Answering System Features
5.8 GHz Expandable Cordless System:
The KX-TG6071M 5.8 GHz digital cordless phone operates in the frequency range
between 5.76 GHz and 5.84 GHz, which provides excellent range, sound quality and
security. Plus, it won't interfere with Wi-Fi home networking
devices, which operate in the 2.4 GHz range. This Frequency Hopping Digital
Spread Spectrum (FHSS) system randomly changes transmission frequency several
times per second without causing crosstalk. FHSS technology also enhances
security due to the changing of frequencies.
You can add up to 3
additional cordless handsets including the following models: KX-TGA600B,
Multi-Language: The phone's handset display text and the unit's voice
prompts can be set to English or Spanish.
Voice Enhancer technology helps clarify and improve sound reception, creating a
natural-sounding voice that is easy to hear and understand. This is accomplished
by enhancing the frequency that is narrowed through the telephone line.
Slow Talk: This feature works to help slow down the incoming audio by
30 percent when you are having conversation with an outside party and are having
a hard time hearing the other person or when you are playing back your messages
from the phone's built-in answering machine.
Speakerphone/Keypad: The base unit includes a speakerphone with a
non-illuminated keypad that allows you to place calls from the base with or
without the handset in the cradle.
The cordless handset can double as a speakerphone for hands-free conversations.
4-Line LCD: The cordless handset features a
backlit 4-line, white back-lit LCD screen. The display will show lots of
information, including Caller ID info, call duration, battery strength, Caller
List, Directory, plus the Function Menu table. You can select either English or
Spanish as the display's text language. The LCD's brightness can be adjusted
from level 1 through 6.
Located below the LCD screen on the handset, the two soft keys are used to select functions
displayed directly above the keys. Functions displayed above the keys will
change depending upon the state of use.
Navigator Keys: The four directional
navigator keys on the handset are
used to navigate through menus and to select items shown on the display, by
pushing it up, down, left, or right. The center soft key icon can also be selected by pressing down on the center.
This unit is compatible with Caller ID services offered by your telephone
company. If you subscribe to Caller ID, the caller's name and phone number will
be displayed and recorded in the handset's Caller List.
Talking Caller ID:
The Talking Caller ID feature will
announce the caller's name from the base and handset after each ring. The
Talking Caller ID feature can be turned off if desired. You can select either
English or Spanish for the phone's voice prompts.
Call Waiting Caller ID:
If you subscribe to both Call
Waiting and Caller ID, when talking on the phone as another call comes in, the
second caller's name and phone number will be displayed.
Indicator: The Ringer/Message indicator is located at the top of the
handset. When a call is received, the indicator flashes quickly, and
when your answering machine has received messages, the indicator will flash
Caller ID Linked Feature (Ringer ID and Light-up ID): This feature can
help you identify who is calling by using different ringers and ringer indicator
colors for different callers stored in the phonebook. You can assign a different
ringer and indicator color to each phonebook item. When a call is received from
a caller stored in the phonebook, the ringer and indicator color are used after
Caller ID information is displayed. You can select from the following indicator
colors - Amber, Green, Red or Multi-color.
Caller ID Number Auto Edit: Once you call back an
edited number, the unit will remember the Area Code and format of the edited
number so the next time when someone calls from the same Area Code, the call
information will be customized as the edited version.
The unit can record information
for up to 50 different callers and store this information in the Caller List.
The unit can show
the number of calls you missed. You can call back any number in the caller list.
Once a number is in the Caller List, it can be manually or automatically edited
(to add or remove area codes or prefixes), saved in the Directory, or deleted.
Phone Book: You can store up to 50 names and
phone numbers in the handset's Phone Book. The directory names are sorted
You can copy directory entries (all or one-at-a-time) from one cordless handset
to another handset. You can enter names up to 16 characters, and enter phone
numbers up to 32 digits. You can copy one or all of the phone book items from
one handset to another if using additional, optional handsets.
Chain Dial: You can dial a combination of phone book or manual keypad
entries while making a call. This feature can be used, for example, to first
automatically dial a calling card access number that you have stored in the
phone book, then manually or automatically dial your PIN and then automatically
dial the destination number from the phone book.
You can review a list of the last five numbers dialed, then call any of those
This feature allows you to locate a handset by paging it from the base
This feature lets you set-up a 2-way conversation between the base and the
handset, or between two handsets.
Calls can be transferred from the
base unit to any handset, or from a handset to the
base unit or another handset.
Conference Calls: The phone will
support a 4-way conference call allowing up to four users to speak at the same
time. You can use two Handsets and one Base with one outside Line or three
Handsets with one outside Line.
Call Share allows the base unit or
the cordless handset to join an existing external call by pressing one button.
Up to four parties, including the outside party, can join in a conversation (if
you have extra handsets).
