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    1. Plantronics CS50/HL10 BUNDLE (
    $75.75 list($99.99)
    2. Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset
    $75.99 $64.99 list($99.99)
    3. Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth
    Too low to display $53.95 list($79.99)
    4. Panasonic KX-TGA520M Accessory
    Too low to display $46.99 list($79.99)
    5. Panasonic KX-TGA270S 2.4GHz Extension
    Too low to display $59.95 list($79.99)
    6. Panasonic KX-TGA650B 5.8GHZ Expandable
    $144.94 list($299.95)
    7. Plantronics CS50 - Repacked
    $79.99 $69.20
    8. Panasonic KX-TGA550M Accessory
    $47.49 $42.30 list($99.99)
    9. Phonex PX-441 Wireless Jack System
    $18.99 $17.43 list($44.95)
    10. Plantronics MX150 Flexible Boom
    $78.99 $72.00 list()
    11. Panasonic KX-TGA523M 5.8GHz Accessory
    $50.29 $46.00 list($99.95)
    12. Plantronics HL10 Automatic Handset
    $18.04 list($29.99)
    13. Jabra EarWave Boom with Universal
    $28.49 $28.48 list($44.99)
    14. Sony 15-Minute Battery Charger
    15. RCA RC926 Wireless Phone Jack
    $277.39 $245.00 list($444.00)
    16. GN Netcom 9120 Wireless Headset
    $69.90 list($99.99)
    17. Plantronics DSP-100 Digitally-Enhanced
    $46.99 list($129.95)
    18. Command Communications Comswitch
    $109.24 list($199.99)
    19. Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset
    Too low to display $459.99 list($599.99)
    20. Vialta BM-FX Dual Beamer Phone

    1. Plantronics CS50/HL10 BUNDLE ( 66664-01 )
    by Plantronics Inc.
    list price: $379.90
    our price: $265.99
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    Asin: B0002DODXA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
    Sales Rank: 1637
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    Product Description

    The Plantronics CS50 Wireless Office Headset System brings the ultimate in mobility and handsfree conversations to your phone. The CS50 gives you eight hours of talk time and the wireless convenience to roam up to 300 feet with secure conversations. And remotely taking or ending a call is as simple as pressing a button with the Plantronics HL10 Lifter.The HL10 handset lifter fits on your telephone, letting you answer calls with the touch of a button, conveniently and automatically takes your handset off hook. ... Read more


    • Telephone headset with lifter
    • Eight hours of hands-free talk time
    • 300 foot roaming distance
    • Secure channel
    • No desktop footprint

    2. Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset
    by Plantronics Inc.
    list price: $99.99
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    Asin: B0000CEPCR
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
    Sales Rank: 302
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    Keep yourself connected while keeping your hands free, with the Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset. Ideal for your mobile phone, smartphone, automobile phone, or your PC, this wireless headset allows you to roam up to 30 feet from any Bluetooth device. A single NiMH battery provides up to eight hours of talk time or 200 hours of standby, and the noise-canceling microphone makes sure that you're always heard clearly.

    The Plantronics M3000 boasts a well-though-out design and weighs just over one ounce. Easy-to-use controls are located on the headset itself, permitting quick access to volume, mute, power, and call answer/end. An online indicator light lets others know when you're busy with a call. The Plantronics M3000 comes with two snap-on, reversible earloops with both small and large sizes for a perfect fit. It is backed by a one-year warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Plantronics headset, two reversible earloops (large and small), AC charger, rechargeable battery, user guide, warranty information ... Read more


    • Bluetooth wireless freedom
    • Up to 8 hours of talk time, 200 hours standby
    • Easy to use controls for volume, mute and call answer/end
    • Noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise
    • Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free profile

    Reviews (15)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Broken ear clips
    I have had this product for just under a month and now the second earclip is cracked and about to break. The little ring that connects to the main unit is thin plastic and snaps easily under light to moderate use. Now I guess I have to find more of them somewhere or stop using the device.

    2-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't work with a PC
    If you want to use this device with your PC, buy another device. It doesn't work. I have called Plantronics support service and they say that it doesn't work.

    It works fine with my mobile phone. But is useless for PC.

    The problem is that Plantronics says that it works with PCs... What a shame. I feel I have been cheated

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent noise cancelling
    This is the 3rd bluetooth headset I am trying (Jabra & Motorola) being the other two. Even though this is a bit bulky, I feel comfortable wearing it around my right ear. The noise cancelling is the best part of this headset. While driving on both highways & city roads, I have not had anyone complain about the background noise. I do have to attend a bunch of conference calls while I drive and this has been the best headset so far in term of clarity and noise cancelling quality. I have it paired to my Blackberry 7100t phone.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound, Good Fit, Great Price
    I had my doubts about this headset when I read the other reviews, but I jumped in and bought it anyway because of the price, and July is around the corner and Chicago's cell phone law goes into effect. I only use it in the car and the sound I get is very good. The battery lasts long but cut the numbers that Plantronics gives you by 25%

    I did take a walk away from my phone and the signal did get a little choppy after about 20 feet, but like I said I only use this in the car. It paired with my Motorola V551 instantly with no problems. The ear loop was a little uncomfortable, but after I bent it away from the headset right where the rubber part starts, it fit perfectly after that.

    The thing is a little big and if you move your head side to side quickly it flaps on your face but it does sit securely on your ear. You can bend to pick something up or reach up high and it will sit on your ear.

    Overall I'm happy with it, and for the price you can't go wrong.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Definitely not for PC
    From the Product Description, it mentioned it can also be used on PC with bluetooth. Well, it's not true. I tried to set it up but cannot get through. They should have included the Widcomm software to be able to communicate with my notebook. ... Read more

    3. Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
    by Jabra
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $75.99
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    Asin: B000246XQE
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Jabra
    Sales Rank: 64
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    Designed specifically for convenience and comfort, the FreeSpeak BT250 lets you talk hands-free and wirelessly on your cell phone via Bluetooth technology. (It also works with some non-bluetooth devices.) The lightweight, contoured device fits securely on your head, works with either ear, looks great, and it's simple to set up.

    Weighing less and an ounce, the FreeSpeak BT250 is constructed from a soft, sound-absorbing elastomer material that reduces distortions, resulting in crisp sound quality. The earpiece also features the new Jabra MiniGel, a soft, ergonomic gel tip that channels sound directly into your ear for better reception, improving your ability to hear conversations clearly even in noisy environments.

