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|sbrooks||6:22am on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|Good value speaker phone - does the job Shopped about and picked this one as good value for money. It does everything I need it to do. That is to say,... AUB300i phone A brilliant phone for the hard of hearing.Easy to set up and exceptional value for the price.|
|fredthompson||1:30am on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|OK for the price Instructions are skimpy, no explanation of what the AA battery compartment was for. With some tinkering with the switches.|
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Line connector Scroll UP/DOWN buttons Dial displayed number Wall mounting hanger hook Clear/OK button One-Touch memories Headset socket Handset socket Mute button and LED Store button 19
Recall button Redial button Hands free button and LED Headset button and LED Speaker volume control Handset/Headset volume control Ringer/Message waiting indicator Caller ID/Phone book Input socket for additional equipment
The earpiece of the handset may attract small ferromagnetic objects such as staples and pins, care should be taken when placing the handset near these items.
1. Connect the curly cord to the handset and to the socket marked q on the side of the telephone. 2. Place the handset into the cradle. 3. Connect the telephone line cord to the socket marked T on the telephone, and to a telephone network wall socket. Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone. Your telephone is ready to operate approximately 10 seconds after connection, the display indicators appear after about 60 seconds.
Setting the language, clock or contrast
If you wish to set the language, clock or contrast settings, follow the steps below: 1. Press and hold v until the display flashes ENGLISH. 2. Select the required language using v/V. Press OK. 3. Select the desired contrast setting (3=normal) using v/V. Press OK. 4. Set the correct hour (00-23) using v/V. Press OK. 5. Set the correct minute/s using v/V. Press OK. 6. Set the correct day using v/V. Press OK. 7. Set the correct month using v/V. Press OK. 8. Select the required pause setting (2 seconds=normal) using v/V. Press OK.
In standby mode the date and time, number of new and total number of calls stored in the Caller ID memory will be displayed. Immediately following the connection of a call, a call timer will be shown on the display.
Hearing aid compatible
This telephone is hearing aid compatible. Select the T mode on your hearing aid to enable this feature.
The ringer volume, melody and tone can be selected using the switches located on the underside of the telephone behind the battery cover:
The memory index cover can be accessed by carefully removing the transparent plastic using a small flat blade screwdriver or similar.
The telephone can be wall mounted using an optional wall mount bracket. The wall mount bracket is available as an accessory, part number WB200/300 in white or black. 1. Fix the wall mount bracket on the back of the telephone. 2. Secure two screws, vertically positioned 83 mm apart. 3. The screws should locate into the two keyholes on the wall mount bracket. 4. Activate the hanging peg (located by the hook switch) by lifting it upwards and rotating it 180 degrees.
Making a call
Lift the handset and dial the required telephone number. Pre-Dialling You can enter and correct a telephone number before dialling. 1. Dial the required telephone number. Mistakes can be erased using C. 2. Press DIAL OR press s to dial the number. Redial Repeatedly press REDIAL to view the last 5 numbers dialled. Press DIAL OR press s to dial the number.
The Handset/headset earpiece volume may be increased or decreased during a call. Use on the side of the phone to adjust the volume. To adjust the speaker volume (hands free and group listening) use on the side of the phone.
Press the recall button RECALL followed by the extension number to transfer calls when connected to a PBX (TBR only). Access to additional network services can be gained by using the recall button RECALL, * and # keys. Contact your network operator for more information.
The handset/headset/hands free microphone can be disconnected during a call by pressing MUTE. Press MUTE once more to reactivate the microphone. The MUTE LED will illuminate while the function is active.
Hands free function
1. Press s. The hands free function will be activated and the LED indicator next to the button will illuminate. 2. Dial the required telephone number. Adjust the volume using the volume control located on the side of the telephone. 3. Speak towards the microphone located on the front edge of the telephone. 4. Press s to terminate the call. If you wish, you can switch between handset and hands free mode by simply pressing s or lifting the handset.
Please remember that in hands free mode it is only possible for one person at a time to talk. The switchover between speaker and microphone is automatic and dependent on the sound level of the incoming call and the microphone respectively. It is therefore essential that there are no loud noises, e.g. music, in the immediate vicinity of the telephone, as this will disrupt the hands free function.
