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141. Panasonic SL-CT720 Portable Personal
Too low to display list($199.99)
142. Panasonic SC-PM29 5-CD Shelf System
$349.99 list($599.99)
143. Samsung HT-SK5 Progressive Scan
Too low to display $378.50 list($499.99)
144. Panasonic DMR-E65S DVDRecorder
$544.29 list($699.99)
145. Panasonic DMR-E80H Progressive-Scan
$204.95 list($299.99)
146. Panasonic SV-AS10S D-Snap 2MP
Too low to display $1,000.00 list($2,999.99)
147. Panasonic TC-26LX20 26" Widescreen
$1,599.95 $1,573.88 list($1,995.95)
148. Panasonic Pro AG-DV2500 Proline
$29.99 $27.95
149. Panasonic KXTM100B 15 Minute All
Too low to display $329.95 list($399.99)
150. Panasonic PVGS12 Digital Palmcorder
$91.26 list($129.99)
151. Panasonic KX-TS3282W 2-Line Corded
$29.99 $25.00 list($39.99)
152. Panasonic KX-TC1486B 900 MHz Analog
list($69.95)
153. Panasonic RXFT530 Mini AM/FM Stereo
Too low to display list($449.95)
154. Panasonic PV-27DF64 27" Flat Screen
$79.95 $60.99
155. Panasonic KX-TG5431S 5.8 GHz DSS
$279.00 list($399.99)
156. Panasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder
Too low to display list($59.99)
157. Panasonic PV-V4524S 4-Head Hi-Fi
$39.95 $34.90
158. Panasonic KX-TG2302B 2.4 GHz DSS
$399.99
159. Panasonic DVD-LS5 Portable DVD
$31.40 list($44.99)
160. Panasonic KX-TS105W Corded Speakerphone

141. Panasonic SL-CT720 Portable Personal CD Player
list price: $99.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0007Y7EQW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 22131
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Product Description

Plays CD and MP3 format audio on CD-R and CD-RW discsAdvanced D.sound Technology & Digital Re-Master for MP3 PlaybackNo-Skip Anti-SkipUp to 117 hour MP3 / 65-hour CD-DA playback with two Ni-Cd rechargeable and two AA alkaline batteries (using supplied external battery case)Remote Control displays ID3 tags on Dot Matrix LCD ... Read more

Features

  • Remote Control displays ID3 tags on Dot Matrix LCD
  • Plays CD and MP3 format audio on CD-R and CD-RW discs
  • Advanced D.sound Technology & Digital Re-Master for MP3 Playback
  • No-Skip Anti-Skip
  • Up to 117 hour MP3 / 65-hour CD-DA playback with two Ni-Cd rechargeable and two AA alkaline batteries (using supplied external battery case)

142. Panasonic SC-PM29 5-CD Shelf System
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001WV74K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1362
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's SC-PM29 executive microsystem offers style and power, pumping 70 watts per channel from its sleek, black-and-silver casing. The SC-PM29 includes a single-well cassette recorder and a five-CD changer with Panasonic's exclusive MASH (multi-stage noise shaping technology) 1-bit digital-to-analog converter for clear, accurate sound reproduction. And the system plays not only prerecorded CDs but home-brewed CD-Rs and CD-RWs filled with MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) files.

The quick and quiet disc-changing system swaps CDs in as little as four seconds, so your next listening selection is never more than a few seconds away. Listening in random-play mode helps present tracks from different discs more seamlessly than other changers are able to. A feature called Compression Digital Re-Master Processing compensates for the high harmonic frequencies lost through the MP3 and WMA compression, resulting in more natural-sounding music. In some cases, standard CDs and other sources will also benefit from this processing.

To ensure powerful, clear, and virtually distortion-free audio, the system features a bi-amplified, biwired configuration, which splits the amplifier's labor to independently power each speaker driver for more efficient power usage. Super Sound EQ boosts the low, medium, and high frequencies at the touch of a button for a dynamic boost in sound without complicated EQ adjustments, while four preset equalizer curves are also included.

Other features include a drift-free, digital-synthesized tuner with 30-station (15 FM, 15 AM) presets, TPS (Tape Program Sensor, which lets you search forward or backward across up to nine cassette songs), detachable speaker grilles (in case you prefer the look of naked tweeters and woofers), and a multifunction remote control.

What's in the box
Panasonic SC-PM29 shelf system, remote control, batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Executive microsystem with quick-change 5-CD changer, single cassette, and digital-synthesized FM/AM tuner
  • MP3 and WMA CD playback with Compression Digital Re-Master Processing, which compensates for high frequencies lost during compression
  • 70 watts per channel, biwired and bi-amplified for clear, powerful sound
  • TPS (Tape Program Sensor) lets you search forward or backward across up to 0 cassette songs
  • Includes multifunction remote control

143. Samsung HT-SK5 Progressive Scan DVD Home Theater System with Klipsch Speakers
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000E2RZM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 13897
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed with a mind for affordability, a spirit of convenience, and an ear for quality sound, Samsung's HT-SK6 merges all the source components of a home theater into a single, easy-to-install package. The 500-watt system includes a five-disc progressive-scan DVD changer alongside a THX-certified Klipsch speaker system: four horn-loaded two-way satellites, a two-way center speaker, and a standalone subwoofer. Now you can enjoy classy home entertainment with minimal setup time right in your existing living space.

With 80 watts per channel times five for the left, right, center, and left/right surround channels, you'll enjoy true home-theater power that's bolstered by 100 watts output for the passive subwoofer. The DVD player handles playback for standard DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 CD--perfect for commercial and most homemade discs alike. You can even spin your Kodak Picture CDs and JPEG image discs, crafting (on your computer) custom slideshows to enjoy on your living-room television.

The THX-certified Klipsch speakers supplied with the system maximize audio performance from 5.1 computer sound cards and DVD movies alike. The two-way satellite speakers include exclusive Klipsch MicroTractix horn tweeters that cleanly and accurately handle high frequencies. A 3-inch fiber-composite cone driver delivers smooth mid-bass sounds, and the magnetically shielded center channel uses the same Klipsch MicroTractix horn tweeter and 3-inch fiber-composite cone woofer as each satellite speaker, ensuring an ideal blend and seamless sound across the system. The center channel comes with rubber nonslip stabilizing feet, spring-clip wire terminals, and a rear-post adjustment for angle optimization.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the HT-SK6's DVD player is ready to deliver the full potential of your DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Interlaced component-video outputs help minimize digital and line-scan artifacts on compatible advanced televisions, while composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

The HT-SK6's DVD player also performs 3:2 pulldown. DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24-frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

And did we mention the system's surround processing prowess? You'll enjoy enveloping audio decoding for both Dolby Digital and DTS/DTS ES 5.1-channel surround formats, as well as Dolby Pro-logic II, which converts two-channel audio tracks from any source into five-channel surround sound.

The system offers additional connectivity in the form of one component-video and two composite-video AV inputs for your existing audio/video components, such as a VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver. Other features include an FM/AM tuner with 30 station presets, supplied FM and AM antennas, and a headphone jack for private listening.

What's in the Box
DVD player/surround receiver, four satellite speakers, a center-channel speaker, a passive subwoofer, a remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, nonslip stabilizing feet for the center speaker, FM and AM antennas, and all requisite cabling. ... Read more

Features

  • Integrated 5-disc DVD changer/surround receiver with THX-certified Klipsch speaker system powered by 500 watts total (80 x 5, 100 x 1)
  • 2 audio/video inputs; progressive-scan video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Plays DVD-Video, JPEG picture CD, MP3 CD, and DVD-R/RW; digitally tuned AM/FM radio offers 30 programmable memory presets
  • DTS/ES, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Pro Logic II surround processing for enveloping multichannel audio; headphone jack affords private listening
  • DVD/receiver: 17 x 3.7 x 16 inches; satellites: 4 x 8.5 x 5.7 inches; subwoofer: 10 x 10 x 10 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great deal. Klipsch Speakers compare to Bose
There is no delay, as another review claimed. (Delay is adjustable, based on speaker placement) Excellent sound reproduction. This was a good deal at $500 plus. For $299, it is a steal. Klipsh Speakers are unbeatable, even by Bose standards.

