Aastra 480e Single Line Analog Screenphone Charcoal




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  1. S. Leonel says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Cost/Benefit ratio!, January 12, 2007
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    S. Leonel (London, UK) –
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    Simply put, is the best full featured phone you can get at this price range (which is miles south of the likes of the Toshiba’s and Avaya’s of life). Unbelievable list of features and incredibly easy of use. Sound quality is second to none, the customization settings are very good and the construction is incredibly sturdy to be able to last the long life I would expect for office phone chores! My only complaint is the screen back light which could be more bright or at least be adjustable. Rather than that, is a great phone that will outdo and outlast any competitor in the same or even in higher price ranges.

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  2. Charles L. Mccomas says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    So far a solid performer in the home office, September 19, 2007
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    Charles L. Mccomas (Charlotte, NC USA) –
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    I bought this phone after using and liking the Meridian phones in my work office. Sound quality is hard to review since I am right next door to a AM radio station and have every phone in the house on a RF filter, but it is acceptable on the handset and speakerphone. Does not seem as sturdy as the Meridian phone, but it is not cheap feeling either. I miss the dedicated headset button that is on the Meridian. The Aastra has one key for both the speakerphone and headset. You program the button for the first push to be the speaker or headset.The large display is great and setting up entries in the directory is simple. My one grip is that you need a external amplifier to drive a headset even though this is advertised as headset compatable. Even the Plantronics web site says that this phone doesn’t need a amplifier, but trust me it does. This would have been a show stopper for me for purchasing, since I wanted to avoid more junk on my desktop. The phone has a power failure mode, so the phone will work with the AC power off, just the display and directory keys will not work

    Overall a good solid performer. The large caller ID display is a boon for my productivity as I can easily screen calls.

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