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Summer Infant Slim and Secure Digital Audio Monitor Dual Receiver


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  • Digital Technology; Parent unit: 400' range, AC adapter included
  • Low battery indicator, power on/off indicator/switch, volume control, visual sound lights
  • Baby unit: AC powered, power on/off indicator/switch
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 2.5 x 9.7 inches
UPC012914029503
Item model number02950Z
Batteries:2 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Target genderUnisex
Additional product featuresWirelessDigitalColor
Number of items1
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life500 hours
  
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ASINB004HWDMV6
Best Sellers Rank #50,351 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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Product Description

For parents looking for a audio only monitor that provides superior quality and reception there's the Summer Infant Simply Clear Digital Audio Monitor. It has all the basic features an audio monitor with a sleek, modern design.

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Customer Reviews

Soft blue light makes it easy to find at night.
Eric
I actually like the light especially when the volume is turned down low, the light flashes when sound comes through so I know that my child is making noise.
lyo_doulos
Super frustrating to want baby sleeping in his own bed and the monitor won't work right.
Laura

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A. Bennett on April 24, 2011
We just wanted a regular baby monitor...no frills. Just one that works with reliable batteries and clear sound. We like this monitor just fine. I agree with the other reviewers that it does have a fairly bright blue light when it is turned on. At first I thought this was going to bug us...but let's face it, with a three month old we are so exhausted it would take a lot more than a blue light to keep us up. It's slim and portable and provides a very nice nightlight on the base part in our baby's room. If you're not looking for a video monitor, this one does the job just fine.

Update....three months later.
Still love these monitors. As time went on, and we were getting more sleep at night, we did notice the brightness of the blue light. On the monitor we keep in our bedroom, I put a small piece of black duct tape over the part of the monitor that shines the brightest (down at the bottom and across the power button). It doesn't affect the function and diffuses the light a bit. The other monitor we keep in the living room, so the light is not an issue. Overall still pleased with our purchase.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Alissa G. on June 4, 2011
We bought this monitor for our newborn son because it was digital and offered a long range- supposedly. At first, I mainly used it for daytime naps and because he is ready to go to bed before us at night. Now he has moved into his own room and we use it all night as well. The blue lights are horrible. The on/off button flashes every few seconds and is extremely bright. The lights to indicate noise (on the edges of units) are bright as well. We use a small fan (set on low) in our baby's room for white noise so these lights are ALWAYS on. Add the large flashing power button and you have a Daddy sleeping in another room and a Mommy sleeping with an eye pillow. (I can still see the blue lights from under the eye pillow and it s a Bucky). Last night we finally put the parent unit in a black sport sock and it did the trick- could hear it but the lights are nearly gone. Would have used black electrical tape but I don't want a gummy baby monitor in a couple of months. We have found that we must have the unit facing us at night as we run a fan in our room as well and its hard to hear the baby over the 12" fan set on low.
The parent unit does beep when the receiver loses power, is turned off, or the parent unit is low on battery which is a good feature. It also beeps when you press the plus or minus button for volume control= super annoying in the middle of the night. Summer Infant would do well to change to a pin-head size power indicator light on the parent units. It would also be great if you could turn noise indicators on and off or at least control volume and light intensity.
The range of this unit is so-so. Our house is 3000 sq ft. and reception inside is ok. Outside is a different story.
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41 of 52 people found the following review helpful By CK in PA on December 5, 2011
I love people. Every review I read here says something boring about how bright the blue monitor lights are. Seriously, people? Come on. At best, these lights are as bright as the single blue power indicator on my electric toothbrush; hardly even worth noting. Believe me, if this light was disruptive and causing any extra sleep loss, I wouldn't be using it. Period. I can only imagine neurotic first time parents in their beds at night leering in terror at this almost non-existent blue light. If you aren't so exhausted when you hit your pillow in the rare times that you have an opportunity to sleep, then you're doing something wrong during the day.

Anyway, the monitor works totally fine. You can hear your baby just fine.

Come on, guys...let's hold it together. We have at least 18 more years of fretting.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. N. Howard on April 26, 2011
This monitor provides crystal clear reception. I can even hear when my son "sighs". We purchased this for our son who has special needs and is now 11. We need to be able to hear him if he has any breathing issues and this is by far the best monitor I've used.

The transmitter is plugged in, in his room.
The receiver can be plugged in OR runs on battery. If the transmitter in his room is turned off, OR if the power goes out, as long as there is a battery in the receiver, it will start beeping to let me know it is not receiving a signal.

I've read some reviews that say the blue light on the receiver is very bright. It is a bit bright, but I just don't put it on my night stand. Instead I simply place it on the floor and "point" the lights under the bed.

For any parents who may have a hard time hearing, the lights are a very clear signal that something is going on in the room with the transmitter.

A simple design, and it works perfectly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rman99 on June 26, 2014
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My wife and I purchased this monitor 2 years ago for our son's room and didn't want to spend a ton of money on a video monitor.

The monitor have good range and coming with 2 receivers is nice to have so that there is always one in the bedroom and another "floater" to take around the house. Unfortunately, the monitor has a constant buzz or hiss sound coming through it at all times when on. Its a double edged sword. The buzz can take getting used to at first, but afterwards lets you know its actually communicating. After long enough, you don't even notice it and its not a big deal at all.

A big positive for the monitor is that it is quite sensitive and picks up noises in the room quite well, you hear subtle movements and load sighs from the child in the crib as well as getting a light up indication. The overall sound quality of what comes through is clear and there is not problem with distinguishing noises from the child.

As for the connection to the base.....We have had no issues with range. The base for us was placed in my sons room on the second floor and I routinely take the receiver into the basement or outside while doing yard word. In both of those scenarios the monitor communicates continuously with no breaking up until I reach the back of our yard. When the connection begins to get lost there will be a beep from the monitor to let you know there is no connection from the base to the receiver.

There is one factor to note about the connection. Given this model is a bit of a "cheaper" monitor, there is no ability to change the communication frequency. So during times of heavy wifi traffic or when our microwave is running, the monitor cuts out.
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