2-0 out of 5 stars Agree on the product, but LOVE the support
Yes these particular set of speakers are not that great, sounds are shallow and lack depth that even $100 PC game system could deliver.

Like thousands other videophilles, I also am a proud owner of the 61" Samsung DLP. I must say, I (and thosands of others) seem to all agree that sammy's customer support are 5 out of 5 top notch and none better.

In this day and age, saying you will never buy samsung product is like saying you will never buy a
Porsche form that garage again because they couldn't fix your metro geo.

EDIT:
Apparently, they run special divison for their high enb products. I call in about a problem with their 400 dvd player and I was treated with the same great services as with my 5 grand TV. However, my first call was made via a google-searched 800 number, and that was horrible. If you want good service, call the speical number provided with the warrenty card. Seems they only want to roll out their "5 star support" for ones with deeper pockets.

1-0 out of 5 stars don't waste your money on a Samsung HT-SK5
The HT-SK5 is a lemon--don't buy it. Although the sound quality is great, the audio doesn't match the video when you're using a digital input, like digital HDTV. So, the lips don't match the words on any digital stations. It made it impossible to watch any HDTV programming, which essentially was why I bought it.

After 3 months of dealing with Samsung's poor technical support, including shipping the product back to Samsung, I learned from Samsung that they can't fix the problem, and they don't have a replacement product that would work better. The only thing more frustrating than the audio sync problem was Samsung's awful technical support. The staff was poorly educated about their own products, they never returned calls or e-mail like they promised, and seemed to have no concern for their customers. Don't waste your money--in fact, Samsung treated me so poorly, I can't recommend buying any Samsung products. ... Read more


144. Panasonic DMR-E65S DVDRecorder with SD Card Slot (DVD-RAM & DVD-R)
list price: $499.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002ARNUI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 11598
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Panasonic DMR-E65S is an affordable entry into the world of DVD recording, enabling you to watch TV programs at your leisure as well as easily archive precious home video memories. The DMR-E65S features compatibility with both DVD-R and DVD-RAM discs, MP3 audio playback, an SD memory card slot for viewing images from your digital camera, and simultaneous recording and playback functionality.

The DMR-E65S's joint support of DVD-RAM and DVD-R media provides the best of both worlds: DVD-R for the highest compatibility (letting you share video recordings with virtually anyone with a DVD player) and DVD-RAM (for rewritability and benefits like Time Slip, chasing playback, and simultaneous play and record). In addition to DVD-RAM and DVD-R compatibility, the DMR-E65S also plays DVD-Audio, Video CD (VCD), and CD-R-RW discs. It has a built-in SD memory card slot as well as a PC Card slot that reads CompactFlash and other memory cards (with an adapter). It has 3 composite A/V, 3 S-video, and 1 RF input connections; output connections include 2 composite, 1 component, and 1 S-video. Other features include optical output for DTS and Dolby Digital surround sound, cinema mode that improves the visibility of details in dark scenes by automatically adjusting picture contrast, and a dialogue enhancer.

Panasonic's Time Slip feature lets you replay a scene recorded earlier while a program is still in progress, without disrupting the recording process. And chasing playback makes it possible to watch from the beginning a show while recording is still in progress. It's also simple to transfer favorite VHS tape recordings to space-saving discs, and personal movie libraries and family videos can be archived, preserved, cataloged, and accessed. With instant recording onto a DVD disc, you don't have to find blank space, as with a VHS tape. Just press record and the unit will automatically find space on the disc, much like a computer's disk drive.

With the Playlist Playback function, you can perform simple nonlinear video editing, such as rearranging the order of scenes, skipping over unwanted scenes, or copying selections, to create custom playlists of favorite scenes on a disc. The Direct Navigator feature makes it easy to find a previously recorded program on a disc. A list of recording dates, times, channels, and (user-entered) titles are shown onscreen, and you can quickly manage program deletion, protection, and title input. It can handle up to 99 titles at once.

What's in the Box
Panasonic DMR-E65S DVD recorder, remote control, batteries, and printed instruction manual. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD recorder enables simultaneous playback and recording; measures 3.1 x 16.9 x 10.8 inches (W x H x D)
  • Records to DVD-RAM and DVD-R discs; plays back DVD Audio, CD-R/RW, VCD, and MP3
  • Built-in SD card and PC card slots; views JPEG and TIFF images
  • 3 composite, 3 S-video, 1 RF inputs; 2 composite, 1 component, and 1 S-video outputs
  • Optical output for DTS and Dolby Digital surround sound

145. Panasonic DMR-E80H Progressive-Scan DVD Player/Recorder with Hard Drive (Silver)
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00009KXA3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8224
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Early Adopters Pick: May 2003. This is the first DVD player with a built-in hard drive recorder, allowing you to record all your favorite shows onto digital disk as well as watch DVDs.

Talk about "all in one"--the Panasonic DMR-E80HS not only records DVDs and stores more than 100 hours of audio/video programming on its built-in memory; it's also a progressive-scan DVD player (for use with high-definition or HD-ready TVs) that also handles your DVDs, CDs, and MP3 recordable discs. With the DMR-E80HS's 80 GB hard drive, it provides up to 104 hours of recording time, plus up to 6 hours on a removable 4.7 GB DVD-RAM disc (in Extended Play mode in each case). The DMR-E80HS offers the flexibility of recording on both DVD-RAM--perfect for instant chapter access and for multiple rerecordings--as well as DVD-R, widely regarded as the most widely compatible of the many DVD formats (great for sharing camcorder footage with loved ones).

Panasonic's Time Slip feature lets you use your DVD recorder like a personal video recorder, or PVR. Because of DVD-RAM's extremely fast transfer rate, you can view the recorded portion of an ongoing program from the beginning, while still recording the program in progress. In addition to recording new video content, the DMR-E80HS lets you transfer your favorite VHS recordings to durable, space-saving discs. Personal movie libraries and family videos can be archived, preserved, and easily cataloged and accessed. Picture-enhancing technologies include 3D noise reduction, block noise reduction, and mosquito noise reduction.

With the Direct Navigator you can instantly access recorded material from an onscreen menu that lists recording dates, times, channels, and titles. Finding and viewing recorded material is simple because there's no need to search, fast-forward, or rewind. You can even perform simple non-linear video editing, such as rearranging the order of scenes, skipping over unwanted scenes, and creating custom playlists of favorite scenes on a disc. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in 80 GB hard drive
  • Hybrid VBR (variable bit rate) technology lets you record up to 6 hours on a single-sided DVD-RAM disc
  • Time Slip lets you watch from the beginning a program whose recording is still in progress
  • Progressive-scan video output for film-like images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RAM, music CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3 CDs

Reviews (115)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product.
This is a great electronic component. The recorded picture quality utilizing the SP mode is excellent. The XP mode is even better, with virtually no difference from the original source. I have not found the need for recording in the XP mode since the SP mode is superior, but it's there for anyone who may require it. Just remember, you get approximately 1 hour of recording time in the XP mode as compared to approximately 2 hours in the SP mode.

If you are recording movies from your satellite (or cable), this unit is capable of editing out commercials or any other unwanted up-front and rear "garbage" that gets recorded before and after each recording. Just record to the hard drive, edit, then dub to DVR -R and your done. In addition, the DVD -R recording you just made can be copied over as many times as needed just by hooking up a second DVD player to the inputs.

One reviewer below mentioned "You cannot copy a DVD, copy protected or not, to the hard drive unless it is a DVD-RAM disk." Well he is just plain WRONG. In fact, not only can you copy a DVD -R to the hard drive, you can also copy it to another blank DVD -R and utilize the flexible recording mode to get the best possible (highest quality recording). I have done it and have tested the recording in the three other DVD Players I own. Each one is a different manufacturer: Sony, JVC, Samsung.

This unit is not TIVO. It's much better. You cannot edit out "stuff" with TIVO and you cannot make a DVD with TIVO.

