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Best Rated Baby Monitors Review

Updated on September 19, 2014
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Best Rated Baby Monitors

A baby monitor, sometimes called a baby alarm, is simply a device that lets you monitor your baby while he or she sleeps. If your child wakes you are able to hear him or her through a radio system with a transmitter that has a microphone and is placed near the child, the receiver is placed near you so that you hear any sounds that the child makes.

The best rated baby monitors allow for two way communications so that you can speak to your child. This can be a great benefit allowing you to calm your child with your voice until you are able to get to his or her room.

Some of the best rated baby monitors allow for music to be played to the child while other have a video monitor included that can be viewed on your television or on a portable LCD screen that may be included with the baby monitor. Many of the baby monitors that cam with a cam have a night vision feature that will allow you to view you child in a dark room.

Infant Optics DXR-5 2.4 GHz Digital Video Baby Monitor with Night Vision

Infant Optics DXR-5 2.4 GHz Digital Video Baby Monitor with Night Vision

This baby monitor has a super sensitive screen with built in microphone, static free digital wireless transmission, night vision and voice activation mode

It comes with a a large 2.4 inch TFT video screen which has an incredibly sensitive built in microphone, additionally it night vision capability means you will be able to keep an eye on your little one even in low light conditions. Add in the power saving voice activation system and you have yourself one smart and powerful baby monitor all for less than $100.

Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Infrared Night Vision

Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor with Infrared Night Vision

This baby monitor features a 3.5" color LCD screen, infrared night vision with remote pan, tilt and zoom and five polyphonic lullabies.

This is one of my favorite and one of the best baby monitors you will find today. With features such as the ability to speak to your baby or your partner through the device, its audio data encryption for security, the room temperature sensor and its "out of range" warning sensor, you know you are getting all the features you could ever want.

Summer Infant Baby Touch Digital Color Video Monitor

Summer Infant Baby Touch Digital Color Video Monitor

This baby monitor features a 3.5" touch screen color video display, pan, scan and zoom, a 2 way talk back feature that lets you talk to your child and a docking station

Angelcare Video, Movement and Sound Monitor, Gray/white

Angelcare Video, Movement and Sound Monitor, Gray/white

This is a great baby monitor for a very reasonable price, it includes an under the mattress sensor pad, a 2.75 inch lcd screen that includes night vision, two way talk back and a nursery night light.

Features of the Best Rated Baby Monitors

Baby monitors allow you to monitor your baby while you are in another room, the best rated baby monitors do this in several ways. Now days more than just video is available, you can use motion and temperature monitoring as well. Additionally many baby monitors allow you to talk back to your baby, play lullabies and some even provide nightlights. The best rated baby monitors will usually include several of the following.

  • Color video monitoring
  • Ability to talk to your child
  • Motion monitoring
  • Temperature monitoring
  • Night vision
  • Wireless set up
  • Ability to play lullabies

Best Rated Baby Monitor Features

Some of the other features you may find with the best rated baby monitors are motions sensors which use a pressure sensitive mat that is placed under the babies mattress to monitor movement or lack of movement, temperature sensors to monitor the babies temperature, an alarm that sounds if your babies breathing is interrupted and units with several transmitters to monitor multiple rooms at once.

The best rated baby monitors are wireless meaning you will not have to have any expensive wiring installed to use your baby monitor. Although wireless is the preferred method be aware that it is possible to receive interference from cordless telephones, wireless computer networks and other such devices, even the top rated baby monitors can not escape this problem.

Additionally, it is possible that that someone using a radio scanner would be able to listen in on the baby monitor. For this reason it is suggested that you turn off the baby monitor when ever it is not being used to monitor your child.

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      5 years ago

      We used the angel monitor for all three of our children. I truly believe it is one of the best. My girls suffered from sleep apnea when I first brought them home. The angel monitor saved their lives more than once.


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