    The device works up to 30 feet away from your mobile phone, so you can talk and walk freely even if your phone is inside your briefcase, pocket, or across the room from you. It also provides you easy, intuitive volume controls, and features LED and audible status indicators, and you'll get an average of up to 8 hours talk time and 240 hours standby on the BT250's batteries.

    What's in the Box
    FreeSpeak 250, charging cradle/headset holder, snap-on belt clip ... Read more


    • Wireless, cord free, lightweight Bluetooth headset offers best design and performance
    • Works up to 33 feet away from phone, 8 hour talk time, 240-hour/10-day standby time
    • Comfortable secure fit, superior audio quality, weighs less than 1 ounce
    • Multi-function button - Supports voice-activated dialing and answer/end commands in most phones
    • Works in either ear, two size MiniGels (standard and small) included for superior sound clarity

    Reviews (58)

    3-0 out of 5 stars NOT COMFORTABLE
    In general I am okay with this headset, I am using it with a TREO 650 which lends itself to other issues, the headset is not advanced enough to work automatically with the treo.My main complaint is it is not adjustable to my ear.I actually have to use the big ear gel to get it to stay on because the part that goes over your hear is about 1 cm too high over my ear, so the big ear gel holds it up....It fits my husband perfectly, so maybe it is that I have smaller ears, it just seems to me that there should be a better way to make it fit.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Generally happy
    I have been using this device for two months, and have been generally happy with it - the audio fidelity is good, the unit is comfortable, the battery life is long and, although I haven't tested the maximum range, I usually use it at 10 to 12 feet from the phone (Nokia 6820).My house is in a marginal reception area for Cingular, and using the headset allows me to put the phone in a "sweet spot" with an unusual orientation, giving me three or four bars instead of one.

    The "belt clip" is a joke.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A good Bluetooth handsfree kit, but with a few problems
    The FreeSpeak is no doubt a reasonably good performer. The sound on it is reasonably clear and the microphone does a good job too. My only complaint on it is that once I paired mine and turn the kit on, my PDA (a Sony Clie PEG-UX50) would no longer be able to connect to the phone (a SonyEricsson T610) via bluetooth unless the kit is switched back off. Could be a flaw with either the phone's design and/or the Bluetooth specification (I never really did test it with a different phone to verify the problem), but since I am able to receive calls while my PDA is connected to the internet (I have GPRS enabled on my line), it would be nice to be able to answer a call without either talking on my phone or taking the PDA offline. Still, a good starter kit if you don't have any other Bluetooth device paired with your phone.

    Update: Well, I've managed to get a Motorola V600 and tried the same headset on it, and the same problem persists- you can't connect other Bluetooth devices to the phone while the headset is connected. I am now also fairly certain that the problem is with Bluetooth's specifications as I was unable to exchange pictures between the phones while the PDA was accessing one of the phones. So, okay. No fault of the phones, PDA or the headset. Just the way Bluetooth works in general.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Poor belt clip design
    I don't have much to say about the 250 other than to point out the really poor design of the belt clip/charger. The 250 is supposed to click into this holder (which connects to the power adaptor for charging). This holder is designed to clip onto your belt so that you can carry the 250 when is is not in use. Okay, I agree that you will look extremely nerdy if you have your phone AND your earpiece hanging from your belt but sometimes you need to put the things away and the Freespeak 250 is really too fragile to carry in your pocket. The only problem with this is that the 250 will easily fall out of the holder and if you use it you WILL lose it. It is only a matter of time. My 250 lasted about 45 seconds and when I went to get it from the belt clip it was GONE. Not the holder but the 250 itself. Some lucky stiff at the Houston airport picked it up and walked away.

    I also thought that the 250 was not well made. When I would push the on/off or volume buttons I could feel the housing "give" a little, as if the buttons were about to collapse into the housing. A little too flimsy and not indication of a long life expectancy for the earpiece.

    I suggest that you consider another alternative - at $90 the 250 is simply overpriced.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not Ready for Prime Time
    I have used this headset with my Treo 650 and have been very disapointed with it's performance. It may be a function of the Treo's Bluetooth capabilities so keep that in mind and do not waste your money on this headset if you are using a Treo.

    It has very poor range; arm's length at best. Outdoors it is useless. It has times when it will refuse to pick up a call. The voice quality is also poor with hissing and crackling. The only place it seems to be remotely useful is in the car where it is within arm's reach and the hissing is only moderate. This is pretty expensive to only be able to use part of the time. Talk time is also much shorter than advertised.

    My $.02, save your money for something else.

    Update: Recently purchased the new Treo 650 headset by PalmOne. That is the new Bluetooth 1.2 version, not the clone of this Jabra. Much, much better. Now I have a headset that I can use all the time. I have completely replaced all my wired headsets. ... Read more

    4. Panasonic KX-TGA520M Accessory Handset for KX-TG5200M Series Expandable Phones
    by Panasonic
    list price: $79.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001Y4KR4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 536
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    5.8 GHz FHSS (frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum) * 4-line backlit LCD shows Call Waiting Caller ID info (where available; subscription required) * illuminated keypad * silver finish * 50-entry personal directory * 50 Caller ID memories * NiMH rechargeable battery * base/charger * warranty: 1 year ... Read more


    • Light-up antenna indicates new calls and messages
    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • For use with Panasonic KX-TG5200M-series expandable phone systems
    • Supports caller ID/call waiting and talking caller ID
    • Speakerphone; headset jack and belt clip

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic does it again( KX-TG5202M )
    Last phone was a Panasonic it endured 11-12 years of daily use.Purchased the KX-TG5200M,for it's features,2 phone set,speaker phone,ect.So far so good.I don't for-see any problems.
    The volume control is outstanding,clarity is good.Topping it off they are not that bad to look at either.User friendly.Outstanding product.I don't expect nothing less from a Panasonic.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Annoying Caller ID Problem and Disappointing Quality
    We bought the KX-TG5210M and the optional extra handset (KX-TGA520M) in Dec. 2004.The display on the option handset quit working in Jan. 2005.Like the other reviewer said, a phone that doesn't work is worthless.In addition, after answering a call on one of the handsets, the other handset (the one I didn't answer) shows a missed call even though I just answered it.This is annoying because you can't keep track of calls you missed because some of the calls shown as missed were actually answered.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone
    This is a great phone that has great features.Don't listen to the negative hype.There is usually a great rebate offer too.I got 20 bucks and I think they are up to 30 now.

