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    Default Twin baby monitors for new baby and toddler

    Hi everyone,

    Hoping to get some recommendations or insight into baby monitors that you can use two baby units with one parent unit.

    I've seen an Oricom 710 and a Uniden twin camera system; I'm not too fussed about having a camera, at the moment I just have a basic audio monitor, but can't seem to find audio only systems that you can use with two baby units?

    The oricom that I saw doesn't allow split screen, instead it scans between the cameras - does anyone use this? It sounds a bit chaotic!

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    I hunted for ages for one like that but I could only find audio ones with 2 parent monitors, not child monitors.
    I ended up just buying another identical monitor so I had two. Works really well, I labelled the parent monitors so I knew which room they were for.

    [The hubber formerly known as misscheviuz]

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    The oricom one I got can take up to 4 child camera units and it's split screen on the parent unit. Really easy to use and the quality is amazing. It is an oricom secure910

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePancakeDrawer View Post
    I ended up just buying another identical monitor so I had two. Works really well, I labelled the parent monitors so I knew which room they were for.

    [The hubber formerly known as misscheviuz]
    Sounds like a great alternative option, thanks!

    Anyone else?


 

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