D.T. asks from Naperville, IL on May 18, 2011
Dual Transmitter Baby Monitor
I'm looking for a baby monitor that would allow us to monitor two separate nurseries simultaneously. It seems all of the ones I've been able to find reviews for online are no longer being sold. I'd like to avoid having two separate monitors if possible. If anyone has any suggestions I'd appreciate it.
L.R. answers from Chicago on May 19, 2011
We used Summer (though only for one room) with our first child. It wore out after about 2.5 yrs - audio went very static-y. We bought a Lorex monitor that can cover up to 4 rooms (but is sold with just one or two cameras depending on where you buy it) and have been very pleased. We bought it from Costco but I see it is on Amazon.com as well. We've had it now for ~3 months - hopefully it will last longer than the Summer one but we'll see. Just this morning I took it outside with me while with my 3 yr old to monitor the baby sleeping upstairs and it still performed even at the edges of our 1/2 acre yard. Picture and audio were perfect. Our Summer one never worked outside of our house.
J.S. answers from Detroit on May 18, 2011
We use this monitor. You have to buy two camera but it works great. We even have it in the same room, just on two cribs. No interference. This has 1 monitor and 2 cameras. You just change between the different channels.
L.H. answers from Chicago on May 19, 2011
We use the Summer Infant Colored Monitor and bought a second monitor and camera when we had our second child and it works great one room on channel "A" and the other room on "B" and it's nice having 2 monitors, so you have 1 upstairs and 1 downstairs. They're pricy, we ended up picking up our second on Ebay. Good luck!
S.E. answers from Chicago on May 19, 2011
We also have the lorex from Costco. We are only using it with one room so far but we have been happy so far. It comes with two cameras.