You are on page 1of 42

Register your product and get support at

www.philips.com/welcome
CD560
CD565

EN User manual

Philips Consumer Lifestyle
Glaslaan2
5616LW Eindhoven
The Netherlands

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

We,

Philips Consumer Lifestyle
Glaslaan2
5616LW Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Declare that product models CD 560 & CD 565 (telecommunications terminal equipments) manufactured in
China are in compliance with ANNEX IV of the R&TTE-Directive 1999/5/EC and then with the following
essential requirements:

Article 3.1 a: (protection of the health & the safety of the user)
Safety: EN 60950-1(2006)
SAR: EN50360/EN50361:2001

Article 3.1 b: (protection requirements with respect to electromagnetic compatibility)
EMC: ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1 (2005) & ETSI EN 301 489-6 V1.2.1 (2002)

Article 3.2: (effective use of the radio spectrum)
Radio: EN 301 406 V1.5.1 (2003)

The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive 1999/5/EC is
ensured.

Product is labelled with the European approval marking CE and the number of the Notified Body as follows:

0168
Date : 27/04/2009, Eindhoven

Karel RYSMAN
Approbation manager
Audio Video & Communication

Contents 6 Text and numbers
Enter text and numbers
21
21

English
Switch between uppercase and
lowercase 21
1 Important 5
Safety instructions 5
7 Phonebook 22
View the phonebook 22
2 Your CD560/CD565 8
Search a record 22
What is in the box 8
Access the phonebook during a call 22
Overview of the phone 9
Call from the phonebook 22
Overview of the base station 10
Add a record 22
Display icons 11
Set the melody 23
Edit a record 23
3 Get started 12 Delete a record 23
Connect the base station 12 Delete all records 23
Connect the charger 13
Wallmount the base station 13
8 Call log 24
Install the handset 14
View the call records 24
Check the battery level 14
Return a call 24
Set the country 14
Save a call record to the phonebook 24
Set the date and time 14
Delete a call record 24
Set the date and time format 15
Delete all call records 24
What is standby mode? 15
Check the signal strength 15
Switch your handset On/Off 15 9 Redial list 25
View the redial records 25
Redial a call 25
4 Calls 16
Save a redial record to the phonebook 25
Make a call 16
Delete a redial record 25
End a call 17
Delete all redial records 25
Answer a call 17
Adjust the earpiece volume 17
Mute the microphone 17 10 Self-defined settings 26
Turn the speaker on or off 17 Personalize the phone display 26
Make a second call 17 Personalize the sounds 26
Answer a second call 17
Toggle between two calls 18 11 Call features 28
Make a conference call 18 Auto hang up 28
Auto conference 28
5 Intercom and conference calls 19 Dial mode 28
Make a call to another handset 19 Select the recall duration 28
Transfer a call 19 Auto prefix 29
Make a conference call 19 First ring 29
ECO mode 29

EN 3

12 Extra features 30
Alarm clock 30
Auto clock 30
Keypad lock 31
Locate the handset 31

13 Advanced settings 32
Register the handsets 32
Unregister the handsets 32
Restore default settings 32

14 Telephone answering machine 33
Turn on the answering machine 33
Turn off the answering machine 33
Set the answering machine language 34
Set the answer mode 34
Outgoing messages (OGM) 34
Incoming messages (ICM) 35

15 Default settings 38
Answering machine default settings 38

16 Technical data 39

17 Frequently asked questions 40

4 EN

Voltages). tested and instructions. English •• Do not drop your phone or allow objects to fall on your phone. and other relevant provisions of Directive •• Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an 1999/5/EC. as defined in the standard EN •• Metallic objects may be retained if placed near 60950. Power requirements •• Do not use the product in places where there • This product requires an electrical supply are explosive hazards. outlet is always easily accessible. P&A.p4c. of 100-240 volts AC. •• This equipment is not designed to make emergency calls when the power fails. You can find the Declaration of incorrection type. or on the handset receiver. manufactured according the European R&TTE •• Always use the cables provided with the directive 1999/5/EC. Warning About operating and storage temperatures •• The Electrical network is classified as • Operate in a place where temperature is hazardous. EN 5 .com. this product can be brought into service in the •• For pluggable equipment. •• Dispose of used batteries according to the This product has been designed. Conformity on www. contact with the product. the socket-outlet following countries: shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. •• Use only the supplied batteries and adaptor •• Do not allow the charging contacts or the Declaration of conformity battery to come into contact with metal objects. benzene.1 Important •• Do not expose the phone to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight. ammonia. Ensure that the electrical 95°F). declares that the CD560/CD565 is in •• Do not allow the charger to come into contact compliance with the essential requirements with liquids. Following this directive. base station or charger Hereby Philips Consumer Lifestyle. •• Handsfree activation could suddenly increase the volume in the earpiece to a very high level: make sure the handset is not too close to your ear. The only way to power down the always between 0°C to +35°C (32°F to charger is to unplug the power supply from the electrical outlet. • Store in a place where temperature is always between -20°C and +45°C (-4° F To avoid damage or malfunction to 113° F). as you could be exposed to high voltages. Safety instructions •• Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol. product. •• Do not open the handset. the communication can be lost. • Battery life may be shortened in low Caution temperature conditions. or abrasives as these may harm the set. This can deteriorate audio quality and damage the product. In case of power •• Do not let small metal objects come into failure. • The voltage on the network is classified •• Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network interference.philips. An alternative has to be made available to allow emergency calls.