    This handheld phone has seven different ringers (on the base unit KX-TG5240M), and can control all the base unit functions.It can also be used to monitor a room (like a baby monitor), check the voice mail, phone to phone conference, multiple (up to 5) conference, and many many more features.If you have multiple handsets, you can use it as a pager for each OR all handsets at a time.

    I experience excellent clarity several hundred feet away from the house, and that is through three concrete walls.This model comes equipped with NiMH batteries, which beat the heck out of NiCd in both capacity and long (battery memory free) life, which is a huge bonus, considering how much replacement batteries cost nowadays.

    My wife loves the talking caller ID so that see doesn't have to cross the room or even clean her hands while cooking to answer some annoying telemarketer.

    Good quality, good clarity, and the longest lasting best batteries!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Needs improvement
    For about a month, I've been using this system with a total of 3 handsets for VoIP. Sounds great, I like the feel and some of the features like speaker phone and talking caller ID. Here's what I'd add/change:

    When one handset answers the phone, the other handsets should not display a missed call.

    One handset should be able to erase all the other handsets missed call log.

    The handsets should display the time and date.

    The handsets should be able to supercede the caller ID. Meaning: when the phonebook is programmed with a friends work number and the handset receives the call from the friend, the company's name displays instead of the friend's name in the phone book.

    Single button dialing to the carriers voice mail system. Doesn't make much sense to press the VM button and then the talk button or vice-versa.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Steer clear...
    I bought the base station (KX-TG5200M) and a second handset (KX-TGA520M) and both failed within 2 months. (Comapred to my last Panasonic 900MHz phone that lasted 8+ years and counting...)
    The features on this phone are great and worth 5 stars (programmable phone book, room-to-room monitor, multiple voicemail inboxes) but a great phone that doesn't work is worthless. ... Read more

    5. Panasonic KX-TGA270S 2.4GHz Extension Cordless Phone (Handset Only)
    by Panasonic
    list price: $79.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000068CNI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 479
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    For select Panasonic telephones * 4-line backlit LCD shows Call Waiting Caller ID info * illuminated keypad * NiCad rechargeable battery ... Read more


    • Wall mountable
    • For KX-TG2700S, KX-TG2730S, KX-TG2720S, and KX-TG2740S models
    • 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum (FHSS) technology
    • Caller ID with call waiting, 50-station memory
    • 2-way intercom and paging

    Reviews (58)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Excellent features, two terrible flaws
    I have been using this phone for over a year and still like features like ability to send directory from the base to a handset. The problem is that this phone has 2 fundamental flaws. One is battery life, even with Energizer NiMh replacement battery (much better than the original NiCd battery), that is pathetic 1.5 hours of talk time. Do not even consider having a conference call with his phone (even without wireless booster activated).

    The second problem is that display fades in and out. I noticed that when the phone is totally charged it is mostly out. This makes dialing "blind" and stored directly totally useless.

    I do not think I will be buying any Panasonic phones in the feature even they have all the features I want.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this phone
    Wish I'd read the reviews before buying this phone. Like the other reviewer said, just take your money and flush it down the toilet, at least it'll save you the aggravation. We spent more than $300 for this system and several phones for our home. The batteries had to be replaced at a hefty sum eight months later.Three months later, and now three of them say, "no signal with base," which may be another battery problem. We're done throwing good money after bad. This phone doesn't even deserve one star.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Would be Perfect if Batteries Lasted Longer
    I have had this system with 7 extensions for roughly three years. Unfortunately, the batteries must be replaced every 14 months or so. However, the system excels in every other regard. Reception is static free and crystal clear - better than some corded phones I have had. And while I have not researched the market lately, at the time I bought this system, it was the only 2.4Ghz or better system on the market that could accomodate 2 phone lines on a multiphone cordless system. Fearing that if the base station ever broke, I would have flushed about $700 down the toilet, I actually bought a second base station which still sits in its box in my closet, since the original base station has performed without a hitch. The ability to transmit stored phone numbers or entire phone lists from one handset to the others is a nice feature. This system also allows for conference calling, separate voicemail boxes, and many features that I have never even bothered to learn to use.To me, the many pluses make it worth the investment in replacement batteries, which can always be found relatively chep on the web.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Too bad there is not a lemon for list for phones
    We have 8 of these phones and are extremely carefull about the dreaded memory effect and they still are awful!!!The displays fade in and out at will....whether they are fully charged or not.We have one phone that will last all of one dialing fully charged.We bought new batteries for these and started all over, not charging until the phone was completely dead.Same results as before.HEY Panasonic...these are the most terrible phones we have ever had.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't hold a charge and is breaks fast
    This is a very poor product from Panasonic.I have always purchased Panasonic cordless phones and had great luck. This unit met all my specifications.I was so excited when I ordered it.

    You cannot leave it off the charging station more than a couple hours or the batteries need to charge over night.

    Within 6 months 2 units were returned for repair.6 months later they were bad again but the warranty was up.

    For the price I paid I should be writing a glowing review, instead I'm telling you to stay away from this product.It's no good and I'll never trust Panasonic again. ... Read more

    6. Panasonic KX-TGA650B 5.8GHZ Expandable 2-Line Handset for use with KX-TG6500B/6502B (Black)
    by Panasonic
    list price: $79.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002VMDJI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 1343
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum operation * "Hold" and "Mute" on handset * Chain Dial (link groups of numbers together, such as calling card numbers, PINs, and other access codes) * NiMH rechargeable battery (up to 5 hours of talk time per charge) * black finish * ... Read more


    • Built-in speakerphone, headset compatible
    • Includes charging cradle; 1-year warranty
    • Works with your existing Panasonic KX-TG6500B-series expandable phone system
    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • Supports 2 lines; caller ID with call waiting, 50-call memory

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy way to expand super phone system
    When my existing cordless phone bit the dust, I didn't rush to purchase a replacement and took my time researching all available options. When it came right down to it, Panasonic's KX-TG6502B fit the bill. If there's a feature this 5.8 GHzsystem doesn't have, please tell me. I guess that's why Consumer Reports gave it such a high rating.

    If you already own this system, I don't need to tell you how wonderful it is. Granted, it's not like you have any other options if you want to expand it other than the KX-TGA650B. But rest assured ... it's an easy two-button process to add a third and fourth handset. Not quite plug-and-play, but pretty darn close.

