Setting Sounds

You can adjust the volume of sounds produced by the machine when sending/receiving a fax. In addition to setting sounds for faxes, you can specify whether or not confirmation and warning sounds are produced.

Adjusting the Volume for Sending/Receiving Faxes

You can adjust the volume of sounds produced for fax functions, such as the communication and cancellation sounds during fax transmission, or the sound to indicate that a received fax is finished printing. You can also set whether or not a sound is produced for the Fax Memory Lock sending/receiving result.
1
Press the Volume Settings key. Control Panel
2
Adjust the volume or specify the setting, and press <OK>.
<Alarm Volume>
Adjust the volume of sound that is produced when fax transmission is canceled, or when a received fax is finished printing. If you do not want a sound to be produced, press  all the way to the left.
<Monitor Volume>
Adjust the volume of sound that is produced when sending a fax. If you do not want a sound to be produced, press  all the way to the left.
<Memory RX/TX End Tone>
Specify whether or not a sound is produced when Fax Memory Lock sending/receiving completes without an error. Saving Received Documents in the Machine (Memory Reception)
<Memory RX/TX Error Tone>
Specify whether or not a sound is produced when Fax Memory Lock sending/receiving completes with an error. Saving Received Documents in the Machine (Memory Reception)

Setting the Confirmation Sound and Warning Sound

The machine produces sounds in a variety of situations, such as when control panel keys or touch panel buttons are pressed, or when a malfunction occurs. You can specify whether or not set each sound individually.
1
Press the Volume Settings key. Control Panel
2
Press <Other Volume Settings>.
If the option to enable use of the fax function is not installed (System Options), <Volume Settings> is displayed (for the 230 V machine only).
3
Set each confirmation sound/warning sound and press <Close>.
Setting Items
Description
<Entry Tone>
Sound produced each time a key on the control panel or a button on the touch panel display is pressed
<Invalid Entry Tone>
Sound produced when an invalid key/button operation is performed, or when you enter a number outside the valid setting range
<Restock Supplies Tone>
Sound produced when the amount of toner is low
<Forgot Original Tone>
Sound produced if original is remained on the platen glass after operation is finished
<Error Tone>
Sound produced when a malfunction such as paper jam or operational error occurs
<Job Done Tone>
Sound produced when an operation such as copying or scanning is complete
<Sleep Mode Tone>
Sound produced when the machine enters sleep mode, or when the machine is turned OFF if you set <Quick Startup Settings for Main Power> to <On>. (Depending on the situations, the machine does not startup quickly and the tone does not sound.)
<Login Tone>
Sound produced when login is successful
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Press <OK>.
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