Philips confirms that if its products are because correct disposal helps to prevent handled properly for their intended use. make a call which can be recycled and reused. put is attached to a product it means that the the base station in registration mode. which cannot be disposed with normal household Philips is committed to develop. take the line. produce and waste. and receive a call. Correct disposal of targeted at consumers. available today. paid to the associated national recovery and recycling system. Compliance with EMF Please act according to your local rules and Koninklijke Philips Electronics N. developments in standardisation for early it means a financial contribution has been integration in its products.V. do not dispose of your old products with your manufactures and sells many products normal household waste. then product is covered by the European Directive follow the procedure described in the handset 2002/96/EC.Please inform yourself about the local market products that cause no adverse health rules on separate collection of batteries effects. like any your old product helps to prevent potential electronic apparatus. which Your product is designed and manufactured means they guarantee the minimum functions: with high quality materials and components. register a handset. One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety measures for our products.Use GAP standard compliance Disposal of your old product and batteries The GAP standard guarantees that all DECT™ GAP handsets and base stations comply with a minimum operating standard irrespective of their make. then follow the procedure described in this manual for registering a handset. To register and use this handset with a GAP compliant base station of different make. Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products. in general have the negative consequences for the environment ability to emit and receive electromagnetic and human health. The handset and base station are GAP compliant. signals. first follow the procedure described in the manufacturer’s instructions. 6 EN . To register a handset When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol from different make to the base station. which. to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards applicable at the time of Your product contains batteries covered by producing the products. The advanced features may not be available if you use them with other makes. enabling Philips to anticipate further When this logo is attached to a product. they negative consequences for the environmental are safe to use according to scientific evidence and human health. manufacturer’s instructions. Philips plays an active role in the development of international EMF and safety standards. the European Directive 2006/66/EC.

The correct disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the environment and human health.) Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. exhausted batteries and old equipment. protective foam sheet. EN 7 . which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste. Your product contains batteries covered by the European Directive 2006/66/EC. Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries. polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags.Environmental information All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. English We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box). Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials.

com/welcome. register your product at www. then plug the line cord to the line socket. Note •• In multi-handset packs. What is in the box 5 Line cord Guarantee Base station with bracket (CD560) 5 5 User Manual Base station with bracket (CD565) Quick start guide Note R •• In some countries.philips.2 Your CD560/ CD565 Power supply Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers. there are additional handsets and chargers with power supply units. you have to connect the line adaptor to the line cord. Handset 8 EN .

Key Name Descriptions Overview of the phone 1 Earpiece English 2 Right soft • Select the function key displayed on the a handset screen p directly above the key. 3 Call Log/Up • Scroll up on the key menu • Increase the earpiece/speaker volume o b c • Enter the call log n R d 4 Phonebook/ • Scroll down on the e Down key menu m f g • Decrease the earpiece/speaker volume • Enter the phonebook l h 5 End /On/Off • End the call k i key • Exit the menu/ j operation • Turn the handset on/off q 6 Speaker key • Turn the speaker on/off 7 Redial key • Enter redial list and dial the recent number 8 Ringer Off/ • Press to enter a Pause key pause • Turn the ringer on/off • Switch between the lower and upper case during text editing r 9 Intercom/ • Make the intercom Conference call key • Make the conference call 10 Microphone 11 Mute key • Mute/unmute the microphone EN 9 .

Key Name Descriptions 16 LED 1 Loudspeaker indicator 2 Volume up/ • Increase/decrease 17 Loudspeaker down key the speaker 18 Battery door volume 3 On/Off key • Turn the answering machine on/off Overview of the base station 4 Play/Stop key • Play messages • Stop message playback CD560 5 Message • Display the counter number of CD 560 messages • Display the answering machine operation 6 Forward/ • Skip forward/ backward key backward during a playback 7 Delete key • Delete messages 8 Paging key • Find handset(s) • Enter registration Key Name Descriptions mode 1 Paging • Find handsets key • Enter registration mode 10 EN .Key Name Descriptions CD565 12 Star/Keylock • Lock/unlock keypad CD 565 key 13 Menu key • Access the main a menu h 14 Talk/Recall • Make and receive key calls b c • Send the flash d signal e 15 Left soft key • Select the function f displayed on the g handset screen directly above the key.

the talk time can go up to 14 hours. ECO The ECO mode is activated. The speaker is on. EN 11 . The call is in progress.Display icons English In standby mode. The alarm is activated. Scroll up for more options. It indicates if your phone is linked to a base. Icon Descriptions The battery is fully charged. the icons shown on the main screen tell you what features are available on your handset. Call log Answering machine. There is unheard voice message. Scroll down for more options. The battery is empty. The ringer is off.

CD 565 2 Connect the power socket to a standard wall outlet. 1 Connect the output plug of the power socket to the bottom of the base station. Note •• The type plate is located on the bottom of the base station. CD 560 Connect the base station Warning •• Risk of product damage! Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on the back or the underside of the phone. CD560 3 Get started Caution •• Ensure you have read the safety instructions in the “Important” section before you connect and install your handset. 3 Connect the telephone line cord to the phone socket at the bottom of the base station and the wall phone socket. 12 EN . •• Use only the supplied power socket to charge CD565 the battery.

5 Align the mounting holes on the back of the base station with the screws on the 1 Press the two latches on the top of the wall.Connect the charger 2 Turn the bracket around. EN 13 . 2 Connect the power socket to a standard wall outlet. 1 Connect the output plug of the power socket to the bottom of the charger. English Note •• The instructions for charger connection below is only available for multi-pack models. Wallmount the base station Warning •• You must follow the instructions below to wallmount the base station. bracket. station is removed. 4 Insert screws (not included) into the wall. 3 Re-insert the bracket into the back of the base station. »» The bracket from the back of the base 6 Slide the base station down into place.

Incorrect polarity may damage the product. 14 EN . 3 Press the numeric buttons to enter the date. 1 When you see the welcome message. 2 R Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [SET DATE/TIME]. The battery icon displays the current battery level. The call gets •• Check the battery polarity when inserting in disconnected after the warning. the time set menu is displayed. »» The country setting is saved. b Place the handset on the base station to »» The phone is now ready to use. Never discard batteries in fire. If you are on the phone. sunshine or fire. Pull the battery tape off from the battery door before charging.Install the handset Note •• If the handset becomes warm when the batteries are being charged. power up. •• Charge the batteries for 24 hours before first The battery is empty. The battery is full. The handsets turn off if the battery is empty. Charge it. press [BACK] to skip this setting. Caution •• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from heat. To make the phone work. press [SELECT] to confirm. »» To set the date and time later. it is normal. select your country. the talk time Note can go up to 14 hours. 2 Set the date and time. you hear warning tones Warning when the battery is almost empty. the battery compartment. Check the battery level •• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix different brands or types of batteries. •• Use only the supplied batteries. Set the date and time 1 CD 565 Press menu. a The batteries are pre-installed in the Set the country handset. use. »» On the handset. select your country. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [OK] to confirm.

