Looking for ideas for nice home phone system

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I’m looking for ideas for building a innovative, powerful home phone system. Something that does voicemail well, integrates cell phones into the house system, etc.

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I know there are a lot of details that need to be discussed, but lets leave it at that for now.

What is everyone doing ?

Thanks !

 

6 thoughts on - Looking for ideas for nice home phone system

  • Everything you mention for the NEC
    system is available with the 824
    but the Lan/Wan programming. In fact on
    the 824 every port (to a
    system max of 24) or analog as well as
    proprietary. Support upto 4
    doors with a chime and external relay
    (switch cameras etc).

  • C F wrote:
    Not quite – In addition to remote programming, the DSX series has single pair phones, and built in VM on a CF card. The 824 is an additional box.
    Also the DSX has a SIP gateway option that in addition to supporting remote SIP phones, with latest software supports SIP trunks
    The 824 also requires additional card(s) for CLID
    The analog/prop ports are a nice feature, and also allows both a prop Panasonic and POTS phone on a single extension
    I believe the 824 is also now MD, but some decent buys can be found in the used market.

    Any of the mentioned products would be a better solution for a newbee. Hang on the wall, do some quick programming, and forget it for the next 20 years, barring a power or lightning hit.
    No steep learning curve required. Certainly less expensive hardware

    John Novack

  • On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 5:21 PM, John Novack
    wrote:

    The 824 also supports single pair phones on EVERY jack. As well as
    their proprietary phones.
    The 824 supports 3 types of Voicemail. 1. Provider based voicemail. It
    will detect both FSK and stutter dial tone as a message indication and
    display message waiting on the inside phones. 2. Built in voicemail
    (called SVM). 3. external panasonic based voicemail (TVA50).

    Thats +1 for the DSX.

    Not out of the box, only if you add additional cards it needs a CLID
    card as well for those additional lines.

    What do you mean by MD?

    Exactly my point.