Philips Avent Analogue Baby Monitor was £115.00 now £49.99 + Free Delivery @ KiddiCare (Rechargeable/visible and audible link indicators/Works with landlines & mobile phones/noise filter/4 channels) - HotUKDeals
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Philips Avent Analogue Monitor SCD469 Description
The Philips Avent Analogue Monitor SCD469 functions as a normal baby monitor, however there are occasions when you need that extra freedom a normal monitor is unable to provide; for example, when you are gardening. With the Dial-Up monitor you can easily switch to the dial-up mode.

Complete peace of mind

Pick up the phone and listen to your child
Extend the reception range for virtually unlimited distance
Indicates a continuous connection between the two units.
For total flexibility
For reduced interference

Ultimate mobility in and around the house

When used as a normal baby monitor, in open air
Rechargeable parent unit for minimum 24 hours of monitoring.

Convenience for you and your child

See baby's sounds even with the volume off
Allows you to talk to the baby

Digital signal confirmation

Indicates a continuous connection between the baby and the parent unit with visible and audible link indicators.

Works with landlines and mobile phones

For total flexibility

4 channels

For reduced interference

Sound-level lights on parent unit

Sometimes it's a great help to 'see' when your baby makes a sound. This row of lights provides you with a clear visual indication.

Features
4 Channels
200m Range
40.675 - 40.690 MHz Frequency band
Auto out of range warning
Battery low indication
Power on indication
Volume control
Belt clip on parent unit
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#2
Good price for the added features, the sound quality of digital is so much better though.
#3
stewie
Good price for the added features, the sound quality of digital is so much better though.



Does sound like a good feature list but I have to agree, I was shocked to read it's analogue....
#4
If I am buying this to listen for my baby crying, why would I care what the sound quality is like? Surely an analogue transmission of an unsettled child is still discernible as exactly that?
#5
hurdy
If I am buying this to listen for my baby crying, why would I care what the sound quality is like? Surely an analogue transmission of an unsettled child is still discernible as exactly that?


Mobile phones used to be analogue, now they are digitial, I don't know the science behind it but there must be a reason?

Also anyone can listen in on analogue.
#6
i would not recommend this at all i had this for my first little one it didnt pick him up coughing , and there was a delay to hear him cry took it back to boots
#7
Will i be able to use this whilst i nip down to the pub then? :p
#8
hurdy
If I am buying this to listen for my baby crying, why would I care what the sound quality is like? Surely an analogue transmission of an unsettled child is still discernible as exactly that?


It's not only that, you get hissing, interference etc. I bought the BT digital baby monitor plus for about £35 refurbished and it has worked flawlessly.
#9
omisnad
Will i be able to use this whilst i nip down to the pub then? :p


I was thinking the same:-

Remote dial in - great, let's all go out, leave baby asleep and dial in from the mobile.
#10
neilcaldwell
I was thinking the same:-

Remote dial in - great, let's all go out, leave baby asleep and dial in from the mobile.


LOL and get a free appearance in the sun and mirror newspapers for child neglect :whistling:

DONT try this at home kiddies :p
#11
hurdy
If I am buying this to listen for my baby crying, why would I care what the sound quality is like? Surely an analogue transmission of an unsettled child is still discernible as exactly that?


my 5 month old niece seems to have a broken volume control...it appears to be locked into the very very loud setting, so I doubt this monitor would make any difference, there is no-where in the house to hide :p

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