    One of the best features of this system is that everything is accessible through each individual handset, especially the digital answering system. No longer do I need to walk across the house to play back my messages. And I don't have to worry about missing any -- even with the ringer turned off -- because of the small blinking light at the top of the antennae. Oh, and the blinking light also alerts me to an incoming call. Kind of like a "silent" mode.

    You can expand this system up to four lightweight handsets in all and you don't even need a phone jack to place one anywhere in the house -- just a power outlet for the small, inobstrusive base.

    But the longer I've owned this system -- three months and counting -- the more I appreciate it for it's great design and problem-free operation. That's why I just re-invested in a third handset for my oldest daughter and am considering a fourth for her sister. ... Read more

    7. Plantronics CS50 - Repacked
    by Plantronics
    list price: $299.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006VY0RM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Plantronics
    Sales Rank: 5620
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    Product Description

    The CS50 headset communicates directly with the base station, so the CS50 is totally wireless. The range of up to 300 feet is best-in-class. Simply the best and the coolest wireless headset around! The repack model has been tested to be perfect and repackaged. It may have been short-term display models, or have been unpacked and returned by direct marketing buyers. This headset is in perfect new condition and carries the full and usual warranty. ... Read more


    • 300ft. range from base station.
    • Answer and end calls remotely with the optional HL10 automated handset lifter.
    • 64-bit digital encrypted radio signal ensures that nobody can listen in to your calls.
    • Noise-canceling microphone filters out unwanted background noises.
    • Up to eight hours of talk time without recharging.

    8. Panasonic KX-TGA550M Accessory Handset for KX-TG5500 Series Cordless Phones
    by Panasonic
    list price: $79.99
    our price: $79.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007U8Y9W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 8157
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    Product Description

    5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum operation * "Hold" and "Mute" on handset * Chain Dial (link groups of numbers together, such as calling card numbers, PINs, and other access codes) * NiMH rechargeable battery (up to 5 hours of talk time per charge) * black finish * ... Read more


    • Speakerphone; lighted keypad; adjustable volume controls
    • Requires Panasonic KX-TG5500-series expandable cordless base system for operation
    • 5.8 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum signal
    • Supports call waiting/caller ID; 50-station phone book
    • Headset jack and belt clip; long lasting NiMH battery

    9. Phonex PX-441 Wireless Jack System for Modems
    by Phonex
    list price: $99.99
    our price: $47.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006J05Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Phonex
    Sales Rank: 2199
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    This Phonex Wireless Phone Jack turns any electrical outlet into a phone line and will work with laptops, fax machines, phones, satellite receivers and more. Allows caller ID and call waiting*. Works with up to 12 extra extensions and helps you avoid costly and time-consuming installations. Includes 1 base, 1 extension and 6' phone cord. *Requires phone company service. ... Read more


    • Easy to move, remove, and take with you anywhere
    • Connects to set-top box, computer, or Internet appliance
    • Turns any electrical outlet into a phone line
    • Works with any phone device
    • Ideal for apartments, condos, town homes

    Reviews (14)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great For Dish Receiver - Caller ID
    This is a great inexpensive solution if your satellite receiver is caller id ready and a phone line is not close to your television.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty much does the job.
    This device is not perfect.You can't get a perfect dial tone in every situation.But you can alter the envirement and make it flawless.

    What I've found is that if there is any power hunger device nearby - computer, lamp, tv, etc - it distorts the signal.However, you only need to worry about proximity to electronics with the reciever, not the base.

    Here's my setup: I got Voice over IP, so my phone line goes through my router.I have the base station in my room, and my VoIP phone line goes into the base station.The reciever is in the basement, attached to a power line that comes directly off the circuit breaker so it gets a strong signal.Down there, the phone line conects to all the phones in the house so all the outlets run off voice over IP.

    Again - in my situation, the signal is great.Just make sure it will fit yours.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Extremely poor performer for me
    Once connected, this unit resulted in so much static on the line, that my Tivo could not successfully make its nightly call to download new guide information.

    After lots of testing, I found that the unit simply would not work unless it was within about 10-15 feet of the base unit. An amazingly short distance for a device such as this.

    I then headed down to the best buy and picked up the RCA version of this device and it has worked flawlessly. An interesting note here - both devices appear to be identical as far as their guts are concerned. In fact, the instructions for both items were identical - the exact same words used on every page.

    I am not sure why there was such a difference in performance (perhaps I just got one that was off a bit), but I would suggest you think twice on this item. I was able to return it but had to pay all shipping costs - something you don't have to do if you need to return it to the local store.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect
    This is exactly what I was looking for.I did not have a phone jack by my Tivo and had put off buying one.I was able to install this in about 10 only took this long because I put the transmitter upstairs...and it still worked fine.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for DirecTV with Tivo
    I bought this item when I bought my direcTV system with tivo.Standalone Tivo's can be home networked with your broadband connections so it didn't used to matter that there was no phone line nearby...but DirecTV has not enabled that functionality yet so you have to have the receiver plugged into the phone line.

    Was very pleased with this fantastic in this application. ... Read more

    10. Plantronics MX150 Flexible Boom Headset with 2.5 mm Plug
    by Plantronics
    list price: $44.95
    our price: $18.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000ALPBP
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Plantronics
    Sales Rank: 108
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    The Plantronics MX150 noise-canceling mobile headset combines the company's proprietary Flex Grip design with advanced microphone technology to deliver a discreet, stable, and high-quality headset. The MX150 is compatible with most headset-ready mobile devices, including models made by Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Kyocera.

    The headset's bendable noise-canceling boom mic is designed to provide an optimal fit and high clarity just about anywhere, and the headset's Flex Grip design permits one-handed placement in your ear.

    One-touch call answer/end and voice-activated dialing are available for most popular Nokia and Motorola phones, though be aware that voice-activated dialing must be supported by your phone or service for this feature.

    The headset uses a standard 2.5 mm input in an L-shaped configuration that limits wear and tear. ... Read more


    • Flex Grip design creates an exceptionally stable and comfortable fit
    • Pivoting, bendable boom for optimal positioning
    • Noise-canceling microphone provides superior sound quality
    • Uses Plantronics most popular discreet style
    • Compatible with all phones that have a 2.5mm jack

    Reviews (12)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product for LG VX6000
    Plantronics has produced a quality product that is both functional and comfortable.The noise cancelling technology works exetremely well, as all my callers comment that they can not hear background noise while I am on the road.My wife has a Jabra, supposedly with noise cancelling, and it does not function nearly as well at reducing background noise.As far as comfort, the flexgrip earpiece is easy to put in your ear while driving and stays secure.