Look at the consumers report on this unit. It is ranked #2 (right behind the Panasonic dmr-e100h model) in the DVR/DVD Recorder Combo Category. It received an excellent rating for Hard Drive/DVD recorders and these guys are the experts. According to their 12/3/2004 report on DVD Recorders, this unit scored excellent in DVD Playback Picture Quality, Recording Picture Quality and DVD Playback Ease Of Use. Very good in all others categories. If you are looking quality playback, recordings, sound, etc... in a recording unit, look no further.

I have recorded approximately 70 movies with this unit, with only one failure due to a bad DVD disc. I have used a number of different DVD disc. Sony, Panasonic, Memorex, TDK and Maxell disc. All work fine, so just pick the least expensive. My preference are the Sony & Panasonic brands. You can tell the difference in the quality workmanship. The manufacturer recommends using Panasonic disc. But of course, they would.

GAC

5-0 out of 5 stars why 5 stars?
We bought the Panasonic DVD recorder three months ago; we still haven't pressed all of the buttons on the remote. And it still functions beyond our expectations. We wanted to save old VHS programs and we wanted to time-shift television programs to watch later (a VCR). Perhaps very little to expect from a device that costs $500 but over twenty years ago we paid $1000 for a Mitsubishi top-loading, two-head VCR. Enough history.

It took almost three hours to hook up to a VCR, a Sony receiver, another DVD player, two TVs and the digital cable box. But when it was turned on, it was fantastic. We used the hard disc drive immediately. Playback was broadcast quality. We dubbed from the VHS to DVD-R; the quality actually improved. We recorded a test DVD-R disc from a commercial DVD and VHS and those both played back flawlessly. The big test came when we recorded a TV program onto DVD-R for a friend who didn't have the cable channel. Her old Sony player played it.

The instruction book is intimidating; read what you need and just keep the book handy. The prompt screens are somewhat intuitive. The most important buttons (after three months of use) are the 'Functions,' the 'Enter,' the four arrow buttons and the stop-pause-play buttons. We expect to learn more the longer we use the recorder.

The Panasonic recorder (with Hard Drive) is an excellent piece of electronic equipment. Well worth the price and deserving 5-stars.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unit dead after 6 months
After 6 months of using this unit it went completely dead. I took it to an authorized Panasonic repair service center several weeks ago. The service center told me that the needed part, a circuit board, was backordered from Panasonic. The service center also told me that 3 different promise shipment dates for the needed part were not met by Panasonic and there was little they could do. So today, I am still without any idea when the unit will be repaired. I would avoid this unit.

4-0 out of 5 stars Happy so far!
I love this thing. Easy to use and the manual isn't that bad. It does make some assumptions about your familiarity with the burning lingo e.g. finalizing. I transfered all our home movies easily. It's nice to dump everything to the hard drive in XP mode then edit and dub from there. I use TDK dvd-r's and have had no failures. My finalized dvds have worked on every dvd player in the house with the exception of our Audiovox portable. They even worked on my six year old Sony player.

Now for the bad - 1. If you want to add titles, there is no keyboard port. This is really, really tedious if you are dubbing multiple programs. Title as you go instead of waiting until you are dubbing.
2. Slow, slow, slow if you are dubbing a dvd-r. Again, I have been dubbing alot of archived stuff, so I have maxed out each dvd-r which burns in realtime. Dvd-rams dub at high speed which is probably what I will use once I've archived all my video.
3. The remote is a little counter-intuitive but you'll get used to it.
4. When editing programs, you can't jump to the end when shortening programs. A little annoying when you just want to go the end to shave off extra minutes or commercials and have to fast forward through the entire segment.

My words of advice. When you get it, make and finalize a test dvd and try it in any potential player. One of the reasons I got it was to put all my kids' videos on just a couple of dvds for travelling just to find out they didn't play on the one player I didn't test on - the portable.

Record everything to the hard drive in XP(best) mode then when dubbing change speeds to fit the dvd. I tranferred home videos in SP only to decide I wanted better quality and had to transfer all over again. XP eats up the hard drive but even in XP it holds 17 hours. You can change speeds on the dub to make stuff fit.

All in all, I took off a star for the clumsiness of some of the steps in making a dvd. For the quality of the finished product, I give this recorder 5 stars.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice Idea, But it no cigar
I have not owned any Panasonic electronics in twenty years, and now I know why. First I bought this DVDR because of it's Hard Drive, this seems to work good. Then dubbing from Hard Drive to DVD-R, this is where the trouble starts. It eats DVD's like candy, it fails to record 3 out of 5 times. Less than five minutes into a Dubb, it locks up, then shuts down, and says it is recovering, and finally tells you there has been an error. At this point you throw that $1.25 Dvd in the trash. Decide if you want to take another chance, or not. Tried different speeds, DVD manufacturers, and recording from different sources, no help. The few DVD's it has made, only one has been what I considered above VHS quaility.
Now if it worked correctly, and as advertised, there is the matter of remote, and manual. The remote is a joke, looks like it came with a $50.00 dollar all in one stereo system, not a $600.00 DVDR. I tried to read the manual, and I have seen Aircraft wiring diagrams that were easier to follow. Must have got lost in translation, pun intended. They should go look at a Hughes brand Tivo which I have had two for many years, and see how excellent unit is supposed work.
On a good note: the conections in the back are solid, and easy to follow, and good thing because of the manual. The over all quaility and construction is excellent. Does not look bad either, but I'm not sold all the gray stuff out there.
So now that I have vented to the world, there is only one thing remaining. Finish putting this terrible use of silicon back in the box, and going down to Circuit City with Receipt in hand. Telling them I can't afford this DVDR eater, and $2.00 a gallon gas at the same time. ... Read more


146. Panasonic SV-AS10S D-Snap 2MP Digital Camera (Silver)
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000D151N
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1441
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multifunction device: 2.0-megapixel digital camera, QuickTime video recorder, MP3 music player, and digital voice recorder
  • Camera features a built-in flash, ten-second self-timer, and 4x zoom lens
  • MP3/ WMA / AAC music playback; 10-second audio notes with images
  • Includes 8 MB Secure Digital memory card
  • Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack; connects to PCs via USB 1.1

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars For a pocket camera... this has got to be one of the best.
First of all, if you're looking for film-quality photography, you ought to go with film. And if you want professional looking digital prints you ought to get something nice... but this thing, compared to all the other cameras I've seen, is ridiculously perfect for having a camera when you didn't know you would need it. I had been looking for something very small for a long time and I finally found this. I mean, you want to take this thing everywhere, it's so conveniently small. And for snapshots, it's got a pretty decent design and is very easy to use. Setting things up with that orange joystick thing isn't the best, but you don't need to use that to take a picture, just to set up your options and do things in editing and while using other media. The resolution you can get with this is unexpectedly good for such a tiny little lens. I have to admit, trying to use it as an mp3 player just isn't worth it, and if I were you I would not buy it for music. The video looks like video from most other still digital cameras, not great but very convenient if you need a video clip of something quick. And yeah, the supplied card is a joke. Order a bigger card when you order this. I found this camera for $200 elsewhere... so shop around.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sound playback nearly inaudible, can't really do MP3s
I've found two deficiencies with this product, that make it (for me, at least) unacceptable.

1. Sound playback (e.g. using the voice recording capability) is way too soft, through the unit's built-in speaker. Its barely audible, even with playback volume at its loudest setting. Using the included earbuds, it provides adequate sound volume (e.g. normal voice level), so its not a problem with the recording sensitivity, but rather the playback. I thought I might have gotten a faulty unit, but I also tried a second one, the playback volume problem was the same. When I demonstrated the problem to a store clerk, even he admitted that it sucked.

2. The product is advertised as being able to play MP3s, but you can't just copy them to the SD card, you have to use the included software to import them, which will wrap your sound files with "digital rights management". The software appears to want to install DRM on your computer, and if you decline, the software just crashes. For me, this is false advertising, and then you also won't be able to interchange your music with e.g. your PDA. Would you buy a cassette player/walkman that required special software to "install" your audio on the cassette, but then only allowed you to play that audio on that particular player?

Aside from the above two problems, the camera functions OK in daylight, but the flash is underpowered, most of my nighttime pictures did not come out.

