Retrieve messge via 'non-base' handset while using speakerphone of base
Not really a problem - just asking re: a feature. Can one use the 'non-base' handset to retrieve a message from the answering machine WHILE using the speakerphone for an active call via the 'base' unit??? Looking to buy this model yet really need that feature.Thanks...
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I apologize, but I've never seen the word "auriculars" used by Panasonic and don't really know exactly what you need help with, but I'd like to try. The dictionary says that "auriculars" means "adjective 1. of or pertaining to the ear or to the sense of hearing; aural. 2. perceived by or addressed to the ear; made in private: an auricular confession." Based on that, I wonder if you're referring to connecting an auxiliary headset. If so, there's a standard 3.5mm jack headset on the lower left side of the phone with an embossed headset symbol that can be used. If you're asking about adjusting the handset or speakerphone volume up or down, that's done with the circular silver ring in the lower right front of the phone that has up and down pointing arrows raised on it. If you're asking about hearing aid compatibility, the handset has the required magnetic transfer coil built in so as to allow a hearing aid with a standard "T" coil setting to pickup the handset audio. I hope I've helped, if not, just ask again with a little more detail and I'll try to respond.
Sorry, Uniden EXP4540 2.4 GHz does not have a speaker phone feature. The cordless phone features AutoTalk™ and AutoStandby™. AutoTalk™ allows you to answer a call by just removing the handset from the base so you don't have to waste time pushing buttons. AutoStandby™ allows you to hang up by simply returning the handset to the base. You can check it's manual with this link http://www.uniden.com/pdf/EXP4540om.pdf.
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here are some tips from my manual for out of range problems hope they help • Only one handset can be used to make or answer a call anytime. If another handset attempt to do so, the screen will display OTHER HANDSET ON and then OR OUT OF RANGE. You might press PHONE or SPEAKER again until no other handset is using the line. Use the call transfer feature to transfer a call to another system handset or use the speakerphone feature so multiple members of your house can be on an active call at the same time. • Move the cordless handset closer to the base. You might have moved out of range. • Ensure that the base is powered up. • Place the cordless handset in base cradle for 1 minute to allow the cordless handset and base to resynchronize channels. • If the cordless handset is in its base and the charging light does not come on, refer to the charge light is off in troubleshooting guide. • Reset the base. Unplug the unit’s electrical power. Wait for 15 seconds then plug it back in. Allow up to one minute for the cordless handset and base to reset. • Other electronic products can cause interference with your cordless phone. Try installing your phone as far away from these types of elec tronic devices as possible: wireless routers, radios, radio towers, page towers, cell phones, intercoms, room monitors, televisions, personal computers, kitchen appliances and cordless phones.
Cut the wire to the speaker in the base unit. Problem solved.
I have a Panasonic KX-TG6074b phone as well, and it does the same thing. In addition I can not understand the digital voice that announces who is calling. Therefore I came up with a very simple solution to buying a new phone, because the rest works great. I cut the wire to the speaker. The only other solution in buy a phone from a different manufacturer, because Panasonic's quality stinks.
check for a button or sliding switch on the side,top,or bottom for the ringer on/off, [ some phones even have this switch on the back ] as for the speakerphone, you may have to push the speakerphone button, then put the handset back on the cradle for the speakerphone to work.
hope this helps.
was having the same problem with the same model phone, and fixed the problem by rebooting the phone – unplugging the
AC and phone cord from the base station and plugging both back it, then removing and replacing
the handset to regenerate the security code.
2/29 Have you registered or re-registered the handset?
"No link" can mean handset is not accepting radio wave of base unit. At Mfgr website pull-down operator's manual and look for registration instructions. Some sequence of buttons will create a radio signal from base (have handset off base) then another sequence of buttons on handset will accept radio signal. If handset has "menu" button, try "menu", then "00" (zero zero) then select an accept or "OK" button. Good luck.