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RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

'Increased side tone' meaning hearing what is being picked up by your mouthpiece in the earpiece?

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From: owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org [mailto:owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org]On
Behalf Of Paul Warner
Sent: Monday, 1 March 2004 12:56 PM
To: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Subject: RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

At 10:49 AM 3/1/2004 +1300, Dave Hall wrote:

>More than willing to be corrected on this, but as the phone has changed,
>wouldn't you need to get it re-telepermitted?

It's no different from turning the volume up.  However finding the 
components that do that may be difficult and then there is the problem of 
increased side tone.  May make a noisy environment impossible to talk in..

Paul Warner

paul.warner <at> bigfoot.com

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ChrissyR | 1 Mar 02:33 2004
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Re: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

How is this a technical ADSL issue?

A 2 second search on Google comes up with this

http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/fs-1037/dir-033/_4843.htm

Look at the archives and read all your comments and other's comments
about not looking for the info yourself, not doing the appropriate 
research prior to posting and posting off topic.  There is heaps there and
all is relevant to your post.

Chrissy.

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From: "Fickling, Sam (Sam Fickling)" <sam.fickling <at> hp.com>
To: "ADSL (E-mail)" <adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org>
Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 1:51 PM
Subject: RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

> 'Increased side tone' meaning hearing what is being picked up by your mouthpiece in the earpiece?

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David Mill | 1 Mar 03:00 2004
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RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

Thanks for the info Chrissy.

With regards to the off-topic-ness of this thread my comment is that this
one of the most on-topic discussions that this list has had for a while.

It is regarding a technical issue which is related (only) to ADSL. It also
seems to be of direct interest to 5 or so members of the list, myself
included.

Dave 

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-adsl-chat <at> lists.unixathome.org
[mailto:owner-adsl-chat <at> lists.unixathome.org] On Behalf Of ChrissyR
Sent: Monday, 1 March 2004 2:34 p.m.
To: ADSL (E-mail); Chat ADSL
Subject: Re: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

How is this a technical ADSL issue?

A 2 second search on Google comes up with this

http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/fs-1037/dir-033/_4843.htm

Look at the archives and read all your comments and other's comments about
not looking for the info yourself, not doing the appropriate research prior
to posting and posting off topic.  There is heaps there and all is relevant
to your post.

Chrissy.
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Nick Rout | 1 Mar 03:01 2004
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Re: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

get this off the list *please*. its gone on too long form your own list.
mailto:peoplewithpanasonicphoneproblems <at> boring.com

On Mon, 1 Mar 2004 14:33:52 +1300
"ChrissyR" <ChrissyR <at> home.gen.nz> wrote:

> How is this a technical ADSL issue?
> 
> A 2 second search on Google comes up with this
> 
> http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/fs-1037/dir-033/_4843.htm
> 
> Look at the archives and read all your comments and other's comments
> about not looking for the info yourself, not doing the appropriate 
> research prior to posting and posting off topic.  There is heaps there and
> all is relevant to your post.
> 
> 
> Chrissy.
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Fickling, Sam (Sam Fickling)" <sam.fickling <at> hp.com>
> To: "ADSL (E-mail)" <adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org>
> Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 1:51 PM
> Subject: RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.
> 
> 
> > 'Increased side tone' meaning hearing what is being picked up by your mouthpiece in the earpiece?
> 
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RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

Hahaha.  Some people on this list need to take a really large chill pill.  Well, I suppose it IS a monday after all...

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org [mailto:owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org]On
Behalf Of Nick Rout
Sent: Monday, 1 March 2004 3:01 PM
To: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Subject: Re: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

get this off the list *please*. its gone on too long form your own list.
mailto:peoplewithpanasonicphoneproblems <at> boring.com

On Mon, 1 Mar 2004 14:33:52 +1300
"ChrissyR" <ChrissyR <at> home.gen.nz> wrote:

> How is this a technical ADSL issue?
> 
> A 2 second search on Google comes up with this
> 
> http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/fs-1037/dir-033/_4843.htm
> 
> Look at the archives and read all your comments and other's comments
> about not looking for the info yourself, not doing the appropriate 
> research prior to posting and posting off topic.  There is heaps there and
> all is relevant to your post.
> 
> 
> Chrissy.
> 
> 
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Dan Langille | 1 Mar 05:03 2004

RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

On Mon, 1 Mar 2004, David Mill wrote:

> Thanks for the info Chrissy.
>
> With regards to the off-topic-ness of this thread my comment is that this
> one of the most on-topic discussions that this list has had for a while.
>
> It is regarding a technical issue which is related (only) to ADSL. It also
> seems to be of direct interest to 5 or so members of the list, myself
> included.