Its too bad the above two deficiencies are so bad, I really wanted to like this device, its really quite small, thin, and light, a pleasure to carry in the pocket or around the neck. But at its price point, with the above two (easily fixable) problems, I'd rather return it and get something else.

p.s. The box lists an 800 phone number for technical support, but after navigating the voice menu and waiting 10 minutes on hold, the technician tells me its the wrong phone number for this camera. Ugh.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great little gadget
For size and build quality, this little item is superb. It is a technological marvel, being so light, yet so functional. The picture quality is excellent considering it is a 2MP camera, but the digital zoom is a little too sensitive. When the zoom is on max, a little movement is captured or the picture is blurred. In normal mode, the pictures are superb. Very sharp, clear and light capture excellent.

The user menu is pretty much self-explanatory, and easy to use. The ball button, is a little annoying at times as it is not the fastest method of navigating through menus.

The video feature is again surprisingly good, with sound capture superb, and video excellent. Again the zoom lets this feature down too. It seems the best way to use the camera/video is by not using the zoom at max or at all.

As an MP3 player, the AS10 does a good job, but is let down by the software. The Jukebox software is long-winded and complicated. It would have been much better if the software allow click and drag of files to the SD card.

Unlike general digital cameras, where the camera if it accepts SD cards it will also accept MMC cards, the AS10 does not accept anything bar the SD card. This is worth bearing in mind.

The product is self is lovely, the cradle, rechargeable battery are all good features and the AS10 also comes with carry case, although not very protective. Due to the size of the AS10, it's very handy to carry around everyday, as you never know when an exciting photo opportunity may come. Also it would have been nice if Panasonic could have supplied an SD card that is larger than 8mb.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet camera
First of all, the complaints about the image quality are TOTALLY untrue. For some reason people expect 5 megapixel quality from a 2 MP camera - its not going to happen! The camera definitely gets a lot of looks from people when you use it, because its smaller than most cell phones. The rechargable batteries are awesome, and the cradle included makes transfering pictures to the PC a snap! The only complaint I have is that the flash is too close to the lens; it reflects dust particals, thus creating 'white spots' on some pictures. However, this only occurs on occasion(ie - dusty rooms). I would recommend this if you want something portable and good picture quality. Plus, dont forget to upgrade the SD card to atleast 128M.

3-0 out of 5 stars Wrong description! Please be careful.
For some reason, Panasonic is distributing a wrong spec.
Amazon uses it too. Thickness is not 0.05" as described!! it's impossible: 0.05" is thinner than the 10 cent coin! it is actually 0.4". ... Read more


147. Panasonic TC-26LX20 26" Widescreen HDTV-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV
list price: $2,999.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001YYNLW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 10487
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Amazon.com Product Description

Beautify your television along with your home with the Panasonic TC-26LX20 26-inch flat-panel LCD TV. Its supersleek styling, attractive silver finish, and small footprint will give you more room in your living room and on your TV screen. It is ready to be wall mounted, or can be placed on any countertop with its pedestal stand. It is HDTV-ready, so when connected to an HDTV receiver, it will produce sharper, wider, lifelike pictures and digital sound. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio, 500:1 contrast ratio, and super-high 1280 x 768 resolution give this TV all the elements to make it perfect for a home theater system.

Features include closed captioning, multilingual menus in English, French, and Spanish, parental controls (with the built-in V-chip), and a sleep timer. The TC-26LX20 gives you true surround sound and there are four built-in speakers for 40 watts total power.

There are several front A/V inputs, including S-video and composite video, making it easy to connect the TC-26LX20 to digital devices like video game consoles and digital cameras. Rear inputs include two component video inputs, one more each of S-video and composite video inputs, RF in, audio line in, and an audio line output. It also features an HDMI interface, which enables a high-end digital connection between A/V devices. You can use it to connect to devices like DVD players, receivers, and HDTV set-top boxes for exceptional image quality and clear, lifelike audio.

What's in the Box
Widescreen flat-panel LCD TV, remote control, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 26-inch HDTV-ready widescreen flat-panel LCD TV; measures 33.2 x 18.8 x 5.4 inches (W x H x D)
  • 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio and 1280 x 768 resolution
  • Parental control, multilingual menus, and closed captioning
  • Connections include 2 S-video, 2 composite video, 2 component video, audio line in and out, headphone jack, and HDMI interface
  • True surround sound and four built-in speakers for 40 watts total output

148. Panasonic Pro AG-DV2500 Proline DV/Mini-DV Recorder
list price: $1,995.95
our price: $1,599.95
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Asin: B0002K6RIM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 16312
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149. Panasonic KXTM100B 15 Minute All Digital Answering Machine
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00000J53X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Moore Company
Sales Rank: 3003
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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The Panasonic KXTM100B is an all-digital answering machine with 15minutes of recording time. It uses a microchip to handle messages for quiet,easy operation. It incorporates advanced microchip technology for improved voicerecording quality over previous models. It also includes a toll-saver functionfor when you're checking messages from a remote location--the system will answeron the first ring only if you have new messages. If not, you can hang up andavoid toll charges. Tone remote control lets you control the greeting message,all-message playback, and individual erase using a touch-tone phone. ... Read more

Features

  • All-digital-recording answering machine with 15 minutes of recording time
  • Time/day stamp
  • Remote access lets you check messages while away from home
  • Skip and repeat functions
  • LCD readout shows the number of messages received

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor sound quality
I bought this machine to replace a broken AT&T product. I have found the reliability of GE and AT&T answering machines low (none has lasted more than 2 years), and I chose the Panasonic based on Amazon recommendations and the brand name.

It has been a disappointment. The most serious problem is tge poor sound quality: much worse that the one it replaced, so much that I cannot decipher several messages.

The ergonomics are also inferior to my previous answering machines. The most common functions ("play new messages", "erase", etc) use small buttons, lined among other functions; the LED display is very dark; etc.

This product is not worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
I bought this machine over two years ago and have had no problems with it. It was definately worth the money!

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk Machine!
This answering machine is junk. The sound quality is so poor I am embarrassed to use this machine. When an incoming call is received, my recorded greeting will not activate-the phone will ring several times but the greeting will not answer the call. Yes, I have checked the settings or functions on the machine. Moreover, I bought this machine on the Panasonic name alone. It was a mistake. Look elsewhere for an answering machine, my fellow buyers.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but flawed.
I love panasonic phone stuff but found this answering machine flawed. The voice that indicates time and date is recorded too low compared to the recorded messages. Everything else works as advertised. ... Read more


150. Panasonic PVGS12 Digital Palmcorder MultiCam Camcorder w/20x Optical Zoom
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0001DB6JU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 959
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Blending innovative technologies with new, simple-to-operate controls, Panasonic's PV-GS12 camcorder is an affordable entry into digital video with powerful features. Panasonic continues to innovate, adding more optical zoom capability while reducing the overall size. This MiniDV camcorder features a 20x optical zoom, ultra-fast 1.3-second start-up time, SD memory card slot for digital stills, and webcam capability.

Optics
The PV-GS12 is equipped with a 1/6-inch, 680,000-pixel CCD and 20x optical zoom It also features a 800x digital zoom that allows you to zoom in on incredible close-ups.

Digital Stills
In addition to shooting video, the PV-GS12 can also capture digital still images up to 640 x 480 pixels--good for sending photos to friends and family over e-mail or posting to your Web site. They are stored to the Secure Digital (SD)/MultiMedia (MMC) memory card slot. The Direct Mode Dial can be used in digital still mode lets you quickly select the desired digital camera mode, such as Record, Playback, Card Record, or Card Playback.

More Features
The 2.5-inch LCD screencan be opened a full 120 degrees away from the camcorder's body, making it easier to view motion images as theyÕre being captured.

The Quick Start feature enables the PV-GS12 to begin taping 1.3 seconds after turning the power on so those unexpectedÊmoments wonÕt be missed.ÊAfter pressing the Quick Start button, the camcorder will bring up the previous settings that you were shooting with--even if they were manually entered.

The Soft Skin Detail function detects the different skin tones being recorded and softens the focus to create a realistic blend.

