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DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

(OP)
I have a DBS 96 port system that music plays fine as
BGM but will not work for MOH. I am their phone vendor on
another product so I know very little about the DBS.
MOH is going into a SSC (or SCC card can't remember).
This card (according to my contact)has just been replaced and still no MOH. Help!

RE: DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

look in the 96 manual for music on hold sound source
program accordingly I thought by default you got
canned moh but i may be wrong!

RE: DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

(OP)
Somehow RTFM is not what I expected.
I did read the manual and there is no programming I can find for MOH. It should be plug and play. Is it possible we have another defective board or am I missing something?

RE: DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

I do not have the 96 book but I do have  the
the pdf on the 576. right in systems options there is a way to select moh source so go back and rtfm again thats all I do when I help others out and it is possible that you have
a bad card but from the sound of it it is a programing issue

RE: DBS MUSIC ON HOLD

music on hold source plugs into the back plain of the cabinet and there is a volume control on the SCC card at the bottom (yellow screw) check the source then the volume

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