Question about Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone
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.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The on hold music comes from something plugged into the TDA cabinet in the back room. Sure you can change it, but you have to find it first.
Such sources can be an On Hold device from Intellinet, A Premier box, or maybe a Nel Tech box or simply just a radio or CD player.
Once you identify what you have, post back here and someone can talk you through sources to change the message.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
From the main phone, press PROG **1234 and dial 004. Press ENTER 2 times (watch out, it moves on the display) and you will be looking at 101 : OPERATOR if it's still unprogrammed. Keep pressing NEXT until you get to the one you want to change and use a combination of the keypad and the AUTO ANS button to spell out the new name. The STORE button saves it, the right arrow and clear button step back and forth on the line you're entering.
You can pick up the handset and drop it back into the cradle when you're done to exit.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
If it's truly music and not tones, the music comes from a device plugged into the system cabinet. On the side of the system there is a port marked MOH with a cable and a box at the other end. Here's where you find the MOH device and either change the CD or record new messages into it.
Intellitouch has a product called message studio that lets you make your own message on hold messages here:
The demo is free, and a licensed product is about $30.
Posted on May 11, 2009
SOURCE: KX-T7633 Voicemail rings
The Voice Mail feature is set by your phone company, not by the phone. Typically the phone company will set it for 20 seconds, or approximately 4 rings. This is called your voice mail "Ring Cycle"
Call them up (the customer service number should be on your phone bill) and they should be able to increase or decrease your ring cycle for you at no charge.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
The "manual" is the System installation guide for your particular brand of voice mail system. If the TDA system is recent, it will be a TVA-50 or TVA-200. Look in the section under Message Manager. The recordings are either Company greetings or Custom Service menus. The person who installed the system can set it up in a number of different ways, but there is a USB port and maintenance software that runs on a windows box that lets you see visually how the system is set up. You don't need it to make voice changes, but if you don't have a clue where to look for the greetings, it would be really advisable to get the software or have someone come in and show you how it works.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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