Other features include:

  • The image-enhancing MagicPix feature allows for rich videos under low-light conditions.
  • Digital Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) helps take the jitter out of hand-held video recording and compensate for unintentional hand and camcorder movement.
  • Web cam capability, which is ideal for video conferencing with friends or family, or use as a simple monitoring device when consumers are away from home.
  • The unsnapping hand strap doubles as wrist loops, enabling you to carry the camcorder like a small bag or purse.
  • Black and white viewfinder

Inputs and Outputs
The PV-GS12 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, and it is highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. With up to 540 lines of horizontal resolution and minimum color noise, MiniDV delivers a 2 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. ... Read more

Features

  • Digital Palmcorder MultiCam camcorder and digital still camera with 680,000-pixel CCD
  • 20x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 800x) and image stabilizer
  • 2.5-inch rotating LCD and black-and-white viewfinder
  • Low-light recording settings and built-in LED color enhancement light
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery pack lasts for up to 1 hour and 15 minutes

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoying it so far
Enjoying the camcorder so far. Got a multi-card reader (to ease up on the battery usage on my digital, too) and getting the stills off the camera is a breeze. Computer recognized it right away as a removable drive. Had a Dazzle set up for the old analog camcorder and the Panasonic hooked right up to it, video on computer looks great. Lowlight is a touch grainy but still better than my old Sharp viewcam.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera BUT... NO SOFTWARE INCLUDED
I would recommend the camera's video quality and nicely put operating controls, even thought there is an inconvenience with the camera's external light button that it would be better placed on the outside of the camera, not inside where the LCD panel closes and forcing you to open it each time you want to activate the light and some useful controls when trying to only use the ViewFinder to maximize battery use. THE very drawback on this model is the lack of any editing software and USB cables. And be advised that Panasonic doesn't offer any free software not even PC drivers for letting you use any other software to control the camera.... you must buy them and wait months to arrive because they are always "backorder"... if you don't intend to hook it up right away with a Computer, it's a nice camcorder with many included extras other cameras have as options but no software is just a pain in the butt....

4-0 out of 5 stars First Mini dv camcorder for me
I BOUGHT THIS CAMCORDER AT CIRCUIT CITY IT HAD GREAT FEATURES AND WHEN I OPENED THE BOX THERE WAS NO SOFTWARE(AND I CANT STILL FIND NONE) AND NO SB CABLE WHICH REALLY DISAPPOINTED ME I FOUND OUT THAT THE NEWER MODEL OF THE PV-GS SEREIS SUPPORTED THESE.ANYWAYZ ITS A GREAT CAMCORDER AND FOR CAPTURING STILL PHOTS U NEED TO BUY AND SD CARD(NOT INCLUDED IN THE BOX)

PANASONIC U HAVE FALIED ME

2-0 out of 5 stars First MiniDV and very unimpressed
Puchased this from Circut City at an open box buy of $330. Let me just say do your research on review sites and only pick the best rated ones. Video quality is very grainy. Indoors with the LED light is very choppy and takes forever to auto-focus in. The zoom is great for reaching out and touching someone. That's the only reason I gave it two stars. I wouldn't say I'd stay away from Panasonic's. But if I was to purchase one, it would probably be there 3 MegaPixel one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Will not buy Panasonic again!!!!!!
Come on Panasonic, you say in your advertisement that the DV Camera can be used as a Webcam and images can also be transferred through the USB port. OK, I realized that the USB cable was extra (not happy about that), but to not supply a software driver in the box or on your website. You got to be kidding!!!!!

I once considered Panasonic as a premier brand but will look elsewhere for future purchases. ... Read more


151. Panasonic KX-TS3282W 2-Line Corded Speakerphone with Caller ID and Intercom (White)
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00009MVHE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8143
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Descriptionq

Panasonic's KX-TS3282W two-line integrated cordless phone system offers a convenient solution to small-office telephone needs. With its flexible extension numbering, built in data port, and included four-wire phone cord (two-wire cord also included), the KX-TS3282W also houses convenient business features, such as three-way conferencing, speakerphone capability, and support for an optional headset. It can expand as your needs grow, up to eight stations.

This model supports caller ID with call waiting (with subscription through your local phone company) and stores caller information in the 50 name-and-number memory. Enjoy the benefits of programmable speed dial and one-touch dialing, as well as call transfer, hold, mute, and intercom. Security features include call restriction and dial lock, and the KX-TS3282W even offers programmable ringer patterns that can be assigned to specific extensions for easy, audible identification.

What's in the Box
KX-TS3282W base unit and handset, handset cord, one four-wire phone line cord, one two-wire phone line cord, AC power adapter, three AA batteries, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2-line corded integrated phone system, PBX compatible
  • Supports caller ID with call waiting, 50 name-and-number memory
  • Integrated speakerphone, 3-way conferencing
  • Flexible extension numbering; data port; large 3-line LCD with clock
  • Dial lock, call restriction, wall mountable

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars misleading LCD feature
This phone was listed with LCD features but not suitable for my needs.It was shipped by Beach Audio.Contacted Beach to convey my disappointment and return the telephone.I was required to go through ridiculous red tape procedures plus $10.20 shipping and "required insurance" I purchased this phone on Nov 17, 2003 and returned it on Nov. 23,2003.My visa was originally billed for $94.85including shipping&handling.I paid a total of $105.50.Until I called today there was no credit on my Visa.BeachAudio is allowing me $79.52. This is highway robbery.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great phone
I recently purchased two of these phones for my office to replace two very disapointing GE models, as soon as I had them set up, I immediately bought a third for my home. It might seem to be a minor detail, but even the batteries were included. The hands free feature is excellent, programming is a snap and fairly customisable, the intercom is great, it's expandable up to eight extensions, great sound quality all around. I hope that panasonic will make a cordless model that is compatible with this system. ... Read more


152. Panasonic KX-TC1486B 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Black)
list price: $39.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001P5482
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 416
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's KX-TC1486B cordless phone offers 900 MHz analog signal transmission plus 40-channel autoscanning for great-sounding calls. Ready for caller ID with call waiting, the KX-TC1486B is able to store up to 40 names and numbers, accessible through the handset's 3-line backlit LCD. It also offers 10 programmable speed dial locations for easy one-touch dialing, plus convenient features including flash, redial, and desk or wall mounting.

The KX-TC1486B cordless telephone combines quality, affordability, and ease of use. 900 MHz technology has been refined over the years to assures excellent sound quality and extended range. Caller ID lets you know who's calling, even if you're currently on another call.

Features:

  • Call waiting caller ID. See the name and phone number of incoming calls even while talking on another call.
  • 40-station caller ID memory and dialer. The handset can store up to 40 callers' names and phone numbers, with call-back capability.
  • Multifunction backlit three-line LCD display on handset. The 3-line LCD shows each caller's complete information without additional scrolling. Backlighting greatly aids visibility even in low light.
  • 40-channel autoscanning. The phone automatically selects the channel with the least interference in order to provide the best sound.
  • 10-station speed dialing. You can store up to 10 numbers for convenient speed-dialing.
  • Reversible handset charging. You can see the LCD while the handset is charging.
  • Wall mountable. Easily convert from desktop placement to wall mounting.
What's in the Box
KX-TC1486B cordless phone base, handset, phone line cord, AC power adapter, battery pack, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog signal, 40-channel autoscanning
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 40-name-and-number memory
  • 10 programmable speed dial locations
  • 3-line backlit LCD display on handset
  • Reversible handset charging; desk or wall-mountable

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars You can't always believe the consumer reports (reviews)
I always search the consumer websites and read reviews before I purchase most items. This phone was highly rated and ended up being my choice. Shortly after using the phone, it started "acting up." I would answer the phone when it rang and found nobody on the other end of the line. I would say, "Hello, Hello?" My callers would subsequently get through to me and say that they could hear me, even though I couldn't hear them. Panasonic has always been a preferred brand in my mind; however, this product misses the mark. ... Read more


153. Panasonic RXFT530 Mini AM/FM Stereo Radio Dual Cassette Recorder
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00004T1XD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 13955
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's RX-FT530 AM/FM cassette recorder has a two-way, four-speakersystem for dynamic sound. The result is rich bass, clear middle to high tonesand continuous tone control. The cassette player has two cassette decks. Thesecond deck features one-touch and follow-up recording. The built-in condensermicrophone allows for room recording. The AM/FM stereo tuner has an LED FMstereo indicator and stereo/mono switch. The Panasonic RX-FT530 includes CD/linejacks for an optional CD player and comes with an AC adapter. It will also runon six D-size batteries for portable use. Slim styling adds to its portabilityand use. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable AM/FM cassette recorder
  • 2-way 4-speaker system for dynamic sound
  • 2 soft-eject cassette decks; deck 2 with one-touch and follow-up recording
  • CD/line-in jack for an optional CD player
  • Built-in condenser microphone for room recording

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Clear As A Bell
I've had this product for over ten years. Right from the start I knew it was going to be a hit with me. Why? Because the recording quality was as clear as a bell. So many other recorders I'd tried, (whether boomboxes or cassette recorders) had lots of tape hiss and the voice sounded far away and music was unclear.