Hold/Mute Functions: The Hold feature
allows you put an outside call on hold. If a call is kept on hold for more than
six minutes, an alarm tone sounds; after four additional minutes on hold, the
call is disconnected. The Mute feature allows you to hear the other person on
the other line, but the other person cannot hear you.
The cordless handset has a sub-mini (2.5mm) jack on the side for an optional
Panasonic headset. Panasonic recommends (headsets) KX-TCA60,
KX-TCA86, KX-TCA88HA, KX-TCA92, KX-TCA93, KX-TCA94 and KX-TCA95.
Any Key Talk/Auto Talk:
When the cordless handset is off its charger base, the Any Key Talk feature
allows you to press any key (other than Off or the
Navigator Keys) to answer a call. When the
handset is on the charger base, the Auto Talk feature allows you to answer a
call by simply picking up the handset. Auto Talk can be turned on/off in the
Volume Controls: You have the ability to adjust
volume levels on the cordless handset for both the handset's Talk feature and the handset's
Speakerphone feature. You can select from three volume level settings for the
handset's Talk feature and six volume level settings for the handset's
Ringer Options: You can
select one of four ringer volume settings for the cordless handset. In
addition the handset has three ring tones and four ring melodies to choose
Temporary Tone Dialing:
If you are using a pulse dialing
system, you can temporarily switch to tone dialing to enter numbers for
answering services, electronic banking services, company phone directories, etc.
When you hang up, the mode switches back to pulse dialing.
Flash Key: If you have the Call Waiting
service, you can use the flash key to put the first call on hold, allowing you
to answer a second incoming call. You can adjust the length of the flash time
If you are using the cordless
handset in an area with interference, you can improve the sound quality by
turning on the Clarity Booster feature. Use of the Clarity
Booster will shorten the battery operating time.
Alarm: The phone features a built-in digital clock on the hand-set and
single Alarm setting. The alarm will sound once for 3 minutes at the set time.
Security: A handset cannot operate unless
it is registered with the base unit. This feature, combined with frequency
hopping provides outstanding system security.
Customer Support: The handset can display the Internet address for
Panasonic where you can download the operating instructions or get further
information for this phone using your computer.
Battery Information: The phone comes with an HHR-P107 rechargeable
Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery. A Ni-MH battery doesn't develop the
"memory" effect like many Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cad) rechargeable batteries do.
Battery Talk Time:
up to approximately 5 hours (approximately 3 hours when using the Clarity
Battery Standby Time:
up to approximately 11 days
Wall Mounting: The base unit can be placed on a desk or
table, or it can be wall mounted using the supplied plastic wall-mount bracket.
The wall mount bracket clips onto the base and then attaches to the wall with
one optional screw using the keyhole insert on the bracket.
Answering System Features
Answering System: This phone contains an answering
system which can answer and record calls for you when you are unavailable to
answer the phone. You can select either English or Spanish for the voice
guidance language of the answering system.
Total Recording Time: The total time for recording is
minutes for all messages. A maximum of 64 messages
can be recorded. Messages and greetings are stored
in flash memory and will not be affected by power failures. All messages are
saved until you delete them.
Caller's Recording Time: You
can select from 1 minute, 2 minutes, or 3 minutes for recording incoming
You can also set the system for Greeting Only where the system plays back the
greeting message, then hangs up without recording any messages. Individual
messages can be played back and erased from the base unit or the handset.
Greetings: You can record a
personal greeting of up to 2 minutes. The unit also comes with 2 pre-recorded
messages; one used when the unit has no available
recording time, and one used when a message will be recorded.
Screening Calls: While a caller is leaving a message,
you can listen to the call through the base unit's speaker.
Number of Rings: You can set
the number of rings before the answering system answers the call. Your choices
are 2 to 7 rings, or Toll Saver. When set to Toll Saver, the unit will answer on
the second ring when there is at least one new message, or on the fourth ring
when there are no new messages. This allows you to save on toll charges for the
call by hanging up when you hear the third ring, knowing there are no messages.
Voice Day/Time Stamp: With each message the unit announces the day and time
the message was
recorded. The phone's voice prompts can be heard in English or Spanish.
Message Indicator: When a new message has been
recorded, the Message Indicator on the base unit will flash.
When a new message has been received, the handset LED will slowly
Voice Memo: You can use the
base unit to leave a voice memo (voice message) for yourself or someone else
(maximum 3 minutes). Voice memos can be played back later with the same
operation used to play back answering system messages.
Remote Operation: You can
operate the Answering System from any touch-tone phone. The system is protected
by a three-digit remote code to
prevent unauthorized access. You can either use the
unit's voice prompts or direct commands by pressing keys. During remote
operation, you can perform the following functions:
- Playback all messages or playback
new messages only
- Repeat or skip a message
- Record a message
- Stop playback or start voice guidance
- Erase currently playing message or all
- Turn off the answering system (to
turn on the system, call the unit and wait for 15 rings)
- Width: 1.895"
- Height: 6.145"
- Depth: 1.215"