    I highly recommend this product.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Plantronics X150
    Got this headset for my birthday.It is very compfortable and the quality of the reception is great.Everyone says I sound better on the headset than I do when I am not using it.It is a bit awkward the way it clips to your ear but I am getting used to it.

    I would highly recommend it.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Great when they work...
    This headset is light and comfortable and works very well with most cell phones.Unfortunately, they always seem to die on me.I've gone through five MX150s in the last eight months.I buy them in pairs now so I always have a backup.I can't find anything I like better, so I keep going down this road, but be prepared for problems if you are a heavy user.Also, do not buy this headset if you are looking to use it with a Uniden TRU8885 Cordless Phone.You will have significant outbound volume problems.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect
    Hey. This is a perfect little headset. I've had it for a year now. People can't tell I'm on a cell phone. Excellent at blocking outside noise, and I can hear everything crystal clear on the receiving end. Great Buy.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Defective or does not work for Sanyo RL-7300
    Defective or does not work for Sanyo RL-7300.The person I call can hear me.I hear nothing.Will be returning. ... Read more

    11. Panasonic KX-TGA523M 5.8GHz Accessory Handset for KX-TG5200-Series Expandable Phones
    by Panasonic

    our price: $78.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001Z5KIQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 2658
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    The Panasonic KX-TGA523M handset is a supplemental accessory for Panasonic's KX-TG5200M-series phone systems (required, sold separately). Operating on the same 5.8 GHz frequency and with the same digital spread spectrum signal technology as the base system, this handset features all the functions you've come to rely on. Caller ID/call waiting-ready, the KX-TGA523M features a three-line backlit LCD to let you see who's calling. It also features talking caller ID to audibly announce the caller's name or number through the handset's speakerphone. A light-up antenna visually alerts you to new calls and messages.

    The charger stand thoughtfully houses a built-in AM/FM clock radio, saving valuable space on your nightstand or in other cluttered areas where you need a phone extension. Additional features include an illuminated keypad, headset compatibility, and a variety of ring tones to choose from.

    What's in the Box
    KX-TGA523M handset and charger stand with AM/FM clock radio, AC power adapter, belt clip, NiMH battery, instruction sheet, warranty information ... Read more


    • AM/FM clock radio/alarm in base unit
    • Light-up antenna signals new calls and messages
    • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
    • For Panasonic KX-TG5200M-series expandable phone systems
    • Caller ID with call waiting, 50-call log

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best phone I've ever owned!!!
    This is the best telephone I have ever owned. The reception is great!!!
    (And yes it does have a back light on the clock.)
    I love the speaker phone, it works great and anyone I have spoken to using the speaker phone feature informs me I sound clear with no breaking up. I also love the different melodies for the ring tones, it has one that has a soft melody so it doesn't scare me from my sleep if someone calls late at night, or early mornings. Not having to run wires to a telephone outlet is another great feature too. Just plug it in your wall and register it to the base unit and your in business. It works great all around the house even the basement.
    I very happy with it!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone
    I had no choice but to go 5.8 because the 2.4 phones were causing my wireless internet to drop. And the reason I went with this set is because I switched to vonage and did not want mess with the existing phone wiring. So I bought this phone system with 3 additional handsets. They work great. And the clock is back lit. I don't see brightness settings but the default backlit setting is good enough to make seeing the clock in the dark easy. And the ability to store 5 radio stations and have alarm clock functions is great. I do have one handset not registering though. I am working with Panasonic on that.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Yes there's a bnacklight and it's a great phone
    I have to admit, I almost did not get this expansion handset for my panasonic phone set-up.The previous reviewer said that it did not have a backlight for the clock, that is not true.I have it set up next to my bed and the backlight has two intesity levels.So, now I have a great 5.8 gig phone with a nice little clock radio/alarm.I'mhappy.

    3-0 out of 5 stars No back lighting on the clock -- Useless!
    i was interested in this product but since i has no backlit clock -- no sale. ... Read more

    12. Plantronics HL10 Automatic Handset Lifter
    by Plantronics
    list price: $99.95
    our price: $50.29
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006B7TL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Plantronics
    Sales Rank: 1269
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    Product Description

    The HL10 handset lifter fits on your telephone, letting you answer calls with the touch of a button by automatically taking your handset off hook. ... Read more


    • Easy to install, simple to use
    • Designed for Plantronics S20, A20, CS10 and CA10 telephone headsets
    • Compatible with most standard desktop phones
    • Zero desktop footprint
    • Answer calls at the touch of a button

    13. Jabra EarWave Boom with Universal 2.5mm connector
    by Jabra
    list price: $29.99
    our price: $18.04
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00022VUJ6
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Jabra
    Sales Rank: 165
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    The Jabra EarBoom is a great portable hands-free solution for mobile and cordless phone users who prefer to combine the advantages of the patented EarGel with one of the shortest microphone booms available. The EarBoom sports a high quality microphone that provides superior voice transmission even when used outdoors. The flexible mini-boom fits your face, and doesn't interfere with your line of sight. ... Read more


    • Ultra-lightweight design, unbeatable comfort, breakthrough styling.
    • Outstanding voice clarity and noise-canceling microphone.
    • Low-profile earpiece fits snugly behind the ear for a discreet look.
    • JABRA MiniGels channel sound for great reception and pivot for use in either ear.
    • Includes one EarWave Boom headset with 4ft. (1.2m) cord and four MiniGels -- two standard and two small.

    Reviews (12)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great sound, but mic sucks bigtime
    The earpiece is absolutely fantastic, but don't let anybody fool you. A mic on the side of your mouth will never sound good to the other person on the phone. This one has a very difficult time picking up voices over driving noise (with the windows up!), especially if the A/C is blowing on your face. Multiple people told me it sounded WORSE than the crappy handsfree kit that comes with the phone.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Loved it, then hated it
    I bought one of these and really liked it... for about six months until it stopped working; no audio; like the wire was cut.Stubborn guy that I am, I bought the same model again.I really liked how it fit my ear and sounded.Four months later (yesterday) headset number two died in the same way number one gave up the ghost.Am I willing to try for three strikes?No way!