The sound quality of this boombox is outstanding.

And since I am an fmdx enthusiast I was impressed with the ability to pick up stations from far away.

I've recommended this product to my friends, and now I'm recommending it to you. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars exceptional for general purpose and voice recording
This cassette deck is very reliable and more durable than most of the fancier models from other brands. Panasonic has always made dependable goods. It has support for a CD player or a game machine(I hooked it to my SNES and recorded music from Drakkhen and Super Ghosts'n Ghouls-good music for a game) mainly I use it for voice recording and dubbing tapes and CD's. It is also great to listen to audiodramas on tape or books on tape. this dual deck is 5 stars and no less!

4-0 out of 5 stars Portable Cassette Recorder
We have had several Panasonic models of this type of product in the last fifteen years. This particular model has been very reliable and easy to use. We use it to record class room instructions and to play music for dance lessons and to dub practice tapes. ... Read more


154. Panasonic PV-27DF64 27" Flat Screen TV / DVD Combo
list price: $449.95
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Asin: B0001WV70E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 9033
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's PV-27DF64 brings together everything you need for the ultimate in digital video enjoyment. The PV-27DF64 features a 27-inch Panasonic PureFlat screen that minimizes reflections and distortion and provides sharp images and excellent detail. Its two-line digital comb filter minimizes dot crawl and cross-color interference.

The PV-27DF64's built-in DVD player delivers brilliant, high-resolution video images--twice as sharp as a VHS tape--and theater-quality audio. In addition to watching DVD movies, the DVD player is compatible with DVD-RAM, DVD-R, and CD-R/RW discs as well as MP3 digital audio and JPEG image files. It's equipped with Dolby Digital and DTS outputs so you can connect it to a surround-decoding audio/video receiver and surround speaker system for mind-blowing home theater sound.

This DVD player also features fast, smooth-motion scanning (in five speeds up to 100x normal), picture zoom, and auto switching field/frame still. Depending on the content of the disc, it's possible to select from up to 8 different language soundtracks, 32 subtitle languages, and multiple camera angles.

Other TV features include built-in stereo speakers (5 watts per channel), virtual surround sound, a built-in FM radio, and the "ready-to-play" feature, with which the combo will automatically set its own clock and local channels as soon as you plug it in.

What's in the Box
Panasonic PV-27DF64 DVD/TV combo, remote control, 2 AA batteries, AC power cord, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • TV/DVD combination with 27-inch Tau PureFlat picture tube
  • Offers DVD-Video, MP3/WMA CD, JPEG CD, and DVD-R playback
  • 5-speed smooth-motion scanning (up to 100x)
  • Optical digital-audio output lets you hook the set up with surround decoding
  • A/V receiver and 6-speaker surround system

155. Panasonic KX-TG5431S 5.8 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Answering System (Silver/White)
list price: $79.95
our price: $79.95
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Asin: B0007QM8BG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 14558
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 50-station phone book; flash, redial, and hold functions
  • 2 downloadable ring options, 3 tones, 4 melodies
  • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
  • All-digital answering system
  • Caller ID/call waiting, 50-call memory and dialer

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great phone except for annoying echo
Everything about this phone was just fantastic (great, easy to use phonebook, nicely placed buttons, easy to use without ever looking at the instructions, downloadable ringtones - for a fee, small base)except that for the first 5 - 10 seconds when answering any call there was an echo - like feedback. Called Panasonic (great customer service by phone, however very slow to answer email) and they had me try several things - they didn't work. They said this problem was unusual so we exchanged the phone for another. Same problem. Ended up with a Uniden TRU8885 - so far it is just as good though the buttons are smaller and not quite as convenient. ... Read more


156. Panasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder Multicam Camcorder with 2.5" LCD
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008GK6V
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1449
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The compact Panasonic PV-DV53 MiniDV camcorder is an affordable way to enter into the world of digital video. It features a 10x optical zoom, 700x digital zoom, built-in light, and 2.5-inch LCD.

Optics
The PV-DV53 offers a 680K pixel CCD providing crisp, sharp pictures. Shooting from far distances is no problem with the PV-DV73's 10x optical zoom and 700x digital zoom. With Panasonic's introduction of Dual D-EIS (digital electronic image stabilization), you can use this same technology in both the record and playback modes to remove additional jitter from previously recorded video.

Digital Stills
The PV-DV53 still can capture digital still images and store them on the MiniDV tape. You can then use Panasonic's PhotoVu serial connection to transfer images to your PC.

More Features
The cinema mode enables you to record video in wide screen mode, giving you a 16:9 aspect ratio that's the same as a movie screen. When played back on a television the result is dramatic looking cinema-like movies at home.

The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video you're recording. The still image is taken using the PhotoShot digital still feature and appears on the right side of the video you're recording. The video and miniaturized still shot then appear together during playback

Other features include:

  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • Electronic Image Stabilazation to correct camera shaking, giving you smooth and stable pictures.

Inputs and Outputs
The PV-DV53 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3.5 x 2.9 x 7.1 inches and weighs 1.3 pounds. This package includes the PV-DV53 camcorder, CARD LINK PhotoVu Link, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable (mini-3 RCA), serial cable, remote control, lens cap, and CD-ROM with digital still and video editing software. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder with 10x optical and 700x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 680K pixel resolution
  • 2.5-inch color, swivel LCD, B&W viewfinder, cinema mode
  • Digital still mode saves images to tape
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); serial connection transfer for stills

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars 96K effective resolution
the effective resolution of this camera is 96K, which is worse than most Hi-8 cameras. it supposedly has a 1/4 CCD with 680K gross, but this is probably myth. do not believe anything you see on camcorderinfo.com about this camera.
if you ever had a Hi-8 you would be greatly disappointed by the quality, although you can still recognize the face of your wife and the color of her dress. not much more though.
Panasonic do not disclose the effective resolution or the gross of this camera just to trick people who think miniDV means good quality.

4-0 out of 5 stars DARN GOOD CAMERA -- FOR THE MONEY
Last year, I needed a SMALL, light, portable, tough, inexpensive, mini-DV camera to schlep around Croatia and Hungary -- during the hot summer. Trains, planes, and buses bumped myPanasonic PVDV53 MiniDV Palmcorder along --which took GREAT (!!!) motion pictures. I wrote" motion" because I practically never used the still digital capability. NOTE: The battery charger is 115v-220v/60Hz-50Hz compatible (but you'll need a $5 adapter for the plug to hook it up with European sockets.

For me, one big drawback was that there is no thread in the object lens in which to add filters, wide angle or telephoto lenses. Also, the computer linkages is only good for stills. When the miniDV is transferred to VHS (through a VCR with digital inputs -- most good ones have them) I managed to get excellent videos out of them, suitable for shipping to relatives.

You'll need to get a bigger battery than the standard one which can perhaps give you 30 minutes of shooting when fully charged. I picked up a 3 hour battery (by searching online -- I think it was sold NEW at eBay for about $50).

In my opinion, this is about the best, most versatile camera that you can get for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great deal on a DV
I got this DV Camera to tape some old Super-8 movies for conversion to DVD. Thanks to the low light performance and image stabiliaztion it did a great job. Then I shot some footage on the Santa Monica Pier and it did great in daylight as well. So for a low cost video camera you can't beat it. It's not a digital camera though go buy one if you want that. Still no firewire cable was a let down but you can get them cheap look for a 4-6 pin cable and get it hooked up for computer fun!