4 Select the setting. English • If the time is in 12-hour format.4 Press the numeric buttons to enter the Switch your handset On/Off time. Note •• When the handset is switched off. no call can Set the date and time format be received. handset number. then press [SELECT] to handset to power up. handset. The standby screen displays the handset name. 1 Press menu. confirm. The handset’s screen turns off. It takes a few seconds for the FORMAT]. date and time. Charge the battery or move the handset nearer to the base station. • If you hear warning tones when you are on the phone. • Press and hold to switch on the 2 Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [SET handset. 3 Select [DATE FORMAT] or [TIME FORMAT]. • Ensure the handset is linked to the base station before you make or receive calls and carry out the phone functions and features. EN 15 . 5 Press [OK] to confirm. A steady icon means your handset and the base station are linked. Select [DD/MM][MM/ DD] as the date display and [12 HOURS] or [24 HOURS] as the time display. Check the signal strength • The signal icon displays the link status between the handset and base station. What is standby mode? Your phone is in standby mode when it is idle. A flashing icon means your handset and the base station are not linked. press • Press and hold to switch off the to select [AM] or [PM]. and battery icon. the handset is almost out of battery or the handset is out of range. Then press [SELECT] to confirm. »» The setting is saved. signal icon.

see “Check the signal strength” in Tip the Get started section. access emergency services. the handset is 2 Press to dial out the call. 1 Dial the phone number • To erase a digit. Make a call Call from the phonebook You can make a call in these ways: You can make a call from the phonebook list. »» The most recent number is then dialed •• When the power fails. Note •• The call timer displays the talk time of your Dial before you call current call. Charge the battery or move the handset nearer to the base station. see “Call from the phonebook” in the Phonebook section. 2 Press redial. Quick call received or missed call log. • Call from the phonebook list • Call from the call log Call from the call log You can return a call from the outgoing. 1 Press .4 Calls Redial the most recent number 1 Press . For more information. the Call log section. »» The duration of your current call is displayed. Tip Call from the redial list •• Check the signal strength before you make You can make a call from the redial list. press [CLEAR]. Note 3 Press [SELECT]. press and hold . see “Return a call” in »» The number is dialed out. • Call from the redial list. the phone cannot out. Tip 2 Dial the phone number. see “Redial a call” in the Redial list section. Note • To enter a pause. 16 EN . • Quick call Tip • Dial before you call • Redial the most recent number •• For more information. almost out of battery or the handset is out of range. •• For more information. a call or when you are in a call. •• If you hear warning tones. •• For more information.

but you or charging cradle if the auto hang up can still hear his voice. is activated.End a call Mute the microphone English You can end a call in these ways: 1 Press during a call. 2 Press again to unmute the microphone. you can answer the call in these ways: 1 Press and to answer the call. Answer a call When the phone rings. registered to the caller ID service with your service provider. or »» The handset displays [MUTE ON]. • Place the handset to the base station »» The caller cannot hear you. the phone is back to the call screen. press [SILENT]. • Press . •• When there is a missed call. Turn off the ringer for all incoming calls Answer a second call There are two ways to turn off the ringer: Note 1 Press and hold in standby mode. Press . »» displays on the screen. EN 17 . Adjust the earpiece volume »» The first call is put on hold. 1 Press during a call. the handset »» The number displayed on the screen is displays a notification message. Tip 2 Dial the second number. 2 When the phone rings. »» The first call is put on hold. keep the handset away from your ear to avoid ear damage. Warning •• When the handset rings or when the handsfree is activated. and you are now connected to the second call. dialed out. 2 Press and to end the current call »» The earpiece volume is adjusted and and answer the first call. When there is a periodical beep to notify you of an incoming call. Press or to adjust the volume during a call. Press or to Turn the speaker on or off answer the call. •• This is a country dependent setting. Make a second call Note Note •• The caller ID service is available if you have •• This service is network dependent. »» You can now communicate with the caller. then press [OK].

Make a conference call Note •• This service is network dependent.Toggle between two calls You can toggle your calls in these ways: 1 Press and . or 2 Press [OK] and select [SWITCH CALLS]. press [OK]. and you are now connected to the other call. »» The current call is put on hold. select [CONFERENCE] and then press [SELECT] again to confirm. then press [OK] again to confirm. 18 EN . Check with the service provider for additional charges. »» The two calls are combined and a conference call is established. When you are connected to two calls.

1 Press int to initiate an internal call. selected handset. •• If the selected handset is occupied in a call. then press [SELECT] to confirm. another handset user and the outside callers. During an external call »» The intercom is established. press [SELECT] to confirm. Note »» The external caller is put on hold. station. another 1 Press int during a call. 3 Press on the selected handset. 2 Select or enter a handset number. You can go from one handset to another during a call: 4 Press and hold int on your handset. »» You are now on a 3-way conference 1 Press int. EN 19 . It 2 Select or enter a handset number. The handsets available for A 3-way conference call is a call between you. 4 Press to cancel or end the intercom call. handset user and the outside callers. then requires two handsets to share the same base press [SELECT] to confirm.5 Intercom and Toggle between calls conference calls Press int to switch between the outside call English and the intercom call. you hear a busy tone. Note •• If the base station only has 2 registered handsets. »» The intercom is established. »» The selected handset rings. Make a conference call 1 Press int. »» Wait for the other side to answer your call. A conference call involves a conversation among you. 3 Press when the other side answers Make a call to another handset your call. »» The call is now transferred to the selected handset. then 5 Press to end the conference call. »» The handsets available for intercom are displayed. then press [SELECT] to confirm. An intercom call is a call to another handset Transfer a call that shares the same base station. press int to make a call to another handset. call with the external call and the »» The current caller is put on hold. intercom are displayed. 2 Select or enter the handset number. While you are on the phone 3 Press on the selected handset. 2 Select or enter a handset number. »» The selected handset rings.

