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1. Casio SA400 4-Line Speakerphone
list($69.88)
2. Casio Phonemate TC930 Cordless
$45.99 list($69.00)
3. Casio Phonemate TC920WT Cordless
4. Casio 9370 Corded Phone with Digital
list($59.99)
5. Casio TC920WHHS White Cordless
list($45.88)
6. Casio Phonemate TI345 Phone and
list($39.88)
7. Casio Phonemate CP750BK 900 MHz
list($59.99)
8. Casio TC920BKHS Black Cordless
list($39.99)
9. Casio Phonemate CP-720BK 900 MHz
list($99.00)
10. Casio Phonemate TC950A 900 MHZ
list($25.95)
11. Casio Phonemate TA105 Digital
list($65.14)
12. Casio Phonemate TC920BK 900 MHz
list($89.99)
13. Casio Phonemate CP2575 2.4 GHz
list($69.99)
14. Casio PhoneMate TA180 2-Line Answering
list($79.99)
15. Casio Phonemate CP930 Cordless
list($199.00)
16. Casio PhoneMate MA240 900 MHz
list($84.99)
17. Casio TC930BKHS Black Cordless
list($99.99)
18. Casio CP2070 2.4 GHz White Cordless
list($69.99)
19. Casio CP1280 900MHz Black Cordless
20. Casio TA160 Corded Phone with

1. Casio SA400 4-Line Speakerphone with Caller ID
by Casio
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00004U9HE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 17395
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio SA-400 four-line system telephone with caller ID andspeakerphone is designed especially for small business and home office use.Compatible with loop and ordinary home run wiring, this shared-resource phoneoffers powerful and unique features not found in typical non-key system units(KSU). Supporting up to four lines per phone, Casio's SA-400 system also isexpandable up to 12 stations. This model is part of Casio's Executive Series,and can be mixed and matched with other series members to create customizedoffice solutions.

Key among the SA-400's features are its digital speakerphone and robust callerID. The speakerphone allows for convenient hands-free calling, and the unit'sbase comes with a built-in headset jack and hook switch (headset not included).Casio's SA-400 features type II call waiting/caller ID (a subscription to theseservices is required from your telephone service provider). Caller IDinformation is displayed for all calls, including those on call waiting. Whentransferring a call, the system forwards caller ID information. Caller ID alsostores up to 64 of the most recent calls, which can be dialed at the touch of abutton.

Additional features of the SA-400 include a 20-name/number autodial directory,all-station page, auto redial, hold with audible alert, mute, LED line statusindicators, station-to-station and automatic intercom options, station IDdisplay, do-not-disturb mode, privacy protection, and power failure protection.The SA-400's three-way conference capability is another great feature forbusinesses, allowing conferencing between two internal stations and an outsideline, or between one internal station and two outside lines.

The SA-400 has a generous LCD panel, making information available at a glance.Station status information (busy lamp field) is displayed for every stationlinked to the system, along with date and time. Calls can be transferred to anystation within the system. A data/fax port allows for easy connection of a PC,laptop, or fax.

The Casio SA-400 comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Supports up to 4 lines; expands up to 12 stations
  • Caller ID with call waiting; 64-number log
  • Digital speakerphone
  • Speed dialing for 20 names/numbers
  • All-station page; supports call transfer and conference calling

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars poor choice
I purchased 12 of these units for my office and have had constant trouble with them. The customer service help number is worthless and don't see any option except looking for another phone system. The phones intercoms don't work and the sound quality is poor due to too much background noise picked up through the mouthpiece. Placing the caller on hold and transferring to another phone sometimes locks the phone line. These phones might be fine as stand alone but don't buy for multiple phone setup which they were supposedly designed for.

1-0 out of 5 stars Look elsewhere
I bought this phone 2 years ago and I would recommend you to look elsewhere.

The features are very slow to respond and I keep losing the date and time settings very frequently. Until now, I did not have options for other phones and I stuck to this.

Now, I will buy a 5.8GHz cordless expandable phone system. They have pretty good reviews. ... Read more


2. Casio Phonemate TC930 Cordless 900 MHz Telephone
by Casio
list price: $69.88
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Asin: B00000J58O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 50971
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Many homes today have multipurpose phone lines for managing modems, faxes, and multiple users. The Casio TC930 Phonemate cordless telephone withcaller-ID compatibility gives you control of your telephone time. Decide whether to take a call with the help of displayed name and number of the incoming calls, call screening, and caller ID. Casio also included a digital answering machine along with other features essential for a busy home or small business, such as 20-minute all-digital recording and selective save and erase functions.

The Modem Monitor protects modem or fax connections when you make a call bydistinguishing between data and standard voice communication. A 30-channelautoscan monitors multiple channels, automatically selecting the bestone to ensure clarity in your conversation. And the Phonemate's 900 MHz frequency extends your freedom, providing you the liberty to multitask from greater distances.