4-0 out of 5 stars decent minidv camcorder for the money
This "southwestconsumer" (sdclark12) wrote over 100 piece of reviews with exactly the same contents and rating against various Panasonic products. This is a person full of hatred towards Panasonic. His reviews have nothing to do with a particular Panasonic product.

4-0 out of 5 stars A camera it's not!
We love this camcorder. It's got great picture quality, even in low light, and lots of featuers. Price is great, too.

However, it isn't a camera. We owned a VHS-C Panasonic camcorder that took picutres as files on an SD card. This one takes "pictures" by recording a seven second still image directly onto your tape. You then have to "play" your movie, uh, picture, into the computer, which can convert the video into a still picture. Of course, your pictures could be spread out all over a 90 minute tape.

The real kicker is, the crummy serial cable and software isn't even included.

I'd call it deceptive advertising, to say the least. ... Read more


157. Panasonic PV-V4524S 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR (Silver)
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001JXAMA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 808
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Play your favorite movies and easily record your must-see TV programs with the Panasonic PV-V4524S four-head, hi-fi VCR. It features front A/V inputs, recording capability for eight events in one month, 181-channel TV/CATV tuner, and rapid rewind/forward function.

The Index Search feature places a signal on the videotape control track at the beginning of each program you record, allowing you to quickly access different programs on the same tape by entering the corresponding one through nine keys on your remote. During playback, you can also skip unwanted scenes or commercials by simply pressing a single button on the remote control. The tape is advances in one-, two-, or three-minute increments.

The tape position display shows an onscreen icon that depicts your current position on the tape, giving you an accurate indication of the remaining tape length. This feature can be accessed when a tape is inserted for recording or is already in the process of recording.

Other features include auto clock set with 24-hour backup and trilingual onscreen display for onscreen programming instructions in English, Spanish or French.

Tech Talk

  • Four-head VCR: A VCR requires two video heads to record a picture. With four heads, a VCR can perform special effects like slow motion and freeze frame, and it is optimized for recording and playback in both the SP (two-hour) and SLP (six-hour) modes. You'll also get a better picture from rental videos with a four-head VCR.
  • Hi-fi VHS: The standard VHX format with Dolby Surround Pro-Logic encoded in the stereo audio channels, which produces near CD-quality sound. You'll need an A/V receiver with Dolby Surround Pro-Logic decoding to take full advantage of this feature.
What's in the Box
Panasonic PV-V4524S VCR, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • 4-head, hi-fi VCR with commercial skip; measures 14.2 x 3.7 x9.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Tape position display shows an onscreen icon that depicts your current position on the tape
  • Recording capability for 8 events in 1 month, 181-channel TV/CATV tuner
  • Front and back A/V inputs, RF input
  • Includes remote control

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest value for recording
Yes, the world is going digital and VCR's are quickly becoming dinosaurs. In fact, this most likely will be my last one. Why am I buying a new VCR in 2004 ? Simple, I needed something to record my sports & TV shows and I simply couldn't beat the value of a Hi-Fi VCR. I bought this model at a local retailer for 60$!! Amazon's price (58$) wasn't enough of a discount for me to want to wait for the shipping, sorry amazon. DVR's are nice, but I didnt want to pay a monthly fee (60-156$/yr.). DVD recorders are clearly the future, especially those w/ built-in hard drives, but are still way overpriced (350$+). I'll be patient and wait until they become affordable. I researched VCR's are found a nice Sony model(SLVN750), but it was 20$ more(80$). Sony's have always seemed overpriced. That model was actually the most expensive Hi-Fi VCR I found out there.
Anyways, I've always liked Panasonic and have been satisfied with their products before. In fact, Panasonic is #1 in terms of reliablity for VCR's. I won't try to compare the picture between VCRs(analog) and DVDs(digital). I'll just say that the picture is acceptable. The sound from playback on a Hi-Fi (stereo/2 channel) VCR is actually quite good, I was impressed. Make sure you use the RCA(composite) inputs. I'd actually recommend Monster Cable RCA's - they are spendy yes, but worth it. Panasonic offers a similiar, slighty more expensive model to this one, the #PV-V4624S, the main differences are that one is wider and offers a "light tower" remote. S-VHS(or Super VHS) machines are nice because they offer higher resolution(and an S-Video out), however they are 3X + the price of a Hi-Fi 4 head model and I couldn't justify spending that much on a VCR.
Some things I like about this model are it has a very small remote, commercial skip button (1,2,or 3 min. fast forward), it features auto clock set, on-screen programming, energy star, universal remote (for VCR & TV only), memory back-up, front inputs, 1 year warranty(90 day labor). My complaints are: the design of the sides and back are now plastic instead of metal, guess Panasonic is trying to cut costs. Also, I wish this one was available in black as all of my other A/V electronics are. This thing is fast at rewinding too! We are talking mere seconds! SP & SLP recording only... whatever happened to LP mode? Doesn't matter to me, I always use SP anyways(better picture & sound). In closing, VCRs are still the most versatile and inexpensive way to play, record, and keep videos, even in 2004! I recommend this product to those also looking for an alternative to record

1-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic? NEVER AGAIN!!
The timer recording DOESN'T WORK about 50% of the time! How can I trust it to record a show when I'm away? and that's the whole reason I bought the damn thing! Also, most of the time it has problems ejecting the tape!
Some people say that it's good for the money... I think that VCRs are a thing from the past and the prices should be even lower. "good for the money" is not an excuse for selling this piece of junk for 60 bucks. I thought that this is going to be the last time I buy a VCR... now I definately know it's the last time I buy a Panasonic product!

3-0 out of 5 stars Headache
I got eyestrain and a headache from watching tv through the vcr as
well as tapes made from it.
Returned it for a Mitsubishi.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Basic VCR
Has all the basic features that you need in a VCR. Worked fine so far.
I have always liked Panasonic for its reliability.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beware VCRs with only 1 audio plug
This Panasonic has both left and right audio plugs, so the sound is excellent!!!!! Much better than my Sharp VCR which had only 1 audio plug.

If you are searching for a low-price VCR, do not get suckered into buying one that has only 1 audio plug. With such a VCR, you will not hear minor high-pitched background sounds. Like glass breaking, or an object shattering.

Also beware of advertisements for some decks that claim to have superior picture quality. That is just false advertisement. All decks are currently made with the same video technology, that means that ALL VCRs HAVE THE EXACT SAME PICTURE QUALITY. So you do not need to spend extra money on some fancy brand name. ... Read more


158. Panasonic KX-TG2302B 2.4 GHz DSS Big-Button Cordless Phone (Black)
list price: $39.95
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B0001P547S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1030
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's KX-TG2302B cordless phone was designed for users with common vision impairments. With extra-large buttons (more than twice the size of normal ones) and an illuminated keypad, the phone also features a large handset locator button on the phone's base.

The KX-TG2302B utilizes 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum technology for reduced interference and improved range and clarity. Plus, Voice Enhancer technology better reproduces the full range of the human voice. Additional features include handset speakerphone, headset compatibility, adjustable ringer volume, and wall mounting capability. The phone also comes with a belt clip and shoulder rest attachment to relieve fatigue.

What's in the Box
KX-TG2302B cordless phone base, handset, AC power adapter, phone line cord, shoulder rest attachment, belt clip, NiMH battery, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4GHz FHSS Cordless Phone
  • Big Buttons Lighted Keypad
  • Headset Speaker Phone
  • Voice Enhancer Technology
  • Visual Ringer/Handset Locator

159. Panasonic DVD-LS5 Portable DVD Player
by Panasonic
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0000AINEH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 9982
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Panasonic's DVD-LS5 offers the versatility of a portable DVD player alongside the performance of a sophisticated home-theater component--and you can use it as both. The player handles DVD-Video, high-resolution DVD-Audio, DVD-R, and DVD-RAM playback, as well as standard and recordable audio CDs, including MP3- and WMA-encoded discs. Its slender, 1-inch chassis holds a 5-inch widescreen (16:9) liquid-crystal display and a built-in rechargeable battery good for about 2.5 hours between charges.

