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AT&T 1760 Digital Answering System with Caller ID

AT&T 1760 Digital Answering System with Caller IDBrand: AT&T
Category: CE

Buy Used: $69.99
as of 10/2/2014 11:28 CDT details

In Stock


Seller: Bolitics Books & Media

Color: Gray
Media: Office Product
Shipping Weight (lbs): 1.3
Dimensions (in): 4.8 x 6.8 x 2
Warranty: 1 year

MPN: 23152
Model: 1760
UPC: 048898231526
EAN: 0048898231526
ASIN: B00000JDJO

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Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 99-name-and-number memory
  • All-digital recording
  • Time-and-day stamp
  • Call screening
  • Menu-driven setup

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Editorial Reviews:

Product Description
Manufacturer's Part # 23152
This product is Brand New.

An answering machine is a life-saving devicecollecting important messages for you while your not at home - but with analogtape machines you run the risk of losing important messages with the tapebreaking down. Not so with this machine that's because it's all digital! Thismachine records up to 12 minutes of messages onto a computer chip.

Features:

  • 12 Minute Answering Machine
  • Compatible with type 2 caller ID (where available)
  • 64 name/number storage
  • Toll saver
  • Remote access
  • Message guard

This product is Brand New and comes with a 1 year warranty.



Amazon.com
Don't miss important calls just because you happen to be away from the phone. The AT&T 1760 records your incoming messages along with caller-ID information and the time and date. Plus, you get the convenience and reliability of all-digital tapeless technology.

Setting up the 1760 was easier than any other caller ID/tapeless answering device (TAD) we've reviewed. We just plugged in the AC adapter and the phone cord, pressed the Options buttons, and followed the on-screen menus. The clock was easy to set and the menus are so straightforward that we set up the home and local area codes for caller ID and got the TAD features working in less than five minutes.

The menus inform you, for example, that you can set the TAD to answer on one to seven rings or on two different toll-saver ringing options. We had to consult the manual only once, to verify that we had correctly reset the factory-prerecorded outgoing message.

In our tests, removing the AC power stopped the clock but did not erase our messages even after several hours; AT&T's Message Guard protects messages from power failures. The sound quality of our recorded messages was good but not perfect. All messages were clear but had "artifacts," apparently from data compression, just as we would expect for a TAD in this class. The 1760 can record up to 45 calls using data compression techniques.

If you want a simple answering device with caller ID/call waiting that offers the convenience of a tapeless design and easy setup, then we highly recommend the AT&T 1760.

Pros:

  • Easy menu-driven setup
  • Records up to 45 calls
  • 99-call history in caller ID

Cons:

  • Four-minute recording limit per message


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