    1-0 out of 5 stars terrible
    I liked the comfort and convenience of this headset. However, the parties I am talking to cannot hear me when there is the slightest background noise. Terrible while traveling in a vehicle. I do not use it at all any more because I have to yell & repeat myself to the other party.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Very nice design, but too loud!!
    I bought the Jabra Earwave Boom as an upgrade from a cheap-ass generic earpiece. As i hoped, it's a much nicer product. It feels of decent quality, and it fits on/in my ear very well. It also looks quite cool, i think. Sound quality, in both directions, seems to be quite good.

    However, my #1 complaint is that it is TOO LOUD!! Maybe it's just my phone, but with my Samsung i500 smartphone, even with the volume turned down to the minimum, i kept wincing as my ear would be blasted. Even the 'beep' after the 'Who do you want to call?" voice dial query would be painful.

    However, i did find a solution. I took a tiny chunk of soft foam taken from some packing materials, and stuffed it into the audio canal through the eargel with a pin. It blocks enough sound that the Earwave Boom is comfortable to use.

    If it had come with a reasonable volume level out of the box, i would have given it 5 stars.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Xbox Live as well
    I bought this headset to use a replacement for the headset that comes with Xbox Live (the online service for Xbox game consoles).The standard Xbox Live headset is very clumsy and fragile.Fortunately, it can be replaced with any headset that uses a standard 1/8" jack.All you do is disconnect the standard headset from the adapter (the block thing with the volume control that plugs into your Xbox controller), and connect the Jabra in its place.It takes a little force to push it in all the way, but otherwise it fits perfectly.

    The other reason I wanted to replace the Xbox headset is because with some Xbox games (like Mech Assault 2), if I want to wear headphones, I need to wear them over the headset.As you can imagine, that's uncomfortable.The Jabra headset fits over the ear and is flush against the head.While I'm wearing it, I can comfortably wear my headphones over it.

    Not only does this headset work with my Xbox, but it works with my cordless phone and my cell phone.That makes this headset a great value.

    The sound is very good, and everyone I talk to says my voice is clear.I think this is a great headset, and I'm very happy with my purchase. ... Read more

    14. Sony 15-Minute Battery Charger (BCG-34HUE4)
    by Sony Magnetic Products Inc. of America - batteries
    list price: $44.99
    our price: $28.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000792SA4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony Magnetic Products Inc. of America - batteries
    Sales Rank: 2317
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced technology products rests on a long line of innovations embraced by people from all walks of life. With a diverse product lineup serving a variety of lifestyles and industries, Sony continuously strives to introduce new products and technologies to meet changing market needs. ... Read more


    • Automatic charge cutoff conserves power
    • Includes 4 rechargeable AA batteries
    • NiMH battery charger for charging up to 4 high-capacity 2500 mAh batteries
    • Brings batteries back to full power in roughly 15 minutes
    • Voltage- and temperature-monitoring functions

    Reviews (4)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't plug directly into wall
    I thought this would plug directly into the wall. It doesn't; it has a power brick and cord. Only a US plug on it too. Can't speak for the battery length.

    5-0 out of 5 stars UsageOutsideUSA
    Nowhere on the website it tells the buyer if this item requires a voltage converter to be used abroad.Does it only work with 110 volts in USA, or can handle 220/240 volts used abroad.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Has fan to keep the temperature down
    manual says it charages 2500mAh AA batteries in 15 minutes.25 minutes for the other listed batteries - 2300mAh AA, 2100mAh AA, 900mAh AAA, 800mAh AAA.Like the Duracell 30 min & Energizer 15 min chargers, the built in fan does help to keep the temperature down.More expensive than others, but rated for 2500mAh - probably be seeing more of these higher capacities in the future.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice quality
    This charger seems well built and is nicely designed.I would reccomend this charger to anyone looking for a quality NiMh charger.
    The included 2500mAh batteries hold a lot of juice, and seem to be built well.

    This charger is expensive, but you get what you pay for. ... Read more

    15. RCA RC926 Wireless Phone Jack
    by RCA

    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00000J08Q
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: RCA
    Sales Rank: 2961
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Tired of playing scheduling games with the phone company? Install another phone jack as easily as plugging in a toaster. RCA Wireless Phone Jacks transform any power outlet into a phone jack. All you need to do is plug the base unit in next to the existing phone jack and place the extension anywhere you want another line. All phone jack systems have built in Surge Suppression and are expandable to as many extensions as you need.These phone jacks work with corded phones, cordless phones, answering machines and fax machines.Contains: base unit, extension unit, and 6 ft. phone cord. ... Read more


    • Genuine RCA quality phone accessory
    • Wireless modem jack system
    • Includes transmitter and one extension unit
    • Connects to AC outlet and existing phone jack
    • Easy plug-in installation

    Reviews (11)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work with DSL
    I purchased this product to connect my TIVO without having to install a second phone line. The installation was pretty simple, but when I plugged in a simple telephone set to test the line at the site where my TIVO was, the line noise was significant. When I plugged in the phone cord to my TIVO and tried to connect, the connection failed. I then contacted customer service to figure out what was wrong, and after troubleshooting the service attendent asked me if I had DSL on the line. I told her yes, and she informed me that the excessive noise on the line was due to the DSL. The wireless jack will not work with a DSL line! I was stunned! Why is there is no mention of this on the packaging or documentation?!?!? It looks like time to make a service call to the dreaded phone company to install a phone jack. Bad product, and bad documentation.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fine for Satellite Receivers Including Tivos
    I use the RC926 to add an extra phone jack for my DirecTivos and standalone DirecTV receiver.All three receivers are split off from the extension jack and I have never had a problem with the units making the required service data call.

    Edit: I also have DSL but use 2Wire filters (not the generic filters provided by Verizon) for greater clarity.A filter has to be placed between the jack and the wireless BASE unit for the wireless extension unit to function properly with DSL.

    Note:Tivos and DirecTivos DO HAVE MODEMS so Rios' title header is somewhat misleading. But the facts in the body of the review are correct. Per Page 10 of RCA's manual (which is available on their website): "Note: The maximum baud rate for the Wireless Phone Jack is 14,400. Best results, however, will be experienced at 9,600."This limitation is why I knocked off a star.

    So yes, I would not recommend that you attempt to surf the Internet using this jack or use it for any purpose where a high baud rate is important.But the phone jack is perfectly fine for voice, fax, and satellite receiver use.