»» The external call is put on hold. 3 Press and hold int to establish the conference call again. 2 Press int to toggle between the external and internal call. 20 EN . Note •• Press to join an ongoing conference with another handset if [ADVANCED SET] > [CONFERENCE] is set to [ON]. During the conference call 1 Press int to put the external call on hold and go back to the internal call. Note •• If a handset hangs up during the conference call. the other handset remains connected to the external call.

Press 7 once: P Key Characters (Upper case) Press 2 once: a 0 . the first letter of each word in a 5 JKL5ΛŁĹĽ sentence is uppercase and the rest is lowercase.0. 3 def3ďđėĕèéêëęΔΦ 4 ghi4ğíìîïlΓ 5 jkl5Λłĺľ Enter text and numbers 6 mno6ñňńóôõöő 1 Press once or several times on the 7 pqrs7řşšśβΠΘΣ alphanumeric key to enter the selected 8 tuv8ţťùúûüů űμ character. and other menu 2 abc2àâÆáãâäåąçćč items./:.“‘!¡?¿*+-%\^ English ~| 1 [Sp] 1 @ _ # = < > ( ) & € £ You can enter text and numbers for handset $¥[]{}¤§… name. Press  /  to move the cursor left and Example to write “Paul” right../:. phonebook records.“‘!¡?¿*+-%\^ Press 8 two times: u ~| Press 5 three times: l 1 [Sp] 1 @ _ # = < > ( ) & € £ $ ¥ [ ] { } ¤ § . 2 ABC2ÀÂÆÁÃĂÄÅ ĄÇĆČ Switch between uppercase 3 DEF3ĎÐĖĚÈÉÊËĘ and lowercase ΔΦ 4 GHI4ĞÍÌÎÏİΓ By default.0.. 7 PQRS7ŘŞŠŚβΠΘΣ 8 TUV8ŢŤÙÚÛÜŮ Űμ 9 WXYZ9ÝŽŹŻſØΩ ΞΨ EN 21 .6 Text and numbers Key 0 Characters (Lower case) . 6 MNO6ÑŇŃÓÔÕ Press and hold to switch between the ÖŐ uppercase and lowercase letters. 9 wxyz9ýžźżƒøΩΞΨ 2 Press [CLEAR] to delete the character.

Access the phonebook menu. see the section on Text 3 Press the alphanumerica key that and numbers. Tip 2 Select [LIST]. 2 Select a contact in the phonebook list. 2 Select a contact and view the available information. corresponds to the character. the handset ways: displays a notification message. then press [SAVE] to confirm. 2 Select [PHONEBOOK] > [NEW Scroll the contact list ENTRY]. • Scroll the contacts list. Each record can have a name 2 Select the contact. 22 EN . then press [SELECT] to confirm. 24 digits long.7 Phonebook Access the phonebook during a call This phone has a phonebook that stores up 1 Press [OPTION]. then press [SELECT] up to 14 characters long and a number up to to confirm. You can access the phonebook then press [SELECT] again to confirm. 4 Enter the number. View the phonebook Note Call from the phonebook •• You can view the phonebook on one handset only each time. then press and to scroll through the phonebook 3 Enter the name then press [OK] to confirm. 3 Press to make the call. entries. •• For more information on how to edit the name and number. • Enter the first character of the contact. 1 Press to access the phonebook. »» The first record that starts with this character is displayed. Enter the first character of a contact 1 Access the phonebook menu. 1 Press menu. 1 Press . 3 Press [SELECT] again to dial out the number. Delete some records to add new ones. select [PHONEBOOK] to 200 records. »» The number can be viewed. Add a record Search a record Note You can search the phonebook records in these •• If your phonebook memory is full. from the handset.

then press [OK] to Set the melody confirm »» The record is deleted. 3 Select a contact. »» The melody is set. EN 23 . then press [OK] to confirm. 2 Select [PHONEBOOK] > [DELETE ALL]. press [SELECT] to confirm. 3 Select the contact. »» Your new record is saved. 2 Select [PHONEBOOK] > [SELECT MELODY]. Note 5 Edit the number. then press [SAVE] to confirm. English •• The phonebook only saves new number. Delete all records Note •• Ensure you have subscribed the caller line 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 4 Edit the name. 4 Press [SELECT] to set or change the melody for the contact. 1 Press menu. 2 Select [PHONEBOOK] > [DELETE]. 3 Select a contact. confirm. identification service before you have this feature. »» All records are deleted. then press [SELECT] to confirm. You can personalize the melody played when someone in the phonebook calls you. Tip Delete a record •• Press and hold to insert a pause. 5 Select a melody for the contact. 2 Select [PHONEBOOK] > [EDIT ENTRY]. »» The handset displays a confirmation 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] to 3 Press [OK] to confirm. »» The record is saved. then press [VIEW]. then press [SELECT] to confirm. Edit a record 1 Press menu. request. then press [SELECT] to confirm.