Additionally, when you're away, remote operation with voice menus allow you full access to your messages. The Casio Phonemate TC930 comes with a rechargeable battery pack plus an AC adapter/recharger. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Digital answering machine
  • Caller ID call waiting
  • Remote operation with voice menus
  • Modem monitor connection protection

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy!!
My regular phone has better sound quality then TC930 900MHz phone. May times answering machine does not record messages. Finally I had to replace it.

4-0 out of 5 stars color other than black
We love the phone, we had one before. I'm looking for the model 930 w/caller ID, but not in black. we are looking for the ivory or cream colored one. can u help? ... Read more


3. Casio Phonemate TC920WT Cordless 900 MHz phone
by Casio
list price: $69.00
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Asin: B00000K0FR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 20895
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 40 channels
  • Digital answering machine with advanced message management
  • Voice-assisted operation
  • Modem monitor

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Short Life Phone
I purchased two of these phones for mothers day. One had to be returned in one month (Could not be heard by caller). Mailed back to Casio, fixed and returned to me. Five months later both phones do not work. Batteries have been checked. Worked very well when working. Working life too short.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great answering machine but mediocre phone
I returned this machine for two reasons. The sound quality of the phone was mediocre. Voices were sometimes hard to understand in typical conversation. This model also lacks an auto answer feature which I think is an important convenience. Also, the handset is a comfortable cradle which is rare among cordless phones ... Read more


4. Casio 9370 Corded Phone with Digital Answering Machine and Speakerphone
by Casio

Asin: B00005O76H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
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5. Casio TC920WHHS White Cordless Phone with Digital Answer Machine & Headset
by Casio
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000051SF8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 52021
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog cordless telephone with digital answering machine
  • 20-minute message memory
  • Voice time/day stamp
  • Modem monitor connection protection
  • 20 name-and-number autodial; comes with over-the-ear headset for hands-free communication

6. Casio Phonemate TI345 Phone and Answering Machine
by Casio
list price: $45.88
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Asin: B00000K0DC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 19977
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With the Casio PhoneMate TI-345 telephone and answering machine with caller ID/call waiting, you can simplify and take control of your telephone life. Identify callers with the Casio PhoneMate's programmable 75-name-and-number memory before answering the phone or returning calls. With call screening and caller ID, you decide whether to take those cold calls or to interrupt your work to answer an incoming call.

It's easy to return missed telephone calls with the all-digital PhoneMate TI-345 thanks to one-button rapid dialing of caller ID or AutoDial numbers. The voice time/day stamp announces the time and date each message was received plus how many messages you have collected. Instant access to messages and selective message erase offer greater playback control than tape-based units can. Retrieve your messages when you are away through remote operation; a voice menu provides step-by-step directions for message retrieval from both touch-tone and cellular telephones. (A synthesized voice confirms the machine functions and commands.) Listen to messages in slower or faster modes to take notes or scan past superfluous details.

The TI-345 also includes a speakerphone to allow unrestricted and hands-free movement when placing and answering calls. It stores and displays up to 75 caller ID records, including names, telephone numbers, dates, and times. Rapid scrolling through names and numbers stored in Caller ID or AutoDial memory makes changing information easy and allows dialing with the press of a button.

Note that caller ID and caller ID with call waiting are services requiring a subscription from your telephone service provider. Not available in all areas. ... Read more

Features

  • Call waiting/caller ID with 75 caller ID records
  • Answering machine with all-digital recording
  • Speakerphone
  • Data Dial for rapid dialing of caller ID or AutoDial numbers
  • Voice-assisted operation

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very impressive unit and well worth the money
With four phones and a fax machine in my home, I certainly was trying to get by with what I had. I bought this phone for my home office as my other phones were just your basic ringers.

I did a LOT of feature shopping, and this had everything I wanted...and a lot I never knew I wanted until now... A speakerphone for those wonderful calls to tech support that give you a bruised ear, a big caller id screen to avoid that special family member, a hold button that lets you go to another phone on the other end of the house without having to scream until someone finally hangs up the other line, an autodial feature for even faster pizza -- which also works with caller id as a personal phone book so I can put my rolodex in the closet, a blocking feature for those loveable telemarketers, a remote system to call in for messages, a digital answering system that sounds very clear which also eliminates tape getting eaten, several volume selections for each element of sound so your neighbor does not have to hear who you did last night when they call to leave a message the next day about how good you were with your tongue, two recorded greetings for "leave me alone i'm busy" and "i'm not here blah blah blah".... OK I'LL STOP... but heck, for 50 bucks, this is an amazing little 8" wide unit. (no, sadly, that is not the message that was left on my new machine this morning--it's the actual size of the phone)

I must add that this is extremely easy to setup and use. Do NOT get scared about all it's features! It sounds overwhelming, but the only thing you do is set the clock (oh yeah, it has a clock.. and it talks to you) and enter your friends names and numbers if you want to know who is calling (oh yeah, it also has call screening!)

You think I like this phone?