Group listening allows anyone in the same room as the base unit to hear both parties and follow the conversation through the base units speaker. The ongoing call is not affected and can continue via the handset or optional headset. 1. Once the call has been connected, press s to activate the Group Listening function. The LED indicator by the button will illuminate and the conversation can then be heard through the speaker. 2. To deactivate the Group Listening function, press s again.
Connection of a headset
An additional headset can be connected to the socket on the side of the telephone marked =. To access an incoming call or dial press = , to terminate a call press = again. The LED next to the headset button will illuminate when activated.
DORO original headsets are tested and adapted for this telephone. Other types and makes of headsets may be used, though the function and sound quality cannot be guaranteed. In the worst case, these could damage the headset and telephone. This type of damage is not covered by the telephone guarantee.
The phone book will store 20 names (16 characters) and telephone (22 digits) numbers. Letters Each number key is allocated certain letters, these do not follow the standard for all languages with some country-specific characters unavailable. The Phonebook is also arranged according to the order of the buttons. To insert a space press 1, to erase press C. Storing names/numbers 1. Press b repeatedly until the symbol b is displayed. Press STORE. 2. Press STORE again. 3. Enter the telephone number to be stored (up to 22 digits). Mistakes can be erased by pressing C. Press STORE. 4. Enter name. Press the corresponding number key one or more times for the first letter. Press STORE.
If you need to insert a pause in the telephone number press REDIAL. Dialling from the Phone book 1. Press b repeatedly until the symbol b is displayed. 2. Scroll through the entries using v/V. To perform a quick-search press the corresponding number button one or more times for the first letter. 3. Press DIAL to dial the displayed number, or just wait to return to standby mode. Changing phone numbers/names 1. Press b repeatedly until the symbol b is displayed. 2. Scroll through the entries using v/V. To perform a quick-search press the corresponding number button one or more times for the first letter. 3. Press and hold STORE until the display shows EDIT ? Press STORE. 4. Correct the number using C and v/V. Press STORE. 5. Correct the name using C and v/V. Press STORE to confirm. Deleting a Phone book entry 1. Press b repeatedly until the symbol b is displayed. 2. Scroll through the entries using v/V. 3. Press C , DELETE ? will be displayed. 4. Press and hold C until the displayed telephone number disappears.
English Deleting all entries in the Phone book 1. Press b repeatedly until the symbol b is displayed. 2. Scroll through the entries using v/V. 3. Press and hold C until the display shows DELETE ALL ?. 4. Press and hold C again until all the numbers disappear.
This telephone has 16 One-Touch memories numbered M1-M16. Once a number has been stored in a memory location, you only need to press one button to make the call. Storing One-Touch Memories 1. Press CID/b repeatedly until the symbol is displayed. Press STORE. 2. Enter the telephone number to be stored (up to 22 digits). Press STORE. 3. Enter name. Press the corresponding number key one or more times for the first letter. Press STORE. 4. Select a One-Touch memory location (M1-M16) by pressing the corresponding button.
If you need to insert a pause in the telephone number press REDIAL. If you need to change a number, store the new number in the same location as the old one. Dialling using One-Touch Memories 1. Lift the handset (or press s) and wait for a dial tone. 2. Select the required One-Touch memory location (M1-M16) by pressing the corresponding button.
Caller ID allows you to see who is calling before you answer a call or to see who has called in your absence. If the number received is stored in the Phone book its associated name will be displayed instead. The CID memory will store up to 30 names/telephone numbers stored chronologically. The sequence number is shown in the top right-hand side of the display. When the memory is full, the oldest number will be deleted automatically as the new call is logged. New calls are indicated in plain text in the display.
In order for numbers to be shown you must subscribe to the Caller ID service provided by your network operator. Contact your operator for more information. Retrieving and dialling incoming numbers 1. Press CID repeatedly until the symbol is displayed. v/V. 2. Scroll through the entries using 3. Press DIAL to dial the displayed number, or just wait to return to standby mode. Caller ID Messages Apart from showing telephone numbers, the display can also show: OUT OF AREA It is an International call or a call from a PBX (no information received). PRIVATE The call comes from a blocked number or a PBX. T New number not previously displayed. Z (double envelope) Several calls have been received from the same telephone number. q The call was received using the Call Waiting function Message indication.
