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KX-TDA15 and Analogue lines

KX-TDA15 and Analogue lines

KX-TDA15 and Analogue lines

Hi all,

New here so be gentle lol.

I have previously installed Avaya systems and a couple of basic Panasonic systems, however the company I am currently working for want a new system and I have been looking at the KX-TDA15 unless someone else knows better.

I like the idea of the software setup on the KX-TDA, also the possibility of linking the system with our network for pc phone popup, they are currently using VOIP in a basic way with some Linksys router's between branches. They have 4 analogue lines at present and a ADSL line.

Does the KX-TDA15 support 4 incoming analogue lines ? I cannot find the definate answer from the blurb online.


RE: KX-TDA15 and Analogue lines

in short No the tda15 can only have 2 analogue lines.
you would be much better of looking at the NCP500 this can have up to 12 analogue lines or ISDN or PRI or SIP also you can get Call assistant for computer intergration with outlook which is far better than phone assistant.
i have the info up on my site Re:KXNCP500

here: http://www.vpi.ie/phone%20systems/Panasonic%20KXTNCP500%20phone%20system.html

have a look its a great system.

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