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Panasonic KX-TS4200 Using my speaker phone, everyone tells me I sound garbled, it cuts in and out. This happens on all lines and using the intercom system. Our carrier is Verizon and we have DSL on line #3 only and we have also placed a filter on that line. We have even swaped out that filter with another and put DSL filters on line 1,2, just in case. Line 4 is inactive at the monent. What up with this system? Thanks, Charles

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Try changing the extension numbers, separating them as much as possible - e.g. not 11, 12, 13.14 but say 12, 16, 20, 24. Not sure if this will help, but seems to have alleviated my problem - which only occurred on intercom connections. Extension differences are presumably just frequency differences, which could interfere with each other, or some other system.

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