Question about Vtech T2455 Cordless Phone
Whenever I attempt to record a personalized greeting, all I get is very loud background buzzing interference. Someone suggested it was my modem, but I've taken the phone out to my car and used my lighter-adapter (for power) and I'm still getting interference. I want my callers to know they've called the right number by a personalized greeting, but I can't get one. Please help.
SOURCE: Message Greeting
The KX-T7456 is a proprietary system phone. You have a Panasonic phone system and a voice mail, both separate items with their own part number. Your phone can work on several different systems and use different voice mail so your first step is to determine the part numbers from the system and voice mail. Then you will need a "programming" manual or possibly "administrator's manual" NOT a "user guide" for at least your voice mail and maybe for the system as well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
SOURCE: Caller ID does not work
I FIXED IT!!! YIPEEE!!
What I did was UNPLUG the base's power unit from the wall... waiting about one minute, and plugged it back in. That caused it to "reboot" the entire system, and the CID now shows itself.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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: Background Music
You need 2 or 3 things to do that. On the system cabinet is a port labelled MOH. (There may be 2). You need a music source, in the U.S. you can use a commercial grade player with promotions. Use a search engine with the words MUSIC ON HOLD PLAYER. You could also use a radio, just don't get caught. Especially in today's climate, people make a living calling your business and listening for illegal use of commercial radio on phone systems. The licensing agencies issue huge fines for that.
Last, you also need some programming in system options.
Here's a reprint from another forum:
If you're looking for the best all-around player, the IntelliTouch OHP-6000 and OHP-8000 is a good place to start. It comes with Message Studio 3.0 that gives you the ability to mix royalty free music with your voice cuts. You can also purchase about 30 more tracks for $20. You can download Message Studio 2.5 to test the interface and search the product at www.onholdsystems.com The 6000 uses SD Memory, the 8000 uses USB memory drives.
I am also very fond of the Premier Technologies USB-1100. It's more expensive but it's all metal construction, easier to mount, and uses the USB drive. You transfer your MP3 files to it, plug it in, hit the reset button and walk away from it. They're at http://www.premtech.com/usb1100.html You don't get software with this unit, but I happen to know someone who keeps a copy of Message Studio 3.0 on his laptop for these occasions and we can sell you Message Studio 3.0 alone.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Panasonic telephones come with a built-in answering machines. You can
leave the telephone as is and let your callers hear a message
pre-recorded on the device by Panasonic, or you can personalize your
phone with your own greeting.
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