4-0 out of 5 stars great features and easy to use
the only reason i'm not giving it five stars is because the lcd display is not backlit, forcing me to turn a light on to read the caller id. other than that this phone seems to have every other feature i was looking for and the ease of use is geat.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good, I'd buy another w/o looking around
I bought two of these phones for my parents (for main phone and a home office phone). The great thing about the phone is that it has a digital VM and Caller ID in one phone. It also can be set to have the VM pick up on the first ring when a telemarketer calls (and blocks their number). The VM is annoying because, like was already mentioned, if the power goes out, your greeting is erased. Two other annoying things, you have to listen to the whole message before erasing it and the VM doesn't shut off when you pick up the handset. I'd buy another one if it meant I didn't have to look for a better one.

3-0 out of 5 stars many negative points
If I would know before ordering that: 1. The receiver has sever echo when you are talking 2.That it gives annoying soundes during dialing 3.That answering machine does not stop when you picking up parallel phone. 4.That automatic dialing is inconvenient I would not buy this phone. But I have it now and will use it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is it
Has all the Features we were looking for...and Preforms them all well.....Well worth the Money , easy to program and not a million confusing buttons that are Uneeded. ... Read more


7. Casio Phonemate CP750BK 900 MHz Cordless Phone
by Casio
list price: $39.88
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Asin: B00000J58P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 49483
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Because the Casio Phonemate CP-750 transmits on the 900 MHz band, it offers clearer sound and less interference than phones using older lower-band technologies. This phone includes call waiting/caller ID and stores and displays up to 50 numbers in its call history list, along with names and the dates and times of calls.

The CP-750 includes Modem Monitor, an especially helpful feature if you use a modem or fax machine on the same line as your phone. Modem Monitor knows the difference between voice and data calls, so it prevents you from accidentally interrupting an online session or a fax transmission when you activate the handset.

The CP-750 handset includes a three-line display that shows the phone's status (whether or not it's in use) and the length of time you've been on your call. This display also shows the name, number, date, and time of each caller in the caller ID log. With "display and dial," you can scroll through names and numbers in the caller ID log or in the autodial memory and then dial those numbers by just pressing a button. When you receive a new caller ID call, a light on the base goes on.

The CP-750's other features include autodialing for up to 20 names and numbers, a toll-call indicator, and hold with extension release. In addition, this phone has a new-call indicator (an icon indicates the number of a new incoming call), a jack for an optional headset, and a belt clip. You can mount the CP-750 on a desktop or a wall; from either position, the handset will recharge and you will be able to view the caller ID information. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Call waiting/caller ID with 50-number memory
  • Display-and-dial for caller ID numbers
  • Modem monitor to prevent disruption of online sessions
  • Hold feature with extension release

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars YOU GET or DON'T GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR.......
First thing - Amazon's prices are great and their customer relations and complete guarantee satisfaction treatment is beyond reproach. I found this same item in retail stores @ $69.95. This phone has features found on more expensive units but at an extreme quality cost. The three-line readout on the backlit LCD display is so small and so weakly displayed, so as to make it almost impossible to read. This was most annoying when checking out a caller and when trying to recall a memory location and information. The monitor alert is really an unnecessary gadget that is not found on any of the better quality cordless phones. Save your money on this one and look to a Uniden or Panasonic. You may pay a little more, but you will be well rewarded, especially on their LCD displays. ... Read more


8. Casio TC920BKHS Black Cordless Phone with Digital Answer Machine & Headset
by Casio
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000051SFB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 40929
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you use your phone line to connect to the Internet, you'll appreciate this phone's Modem Monitor Connection Protection. The TC920 can tell the difference between data and voice conversations and won't let a voice caller interrupt the data connection of a modem or fax machine.

The phone also features 900 MHz transmission and a digital message recording system, with voice prompts and time-day stamp, storing 20 minutes of messages. The phone claims to have "remote messaging," but in this case, that doesn't mean you can check messages from any phone, only that you can check messages from the cordless handset.

Many Casio phones have seven hours of talk time, but the TC9820 only has five hours of talk time with a seven-day standby. Those with sore necks will, however, appreciate the belt clip and headset included with the phone. Casio provides a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog cordless telephone with digital answering machine
  • 20-minute message memory
  • Voice time/day stamp
  • Modem monitor connection protection
  • 20 name-and-number autodial; comes with over-the-ear headset for hands-free communication

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible phone
DON'T BUY THIS PHONE! Hard to hear, fuzzy. Very short headset battery life (JUST A FEW HOURS) and the unit won't ring or record messages if the headset battery is low. So you can't carry this one around the house, take to the garage or yard for very long, that's very annoying.

The unit goes bonkers when there is a power outage (all it's light begin to flash.) If that happens, the unit won't ring and won't record messages until reset. Resetting isn't easy either. A simple turn off-turn back on to reset would have been a nice. Even changing the day/time isn't easy.

The positive is the moden intercept. If you have a single line phone and you accidently pick up phone or are receiving a fax you won't ruin your internet/fax connection. Other phones won't allow you to pick up by mistake thus ruining you internet/fax in progess. If you want to walk around while talking this is fine. It even has a jack for a earphone/microphone and that works great. Just remember to put the phone back in the charger and keep it there when not in use.

