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VTech DM111 Audio Baby Monitor with up to 1,000 ft of Range, 5-Level Sound Indicator, Digitized Transmission & Belt Clip

July 20, 2019 - Comment
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Spread the loveHear your child even when you’re in another room, and rest assured you’ll know when they need you with the DM111 audio baby monitor. Totally digital transmission cuts down on annoying static and feedback from other wireless devices, so the only sounds you’ll hear are your baby’s. The VTech Digital Audio Monitor –

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(as of October 15, 2019 5:16 pm GMT+0000 - Details)
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Hear your child even when you’re in another room, and rest assured you’ll know when they need you with the DM111 audio baby monitor. Totally digital transmission cuts down on annoying static and feedback from other wireless devices, so the only sounds you’ll hear are your baby’s. The VTech Digital Audio Monitor – DM111 Features: * DECT 6.0 Interference Free Communication – DECT 6.0 digital technology provides clear transmission and eliminates background noise, so you can rest assured the only sounds you – and only you – will hear are your baby’s.; * 5-Level Sound Indicator – LED lights on the parent unit indicate the level of sound in your baby’s room so you can visually monitor the noise level with the unit muted.; * Belt Clip – Clip the parent unit to your belt and take advantage of the extended range and battery-powered operation.; * Out of range indicator; * High sensitivity microphone;

Product Features

  • Insert alkaline batteries (sold separately) into the parent unit and it will stay on while you move it to a new room. For extended monitoring, make sure the parent unit is plugged into AC power
  • DECT 6.0 provides crystal clear transmission, eliminating the annoying white noise you hear from analog monitors
  • 5-level sound indicator – graphic bars on the parent unit indicate the level of sound in your baby’s room so you can visually monitor the noise level with the unit muted
  • Belt clip – clip the parent unit to your belt and take advantage of the extended range and battery-powered operation
  • Parent unit can be set to beep if: (1) link between the parent unit and the baby unit is lost, and/or (2) battery is low
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Anonymous says:

New Use for Baby Monitor I use this in order to listen in on my infant grandson when he’s visiting. Although I never thought about using a baby monitor as a caregiver tool, I did after using it for the baby. I now use it to listen in on my aged mother-in-law with Alzheimer’s. It’s very helpful while she is showering and such. I listen in to make sure she hasn’t fallen or anything. This gives her the privacy she wishes for and me the knowledge that she isn’t in danger.

Anonymous says:

Good but basic model. Consider upgrading to VTech’s next level monitor. We have used this model (“yellow”) and VTech’s most popular model, the DM221 (“silver”), also available on Amazon.Both have clear, reliable audio connections. We are in a 2-story house, about 2300 sq ft on a 9000 sq ft lot and never dropped a signal or had any other connection problems. The audio on both models is the same.Because we are in a 2-story, we use both parent units and would strongly encourage anyone with 2 stories or a single floor layout to…

Anonymous says:

Parenting Can Be Sexy Maybe you thought baby monitors would lower your sex appeal? Think again! It’s hot to easily monitor your baby with a convenient clip to the belt. Supervising your offspring is finally hip! (Get it?!)

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