    2-0 out of 5 stars For voice or fax only, not for modems
    If you need to add a phone extension without cables or need to hook up a fax machine this product is ok, but for modems and internet connections, your speed will go dooooooown to 9600 or even less.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Manual explicitly states that modem speed best at 9600 KBPS
    One of the reviewer above said that his experience when using the unit with the modem is bad.His modem speed is 56000 but when operated with the RCA extension unit it runs at 9600 speed. Of course, the manual of this product shown here in Amazon explicitly said that it will provide best result with modem at 9600. It is not the product's fault.


    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent for old homes
    I purchased this item so I could place a fax machine in a room that didn't have an phone jack - It works excellent. I have the flexibility to move the fax machine anywhere.this is an excellent product and it works great. ... Read more

    16. GN Netcom 9120 Wireless Headset with Flex Boom and Remote Lifter (Premium Package)
    by GN NETCOM
    list price: $444.00
    our price: $277.39
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001V3HOO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: GN NETCOM
    Sales Rank: 17454
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    • Compatible with most business phones
    • 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum signal, 95-channel autoscanning
    • Both headband and earhook wearing styles
    • Supports optional remote call answering/ending
    • Up to 300-foot range, up to 8-hours of talk time; fully mobile conference calling

    17. Plantronics DSP-100 Digitally-Enhanced USB Speech Recognition PC Headset with Software
    by Plantronics
    list price: $99.99
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    Asin: B00005A9AQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Plantronics
    Sales Rank: 3729
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    A perfect choice for Internet telephony, Web chat, and voice- and speech-recognition applications, Plantronics' lightweight, monaural DSP-100 USB headset ensures accurate speech recognition, unmatched clarity, and uncommon comfort. The DSP-100 features a noise-canceling microphone and comes packaged with the Plantronics PerSono audio control center software for PC and Macintosh computers.

    DSP (digital signal processing) technology further reduces background noise. Comfortable swivel earphones and an adjustable microphone boom enhance comfort and extend product life. Other features include inline digital volume and mute controls, integrated third-party software, an easy one-step-installation from CD-ROM, and Plantronics PerSono Audio Control software.

    The Plantronics PerSono audio-control software provides a single interface for controlling all computer audio settings, from adjusting the headset's microphone and speaker settings to launching and controlling MP3, CD, and DVD files. Previously, you had to open your computer's control panel to access and adjust these audio functions and settings. With PerSono software it's all right at your fingertips.

    Having a single interface lets you quickly and easily adjust volume, balance, bass and treble for the headphone output, as well as mute and volume for the microphone. This makes it easy to set personal preferences and obtain the best performance no matter what your application. You can also select EQ presets for different music styles (i.e. rock, jazz, R&B, classical.)

    The USB digital interface module--which resides inline with the headset cord and obviates the need for a sound card--uses 32-bit DSP technology from Texas Instruments, which enhances the input and output signals. (This connection complies with the latest USB standards and is compatible with Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, and Macintosh 9.04 operating systems.)

    The package also includes software titles such as Lernout & Hauspie's Voice Express for speech recognition, Net2Phone for Internet telephony, Voice Pilot for voice-embedded e-mail capabilities, and Firetalk for Internet gaming and conferencing, and an MP3 player for Windows and Mac platforms. ... Read more


    • PC and Macintosh compatible
    • PC headset with ultra-sensitive noise-canceling microphone
    • Convenient USB connection, sleek, stylish design
    • QuickAdjust microphone lets you position the microphone easily
    • Plantronics digital signal processing improves speech accuracy

    Reviews (10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars USB that's cheep, and clear
    I just pluged it into my Mac, and it worked. i love mac, sometimes. :)
    the sound is far better then other headset mics, I've tried.
    I use it to recoed voices, for Animation. You can even whisper, and it
    sounds clear.
    A very good choice for Mac.

    I use it only for recording voices. i have a different set I use for gaming.
    One that will not fall off. I bought this for recording voices. That is why
    i don't care if it only has one Headphone.

    My review is for the Mic only.
    i love it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for VOIP phone calls
    Skype is hot for overseas calls (free) but you need a quality mic and earphones.This DSP-100 combines both and is just plug-and-play: stick it into the USB port on Mac or Windows devices and you're ready to talk.(The Mac is easier, no driver needed but included with the Plantronics headset anyway.)

    fits over one ear so you can hear normally with the other.And mono is just fine for VOIP phone calls anyway.Full noise-cancelling and digital.Excellent value.

    2-0 out of 5 stars underengineered product
    The DSP-100 has limited size adjustment and is poorly designed ergonomically. The headset plastic is flimsy and the set does not sit snugly or securely. The microphone does not extend far enough to clear the face or neck. Sound quality is adequate. Voices are recognizable, tone quality is acceptable.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Works well with ViaVoice on Macintosh
    I plugged it into the Macintosh.I selected it in the Control Panel.It worked the very first time.I have not loaded any software.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good for voice recognition
    Been using this on Win2K machine for over a year.Does pretty good job for voice recognition in Dragon, and it's not the most expensive USB headset.Recognition with this is definitely better than analog (non-USB) headset going thru a soundcard.Only drag is that the Plantronics software is not up to snuff -- fairs poorly in comparison to the headset (which is of pretty good quality).I initially had trouble getting the software to recognize the headset at all, and Plantronics support was unhelpful -- as mentioned elsewhere their knee-jerk response is that "it must be your fault, go away."Have overcome their software problems by ignoring their configuation software and just setting up in target application (e.g., in Dragon). ... Read more

    18. Command Communications Comswitch 5500 3-Port Phone/Fax Modem Line Sharing Device
    by Command Communications
    list price: $129.95
    our price: $46.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004Z7H5
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Command Communications
    Sales Rank: 9418
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Why Pay for Another Phone Line?

    Eliminate the need for extra dedicated telephone lines with the ComSwitch 5500.