One day this one will go sailing out the window. Then I have to buy a new phone, fix a broken window, and endure a tongue lashing from the wife.

DON'T buy it either new or used.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice little phone but weak battery
I bought this phone a year ago in white. It is a small phone and ergonomically designed. Fits hand comfortably but when rested between shoulder and ear, to free up my hands, my earlobe always pressed the mute button. The answering machine works fine, and if you have call-waiting, the flash button is a handy feature.
All in all the phone is nice-looking/ergonomic/priced right, and the sound quality is good. Of course, there is a downside to all this. The battery life is HORRIBLE. 2 hours off the cradle and it's dead! I am forced into buying another phone after only a year. If you don't mind keeping this phone on the cradle whenever you aren't using it, it is a great buy. If you are like me and like to have the phone next to you wherever you are in the house, look elsewhere...

1-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed
I have been very disappointed with my Casio phone experience. The first one I bought was returned in less than 30 days due to mal-function. I was given a second one. It lasted only a few months, working only fairly well. Now, it also has mal-functioned. I have contacted Casio's help line (after MUCH difficulty), only to be told to unplug it and see what happens. I followed instructions and it remained dead as a "door nail." I finally became completely disgusted, unpluged the phone and put it aside to be placed in the garbage. Now, I must buy a new phone and I can assure you that it will not be a Casio! Buyers beware!

3-0 out of 5 stars disappointing
The phone is okay, but the sound quality is disappointing and the ringer annoying. It is comfortable to hold between one's head and shoulder. I have not used the ahswering machine.

1-0 out of 5 stars the TC-930 stinks!
When it arrived, I was disappointed in how difficult it was to see the phone LCD display (no back light, no contrast control). I change the greetings remotely, and after about one month, this feature ceased to function. After going through the proper channels, which means many long distance phone calls to California, Casio approved returning it to them for repair. I shipped it back, and in only another five weeks, it came back. Now it does not work at all. After speaking to Casio again (more long distance calls to California), they are encouraging me to continue to unplug it and re-set it all weekend, and on Monday they might approve my returning it again.

Meanwhile, I have purchased a Uniden for less money, which works flawlessly.

I will NEVER purchase another Casio product; anyone can make a lemon, but it takes a truly bad company to fail to correct their mistakes. ... Read more


9. Casio Phonemate CP-720BK 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone
by Casio
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00000J58L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 48047
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Eliminate interrupted online sessions and downloads with a phone that knows when your phone line is in use. The Casio PhoneMate CP-720's modem monitor saves you time and trouble and offers all the advantages of 900 MHz operation.

Casio PhoneMate technology recognizes and warns you when an online session, data transfer, or fax is in progress; a bright indicator light on the base and handset flashes. Built-in safeguards prevent you from interrupting the modem, even if you pick up the phone and try to make a call. You can, of course, override the safeguard to make a call. The CP-720 also indicates if the line is in use by another caller on an extension.

The CP-720 delivers the extended operating range expected of a 900 MHz phone. We tested this phone in a building with plenty of walls and electronic equipment; the signal remained strong at approximately 75 feet from the base, but quickly faded at greater distances. The sound quality was acceptable, though not as clear as some comparable 900 MHz phones. We also tested the battery and the CP-720 successfully delivered the four promised hours of talk time.

After one quick consultation with the instruction manual, programming speed-dial numbers was quick and easy. Additional features include call hold, call flash, last-number redial, handset pager, out-of-range alarm, and channel selection.

Uncommon features add to the CP-720's appeal and practicality. The handset keypad illuminates in low-light situations and you can extend the battery's standby charge for up to 20 days by turning on the power saver feature. You can take a call off hold by picking up any extension on the same phone line.

Pros:

  • Modem/phone line monitor
  • Illuminated handset keypad
  • Easy setup and programming

Cons:

  • Only 1 ringer-style option
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 4 hours of talk time or 7 days of standby charges
  • Modem monitor
  • Call hold with extension pickup
  • Headset compatible

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Here's why
This phone is excellent because it is one of only a few cordless phones out on the market that met my two pet peeves. #1) Ringer on/off switch. Can we talk? There are times when I don't want to be woken up. #2) Headset plugs into it It also has a good keypad; numbers are spaced out enough from each other and have a good feel to them. ... Read more


10. Casio Phonemate TC950A 900 MHZ Cordless with Digital Answering Machine
by Casio
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00000J1R9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
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11. Casio Phonemate TA105 Digital Answering Machine with Time and Day Stamp
by Casio
list price: $25.95
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Asin: B00000K0DD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 2761
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Why be bothered by the uncertainty of cassette tapes or the expense of voicemail services when you can get the reliability of digital recording in a compact, easy-to-use answering machine featuring call screening and remote operation? The Casio PhoneMate TA-105, with all-digital recording technology, brings simplicity and security to message management.

