HELP ME PLEASE;MY ENGLISH IS VERRY BAD SORRY: I HAVE A TELEPHONE FROM PHILIPS CD 445 FOR LAST TIME MY TELE:IS NOT FUNKTIONATION ABOUT WEN I CALL OUT THEN HIS MAKE TUT TUT AND I DON´T CALL ANATHER GY: AND WHEN A GY CALL ME THAN A VOICE SAY :THE PERSON IS NOT A WALE BACK PRESENT -PLEASE CALL AGAIN LATER THE LAST I HAVE THE TELEPHON WILD TIPPING NOT FOR A SYTEM 10 MINITS AND THAN FUNKTIONATION AGAIN BUT;LAST 3 DAYS THIS PROBLEM IS HIER I HAVE A CHILDREN HER IS 16:MONTH BECAUSE HE WAS IT WITH TIP TIP TIP AT THE TELEPHON PLEASE HELP MY AND YOU CAN WRITTE FROM GERMAN ?
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Simple answer yes they are compatable I just did it as I could not find any CD445 handsets.The manuals are downloadable from Phillips just search for CD445 or CD245 manual.Just press speaker button on 445 base for 5 seconds untill it beeps twice,then on new 245 handset menu/ register enter default code 0000 and bingo its live. Oddly the newer handset bases are 9v and not compatable with 445 bases which are 6v and have different contacts so you cant sit your 245 in the old base.My new 245 came with a new base anyway so no problem.
Because the cordless phones use radio frequencies to receive / transmit what you say and hear, it also picks up other radio interference. I sujest you move the hand set or base station away from other mains operated equipment as this will interfer with your phones.
it may be due to interference from electronics devices around you since its a cordless phone ,or your phone is not getting a complete connection, could be one cause,Please try these solutions when you experience echo sound :
- turn the volume down
- turn the "clarity booster" function on the phone
Follow these steps to turn on clarity booster
1) Press menu/del during talk time (while phone is in use).
2) Press ^/vol or vol/v to move the pointer to Clarity Boost, and then select Boost On and "B" appears on the display. To turn Off the Clarity Booster, repeat above step again. check the owners manual for a full description for your model of phone *Please note: clarity booster turns off automatically at the end of each call.
- make sure the Echo Canceller Circuit (ECC) has been set properly
*The phone should have Echo Canceller Circuit (ECC) built in.
*This means the circuit will study the Voice Level & reduce/cut the echo automatically.
Follow these steps to set the ECC properly
1. Unplug the battery from the handset for a few seconds.
2. Re-plug the battery back into the handset.
3. Make a phone call & at the initial stage speak loudly into the mic. Please note: The ECC will learn at the initial stage only, so after these steps are followed, the ECC will start working properly.or
just a simple pwr cycle ( turning the phone off) can give you a fresh registratoin, this can improve the quality of the call. hope this helps pls do let me know
i have a uniden 5.8 ghz cordeless and thought it was a piece of junk as well. I had static or lapse of audio near the router, the kitchen sink, the microwave (even when off) and in the doorway. I switched the frequency on the router and changed the channels on the phones all with no luck. Short of steering clear of my entire downstairs nothing worked.
Just about ready to buy a new phone and hit up google. Saw a posting that said to keep the base away from even the tv. . .hmmm this is exactly where mine was located. So I swapped the digital answering machine base and moved it downstairs and put the additional base near my flat screen. Guess what? Problem SOLVED! I still cannot believe it.
Make sure no phone is on the base. Bring unregistered phone to the base. Find the handset locater button. Press menu > advanced set > registration > base 1. When it requests a pin enter your pin 0000 BUT DO NOT HIT MENU YET. Hold the handset locator button ON THE BASE for 5 sec. then press MENU on the phone. It should register.
On a CD440 base you should see at least a single button wich serves to call the cell phone, for the case when we don't remember where left the device, that's the button that you have to press during 3 seconds. On a CD445 base, you can see more buttons has the images showed on Philips pages... the button as a nice sign on it: it as a point with some curve barsto the rigth side as meaning "echo" or "sound"...
You can get a PDF of the manual online. Go to www.philips.com/support, enter your model number, select the right one from the list. A page comes up with info about your model. Choose User Manuals.
I copied this link, but I don't know if it will work: http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?scy=US&slg=AEN&cat=CORDLESS_PHONES_CA&sct=DIGITAL_CORDLESS_PHONES_SU&grp=PHONES_GR&session=20080119144138_22.214.171.124&ctn=CD4453S/05&mid=Link_UserManuals&hlt=Link_UserManuals