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2000IPS D-Term feature 2 and 4 vs. 2400IPX for audio

2000IPS D-Term feature 2 and 4 vs. 2400IPX for audio

2000IPS D-Term feature 2 and 4 vs. 2400IPX for audio

(OP)
Can or does the IPS do the user changeable feature: feature key + 2 or feature key + 4 on a D Term for receive level hi/low and transmission level hi/low like a D Term on a 2400 IPX????  I cannot find the answer in any NEC documentation (features and spec. nor programming manual)(not too unusual)  Thanks for any help in this area...  Fred.

RE: 2000IPS D-Term feature 2 and 4 vs. 2400IPX for audio

Feature + 1 is MIC on/off
Feature + 3 is to set different Ring Tones
Feature + 0 is to ring the ringer then use up/down arrows to adjust ringer volume. That is all.....

RE: 2000IPS D-Term feature 2 and 4 vs. 2400IPX for audio

(OP)
NEAX,  Thanks for the help!!!  Fred.

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