The TA-105 is easy to set up and operate. When you have a new message, the TA-105's bright red indicator light flashes quickly. With a touch of the big, blue Play/Pause button, the TA-105's synthesized voice announces the number of total and new messages and plays back the new ones, with the time and day stamp announced for each. Press the Play/Pause button again to listen to savedmessages, too. You can skip or erase any message during play, or you can erase all messages at once. Don't worry about accidental erasure during a power failure; the TA-105's battery back-up will save your greeting, messages, and programmed settings.

For added convenience, the TA-105 will help you screen your calls--you can listen to incoming messages through the speaker and pick up the phone or extension if you'd like to take the call.

We tested the TA-105's recording capacity, and it successfully met its rating of 18 minutes in total recording time and five minutes maximum for a single message. The sound quality is good and, unlike some comparable machines, plays at a volume loud enoughto be heard over competing home or office noise.

Remote operation is possible from nearly any touchtone or cellular phone, or even from a rotary phone if you use the optional touchtone dialer accessory available from the manufacturer. Follow the voice prompts for instructions, or just hang up, and your new messages will automatically be saved. And, with the toll-saver setting, the TA-105 allows you to avoid long distance charges by letting you know if new messages are waiting before it answers.

Setup and programming are simple; we successfully recorded a personal greeting without consulting the user manual. Additional programming, including setting the day/time stamp, is just a two- or three-step process, with guidance provided by recorded voice prompts.

Overall, we think the TA-105 provides quick and uncomplicated message management and would be a smart addition to any home or office with a small to medium call volume.

Pros:

  • Instant access to greetings and messages
  • Easy setup and operation
  • Call screening ability
Cons:
  • No message repeat function
  • Can't choose or change the remote access code
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Features

  • All-digital recording
  • Call screening
  • Voice-assisted operation
  • Time and day stamp
  • Power failure protection

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars CasioTA105
Got this machine for free from a yard sale...Works fine but I don't know how to individually erase messages because it didn't come with an operators manual so....I'll try Casios tech # that I got from here unless someone just wants to give me the big ole secret here....otherwise I have to wait for one in the mail....is there a pdf version available?

5-0 out of 5 stars Smart people read the manual !
Ok, these "user's review" have their share of dummies, but some of the reviews about this great little answering machine top them all ! Beware: don't believe eveything you read !

This Casio of mine has been working perfectly for 2 years now: electrical burn-outs are no problem: the 9 volt battery takes care of the outgoing message and all of the recorded messages.

You CAN erase each message individually, and skip to the next one, without being forced to listen to is entirety. It does everything it claims in the manual, and you would know that if you'd READ THE MANUAL !

Works great ! Buy it if you cand find one !

5-0 out of 5 stars Basic phone answering with simple controls
I bought mine because it had the fewest buttons with the most obvious functions. It's for my technophobic father-in-law who won't touch a PC and can't operate most of the functions of his TV's remote control. This is the best user interface I have seen for such people. They really put some thought into it. They didn't just put up a group of identical, symetrically-arranged buttons whose labels you have to read to know which to press. I bought mine at Goodwill, so it came without a user's manual. But it was obvious enough how to use it, and the stickers on the back provided enough additional information to ease setting up the outgoing message and correct day and time.

I thank Casio for their attention to the user interface. More companies should do likewise.

The single problem I have had is that the VOX threshhold is a bit too high. Some calls get cut off after 10 seconds (all mine from my work phone) while most of them can go on - presumably up to the documented 5 minute limit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Answering Machine
Simple, basic, easy to set up and use, reliable. A very good value for the price.

3-0 out of 5 stars It's OK
Nothing special. Erasing message is a pain and everytime the power goes out or a power surge, I have to redo my message. Bottom line- It's inexpensive and it works. ... Read more


12. Casio Phonemate TC920BK 900 MHz Phone and Answering Machine
by Casio
list price: $65.14
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000J58N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 41598
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The TC-920B combines a phone--with clear 900 MHz transmission--and an answering machine so that you don't waste valuable space with two separate pieces of equipment. Casio locates selected function keys in the handset cradle, an unexpected space-saving advantage for your busy home or office. This unit even monitors your phone line to prevent accidental interruptions of modem or fax transmissions.

The TC-920B's advanced message management lets you play, save, skip, erase, repeat, or file messages with simple commands from the base or handset. You can listen to all messages or only new messages and you can hear them through the speakerphone or, for added privacy, the handset. You can save important messages in a special file for as long as you like.

An array of features adds to the TC-920B's utility. The modem-monitor light warns if your line is busy with fax transmissions or online activity and prevents unwanted interruptions. You can also record and store two greetings and choose which one you want callers to hear. The memory holds up to 10 numbers for speed dialing; you can place callers on hold, take call-waiting calls, or pick up calls on any extension. The TC-920B also offers complete remote operation, with voice menu prompts, from outside the home of office.

We tested the TC-920B's cordless operation in an area obstructed with walls and electronic equipment. The sound quality and signal clarity were fine up to a distance of about 50 feet; at that point, the signal quickly faded, even after switching channels. Though the manufacturer doesn't rate the TC-920B's talk time, it tested at three hours after four days of standby. It's possible that this phone may offer additional capacity for talk time.