then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm »» The handset displays a confirmation [OPTION]. 3 Select a record. outgoing. 1 Press . 3 Select a record. in chronological order with the most recent »» The record is saved. then press [OPTION] to confirm. »» The incoming call log is displayed. then press [SELECT] 1 Press . received call at the top of the list. missed or received calls. 4 Select [DELETE ALL]. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 1 Press .8 Call log Save a call record to the phonebook The call log stores the call history of all 1 Press . 2 Select [CALL LIST]. Return a call 3 Press [OPTION] to enter the options menu. 3 Select a record on the list. View the call records 4 Select [DELETE]. then press [OPTION] Delete all call records for more available information. requests. 5 Press [OK] to confirm. to confirm »» The record is deleted. available if you have registered to the caller ID service with your service provider. then press [OPTION] to confirm. The call log icon on the handset flashes to remind 5 Enter and edit the name. 2 Select [CALL LIST]. 4 Select [SAVE NUMBER]. This feature is 3 Select a record. Your phone can store up to 50 call records. call history includes the name and number of the caller. »» All records are deleted. Note Delete a call record •• Ensure the number in the call list is valid before you can call back directly from the call list. then press [OK] you of any unanswered calls. The call records are displayed [SAVE] to confirm. 1 Press . the display of his identity. 24 EN . If the caller allows to confirm. then press 2 Select [CALL LIST]. then press name or number. 2 Select [CALL LIST]. call time and date. you can view his 6 Enter and edit the number. The incoming 2 Select [CALL LIST]. 4 Press to make the call.

View the redial records Delete all redial records 1 Press redial to enter the list of dialed calls. 4 Enter and edit the name. calls. 3 Select [SAVE NUMBER]. 4 The handset displays a confirmation 2 Select the record you want to call. then press [SAVE] to confirm. EN 25 . 1 Press redial to enter the list of dialed 2 Select a record. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [OK] to confirm. 5 Press [OK] to confirm. »» The record is deleted. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 1 Press redial. This phone can store up to 10 redial records. 2 Press [SELECT] then [OPTION] to enter the options menu. It includes the names and/or numbers you 2 Select a record. 5 Enter and edit the number. Save a redial record to the phonebook 1 Press redial to enter the list of dialed calls. then Press [SELECT] then [OPTION]. »» All records are deleted. Press . »» The number is dialed out. The redial list stores the call history of dialed calls. then Press [SELECT] then [OPTION]. then press [SELECT]. Redial a call 3 Select [DELETE ALL].9 Redial list Delete a redial record English 1 Press redial to enter the list of dialed calls. have called. press [SELECT]. request. »» The record is saved. 3 Select [DELETE]. 2 Select a record.

Key tone is the sound made when you press a key on the handset. Personalize the phone display 3 Select a ringtone. Name the handset »» The setting is saved. then press [SELECT] to confirm. Then displays on the screen. NAME].10 Self-defined Personalize the sounds settings Set the handset’s ringtone You can select from 15 ringtones. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > [HANDSET 1 Press menu. levels or [OFF]. »» The setting is saved. then press »» The setting is saved. [LANGUAGE]. Customize the settings to make it your own 1 Press menu. Set the key tone 1 Press menu. 26 EN . Set the display language Tip Note •• To turn off the ringtone. press and hold in standby mode. 4 Press [OK] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. It is displayed on the handset Set the handset’s ringtone volume screen in standby mode. phone. then press [SELECT] TONES] > [KEY BEEP]. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press character. to confirm. [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > 1 Press menu . »» The setting is saved. •• Languages available for selection vary with different countries. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > [HANDSET 3 Select a language. •• This feature only applies to models with multiple-language support. The name of the handset can be up to 14 characters. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > [HANDSET TONES] > [RING TONES]. To erase a TONES] > [RING VOLUME]. 3 Select a volume level. You can select among 6 ringtone volume 1 Press menu. »» The setting is saved. [SELECT] to confirm. 3 Select [ON]/[OFF]. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > [HANDSET 3 Enter or edit the name. press [CLEAR].

1 Press menu. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [XHD SOUND]. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Change the XHD setting. When you are in a call.Enhance the audio quality English XHD (Extreme High Definition) sound mode is an exclusive feature which transmits high fidelity signals to the handset. »» The setting is saved. When you are in standby mode. 3 Select the new setting. EN 27 . It makes the phone conversations sound like real-life conversations. 3 Press [SELECT] to confirm »» The setting is saved. 1 Press [OPTION] to enter the options menu. then press [SELECT] to confirm.

To end a call. »» The setting is saved. ‘d’ displays. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [RECALL »» The setting is saved. then press [SELECT] to confirm. consult your service provider. simply place the headset on the base station or charge cradle. »» The setting is saved. then press [SELECT] 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] »» The setting is saved. The number of available options varies with different countries. 3 Select [ON]/[OFF]. to confirm. Activate/Deactivate auto hang up 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [DIAL 1 Press menu. In normal case. Set the dial mode 1 Press menu. the speaker is sent out as tone signals. Activate/Deactivate auto conference [MEDIUM] and [LONG]. on automatically. The phone supports tone (DTMF) and pulse (rotary) dial. Consult the service provider for detailed information. the press . press Note during a call for temporary tone mode. 28 EN . For details. 1 Press menu.11 Call features Dial mode Note The phone supports a number of call-related features that help you handle and manage the •• This feature only applies to models that calls. support both tone and pulse dial. 2 Select [PERSONAL SET] > [RECALL 3 Select a dial mode. You can select among 3 options: [SHORT]. phone is already preset for the recall duration. 3 Select an option. Note •• If your phone is in pulse dial mode. Dial mode is the telephone signal used in your Auto hang up country. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. TIME]. Auto conference Select the recall duration Ensure that the recall time is set correctly before To join an external call with another handset. then press [SELECT] to confirm. Set the recall duration 3 Select [ON]/[OFF]. you can answer a second call. MODE]. to confirm. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [CONFERENCE]. then press [SELECT] TIME]. to confirm. Digits entered for this call are then •• When the auto hang up is off. then press [SELECT] to confirm.

