Question about Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone
We had this system working fine on PSTN line but in the process of changing over to ADSL will this work or do I need additional adsl CO module, if so which one.
No, it's the same. You install a low-pass filter that is supplied in the kit between the outlet and the CO trunk on phone system. If you don't you may hear a high pitched whine on the line from the DSL carrier.
The jack in the phone system is an RJ-14, so if you have more than one line, remember that the second pair may not be passed through the filter. Also read the face of the filter to see which is line and which is phone side. It's easy to reverse them.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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