Setup and programming of the answering machine, guided by voice prompts, was quick and easy. The answering machine's sound quality is good, though it's not as clear as some stand-alone digital machines. We recorded a combination of messages and greetings; the memory successfully stored 20 minutes of recorded material. The manufacturer doesn't list a maximum message length, but we were able to record a three-minute test message.

Overall, we think the TC-920B is versatile for home or business use, but the limited range may not suit users with more demanding expectations of a 900 MHz cordless phone.

Pros:

  • Space-saving design
  • Complete message management with handset commands
  • Built-in speakerphone for call screening

Cons:

  • Shorter operating range than some 900 MHz cordless phones
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Speakerphone
  • Digital answering machine with advanced message management
  • Voice-assisted operation
  • Modem monitor

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice Phone
Contrary to other reviewers, I have had very good experience with this phone. First of all, I think it is a very nice looking phone and is not too big (most phones with answering machine combo are big and ugly). The phone is very clear, and the digital answer machine works very well and never cuts off any message.

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone stinks
We have had this phone for under a year and has stopped the phone lines in the house. We had to have a [company] come to our house only to find out that our phone was faulty. After many phone calls to Casio we finally had a new phone shipped to our house to replace the faulty one. Within 6 months the phone went completely dead. We took it to a repair man and he said it was cheeper to buy a new phone because the phone would only die again. So in conclusion this phone is the worst purchase ever

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst phone I've ever had...
Do yourself a favor and stay away from this phone. I agree with all of the other reviewers here in that the sound quality is terrible (even a few feet away I was having conversations garbled and cut off), the design is poor, and worst of all the answering machine cuts off and loses messages. Almost all messages that are recorded are cut off half way and the machine also fails to record messages at all. I had the same experience as another reviewer in that I heard a message being recorded over the speaker, but when I went to play it back, the machine didn't record it. I got this phone as a gift but I will be going out to buy another one as soon as possible.

1-0 out of 5 stars Spend $20 more and get something decent
Where do I start in my criticism of this product? Well, I've had messages that were totally garbled by "digital static." The capacity on the answering machine is also quite limited. The phone part works sporadically if at all, and I got this as a Christmas gift--so, in less than a year, the thing is now little more than a paperweight with LED lights. I only use the answering machine part now and have to use a traditional corded phone until I get another cordless because of the lack of quality workmanship in this hunk o' junk. Please, don't suffer my same frustration because this is financially a good deal. Spend just a little more--it'll be worth it.

1-0 out of 5 stars SAME PROBLEM MACHINE LOSES MESSAGES
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AS THE PREVIOUS REVIEWER WITH THIS PHONE. MANY MESSAGES LEFT WERE SIMPLY NOT CAPTURED BY THE MACHINE. ... Read more


13. Casio Phonemate CP2575 2.4 GHz Pearl White Cordless Phone with Call Waiting & Caller ID
by Casio
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00004YMB3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 43785
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With features such as caller ID, a data port for a PC connection, and 20-name/number autodial, the Casio CP-2575 2.4 GHz cordless phone will handle all your telephone needs at home or in the office.

The Display & Dial caller ID enables you to return calls with the press of a button, and it stores 30 names and numbers. The compact handset has a three-line caller ID display. It can easily be found in any room with the page locator.

The Casio CP-2575 has a time-day stamp that records the time and date each call was received. It also allows for an optional headset to be connected for hands-free operation. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital transmission
  • 30-name-and-number caller ID
  • 3-line display on handset
  • Date and time stamp records when calls are received
  • Headset jack enables hands-free calling

14. Casio PhoneMate TA180 2-Line Answering Machine with Speakerphone
by Casio
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000K0HO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 25482
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

There's no need for separate answering machines or voice mail services just because you have two-line phone service. The TA-180 from Casio PhoneMate answers two lines simultaneously, stores important message in a special file, and functions as a two-line speakerphone. This unit also provides call screening, call hold (including extension pickup), and call-waiting/flash functions. Complete remote operation is possible from nearly any phone, and voice prompts and one-key commands speed up the process.

Setting up the TA-180 was quick and easy; we were able to set the day/time and record greetings and personal memos with little or no help from the user's manual. Multiple greeting modes let you record separate greetings for each of your two lines. Once you record your greetings, you can arrange to have either greeting answer either phone line. Frequent callers can skip greetings by pressing their touch-tone # symbol.

Indicator lights and bold numbers in the large display window indicate newly recorded messages. You can listen to messages for each line separately or combine the playback to include both lines. You can also program the TA-180 so that you listen to only new messages or to both new and saved messages. Voice prompts tally your message totals, reminding you which line you're using, and guide you through playback. The sound quality is good and the synthesized voice is quite lifelike.

Casio PhoneMate's advanced messaging lets you skip forward or back and repeat, erase, or save messages with the touch of one button. If you are interrupted, you can pause playback for up to five minutes. By touching the up/down arrow buttons on the console, you can set the variable speed playback function to play any message 50 percent faster or slower than the normal playback speed. Once you've listened to a message, you can easily transfer it to the message file for long-term storage.