    1 Telephone Line, 3 Device Ports (2 Ports Are Linked)

    Use the ComSwitch 5500 to automatically route calls to your phone, answering machine, fax OR modem - all on a single line!
    ... Read more


    • Allows up to 3 devices--usually a telephone, answering machine, fax or modem--to share a single phone line.
    • Choose "Automatic" or "Semi-Automatic" mode
    • Remote message notification

    Reviews (5)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Returned it
    This product may be useful for some, but it wasn't for me. I have distinctive ring and caller ID on my line, and called the manufacturer before ordering to ask whether it would work in that configuration. They said yes. But in reality it only works partially - with most phones, the caller ID shows up for a second or so, and then disappears again, because the box actually picks up the phone to listen for fax tones. This is unnecessary with distinctive ring, and causes the caller to be billed even though he only hears a ringtone. I sent it back the same day I received it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
    Most new dedicated fax machines will direct a call to itself or to the phone/answering machine.EVERY answering machine will let you plug the phone into it to take a call.A waste of money for anyone who doesn't have an ancient fax machine they don't want to upgrade.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An ingenious device!
    This device works perfectly! It has many features and modes of operation but here is how I set mine up for basic use: I connect my incoming phone line to the input port, my answering maching w/phone to the TAD port, and my fax machine to the fax port. When a call comes in the Comswitch "picks up" the call on the first ring and listens momentarily for a fax tone. If there is a tone it immediately switches the call to the fax machine and then transmission begins, if it is a voice call it immediately switches to my anwering maching which then begins ringing, working as it usually does with any incoming call. For my answering machine connection, the only difference from before the Comswitch is that there is one addtional ring before the call actually starts to ring on the anwering machine. However, all of this is invisible to the caller. It also is supposed to work with voice mail systems too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great device.
    I've got a Canon D680 Fax/Printer on a dedicated phone line.I wanted to utilize this underused phone number as an "info line" for my business with an out-going message on an answering machine.Even though the Canon has some setting for a tel/fax, I was unable to get the answering machine to work with the Canon by direcly connecting the two.Furthermore the Canon instructions said something about you needing to make your outgoing message very short, which I don't want to do.

    Enter the ComSwitch 5500.

    Plug your hot phone line into the back of the 5500, plug in your answering machine, plug in your fax machine, plug the power into the wall and presto --- it worked perfectly immediately without any tweeking!

    Every call routes automatically & correctly to either my fax machine OR to my phone answering machine.The caller can't really discern any switching going on.It's very impressive, and quick.

    It comes preprogrammed.If you need to make some changes to it the instructions talk about this but since I didn't need to I didn't even bother reading the instructions.

    I recommend the ComSwitch 5500.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A good device that fulfills a necessary function
    If you don't want to pay for a separate phone line dedicated to your fax machine, this is an excellent solution.It separates out fax calls from voice calls and routes each type to the appropriate device. All you have to do is plug it into your phone line and them plug the fax machine and telephone into their separate ports in the Comswitch. This item is also nicely priced at $... and is probably tax-deductible if you're using it for business. A cimple and elegant solution. ... Read more

    19. Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
    by Jabra
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $109.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006ZCDS
    Catlog: Wireless
    Manufacturer: Jabra
    Sales Rank: 346
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    A comfortable and portable Bluetooth headset to connect your non-Bluetooth enabled mobile phone with hands-free convenience! Works with the Treo 600 handheld. ... Read more


    • Hands free, cord free headset
    • Works up to 30 feet away from phone
    • An answer/end button supports voice activation
    • Weighs less than one ounce
    • Works with non-bluetooth phones using an included adapter

    Reviews (45)

    5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
    This thing rocks! No problem with battery for me and no i can talk hands free!


    It was only hinted at inside the manual, but never definitvely stated, so I called JABRA and asked. Yep, I was right:


    JABRA doesn't even have the cajones to admit this directly in their manual. They must figure if Apple can get away with this BS on the iPod, they can, too.

    What does this mean to you? Somewhere between 300 - 600 recharges, YOU WILL HAVE TO THROW THE ENTIRE UNIT AWAY!!! At least with the iPod, you can pay Apple some ridiculous amount of money to replace the battery.

    But wait, the idiocy doesn't stop there: The earpiece is a tapered ear-gel: IT DOESN'T STAY IN YOUR EAR unless you hold it there with your hand, which defeats the whole concept of "hands-free".

    And, to top it off, the activation/de-activation sequence/ear-tones are confusing and goofy; half the time, the activation remained after I terminated a call, which quickly drained the adapter.


    1-0 out of 5 stars Battery useless just over a year after purchase
    I've had this product just over a year and had decent success using it w/ my Sony Erickson T610. I didn't use it much, however, and now it's practically useless, cause the battery runs out after 20-30 minutes of use (and starts beeping before that). Since I didn't use it much, I'm guessing I recharged the battery 20-30 times at most. Since you can't replace the battery, that means it's time to buy another, but it wont be a Jabra!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine...Could Could Be Better...
    I find this bluetooth earpiece unit to work just fine. The only thing I dont like about it is the beeping & clicking sound you get every once and a while, despite this litle annoyance the thing works fine.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Lifetime of unreplacable battery: just beyond 1 yr warranty
    I got my BT200 for non-Bluetooth phones 15 months ago.It worked well and I liked it a lot despite annoying background clicking and short battery life.Now, after just over a year, its battery often won't last a day of standby let alone conversations.Jabra support says they have no spare parts or service and offered me a 20% discount on a new one.In other words, beware that this is a disposable product!I also have a BT-110, which uses a AAA cell that has much longer life and can be removed for recharge and/or replacement. ... Read more

    20. Vialta BM-FX Dual Beamer Phone Video Station
    by Vialta
    list price: $599.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000BV1MI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Vialta
    Sales Rank: 10132
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description



    • Shares pictures with friends and family
    • Easy setup and portable design helps you stay in touch even on the road
    • 2 units per package; works with any analog phone line and any corded or cordless phone
    • CMOS video camera captures your image; 3.5-inch LCD displays your caller's image
    • Also functions as a digital picture frame

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars See Loved Ones Over Phone Calls - Send Photos From Camera
    I bought this product because I cannot be with family overseas.I bought direct from Vialta, and split my shipment, one to me (Chicago), and one to Philippines (Cebu).

    I called my sister I was able to see her on the telephone, I almost cried, I have not seen her in over 4 years!

    We later tried sending photos.I loaded my Compact Flash card into the Beamer, and tramitted these pictures without any problem.

    This is the perfect 'Stay In Touch' gift you can possibly give your family.Who are you going to 'miss' this Christmas?

    Thanks Vialta for a simple to use, wonderful product!

    - Janet.

    5-0 out of 5 stars BMFX is a Videophone which has an integrated digital frame.
    In response to a recent review, this Beamer FX is a videophone with integrated digital frame functionality.

    For more information:

    It is a great product with so many useful features at a great price! ... Read more

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