Only 5 people?

Unless there is new technical information, I suggest there is very little
new to be discussed.
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paul warner | 1 Mar 06:55 2004
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RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.

At 01:51 PM 3/1/2004, Fickling, Sam (Sam Fickling) wrote:

>'Increased side tone' meaning hearing what is being picked up by your 
>mouthpiece in the earpiece?

Yes..

>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org [mailto:owner-adsl <at> unixathome.org]On
>Behalf Of Paul Warner
>Sent: Monday, 1 March 2004 12:56 PM
>To: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
>Subject: RE: More on that Panasonic Phone problem.
>
>
>At 10:49 AM 3/1/2004 +1300, Dave Hall wrote:
>
> >More than willing to be corrected on this, but as the phone has changed,
> >wouldn't you need to get it re-telepermitted?
>
>It's no different from turning the volume up.  However finding the
>components that do that may be difficult and then there is the problem of
>increased side tone.  May make a noisy environment impossible to talk in..
>
>
>Paul Warner
>
>paul.warner <at> bigfoot.com
>
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Craig Hoskin | 2 Mar 00:05 2004
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New ADSL pricing

Hi all

Just been on the line with Telecom sorting out various line issues am
currently having .. and at the conclusion got the normal sell/push on
changing to an Xtra/Telecom ADSL plan.

Was told there are new plans coming online from Telecom soon (in assoc.
with Xtra) which are sig. cheaper and also with higher bandwidth caps.
The ones I was specifically talking about went like:

* Home Jetstream - 3Gb cap, $49.95/mth (incl Xtra charge!!!!) as long as
you have long dist. calls with Telecom) -  256K/128K
* Home Jetstream - 1Gb cap, $39.95/mth (inc Xtra charge!!!!) again if
you have you long dis with Telecom - 256/128K.

Now I repeated to the Telecom lad on the phone "Did the monthly fee
include the ISP charge from Xtra and was the $49.95 the all up cost".
Answer "Yes".

Seems too good to be true, an my gut reaction is that the $49.95 is just
the Telecom fee.  But ... who knows.  Was told they will be available in
a few weeks.

I also note that World-Net now having somehting similar on their home
page at
http://www.world-net.co.nz/products/?menu=adslcost ... and a quick check
of most other major ADSL players (Ihug, Clear, Orcon etc) don't show
equivalent packages.  Maybe World-Net has jumped the gun ... but would
seem that the $49.95 is a Telecom charge ... unless in combo with Xtra,
Telecom are going to get aggressive on pricing?
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David Mill | 2 Mar 00:44 2004
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RE: New ADSL pricing

ISPs were given full details of these plans on the 9th of February. The new
plans go live on the 8th of March.  World-net won't be jumping the gun they
will just be publishing the new plans a few days before they go live.

Dave

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Of Craig Hoskin
Sent: Tuesday, 2 March 2004 12:06 p.m.
To: adsl <at> lists.unixathome.org
Subject: New ADSL pricing 

Hi all

Just been on the line with Telecom sorting out various line issues am
currently having .. and at the conclusion got the normal sell/push on
changing to an Xtra/Telecom ADSL plan.

Was told there are new plans coming online from Telecom soon (in assoc.
with Xtra) which are sig. cheaper and also with higher bandwidth caps.
The ones I was specifically talking about went like:

* Home Jetstream - 3Gb cap, $49.95/mth (incl Xtra charge!!!!) as long as you
have long dist. calls with Telecom) -  256K/128K
* Home Jetstream - 1Gb cap, $39.95/mth (inc Xtra charge!!!!) again if you
have you long dis with Telecom - 256/128K.

Now I repeated to the Telecom lad on the phone "Did the monthly fee include
the ISP charge from Xtra and was the $49.95 the all up cost".
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Steve West | 2 Mar 00:51 2004

Re: New ADSL pricing

http://www.unixathome.org/adsl/archives/2004_02/0002.html

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