Philips CD450 User Manual

Philips CD450 User Manual

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  • Page 2 10. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not Important Safety Instructions disassemble this product, but take it to a qualified service personnel when service or repair work is required. Opening or Some of the following information may not apply removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks.
  • Page 3 IF YOUR PRODUCT UTILIZES 11. Do not store this product, or the battery(ies) BATTERIES, THE FOLLOWING provided with or identified for use with this ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS SHOULD product, in high-temperature areas. BE OBSERVED: Batteries that are stored in a freezer or 1.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Environment 1 1 1 1 Environment ........ Environment ....................................2 2 2 2 Environmental Environment Environment ........................................ 2 2 2 2 Safety ........ Safety ......................................3 3 3 3 Safety Safety ........
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Telephone connections Safety The voltage on the network is classified as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltages, as defined in the standard EN 60950). Following a power cut, the call in IMPORTANT progress as well as the date and time settings is lost. This product is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the Hearing aid power fails.
  • Page 6: What's In The Box

    What’s in the Box? Welcome Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from This user guide provides you with the information and instructions you need to get the support that Philips offers, register your product at
  • Page 7: About Your Phone

    About Your Phone About your phone THE BASE AND ANSWERING MACHINE THE HANDSET 1 1 1 1 Up Navigation & Call Log key Up Navigation & Call Log key Up Navigation & Call Log key Up Navigation & Call Log key Scroll up menu Increase earpiece volume Enter call log...
  • Page 8 About Your Phone About Your Phone THE ICONS Taking a glance at the menus Each icon gives you a visual message of what is happening on your handset. Main menu Main menu Other menus Othe r menus Main menu Main menu Othe Othe r menus...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    2. Connect the mains adapter to a [Image to be added] [Image to be added] [Image to be added] [Image to be added] are Philips Pan Head Self-Tapping standard wall outlet. Screws with diameter and length 20mm. 4. Align the mounting holes on the back of the base with the screws on the wall.
  • Page 10 Getting Started Getting Started CHARGING YOUR HANDSET CHECKING THE BATTERY LEVEL WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. The battery icon displays the current battery level. Never use non-rechargeable batteries. Use recommended type supplied with this product.
  • Page 11 Getting Started Getting Started SETTING THE CLOCK CHECKING THE SIGNAL STRENGTH Your phone has a digital clock. Set the clock before initial use of the phone. The signal icon displays the link status between your handset and the base Setting the date and time unit.
  • Page 12 Call Call Redialing the last number Press NOTE: Emergency Call. Emergency Call. Emergency Call. This telephone is not designed for making Emergency Call. Press . The last number displays on screen and is dialed out. emergency telephone calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
  • Page 13: Call Call

    Call Call Caller ID service enabled, ANSWERING A CALL Press to view the Caller ID when your phone is ringing. If you have a Russia model phone, refer to the If you have a Russia model phone, refer to the Answering Answering a a a a call call (For (For Russia...
  • Page 14: Intercom And Conference Calls

    Call MAKING A SECOND CALL Intercom and Conference Calls NOTE: 2nd Call Service 2nd Call Service 2nd Call Service 2nd Call Service. Subscribe from your service provider. An intercom call is a call to another handset that shares the same base unit. A conference call involves a conversation between another handset and outside During a call, caller(s).
  • Page 15: Text And Numbers

    Call MAKING A CONFERENCE CALL Text and Numbers A 3-way conference call is a call between you, outside caller(s), and another handset user in your house. You can enter text and numbers for handset name, phonebook records, and others menu items. NOTE: A 3-way conference call requires 2 handsets that share the same ENTERING TEXT AND NUMBERS base unit.
  • Page 16 Phonebook CALLING FROM THE PHONEBOOK Phonebook See Calling from the phonebook on page 18. Your phone has a phonebook that can store up to 100 records. You can access ADDING A RECORD the phonebook from your handset. Each record can have a name up to 14 characters long and a number up to 24 digits long.
  • Page 17 Phonebook Phonebook SETTING VIP MELODIES Assigning a quick dial key You can assign different ringer melodies for each phonebook contacts. Your phone will ring the selected melody when the caller ID matches the number in Press your phonebook. Select Phonebook Phonebook Direct memor Direct memory y y y .
  • Page 18 Call Log and Redial List Call Log and Redial List SAVING A CALL RECORD TO YOUR PHONEBOOK Enter the call log or redial list. The call log stores the call history of all incoming (missed or received), and the redial list stores call history of dialed calls. Select the record you want while browsing the log.
  • Page 19: Custom Options