you set 604 as the screen. added to all outgoing calls. the connection range between the handset and the base station can be reduced. [OK] to confirm. You can change this setting to suit your to 12503338888 when it dials out. 1 Press menu. power of the handset and base station. press [OK] to confirm. 4 Enter the prefix number. then press •• To reset the first ring status.Auto prefix First ring English This feature checks and formats your outgoing If you have subscribed for caller ID service with call number before it is dialed out. then press [OK] number is left empty. The prefix your service provider. EN 29 . »» The setting is saved. go to the reset menu. The maximum length of an auto prefix number is 10 digits. then press [SELECT] to confirm. After the phone is reset. Set auto prefix 3 Select [ON]/[OFF]. your phone changes the number ring. press and hold . then press [OK] to confirm. •• If the prefix number is set and the detect 3 Select the new setting. Note 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [ECO]. ECO mode Note The ECO mode reduces the transmission •• To enter a pause. 1 Press menu. For example. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 3 Enter the detect number. it can the detect number and 1250 as the prefix. Note •• The maximum length of a detect number is 5 Turn the first ring on/off digits. preference. detect automatically if the caller ID service When you have dialed out a number such as is subscribed and start to suppress the first 6043338888. »» The setting is saved. »» ECO is displayed instead of in Note standby mode •• The feature is unavailable if the dialed number Note starts with * and #. 1 Press menu. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [AUTO PREFIX]. your phone can suppress number can replace the detect number you the first ring before the caller ID displays on set in the menu. This feature only applies to models with first ring support. the prefix number is to confirm. »» The setting is saved. •• When the ECO mode is activated. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [FIRST RING]. then press [SELECT] to Note confirm.

»» The setting is saved. information below to set your alarm clock. then press [SELECT] to confirm. For the date to be synchronized. •• Ensure you have the caller ID service before you have this feature. then press [SELECT] to confirm. »» The setting is saved. Turn off the alarm 1 Press menu. 2 Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [AUTO CLOCK]. Tip It synchronizes the date and time on your •• Press / to switch between [AM]/[PM] phone with the public switched telephone network (PSTN) automatically. ensure the current year is set. 2 Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [ALARM]. Auto clock 2 Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [ALARM]. •• This service is network dependent. 4 Enter an alarm time. Note »» The alarm is set and is displayed on the screen. Before the alarm rings 1 Press menu. 30 EN . [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 1 Press any key can turn off the alarm. Note 3 Select [ON ONCE] or [ON DAILY]. . 3 Select [ON]/[OFF]. If the ringer is off. Set the alarm 1 Press menu. Check the the ringer volume.12 Extra features Set the alarm melody 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] to When the alarm rings confirm. 3 Select [OFF]. Press [SELECT]. keep you organized and informed while on the 3 Select a new melody. 5 Press [OK] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Select [CLOCK & ALARM] > [ALARM Your phone offers you extra features which TONE]. the alarm volume is set to level 1. »» The setting is saved. Alarm clock Note •• The alarm volume is set to the same level as Your phone has a built-in alarm clock. then press move.

Lock the keypad 1 Press and hold in standby mode. »» All handsets stop ringing. EN 31 . »» The keypad is locked. no call can be made. or 3 Press any key on one handset to stop ringing. »» The keypad is unlocked. Unlock the keypad 1 Press and hold . Note •• When the keypad is locked. You can still answer the incoming calls.Keypad lock English You can lock the keypad to prevent accidental button presses. The keypad is unlocked during the call but is locked automatically after you finish the call. 2 Press on the base station again to stop ringing. Locate the handset 1 Press on the base station. »» All handsets connected to this base station ring.

The base automatically assigns 3 Press [OK] to confirm. unregistered. number. you can unregister a handset Register the handsets with another handset. Note »» The welcome screen displays. a handset number to the handset. Press [CLEAR] to remove the 1 Place the handset on the base station. register your handset manually to the base station. •• For more information about the default settings. 2 Press menu. »» All settings are reset. »» The handset displays a confirmation »» Registration is completed in less than 2 request. 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > Restore default settings [REGISTER]. then press [SELECT] to confirm. confirm. then press [SELECT] to handsets.13 Advanced settings Unregister the handsets 1 If two handsets share the same base stations. seconds until you hear a confirmation beep. Repeat the above procedure if registration fails. see the section on Default settings. If auto registration fails. No change can be made on it. You can register additional handsets to the base station. 4 Enter the system PIN. Note •• The preset PIN is 0000. The base station can register up to 5 3 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [UNREGISTER]. 1 Press menu. 5 Press [OK] to confirm the PIN. minutes. 32 EN . then press [SELECT] to confirm. 4 Enter the system PIN.The base station automatically »» The handset is unregistered. minutes. »» The handset detects the base station 5 Select the handset number to be and start to register automatically. assigns a handset number to the handset. your handset displays Tip a notification message. 1 Press menu on the handset. Press [CLEAR] to 2 Select [ADVANCED SET] > [RESET]. You can reset your phone settings to the 3 Press and hold on the base station for 5 original factory settings. make corrections. »» Registration is completed in less than 2 6 Press [OK] to confirm. Tip Manual registration •• The handset number displays beside the handset name in standby mode. •• If the PIN is incorrect or no base is found within a certain period. (The preset PIN Auto registration is 0000).

EN 33 . the answering machine is Note set to the [ANSWER & REC. Select [ON]. machine that records unanswered calls when it is on. . The answering machine is on. Number of messages 3 Select [OFF]. »» The setting is saved. machine menu on the handset. it also access the answering machine remotely answers incoming calls after a certain number and change the settings through the answering of rings based on the ring delay setting. The LED message counter (two digits 7-segment display) on the base station shows the number of the messages when the Turn off the answering answering machine is on.] mode. -. then press machine 3 [SELECT] to confirm.14 Telephone Through the handset 1 Press menu. Note •• Available only for CD565. [] Recording 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [ANSWER ON/OFF]. You can turn off the answering machine through No display The answering machine is off. You can •• When the answering machine is switched on. Volume level adjustment [SELECT] to confirm. through the base station or the handset. then press [SELECT] to confirm. machine . then press [SELECT] to confirm. Memory full AA The answering machine can be accessed remotely (both on Through the handset the handset or on a touch tone 1 Press menu. the base unit or the handset. By default. »» The setting is saved. Through the base 1 Press to turn on the answering Your phone includes a telephone answering machine in standby mode. Turn on the answering machine Through the base 1 Press to turn off the answering You can turn on the answering machine machine in standby mode. phone). answering English 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [ANSWER ON/OFF]. then press x.

