Question about NexxTech Lands Phones
Two things to look at:
First, check the base station isn't too close to some interfering item of electronic equipment - try moving it to see if the problem diminishes.
Second, unplug the cordless phone and put a traditional corded phone in instead (if you don't have one lying around, it would be a wise investment to get one, otherwise you'll be without a phone service if your power goes out). If the buzz is still there, the problem lies with your line rather than with the phone (and that's the TelCo's problem, not yours).
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: headset on DTU 8D-2 corded phone
If you are using the headset jack on the phone, a headset key needs to be programmed on the the phone. You can do this in program mode and make a line key a headset key. Otherwise you must connect it through the handset. ldtsnj.com
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
What you need is a dsl filter since you are working off a splitter. You can usually get these for free from your phone company.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Check on the side to see if the turtle beach is blinking red, or if it is pink. If pink then you need to replace the batteries.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
you have to put the second headset in the main phone charging base( ie the base where the phone line is plugged in) for a while (at least 30 seconds) for it to register to phone then you can go on to use it and charge it in its regular charging base
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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