    Custom Options PERSONALIZING YOUR PHONE’S SOUNDS Custom Options Setting your handset’s ringer melody Make this your phone – change the look and sound of the handset to suit your You can choose from 12 different ringer melodies. needs and tastes. Press PERSONALIZING YOUR PHONE’S DISPLAY Select P P P P ersonal set...
  • Page 20: Calling Features

    Calling Features Calling Features TIP: Temporary Tone Temporary Tone Temporary Tone Temporary Tone. If your phone is in pulse dialing, press and hold Your phone supports a number of call-related features to help you handle and during a call for temporary tone mode. ‘d’ displays. Digits entered manage your calls.
  • Page 21 Calling Features Calling Features Setting barred numbers CARRIER CODE You can set up to 4 numbers of 1 – 4 digits long. Outgoing calls starting with one This This feature feature only applies to model(s) with carrier code support. only applies to model(s) with carrier code support. This This feature...
  • Page 22: Network Services

    Calling Features Network Services Press Select A A A A dvanced dvanced set A A A A uto prefix uto prefix. Press dvanced dvanced uto prefix uto prefix All network services are provided by your service provider. Consult from your Enter the Detect number.
  • Page 23 Network Services Network Services INFO CENTRE Press Your phone supports 2 info centre numbers. Select N N N N et service et service..Press et service et service Select the call forward options you want. Press to confirm. Calling the info centre Select Change codes Change codes.
  • Page 24: Extra Features

    Network Services CANCEL CALL BACK Extra Features The call back service notifies you when a party you have tried to call becomes available. After activating this service from your service provider, you can choose Discover and explore the additional features your phone offers! Find out how to cancel it from the menu.
  • Page 25 Extra Features Extra Features Setting the alarm melody KEYPAD LOCK Press You can lock the keypad to prevent accidental presses on the handset while you Select C C C C lock lock & & & & alarm alarm A A A A larm tone. larm tone.
  • Page 26: The System

    The System The System CHANGING YOUR PIN The system PIN is used for registration and protecting access rights to some of REGISTERING ADDITIONAL HANDSET(S) the menus and remote access to the ANSWERING MACHINE. The pre-set PIN is Registration allows communication between your base unit and handset(s). If 0000.
  • Page 27: The Answering Machine

    The System The Answering Machine RESTORING DEFAULT SETTINGS You can reset your phone settings to the original factory settings. Once switched on, your answering machine is ready to be used. By default, your answering machine is set to Answer and Record mode. You can also access the Press machine remotely.
  • Page 28 The Answering Machine The Answering Machine Recording an OGM SETTING THE ANSWERING MACHINE LANGUAGE The maximum length of the OGM is 60 seconds. After recording, your new OGM This This feature feature only appl only applies to model(s) with multiple ies to model(s) with multiple- - - - language support.
  • Page 29 The Answering Machine The Answering Machine From the handset INCOMING MESSAGES (ICM) Press Each message can be up to 2 minutes long. When you have received new Select A A A A ns machine ns machine P P P P lay lay.
  • Page 30 The Answering Machine The Answering Machine CALL SCREENING MESSAGE ALERT Call screening allows you to hear the caller while he is leaving a message. You Message alert gives you an indication that the answering machine has new can then decide if you want to talk to the caller directly. message(s).
  • Page 31 The Answering Machine Accessing your answering machine remotely Appendix Make a call to your home number from a touch tone phone. DEFAULT (PRE-PROGRAMMED) SETTINGS Press when the outgoing message starts playing. General Setting General Setting General Setting General Setting Enter your PIN code. You now have access to your answering Language Handset Name machine, and new message(s) starts playing.
  • Page 32 Appendix Appendix TECHNICAL DATA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS General telephone features • Caller name & number identification Problem(s) Problem(s) Problem(s) Problem(s) Tip(s) Tip(s) Tip(s) Tip(s) • 9 phonebook memories with direct access No dialing tone • Check your phone connections.
  • Page 33 own telephone equipment if you are on a party Appendix line. Check with your local telephone company. • Notice must be given to the telephone company upon permanent disconnection of your telephone from your line. • If your home has specially wired alarm 11.1 Equipment approval Information equipment connected to the telephone line, Your telephone equipment is approved for...
  • Page 34 (1) this device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) this device must accept any 11.6 Noise interference received, including interference that Electrical pulse noise is present at one time or may cause undesired operation. another. This is most intense during electrical This equipment has been tested and found to storms.
  • Page 35 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on Ni-MH battery recycling and disposal bans/restrictions in number only signifies that Industry Canada your area. Philips’s involvement in this program is technical specifications RSS-213 and ICES-003 part of its commitment to protecting our were met. Operation is subject to the following environment and conserving natural resources.
  • Page 36 © 2007 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the written consent of the copyright owner. Document order number: 3111 285 xxxxx Printed in PRC...

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