VTech DM221 Audio Baby Monitor with up to 1,000 ft of Range, Vibrating Sound-Alert, Talk Back Intercom & Night Light Loop
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- CLEAR AUDIO AND LONG RANGE - DECT 6.0 technology provides clear audio transmission, eliminating annoying background noise while allowing you to move from room to room. Up to 1,000 feet of range lets you stay connected to your baby from another room
- 5-LEVEL SOUND INDICATOR AND 2-WAY TALK-BACK INTERCOM - LEDs on the parent unit indicate the level of sound in your baby's room so you can visually monitor the noise level. The built-in intercom on the parent unit lets you talk to your baby from any room
- NIGHT LIGHT ON THE BABY UNIT - A soothing light on the baby unit gently illuminates a dark nursery. Both the parent unit(s) and baby unit allow you to turn on or off the nighlight on the baby unit
- SOUND SENSITIVITY OF THE BABY UNIT - You can choose to hear sounds from the baby unit all the time, or to hear sounds that exceed a certain level. You can use the parent unit to adjust the microphone sensitivity of your baby unit
- The parent unit runs on rechargeable Ni-MH battery or AC power. To continuously monitor your baby, make sure you use both battery and AC power at the same time. With the battery alone, the parent unit can cordlessly run for a short time only
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Product detailsStyle:Monitor with One Parent Unit
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Date First Available : 28 March 2018
- Manufacturer : Vtech
- ASIN : B007NG5UF4
- Item Model Number : DM221
- Department : Baby-boys
- Customer Reviews:
The VTech DM221 Digital Audio Monitor with DECT 6.0 digital technology provides crystal clear transmission, eliminating the annoying white noise you hear from analog monitors. The only sounds you hear are coming from your baby. Totally digital transmission eliminates background noise and prevents interference so you can rest assured the only sounds you—and only you—will hear are your baby's. Make sure the Baby Unit is turned on. Move the Parent Unit closer to the Baby Unit, but not closer than 1 meter / 3 feet. If you are using the Parent Unit in cordless mode, the battery may be low and requires recharging. A full charge takes 12 hours. Reset the system by disconnecting power from both units, waiting at least one minute, then reconnecting power. Allow time for the two units to link to each other. Nearby cordless phones or other electronic devices may be interfering with the baby monitor. Separate these devices as far apart as possible. When you turn the nightlight on, if no sound is detected for 15 minutes, the light will turn itself off.
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I bought rechargeable batteries at added expense and they worked good at first but they have some serious annoying problems.
First of all, the whole two way thing isn’t a ‘thing’ with these. They just don’t work for that, which is really too bad.
Second, the pairing feature is crazy annoying! It will not stop beeping until you turn it off if one of them or the baby module is turned off. So, say you want some privacy in the room with the baby monitor, wherever the other two are, they start to beep as soon as you turn it off.
They have to be powered off to get them to stop and the sounds are crazy annoying. The pairing is pretty easy and they have good range but the parent modules can’t be in the same room as the baby module without horrible feedback.
The nightlight isn’t really a nightlight, it’s more of a way to see the monitor in the dark. It’s not bright at all
Over time the sound gets really bad and it picks up background sound more than voices or baby noises. It’s not helpful. It’s also so quiet I have to hold it up to my ear to hear it.