Best Multi-room Baby Monitor

Updated on March 28, 2010
M.J. asks from Saint Paul, MN
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We are expecting our second child and I am in need of another baby monitor. The one we have picks up too much static and I would like to see if I can find out that has two receivers to listen to both of my children. Any ideas?

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answers from Washington DC on

I've got the Sony Baby Call and LOVE it! The best thing about it is that you can put the receiver on a setting so it only kicks on if there is noise to activate it. Its got a million channels (ok, maybe that's exaggerating a bit, LOL) but you can really adjust it to get a clear channel.



answers from Champaign on

We got the Graco one for 2 rooms, I think it is called the I-Duo It is great it has 2 bases and 2 receivers. You can program the receivers to monitor both bases for set periods of time. It works really well, we love it.



answers from Chicago on

I do home daycare and have loved my graco imonitor vibe 2
It has 2 kid units and 2 parent units and what I do is have one parent unit set to one room and one set to the other room. It has multiple channels and long range - I can take it at least 100 ft away from the house and still hear it perfectly with no static. I have never had interference either.
There are 20% off coupons out there for baby products at Toys or Babies R Us. I've used this one for over 18 mos now and it's still great (despite being dropped multiple times... )

The only problem I have ever had is that the kid unit gets unplugged and you don't realize it.



answers from Boston on

We have the V-tech, DECT 6.0. It's great, comes with two monitors, separate chargers, sensitivity settings and it is small and portable without a hassle. It works and I don't feel uneasy when I'm downstairs, or doing laundry in the basement. Purchased from Walmart...$59.99 and so far worth it!



answers from Sherman on

My kids bedrooms are right next to each other so the one monitor picks up both rooms. Just a thought



answers from Chicago on

We purchased the Sony BabyCall Nursery Monitor and bought two systems to have a transmitter in both rooms. There are 27 channel options (using 3 red, yellow or green toggle switches) and we set each room to a different channel. It was great because I could carry just one receiver all over the house with me and just switch the channel back and forth to hear each room. It's a great monitor -- no interference between the rooms or from the neighbors, phones, etc

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answers from Chicago on

I have the Graco I-Digital Vibe (I believe that's what it's called!) Anyways, it comes with 1 main unit for the baby's room, and then 2 receivers, which are wireless & come with chargers. They are amazing!! There is very minimal, if any, interference. They can go quite the distance too! We tried them out & we can get to my neighbor's house---8 houses down the street & still have 100% clear reception. They aren't costly either--I know Target sells them-around $60 for a single receiver and about $85 for 2 receivers.
Good luck & congrats & baby #2!!

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