I'd like to be able to get an intercom system installed in my house. Maybe 4
or 5 stations would do. Are there any that I can install myself or do they
have to be professionally installed?
Also, I'd hate to tear into the walls to run wires so I'd like to know if
there are any good wireless ones (or even ones which supposedly use the
house wiring). The rooms I want to connect are on thre different floors.
We previously used an intercom system from Radio Shack ("You've got
questions, we've got blank stares") that connected to our existing
telephone wiring. It worked OK, but then we got a Sony cordless phone
system that incorporates an intercom function and an answering machine.
On 08/01/04 10:42 pm Walter Cohen put fingers to keyboard and launched
the following message into cyberspace:
"blank stares" cracked me up -- right on! :-)
I, too bought a Radio Schlock item but it goes through the house wiring.
Works very well. I have 3 and all I have to do is plug it in and it works.
I've mounted one on a kitchen wall, put one next to my wife's side of the
bed and move the other wherever I want. Currently my daughter's got it while
So, while we're making fun of RS, their products actually do work very well!
Howard from Santa Rosa, CA
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