?
5) Each handset has a place on the screen that shows that there has been a missed call. If there has been even one missed call, that icon flashes continually on every handset. The only way to turn off that flashing icon is to scroll through all of the caller IDs which have come in, and you have to do that on each handset. They should allow you to turn off that feature.
6) Each handset can have its own mailbox but we only use the mailbox on the base station. However, when checking messages from a handset, it defaults to checking that handset's mailbox first. The system should allow you to program it so that when you go to check messages, you simply can access the base station mailbox directly.
7) The handsets have a jack for a corded headphone but why not add Bluetooth so you can use the same headset as your cellphone?
I have many more insights into the areas which could be improved but, the truth is that home phones are disappearing as many people only use cellphones instead of having a landline. Panasonic got out of this business so there's not that much of an incentive for AT&T or the few others still in this market to spend much on the R&D necessary to incorporate upgrades.
Would I buy it again? Yes, since this is the only four-line phone with built-in answering system I could find. The price is good and I would have given it five stars but for the strange omissions mentioned above.