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  Reply # 507033 15-Aug-2011 21:53
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DylanReeve: Damn should have checked this before - Uniden 6015 here doesn't play with Genius :(


I don't know if Uniden have yet to make a single phone DECT phone that supports GAP. They are the only DECT manufacturer I'm aware of that don't include GAP support.


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  Reply # 507035 15-Aug-2011 22:01
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Bastards. Probably fair though - it's the phone I got free when I signed up to Vodafone broadband a couple of years ago (before terminating my contract thanks to their stupid data block policy) 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 507040 15-Aug-2011 22:22
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I have an old Panasonic phone that, after pressing lots of buttons in conjunction with the button on the back of the Genius - works! Can place the base anywhere we want without wires. Sweet.

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  Reply # 507042 15-Aug-2011 22:30
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Yeah the Panasonic from downstairs works just fine.

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  Reply # 509601 21-Aug-2011 14:19
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Dammit. I bought a new Panasonic 1611 from DSE today and I can't convince it to pair. 

Also might be wise of Orcon to advise customers that the DECT on Genius is not compatible with Uniden handsets. 

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  Reply # 509605 21-Aug-2011 14:26
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The Genius handset is pretty poor as far as voice clarity and ringing volume is concerned. We prefer to use the old Panasonic.

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  Reply # 509608 21-Aug-2011 14:33
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My Genius handset is actually broken - waiting on a replacement, in the mean time was hoping to add another Panasonic, but having no luck.

Even unregistered the existing handsets and now can't get them to re-register :(

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  Reply # 509611 21-Aug-2011 14:50
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Right, so I cannot register the new Panasonic KX-TG1611NZH but the older one (I think it is a TG1311) does register.

Both claim to be "1.8GHz"

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