delete your current outgoing 3 Select an answer mode. 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] to confirm.] mode and [ANSWER ONLY] mode. [SELECT] to confirm. The answering machine language is the language Record an outgoing message for the outgoing messages. select if the callers can leave messages. Select [ANSWER ONLY] if you »» The recorded outgoing message plays forbid the callers to leave messages.Set the answering machine Outgoing messages (OGM) language The outgoing message is the message your caller hears when the answering machine picks Note up the call. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > Note [ANSWER MODE]. •• To restore the pre-recorded outgoing message. then press [SELECT] to confirm.] or [ANSWER ONLY]. The newly 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > recorded outgoing message automatically [SETTINGS] > [VOICE LANGUAGE]. 1 Press menu. back automatically for your review. the answering machine switches to [ANSWER ONLY] mode 1 Press menu. The answering machine has 2 pre- •• This feature only applies to models with recorded outgoing messages: the [ANSWER & multiple-language support. then press [SELECT] to confirm. The maximum length of the outgoing message you can record is 3 minutes. [RECORD OGM]. 34 EN . then press message. leave messages. to confirm. REC. then press [SELECT] to confirm.] if you allow the callers to 6 Press [OK] to stop recording or the recording stops after 3 minutes. then press [SELECT] to confirm. then press [SELECT] 1 Press menu. then press [SELECT] to confirm. automatically. »» The setting is saved. You can set the answering machine and 5 Recording starts after the beep. Set the answer mode 4 Select [RECORD OGM]. 3 Select a language. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [RECORD OGM]. Listen to the current outgoing Note message •• If the memory is full. replaces the old one. Select [ANSWER & REC. 3 Select [ANSWER & REC. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > »» The setting is saved.

»» The handset plays the current outgoing message. 5 The pre-recorded outgoing message is Note restored. -D  uring message playback. • Press  /  to increase/decrease the volume. Note •• No pre-recorded outgoing message can be deleted. When you receive new messages. Note •• If you pick up the phone when the caller leaves Delete an incoming message a message.] or [ANSWER Listen to the incoming messages ONLY]. EN 35 . •• If the memory is full. Delete old messages to receive new ones. the recording stops and you can talk to the caller directly. Old messages start playing if there is no Each message can be up to 3 minutes long. machine and the handset displays a notification • Press to enter the options menu. >[RECORD OGM]. »» New messages start playing. • Adjust the volume: Press / . then press [SELECT] to sequence they are recorded. then press [SELECT] to confirm. confirm. then press [SELECT] message. • Delete the current message: Press . •• No deleted messages can be recovered. message. From the base • Start/Stop playback: Press . • Skip forward: Press to skip to the next 4 Select [DELETE]. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [PLAY].3 Select [ANSWER & REC. message. then press -D  uring the first second of the current [SELECT] to confirm. From the base Note 1 Press during message playback. From the handset 1 Press menu. Press [SELECT] to confirm.] or [ANSWER message. Incoming messages (ICM) then press [SELECT] to confirm. English Incoming messages are played back in the 4 Select [PLAY]. to confirm. press to play the previous 3 Select [ANSWER & REC. press to 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] play the message from the beginning. »» The current message is deleted. the answering machine switches to [ANSWER ONLY] automatically. ONLY]. the new message indicator flashes on the answering • Press [BACK] to stop the playback. Delete an outgoing message • Skip backward: 1 Press menu. new message.

there is no messages. then press [SELECT] to confirm. 3 Select a new setting.From the handset Set the ring delay 1 Press  during message playback to You can set the number of times the phone enter the options menu. From the base Activate/deactivate the remote access Press / to adjust the speaker volume You can allow or block remote access to the during call screening. a call to your phone with a touch tone phone and enter your 4-digit PIN code. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [SETTINGS] > [RING DELAY]. When there are new messages. the answering request. Remote access Note You can operate your answering machine •• You can delete the read messages only. The preset PIN is 0000. then Delete all old incoming messages press [SELECT] to confirm. 1 Press menu. 1 Press and hold in standby mode. »» All old messages are permanently Note deleted. From the base »» The setting is saved. turns off the call screening. From the handset 1 Press menu on the handset. Tip 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > •• When you access the answering machine [DELETE ALL]. rings before the answering machine picks up 2 Select [DELETE]. •• Ensure that the answering machine is switched on before this feature can be applied. then press [SELECT] the call. No when you are away from home. Then you can decide whether or not your system PIN. to confirm. 1 Press menu. it picks up the call after 5 rings. Simply make deleted messages can be recovered. you are recommended to set the confirm. »» All old messages are permanently deleted. 36 EN . This is a »» The handset displays a confirmation cost effective way to manage your messages. When 3 Press [OK] to confirm. to talk to the caller directly. The lowest volume level answering machine. ring delay to [ECONOMY] mode. machine picks up the call after 3 rings. Call screening Note You can hear the caller while he is leaving a •• The remote access PIN code is the same as message. then press [SELECT] to remotely. »» The current message is deleted.

8 Stop message playback 9 Switch answering machine off (not available during playback). 6 Delete current message. Remote access commands Key Function 1 Repeat current or play previous message. 3 Enter your PIN code. then Access the answering machine press [SELECT] to confirm. EN 37 . See the Remote access commands table below for a list of available functions. 1 Press menu. remotely 3 Select the new setting. Note •• You have 2 chances to enter the correct PIN code before your phone hangs up. »» You now have access to your answering machine. 2 Play messages. [SELECT] to confirm. English then press [SELECT] to confirm. and the new messages start playing. You can adjust the sound quality of the 3 Select a new setting. then press messages received from the answering machine. 2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > [SETTINGS] > [MSG QUALITY].2 Select [ANSWER MACHINE] > Set the sound quality of the message [SETTINGS] > [REMOTE ACCESS] . 7 Switch answering machine on (not available during playback). the phone hangs up automatically if no key is pressed for 8 seconds. Note •• When no message plays. touch tone phone. »» The setting is saved. then press 1 Make a call to your home number with a [SELECT] to confirm. 2 Press # when the outgoing message starts playing. »» The settng is saved. 4 Press a key to carry out a function. 3 Skip to next message.