We tested the TA-180's recording capacity by recording and storing a combination of greetings, messages, and memos that totaled approximately 28 minutes, which is the capacity that the manufacturer claims the TA-180 can handle.

The TA-180 provides lifetime back-up memory without a battery. In the event of a power outage, the unit automatically saves your recorded greetings and messages. Overall, we think the TA-180 is a sensible answering solution for a two-line home or business.

Pros:

  • Manages messages and greetings for two phone lines simultaneously
  • Functions as a speakerphone for two lines
  • Constantly displays date and time
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Features

  • Advanced, all-digital recording technology
  • 2-line operation and 2-line speakerphone
  • 28 minutes of recording time
  • Message file
  • 3 greeting modes

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Five minutes, and it was installed!
I just had to have a 2 line answering machine, and despite the one negative review, the Casio seemed like the best bet. It arrived, and it was up and running in 5 minutes. It offered more than I expected, and the sound quality is very good.

One person said it was hard to setup and program. It's easier than a VCR, it's easier than a home computer, it's easier than most microwaves. My phone setup is kinda ugly.... the manual covered the different installation options clearly - including my unusual phone setup, and following the instructions was a snap.

All in all, I think the guy who said it was awful either didn't read the manual, or got a lemon.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very pleased
I am very pleased with the Casio TA-180 2-line answering machine. The quality of the outgoing announcements and the recorded messages are very good. Set up is very simple. Playback operation is one button, what a breeze. Saving, skipping, and replaying messages is intuitive using the buttons and button labels provided. I read the directions once and never looked at them again. And the price is what I expected to pay. Another positive is that the machine does not include a bunch of ancillary features, it's a straightforward, two line answering machine. I am very pleased with the Casio TA-180 answering machine.

What would I improve? The built-in "computer" voice that guides you through the setup and announces the number of messages is stilted and not natural sounding. All in all, no big deal.

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor fidelity and poor programming
I bought this item because I wanted a 2-line digital answering machine. I was very disappointed in the audio fidelity, but even more so in the programming. For example, both by phone, and on the face of the unit, it is not easy to erase calls. Comparing the programming to other units I've used, or your local Bell answering service, the speed of use is lacking. I don't have a suggested alternative, but I am not ready to see this is a good product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Even the boss figured it out.
Needed a new two line answering machine for the office that was easy to use because my boss has trouble finding his way out of the driveway. Anyway, this machine was easy to set up. Display is large so you don't have to put your glasses on to see how many messages you have. Voice quality of incoming messages is excellent. Deleting old calls was very fast. Great value for the price. ... Read more


15. Casio Phonemate CP930 Cordless 900MHz phone
by Casio
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00000K0FZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
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The TC-930B combines a 900 MHz cordless phone with an all-digital answering machine and caller ID call waiting. It even monitors your line to prevent accidentally interrupting a modem or fax transmission. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Digital answering machine
  • Caller ID call waiting
  • Remote operation with voice menus
  • Modem monitor connection protection

16. Casio PhoneMate MA240 900 MHz Digital Expandable Cordless 2-Line Phone
by Casio
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B00002Z75W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 37685
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Designed for a home or small office environment, the Casio Phonemate MA- 240 cordless digital phone handles up to two lines and 12 handsets, so it canexpand as your business grows. The phone also transfers calls from one handsetto another and supports conference calling.

The MA-240 offers some finefeatures that more than offset a couple of nagging limitations. The MA-240 isabout the size and weight of a cell phone, so it's one of the more compactcordless units we've tested. The small size results in some sacrifices: many ofthe buttons, especially those that control caller ID and hold, are too small tooperate without looking at them, so you can't operate the phone solely by touch.Other phones in this class are generally bigger but are much easier to control.The MA-240's caller ID memory holds 30 numbers, but the compact two-line LCDscreen can't display the caller's name and the phone number simultaneously.Also, the MA-240 supports only two phone lines, while comparably priced unitsusually handle four lines.

On the positive side, the MA-240 is remarkably easyto set up. To add additional handsets, simply plug them into an AC outlet andthey're immediately available as an extension. Also, the signal strength of thehandsets is very strong, resulting in a long range of clear transmission. In ourtests, we were able to take the handset outside for over 100 hundred feet--withno line of sight to the base station--and hold a conversation with relativelyclear reception and minimal distortion. The MA-240 also has important featuresfor small business use, including three-way conferencing, call transfer, andintercom calls between handsets.

