Question about Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone
One is an apple the other an orange. The 77xx series is analog it has 24 buttons, a smaller footprint than the 76xx series, and is compatible with the Ananlog Proprietary ports of a Panasonic system. 12 of the 24 buttons on the set are "personal feature" buttons, meaning they have no lights, but can be used to dial speed calls or paging.
The 76xx series is compatible only with the NEW digital systems TDA/TDE/NCP systems. It uses 1/4 the power of a 72/74xx digital set and has 24 working buttons. In addition, you can add a 12 button module to a 7633/36 to get 36 working buttons on a digital phone. THE PHONE IS NO LONGER MADE and was replaced by the DT3xx series.
A 7630 had no backlit display and cannot use the 12 button add on module or the USB module. There may be some phones still in the pipeline, and they should be going for a good price.
I think as far as price there was about a $12 wholesale difference in the comparable piece :-)
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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