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How to change the hold music on the panasonic kx

I need to know how to change the hold music on the panasonic kx t7633, I am getting so many complaints as to how back the stock hold music is. Preferably I'd like to change to a radio station but other options may be suitable as well.

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Back in a closet or electrical room, there's a back and blue cabinet with all the wires coming into it. That's the phone system cabinet. Your Music is plugged into a port labeled MOH.

When you get to that, it will be some sort of MOH player. Post back when you find it. If it's an On-hold product, there's a software program to change it.

Carl

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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Hold music is attached to a port labeled MOH on a Panasonic TDA system cabinet. Check out your back room or telephone or electrical closet where all the wires go and see if there isn't a seperate box for the MOH system. Once you know what it is, you can find out how to change the music.

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We are using panasonic KX-T7633phones wherin we are getting complaints as whenever the rep put the customer on hold it plays an awful music on hold and our IT support says that this is notpossible to...


The TDA cabinet has at least 2 jacks, labelled EPG and MOH. Guess what MOH means :-)

I don't know about cost effective, but you can get an MP3 player or use a spare PC to stream MOH music to your phone system at prices starting as little as $29.

http://www.onholdstore.com/onholdsystems.html lists players that sell for $140-200, and the Software tab gets you Message Studio to make your own MOH productions. It includes free music and voices.

Outside of that, use the keywords MUSIC ON HOLD and you will see tons of prices and alternatives.

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It sounds like you're using the internal synthesizer for MOH. There is a different tune, but it isn't very good either. You need to change the setting for MOH to "Tone" or we can provide a much better MOH source that you plug into the system.

Our music does not require any license fees (copyright license stuff). Alternatively, XM Radio has a program for businesses for less than $28 per month.


We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.

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