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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome EN User manual CD360 CD365...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) Do not attempt to repair or modify this equipment Compliance with EMF Recycling The RBRC® seal 2 Your CD360/CD365 What is in the box Overview of the base station Display icons 3 Get started Connect the base station...
  • Page 4 11 Call features Auto hang up Auto conference Dial mode Select the recall duration Manage the area code Auto prefix First ring 12 Extra features Alarm clock Auto clock Keypad lock Locate the handset 13 Advanced settings Register the handsets Unregister the handsets Restore default settings 14 Telephone answering machine...
  • Page 5: Important Safety Instructions

    1 Important safety instructions When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: Caution • Use only the supplied batteries and adaptor •...
  • Page 6: Notification To The Local Phone Company

    Notification to the local phone company On the bottom of this equipment is a label indicating, among other information, the US number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for the equipment.You must, upon request, provide this information to your telephone company. The REN is useful in determining the number of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of these devices ring when your telephone number is called.
  • Page 7: Fcc Rf Radiation Exposure Statement

    This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction...
  • Page 8: Privacy

    One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety measures for our products, to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards applicable at the time of producing the products.
  • Page 9: The RbrcĀ® Seal

    Philips’s participation in RBRC® makes it easy for you to drop off the spent battery at local retailers participating in RBRC® program or at authorized Philips product service centers.
  • Page 10: Your Cd360/Cd365

    2 Your CD360/ CD365 Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips. com/welcome. What is in the box Base station with bracket (CD360) Base station with bracket (CD365)
  • Page 11 Note • In multi-handset packs, there are additional handsets and chargers with power supply units. Name Earpiece OK key Back/Clear Call Log/Up Phonebook/ Down key Descriptions • Confirm the selection • Enter the options menu • Delete the text or digits •...
  • Page 12: Overview Of The Base Station

    Make the intercom Conference call • Press and hold to make the conference call Microphone Loudspeaker Belt clip Headset jack Battery door Overview of the base station CD360 Name Descriptions handset • Find handsets locator • Enter registration mode CD365...
  • Page 13: Display Icons

    Name Descriptions Loudspeaker Volume up/ • Increase/decrease down key the speaker volume On/Off key • Turn the answering machine on/off Delete key • Delete messages Forward/ • Skip forward/ backward backward during playback Play/Stop key • Play messages • Stop message playback Slow flashing at 1 second interval:...
  • Page 14: Get Started

    Connect the power socket to a standard wall outlet. Connect the telephone line cord to the phone socket at the bottom of the base station and the wall phone socket. CD360 CD365...
  • Page 15: Wall Mount The Base Station

    Wall mount the base station Warning • You must follow the instructions below to wall mount the base station. Press the two latches on the top of the bracket. The bracket from the back of the base » station is removed. Turn the bracket around.
  • Page 16: Check The Battery Level

    Warning • Check the battery polarity when inserting in the battery compartment. Incorrect polarity may damage the product. a The batteries are pre-installed in the handset. Pull the battery tape off from the battery door before charging. b Place the handset on the base station to power up.
  • Page 17: What Is Standby Mode

    Select [DATE FORMAT] or [TIME FORMAT]. Select the setting. Select [DD/MM][MM/ DD] as the date display and [12 HOURS] or [24 HOURS] as the time display. Then press [OK] to confirm. The setting is saved. » What is standby mode? Your phone is in standby mode when it is idle.
  • Page 18: Calls

    4 Calls Note • When the power fails, the phone cannot access emergency services. • Check the signal strength before you make a call or when you are in a call. For more information, see “Check the signal strength” in the Get started section.
  • Page 19: End A Call

    End a call You can end a call in these ways: • Press exit ; or • Place the handset to the base station or charging cradle if the auto hang up is activated. Answer a call flash When the phone rings. Press TALK answer the call.
  • Page 20: Answer A Second Call

    Answer a second call Note • This service is network dependent. When there is a periodical beep to notify you of an incoming call, you can answer the call in these ways: flash Press to answer the call. TALK The first call is put on hold, and you »...
  • Page 21: Intercom And Conference Calls

    5 Intercom and conference calls An intercom call is a call to another handset that shares the same base station. A conference call involves a conversation among you, another handset user and the outside callers. Make a call to another handset Note •...
  • Page 22: During The Conference Call

    Press and hold int on your handset. You are now on a 3-way conference » call with the external call and the selected handset. exit Press to end the conference call. Note • Press to join an ongoing conference with flash TALK another handset if [ADVANCED SET] >...
  • Page 23: Text And Numbers

    6 Text and numbers You can enter text and numbers for handset name, phonebook records, and other menu items. Enter text and number Press once or several times on the alphanumeric key to enter the selected character. Press [BACK] to delete the character. Press to move the cursor left and Ph.Book...
  • Page 24: Phonebook

    7 Phonebook This phone has a phonebook that stores up to 100 records. You can access the phonebook from the handset. Each record can have a name up to 14 characters long and a number up to 24 digits long. There are 2 direct access memories (keys ).
  • Page 25: Edit A Record

