Your ANS3000 Amplified Answering Machine guarantees loud and clear messages in chronological order!
Featuring easy volume adjustments for message playback, an LCD readout that displays the number of messages and the remote access feature allows you to listen to your messages or change your outgoing message by calling in from any touch-tone phone.
PLEASE NOTE: This is an analog device. May not work with a commercial phone system unless it supports analog devices.
ANS3000 Digital Amplified Answering Machine FAQ's
Q. Is the ANS3000 wall mountable?
A. Yes, you can mount the ANS3000 onto a wall.
Q. What are the Line In and Line Out jacks on the back of the ANS3000?
A. There are two jacks on the back of the ANS3000. One jack is for the telephone line cord (labeled LINE) and the other jack is for a telephone to plug in if desired (labeled TEL).
Q. What does the 9-volt battery do?
A. If you choose to insert the optional 9 volt alkaline battery, you will be able to receive new messages for approximately 2 hours during a power outage, but you will not be able to access any of the other machine functions. Once power is restored, you will be able to listen to the new messages.
Q. Will I lose all data if I lose power?
A. The ANS3000 utilizes non-volatile flash memory to store data such as the language selection, ringer number, playback speed, outgoing messages and recorded messages. This data will not be lost if the ANS3000 loses power. However, the Day setting is not stored and will need to be reset when power is restored.
Q. Will this work with my fax machine?
A. The first source to check is the fax machine manual. It should outline how it will or won’t work with an answering machine. As for the ANS3000, it will allow you to set the number of "Rings to answer" from between 2 to 6 rings. The ANS3000 will pick up the call after that number of rings so you will need to set your fax machine accordingly.
Q. What languages does the ANS3000 support?
A. English, Spanish and French.
Q. Do I need to manually set the time?
A. If you subscribe to Caller ID service with your telephone service provider, the correct time is automatically set when you receive a call. If you do not subscribe to Caller ID service, you can set the time manually.