15 Default settings Answering machine default settings Language Country dependent Answering Machine Handset name PHILIPS Ans machine status On Date 01/01/09 Ans machine mode Answer & Rec Date format DD/MM Base call screening On Time 00:00 Outgoing message Pre-recorded Time format 24-hour memory OGM Auto clock On Incoming message [Empty] Alarm Off memory Phonebook list Unchanged Remote access Off Auto hang up On PIN code 0000 Recall time Country dependent Voice language Country- Area code [Empty] dependent Carrier code [Empty] Ring delay 5 rings Network type PSTN (DECT phone Base speaker volume Level 3 for connection to Message quality High the public switched telephone network) Note First ring Country dependent Conference Off •• *Country dependent features Handset ring melody Melody 1 Alarm tone Melody 1 Receiver volume Volume 3 Handset speaker Level 3 volume Handset ring volume Level 3 Handset key beep On XHD sound On Incoming call log [Empty] Redial list [Empty] Dial mode* Tone Auto prefix [Empty] 38 EN .

5 x 107 x 122 mm (H x D x W) Temperature range • Operation: 0°C to +35°C (32°F to 95°F) • Storage: -25°C to +45°C (-4°F to 113°F) Relative humidity 39 .5 mm (H x D x W) • Base: 139 grams • 79.5 x 27 x 46. Redial list and Call log • Phonebook list with 200 entries • Redial list with 10 entries • Call log with 50 entries Battery • 2 x AAA Ni-MH 1.16 Technical data • • Operation: Up to 95% at 40°C Storage: Up to 95% at 40°C Display • Progressive LCD backlight General telephone features • Dual mode caller name & number identification • 10 polyphonic ringer melodies and 5 standard ringer melodies • Conference call and voicemails • Intercom Phonebook list.1A.5 mm (H x D x W) • Base: 107 grams • 79.5 x 107 x 108 mm (H x D x W) Weight and dimensions (CD565) • Handset: 103 grams • 164. 650 mW (CD565) Weight and dimensions (CD560) • Handset: 103 grams • 164.5 x 27 x 46. Output: 6V 150mA Power consumption • Power consumption at standby mode: around 600 mW (CD560).2V Rechargeable 650mAh batteries Adaptor • Base: Input 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.2A. Output: 6V 500mA • Charger: Input 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.

Unregister the unused unavailable. •• The charging contacts are dirty. echo. base station away from them. disconnect Disconnect the power supply first and the power supply from both the handset and clean the contacts with a damp cloth. The handset on the charger does not charge. •• For more information.17 Frequently No display •• Ensure the batteries are charged. •• The service is not activated. The battery icon animates when charging. Move the base away from them. Check if the ECO mode is activated. I cannot change the settings of my voice mail. •• If the above solutions do not help. Move The signal icon flashes. Move it •• The phone receives interference from closer to the base station. No parking tone •• The handset is not placed properly on the Note cradle. handsets and try again. the base station. Bad audio (crackles. •• Ensure the handset is placed properly on the charger. The caller ID does not display. The handset loses connection with the base No dialing tone or the sound is distorted during a call. the nearby electrical appliances. Move the If the handset displays [UNREGISTERED]. •• The phone is at a location with thick walls. Tip The handset does not ring. 40 . register the handset. the optimal call conditions. •• Ensure the batteries are inserted correctly. what do I do? The voice mail service is managed by your service provider but not the phone itself. Turn it •• The handset is out of range. asked questions •• Ensure there are power and phone connections. Check with IF I fail to register the additional handsets to your service provider. etc. Contact your service provider to change the settings. handsets” on the Advanced settings section. see “Register the Ensure the handset ringtone is turned on. Move it off to increase the handset range and enjoy closer to the base station. it closer to the base station. Purchase new ones from your dealer. •• Batteries are defective. Try again after 1 minute. what do I do? •• The caller’s information is withheld or Your base memory is full. •• Check your phone connections. •• The handset is out of range.) •• The handset is nearly out of range. base station.

declara que el (type of equipment) cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE Portuguese Philips Consumer Lifestyle. BU P&A. BU P&A erklærer herved. BU P&A vakuuttaa täten että [type of equipment) tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen. ANNEX 1 English Hereby. Philips Consumer Lifestyle. att denna (type of equipment] står I överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. French Par la présente. BU P&A dichiara che questo (type of equipment) è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. declares that this [type of equipment] is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Property of Philips Consumer Lifestyle . Philips Consumer Lifestyle. Greek ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ Philips Consumer Lifestyle. Philips Consumer Lifestyle. Danish Undertegnede Philips Consumer Lifestyle. Finnish Philips Consumer Lifestyle. BU P&A declara que este [type of equipment] está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE. BU P&A dat het toestel [type of equipment] in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG. Philips Consumer Lifestyle. déclare que l’appareil [type of equipment] est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE Swedish Härmed intygar. BU P&A die Übereinstimmung des Gerätes [Type of equipment] mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den anderen relevanten Festlegungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG. BU P&A ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ [type of equipment] ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/ΕΚ Italian Con la presente Philips Consumer Lifestyle. BU P&A. BU P&A. BU P&A. Spanish Por medio de la presente. Dutch Hierbij verklaart. Philips Consumer Lifestyle. at følgende udstyr [type of equipment] overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF German Hiermit erklärt Philips Consumer Lifestyle.

All rights reserved. 0168 © 2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N. Printed in China CD560-565_EN_UM_V1.3 .V.