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  1. pmr
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    I guess I am a little old-school here...I prefer a ringer that makes a sound instead of playing a song. Any ideas where to find these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmr
    I guess I am a little old-school here...I prefer a ringer that makes a sound instead of playing a song. Any ideas where to find these?
    I am with you on this matter.
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    I use the old phone sound I was able to beam from my old SE T610. I agree that there should be more "adult" ways to make your phone ring. Whatever happened to a simple beep?
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    Here is the sound I use.
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    I'm with you. I really would like an alternate ring becuase there are so many Treos out there with the same ring as mine. But I want something a little conservative and professional. I don't want a 50cent ring while in a meeting with clients.
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    It's funny that there is such a demand for this type of ringer, but they are so hard to find. All I ever find are the same ones over and over (old phone ringer, the Sony Ericcson ones, Sanyo ones, etc).

    Treo=business=no rap/rock ringtones. Where can we find them???
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    Count me as part of this august group. Unless of course I can get "Diamond Girl" by Seals & Croft or "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" by Gordon Lightfoot. I'm sure all the thumpa luvas on my bus would truly enjoy them!

    Seriously, I do just want my phone to ring. Don't need a bunch of weird tones or "triangle" sounds or music clips. Just ring. Thanks for posting that Darlene. I'll give it a try.

    Oh, also, how can anyone justify paying $2.99/month for a few bars of music played on a crappy speakerphone? Just my beef.
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    I'm there too - I use the 'old phone' sound.

    Best cellphone ringer I ever heard was on one of the old clamshell nokia communicators - c.a. 1998. The phone basically whistled softly for you. Excellent in a meeting environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmr
    I guess I am a little old-school here...I prefer a ringer that makes a sound instead of playing a song. Any ideas where to find these?
    Ya I find it really odd when a professional looking persons pocket starts to play Alicia Keys

    Quote Originally Posted by darjay
    Here is the sound I use.
    Thanks darjay that was just what I was looking for.
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    Attached is a zip archive with some files from my S55, although one of them is the SE Old_Phone ringtone already uploaded here (although in midi format and sounds not so nice), and others are different versions of old and not so old telephone ringtones -- unfortunately in mmf format -- not sure if Treo can play them (I did not try).

    What I'm looking for is a collection of ringtones from The Matrix Phone (Samsung SPH-N270), here is the "examples" track -- those would be real fun to have
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    Thanks, that one sounded great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tem
    Ya I find it really odd when a professional looking persons pocket starts to play Alicia Keys
    How dare you!!!! And it's Debbie Gibson for the record
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    Here are the ring tones I use. I found them on a site called www.treo1.com.
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    How about the ones in http://treo.tc/ringtones.html?, namely Analog Telephone and 24 CTU Phone?

    These are midi files. Would those work for you?
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    Silence is nice
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    Silence, I have one just like that. Seriously,,, I would sometimes set an alert to the option "none" but my quirky kyocera 7135 would still play an alert so I gave up and made a "no sound" recording
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    So anywhere we can download quality ringers from Nokia or Motorola phones? These always seem to be great...very flexible and generic. Oddly they seem to fit a professional environment much better than the Treo ones do
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    Treobits has some that may fit that criteria but I think you have to register to DL them. http://portal.treobits.com/index.php...es&d=non_music

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