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#136218 19-Nov-2013 13:34
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Looking at replacing the analogue cordless phones at my parents to SIP ones.

What's a good handset that's not too expensive, but supports multiple SIP registrations? (am wanting to do distinctive ring on their home and business VoIP lines)


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  #937325 19-Nov-2013 14:27
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Yealink W52P :)

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  #937327 19-Nov-2013 14:32
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My Panasonic one (like yours Nate) does, but the implementation is poor - and they are way over priced!

My Siemens IP Gigaset is much better.

You can, for example, suffix numbers with #[line number] so you can set speed dials to go out via specific trunks.

Not sure about distinctive ring, but pretty sure it's possible.




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  #937331 19-Nov-2013 14:37
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theEd: Yealink W52P :)

Yup, these will do the trick. Sound quality is not high end, especially if you are wanting HD-Voice, but acceptable and a good volume level. Still at least as clear as PSTN though on G711.




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  #937497 19-Nov-2013 19:44
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ajobbins: My Panasonic one (like yours Nate) does, but the implementation is poor - and they are way over priced!


The Panasonic one is just too expensive for my folks.

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  #938258 20-Nov-2013 22:40
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The Yealink W52P is pretty good, we replaced our snom m9 with it and much prefer it. Sound quality is decent, better than the Gigaset units in my opinion.




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  #939011 22-Nov-2013 13:41
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nate:
ajobbins: My Panasonic one (like yours Nate) does, but the implementation is poor - and they are way over priced!


The Panasonic one is just too expensive for my folks.


Want to buy a used one from me?




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