Despite a few shortcomings, most home andsmall-office workers will find the Casio Phonemate a fine choice. --JohnFrederick Moore

Pros:

  • Easy setup
  • Long range
  • Clear sound

Cons:

  • Small buttons
  • Small LCD screen
  • Supports only two lines
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Features

  • 900 MHz digital signal
  • Expandable to 12 handsets, 1 included
  • Supports 2 telephone lines
  • Caller ID with 30-call history
  • Conference calling, call transfer from one handset to another

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars I WOULD SUGGEST YOU SAVE THE CASH, AND AVOID A LOT OF GRIEF
Less than a year ago we purchased a pair of the Casio MA240's, also at a deep discount price that could not be published. These phones are just plain Junk! Costly yes, but still Junk. So "Put the credit card down and step away from the computer" Problems are many and they start early in the phones life. Problems such as > Volume gets lower and lower as time goes by. The number pad buttons either stick, or dont make any tones at all. Batteries lose all memory in a short period of time, and on top of that , it can be a little complicated to figure out many of the extra features. The best advice I can give you at this time is good luck finding a phone that will last more than a year as we have bought phones that range in price from 19.99 to 300.00 ( for pair) and they all seem to decay and stop functioning within a years time. We purchased our phones new, not reconditioned, and we surely never expected them to go bad, this quick.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy phone to hook up anywhere in your house.
This Product when using the MH-200 will give you multiple phones with no extra wiring needed. This is the best thing for you who dont want to rewire your home.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy, Even if Discounted
Now I know why the product was on sale, cheaper than the cost of a handset for the system. Range seemed OK although never really tested the full range of the unit. Speaker volume was decreased as previously noted. Battery life can be incredibly short. Truly annoying problem was that our other cordless phones seemed to malfunction periodically (never a problem previously), it would somehow misdial numbers constantly and we would have to revert to the other phones to complete the calls. Bought several of the systems and they are all going back. Should have checked out the reviews previously.

1-0 out of 5 stars Quality is not good
Agreeing with other reviewers, I have found the quality to be really bad on this phone. People I call are constantly asking me to speak up - it sounds like I am calling people from Mars. The buttons are too small and many times they do not "beep" correctly - an annoyance especially when I am calling into phone trees (you know the ones, press 1 then press 2). I am so sorry I bought this phone. What a waste of money!

1-0 out of 5 stars WARNING!! Do not buy this phone!
This product is worthless. Don't expect more than six months worht of use, because that's all you'll get. Furthermore, Casio will not assist you in replacing or repairing it. I made the mistakes, but never again. Consider yourself warned. ... Read more


17. Casio TC930BKHS Black Cordless Phone with Digital Answer Machine & Headset
by Casio
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B000051SFC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 52429
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get 900 MHz power and the convenience of a digital answering machinewith the Casio TC-930 cordless phone. This combination phone and answeringmachine delivers all-digital recording plus 900 MHz transmission for greaterrange, clearer calls, and overall top performance.

The TC-930 records up to 20 minutes of messages and provides call waiting andcaller ID features (service purchased separately from your local phone company).View the name and number of the caller on the phone's LCD to screen calls.Organize your messages with the message file storage function, or deleteselected messages.

This phone's modem monitor protects modem or fax connections by distinguishingbetween data and standard voice communication to allow for normal telephoneoperation. Other features include handset message playback, remote operationwith voice menu, and a voice time/day stamp. This phone is wall mountable. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz transmission
  • All-digital recording up to 20 minutes
  • Call-waiting, caller-ID compatible
  • Message file storage, selective save/erase
  • Modem monitor protection

18. Casio CP2070 2.4 GHz White Cordless Phone with Call waiting and Caller ID
by Casio
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000056V5E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 69571
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Casio's CP-2070 brings together 2.4 GHz power with features like callerID and call waiting. The caller ID memory holds up to 50 names and numbers,while caller information is displayed on the three-line LCD screen. More than 20numbers are available for one-touch dialing, and the handset display has a new-callicon and displays the number of new caller ID records.

Other phone features include hold with extension release, a call timer, andreversible handset charging so you can view caller ID information if the unit ischarging. This phone can be mounted on the wall and comes with a one-yearwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz cordless phone with caller ID/call waiting
  • Caller ID with 50-number memory
  • 3-line LCD display shows caller name, number, date, time
  • 20-name-and-number speed dial
  • Hold with extension release; call timer

19. Casio CP1280 900MHz Black Cordless Phone with Call Waiting, CID and Speakerphone
by Casio
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000056VHQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 66507
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Get 900 MHz clarity plus caller ID, call waiting, and a speakerphone with the Casio CP-1280 cordless phone. The phone's caller-ID memory holds up to 50 names and numbers, while caller information is displayed on the three-line LCD display. More than 20 numbers are available for one-touch dialing and there are three dedicated one-touch auto-dial buttons for frequently called numbers.

Other phone features include dual keypads, two-way page-intercom, and three-way conference calling. Functions include last-number redial, flash, mute, hold, handset volume, and ringer control. The phone can be mounted on the wall and comes with a one-year warranty.

Note that caller ID and call waiting require subscription services offered by local telephone companies. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz cordless phone with speakerphone, intercom
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 50-number memory
  • 3 dedicated 1-touch auto-dial buttons
  • Dual keypads on both handset and base
  • 20-number speed dial

20. Casio TA160 Corded Phone with Digital Answering Machine
by Casio

Asin: B00005O7JU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
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