Reviews and Problems with Summer Infant Day&Night Video Monitor
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Summer Infant Day And Night Baby Video Monitor Review
31 January 2011
Conclusion: Ultimately, if you’re looking for a video baby monitor that gets the job done, then the Day and Video Monitor by Summer Infant fits the bill. Not only does it allow you to keep an eye on your baby, but it also gives you the freedom to be able to do what you need to around the house, or even be the willing and able host when guests come over without ever having to disturb the little one.
Pros: Three different channels of reception, Glass screen provides for better video quality, 900 Mhz technology affords you good reception at virtually any distance, Ability to add more cameras for added room coverage, LED lights allow you to see in the dark, Ability to separate sound from video, Camera is fully adjustable and mountable with all the necessary accessories provided
Cons: Audio quality that’s earmarked by lots of static leaves a little to be desired, but at least you have the option to turn it down, A flatscreen monitor would’ve been nice, but as it is, unit is compact and portable enough
Excerpt: From the Manufacturer For parents wanting to monitor additional rooms or children in their house there’s the Summer Infant Extra Video Camera. Keep an eye on your child wherever they are. The camera is wall-mountable, adjustable for best-angle viewing, and has LED lights so you can monitor your children in a darkened room.
Excerpt: Amazon.com Review Ahh, baby has finally fallen asleep. Time to do the dishes/eat dinner/go to sleep?but wait! Is that the baby waking up? Is she coughing? Is she breathing? Every new parent (and one or two veteran ones, too) knows this scenario. It?s lovely when your baby sleeps, but it sure would be nice to keep an eye on her, too. But there aren?t too many parents around who have the luxury of sitting quietly in baby?s bedroom, watching her sleep.