Designed to take full advantage of both audio and traditional video DVD formats, the DVD-LS5 delivers the super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound of DVD-Audio. DVD-Audio software titles offer classic music titles in both multichannel and stereo, though be aware that this model plays discs in stereo only. Most DVD-A discs have compressed Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1 surround tracks, however; these can be passed through the unit's digital-audio output to a compatible surround receiver and speaker system.

Audio features also include DTS and Dolby Digital passthrough, built-in stereo speakers, and Panasonic's Dialogue Enhancer for DVD movie viewing. Advanced Surround Sound (VSS) simulates surround effects from any two speakers or from headphones.

Cinema Mode reduces the detrimental effects of screen glare from ambient light, rendering cinematic colors in pictures that are gentle on the eyes. Further, Cinema Mode improves the visibility of details in dark scenes by automatically adjusting picture contrast.

This player is HighMAT compatible. High-Performance Media Access Technology is a standard co-developed by Panasonic and Microsoft to improve interoperability for digital media programming between PCs and electronics devices. HighMAT provides an efficient method for arranging digital photo, music, and video collections on recordable media.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, AC adapter, audio/video cables, rechargeable battery pack, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable widescreen DVD-Video and DVD-Audio player with 5-inch LCD screen and built-in stereo speakers
  • Plays DVD-R, DVD-RAM, CD, and recordable MP3/WMA CDs
  • Multichannel optical digital-audio outputs with DVD-Audio, DTS, and Dolby Digital surround passthrough
  • VSS virtual surround and headphone surround simulate surround sound from two channels
  • Dialogue Enhancer, 2.5 hours battery life from included rechargeable battery; remote control included

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Deserves five stars
Compared to the Chinese imports (Apex, Initial, Cyberhome, etc.), the Panasonic DVD-LS5 is definitely a premium model, and both the price and quality show. If you just want to watch DVDs on the road and don't mind teeny sound or blocky images, the low-end models will serve you well. In fact I love my 8-inch Initial. On the other hand, if you want to truly enjoy a mobile DVD experience, you gotta buy this product.

Better styling and build quality aside, the Panasonic has at least three significant advantages over non-Japanese players: 1) the screen is clearer and offers better viewing angles horizontally, so you can share the joy of DVD with another person; 2) the sound is just incredibly loud for a small player like this, unlike the low-end players -- in fact it feels almost like surround sound in a quiet room; 3) the tilting mechansim is really cool and allows you to adjust the screen angle freely.

The battery snaps to the back (and raises the player a bit) and offers a little over 2 hours of viewing pleasure. All considered, the Panasonic player is also much more portable than the other ones; even with the battery installed we are talking something you can just grab and watch, as opposed to carrying in two hands.

Is the Panasonic worth the extra money over the other players? I definitely think so.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Essence of Being Portable
I spent hours and hours searching for a portable DVD player and got caught up with everything from price and size to functionality. Let's face it, every feature comes with a trade off and, for me at least, the primary function of a portable DVD player is to BE PORTABLE. The Panasonic DVD-LS5 really delivers.

I looked at all the high end models including the Panasonic DVD-LA95 and the Samsung 10 inch model. All were great but none of them had much in the way of battery life. Usually 2 hours or a bit more. Extra batteries were either very expensive and/or hard to find. The DVD-LS5 is also just over two hours but the batteries are way cheaper.

I was happy to see that the replacement/extra batteries for this unit are easy to find and don't make a major dent on the wallet. The 5 inch screen looked small from the spec sheet but when you see it next to other models at 7 and even 9 inches you can see how rich and clear the picture is. I was amazed to see the clarity with no noticable ghosting or jaggies even when watching high action films. Bigger isn't always better. I found eystrain looking at some of the larger ones for the same money that were not as crisp.

I'll post again later once I have had more time to use the player but the features on the machine are great. It even played DVD+RW! Output to a TV is good but I will have to get the S Video cable to see how nice it really looks. It also has a dual analog/optical out port for sound so you can get surround sound if you have the system to support it. I think it is stereo only via headphones or analog output.

I think Panasonic really has the best line of players out there and with the prices coming down they are fantastic tag along entertainment for the weary train, bus or air traveller. One suggestion is to get a good set of headphones. Preferably one with an isolater to keep out ambient noise. The built in speakers are very good compared with other models but you'll want the quality and privacy of a good headset. I am sure folks around you will agree.

I am going to buy a bunch of batteries cause I am road warrior and can't handle a player that has no battery backup. It is small, easy to cary, anything but flimsy and won't run out of juice with the extra batteries <-- that you can actually find and don't weigh like bricks.

Kudos to Panasonic!

4-0 out of 5 stars great in every way except very small screen
I recently purchased this player at CC for 219 after rebate. It measures up in every way except one. The small screen size. I was very impressed with the quality of the build, the image, the sound, the controls, but I have a hard time enjoying movies or jpgs on such a small screen. I am a big Toshiba fan. I had a chance to try the 7" Toshiba. This little Panasonic player seemed far superior in evry way. I just can't get be happy with a small screen. I will wait for the release of the new Panasonic 7"

5-0 out of 5 stars Who says size matters?
The Small, but perfectly formed Panasonic DVD-LS5 Portable was purchased about 4 months ago for a ridiculously small price - it was an opportunist buy, completely unplanned. So when the post-purchase guilt kicked in, I was ready to send it back, but i've been won over!!
This machine has everything, all the features you'd expect from a much larger quality DVD Player and more! its even got a couple of sockets for the sound jacks - so two can listen! the picture quality is superb on the 5 inch screen, not brilliant from a distance, but lay it in front of you on a plane and you'll hardly notice the size.

My only problem - is the accessories - I purchased an extra battery, but not a panasonic! mainly because the extended life batteries are no longer made by Panasonic (Shucks) - also the carry case for this player is the size of a laptop case! what gives? anyway if you want a super douper player - this is the one for you.

Oh and Caselogic do a nice sized bag, and there are plenty of Generic extended life batteries out there.

Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!!
I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say is WOW!!!!

This is probably the best purchase I have ever made. This thing is everything I ever expected and more!! It's easy to use as well - even my wife can operate it!

I have to say, everyone out there who is thinking of buying this, stop thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I GUARANTEE IT!!! ... Read more


160. Panasonic KX-TS105W Corded Speakerphone (White)
list price: $44.99
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Asin: B000069LIG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 4191
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Panasonic KX-TS105W corded phone combines flexible features, sturdy construction, and a value price. A 10-number speed dial allows you to program the most frequently used numbers into the phone and dial them with the touch of a button. The speakerphone allows you to talk without having to touch the handset; a headset jack offers an additional hands-free conversation option. A data port is integrated into the base, and dial lock and call restrictions are easily programmable, making this an excellent phone for family or home-office use.

Handset and speakerphone controls allow you to adjust volume levels to your liking (the speakerphone has eight levels; the handset/headset has four), while a ringer control lets you set the ringer to off, low, or high. A flash button provides access to call waiting, and the redial feature allows you to quickly call the last outgoing number. Tone and pulse dialing modes are included. Wall-mountable, the Panasonic KX-TS105W supplies a wall mount bracket in the box, and comes backed by a one-year warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Base, handset, owner's manual, wall mount bracket, modular coil cord, one long telephone line cord, quick reference guide, warranty card ... Read more

Features

  • Single-line corded phone
  • 10-station speed dialing
  • Hands-free speakerphone with 8-level volume control
  • 3-level ringer volume, 4-level handset/headset volume
  • Wall mountable; 1-year warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars PANASONIC KX-TS105W
Nice well designed phone. Very easy to program. Takes 3 AA batteries for memory presets. I purchased two of these phones, one for my grandparents who promptly dropped the phone on the kitchen floor ejecting the batteries thereby erasing all the pre-programmed numbers that I had entered. Battery cover needs to be taped down to prevent this, as battery cover does not close well (Panasonic could have designed a better battery cover into this phone as they have with other models).

Phone has nicely sized buttons, loud ringer and well functioning speakerphone feature as well as a headset jack. Receiver cord is a bit short but can easily be replaced with a longer one. Will review again as the phones age. ... Read more


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