    Note • The phonebook only saves new number. • Press and hold to insert a pause. Your new record is saved. » Edit a record Press menu. Select [PHONEBOOK] > [EDIT ENTRY], then press [OK] to confirm. Select the contact, then press [OK] to confirm.
  • Page 26: Call Log

    8 Call log The call log stores the call history of all outgoing, missed or received calls. The incoming call history includes the name and number of the caller, call time and date. This feature is available if you have registered to the caller ID service with your service provider.
  • Page 27: Redial List

    9 Redial list The redial list stores the call history of dialed calls. It includes the names and/or numbers you have called. This phone can store up to 10 redial records. View the redial records Press redial to enter the list of dialed calls.
  • Page 28: Self-Defined Settings

    10 Self-defined settings Customize the settings to make it your own phone. Personalize the phone display Name the handset The name of the handset can be up to 10 characters. It is displayed on the handset screen in standby mode. Press menu.
  • Page 29 Enhance the audio quality XHD (Extreme High Definition) sound mode is an exclusive feature which transmits high fidelity signals to the handset. It makes the phone conversations sound like real-life conversations. When you are in standby mode, Press menu. Select [ADVANCED SET] > [XHD SOUND], then press [OK] to confirm.
  • Page 30: 11 Call Features

    11 Call features The phone supports a number of call-related features that help you handle and manage the calls. Auto hang up To end a call, simply place the headset on the base station or charge cradle. Activate/Deactivate auto hang up Press menu.
  • Page 31: Manage The Area Code

    Manage the area code Note • This feature only applies to models with area code support. You can define an area code (up to 5 digits). This area code is automatically removed from an incoming call if it matches with the code you define.
  • Page 32: 12 Extra Features

    12 Extra features Your phone offers you extra features which keep you organized and informed while on the move. Alarm clock Your phone has a built-in alarm clock. Check the information below to set your alarm clock. Set the alarm Press menu.
  • Page 33: Locate The Handset

    Note • When the keypad is locked, no call can be made. You can still answer the incoming calls. The keypad is unlocked during the call but is locked automatically after you finish the call. Unlock the keypad Press and hold format »...
  • Page 34: Advanced Settings

    13 Advanced settings Register the handsets You can register additional handsets to the base station. The base station can register up to 5 handsets. Auto registration Place the handset on the base station. The handset detects the base station » and start to register automatically.
  • Page 35: Telephone Answering Machine

    14 Telephone answering machine Note • Available only for CD365. Your phone includes a telephone answering machine that records unanswered calls when it is on. By default, the answering machine is set to the [ANSWER & REC.] mode. You can also access the answering machine remotely and change the settings through the answering machine menu on the handset.
  • Page 36: Set The Answer Mode

    Set the answer mode You can set the answering machine and select if the callers can leave messages. Select [ANSWER & REC.] if you allow the callers to leave messages. Select [ANSWER ONLY] if you forbid the callers to leave messages. Press menu.
  • Page 37: Incoming Messages (Icm)

    Incoming messages (ICM) Each message can be up to 3 minutes long. When you receive new messages, the new message indicator flashes on the answering machine and the handset displays a notification message. Note • If you pick up the phone when the caller leaves a message, the recording stops and you can talk to the caller directly.
  • Page 38: Call Screening

    Press [OK] to confirm. » All old messages are permanently deleted. Note • You can delete the read messages only. No deleted messages can be recovered. Call screening You can hear the caller while he is leaving a message. Then you can decide whether or not to talk to the caller directly.
  • Page 39: Access The Answering Machine

    Access the answering machine remotely Make a call to your home number with a touch tone phone. Press # when the outgoing message starts playing. Enter your PIN code. » You now have access to your answering machine, and the new messages start playing.
  • Page 40: 15 Default Settings

    15 Default settings Language Country dependent Handset name PHILIPS Date 01/01/09 Date format MM/DD Time 12:00am Time format 12-hour Alarm Phonebook list Unchanged Auto hang up Recall time Country dependent First ring Country dependent Conference Dial mode* Tone Area code*...
  • Page 41: 16 Technical Data

    • Charger: Input 120V 60Hz 0.1A, Output: 6V 0-0.58mA Power consumption • Power consumption at standby mode: around 600 mW (CD360); 650 mW (CD365) Weight and dimensions (CD360) • Handset: 115 grams • 164.5 x 32 x 46.5 mm (H x D x W) •...
  • Page 42: Frequently Asked Questions

    17 Frequently asked questions The signal icon flashes. • The handset is out of range. Move it closer to the base station. If the handset displays [UNREGISTERED], register the handset. • For more information, see “Register the handsets” on the Advanced settings section. IF I fail to register the additional handsets to the base station, what do I do? Your base memory is full.
  • Page 44 0168 © 2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. CD360-365_37_EN_UM_V4.0 Printed in China...

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