* Message indication can be erased manually by pressing C. Deleting numbers 1. Scroll to the desired entry using v/V. 2. Press C , DELETE ? is displayed, alternatively press and hold C until DELETE ALL ? is displayed. 3. Press and hold C again until the telephone number disappears. Transferring numbers to the Phone book 1. Scroll to the desired entry using v/V. 2. Press STORE. 3. Press STORE again. To enter a name please refer to Changing phone numbers/names.
Within the battery compartment located on the underside of the telephone you will find several switches, these switches determine certain technical parameters when connecting the telephone. IMPORTANT NOTE: These switches should only be adjusted by qualified personnel. Recall time The recall button timing can be switched between either 100ms (AU/UK/EU)/300ms (FR)/600ms (NZ), using the RECALL TIME switch located on the underside of the telephone (within the battery compartment). EARTH/TIME (UK only) Selection of either earth or timed loop break recall method. PULSE/TONE Select the required dialling type, Tone or Pulse using the PULSE/TONE switch located on the underside of the telephone (within the battery compartment). Message Waiting indicator Some PBX systems use a function called Message Waiting. The switch is located behind the battery cover on the underside of the telephone.
The MW function operates differently depending on the PBX in question. Please contact the system controller for more information. The following four alternatives are available: +, -, ringer indicator ( ) and high DC voltage (HV). When the telephone is used in systems without a telephone exchange ( ) should be selected.
Connection of additional equipment
On the right side of the telephone there is a socket marked 8. This is used for connecting additional telephone equipment to the same telephone line, e.g. a wireless telephone, modem, etc.
Declaration of conformity
Doro hereby declares that this product, Doro AUB 300i, conforms with the essential requirements and other relevant regulations contained in the Directive 1999/5/EC, 2002/95/EC. A copy of the manufacturers declaration is available at www.doro.com/ dofc
Check that the telephone cord is undamaged and properly plugged in. Disconnect any additional equipment, extension cords and other telephones. If the problem is resolved, the fault is with other equipment. Test the equipment on another working line. If the product works, then the fault is probably with your line. Please inform your local telephone company. No number shown in display when ringing - In order for this feature to function, you must subscribe to the Caller ID service from your network provider. - If a text message is shown on the display, the call may be an international call (no data received), or from a private or withheld number. - It may not be possible to receive Caller ID information if the phone is connected to a PBX system. If the telephone still does not work, contact the place of purchase. Dont forget the receipt or a copy of the invoice.
If you cannot resolve the fault using the faultfinder section, technical support is available by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via a premium rate telephone number: 0854, calls cost 50 pence per minute (prices correct at the time of publication). Further contact details are available on our website:
Alternatively you can write to: Customer Services Doro UK Ltd 1 High Street Chalfont St Peter Buckinghamshire SL9 9QE
This product is guaranteed for a period of 10 years from the date of purchase. Proof of purchase is required for any service or support required during the guarantee period. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress, negligence, abnormal usage, not reasonably maintained or any other circumstances on the purchasers part. Furthermore, this guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or any other voltage fluctuations. This guarantee does not in any way affect your statutory rights. (As a matter of precaution, we recommend disconnecting the telephone during a thunderstorm.)
English Version 2.0
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Doro aub300i is a practical corded telephone featuring a line-powered LCD display with Caller ID for low maintenance costs. It is built to strict quality standards. Doro aub300i is easy to use and offers long-term reliability without compromising on features. Intended for use with PBX phone systems.
Colour: black, white*
Redial memory One touch memories Phonebook Handset volume settings One way handsfree 2-way speakerphone Group listening Speaker volume control Headset outlet HAC Hearing aid compatible Mute function Call timer 20 rotary
Monographic ring tones Ringer volume settings 9 3
Caller ID system Caller ID on hook** Caller ID off hook (call waiting)*** Message waiting indicator*** Name display from phonebook Name display from network** Date & time stamp from network Date & time stamp from internal clock Caller ID memory fsk 30
Handset LCD Display
Menu navigation Alpha numeric Lines/characters Icon lines/icons Clock Alarm Languages 2/1416 1/11 dk, en, fi, fr, no, se, pl, de, es, it, nl, hu, cz,ch
Data port PBX MW support
Wall mountable *Not available in all countries **Depending on network support and subscription ***Country depending
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