Review of Motorola MBP24 Audio Baby Monitor
The Motorola MBP24 is a sound/audio-only baby monitor that is also on our 2022 list of best audio monitors. It has a long range of up to 1000 ft thanks to its reliable DECT technology. This model is made by Binatone Global, a communication company that bought the Motorola brand and manufactured Motorola baby monitors including Motorola Halo+ and other great video monitors.
The display is backlit for easy viewing in the dark and it shows room temperature as well as alerts. The high sensitivity microphone allows you to hear your baby clearly and two-way talk allows clear communication between you and your child. It also has low power indicators so that you can keep an eye on its battery life.
Motorola MBP24 is an audio baby monitor that uses DECT technology to keep you connected to your baby without experiencing interferences from other devices in your home or in the neighborhood. It consists of a baby unit with a microphone and temperature sensor and a parent unit.
With up to 1000 feet range you can listen to, you can be sure to receive signals from different rooms or floors in your house. You receive an alert when you get out of range and can speak and listen to your baby with the two-way talkback intercom.
Both the baby unit and parent unit are plug-in options only, so this may be advantageous for some families but also a con for those who want a portable battery option. The high-sensitive microphone quickly picks up sounds in the baby’s room, and the parent unit has a loud volume enough to hear the baby even from across the room or even outside.
- Dect wireless connectivity
- High sensitivity microphone
- Adjustable volume
- Two-way talk
- Backlit display
- Temperature monitoring
- 1000 ft/300 m transmission range
Motorola MBP24 Audio Baby Monitor with Room Temperature Display, High Sensitivity Microphone and Two-Way Talk, White
- Simple to use
- Strong and consistent signal
- Loud volume
- Bonus temperature sensor
- Plug-in option
- Would be better with a battery option as well for convenience
- Both units must be connected to a wall plug, which limits flexibility
I am Ashley Davis, a mom of three kids and the editor here at Motherhood HQ (formerly 10BabyGear). I have been a parent since 2011 and have been doing full-time consulting as a baby sleep expert since 2019. When I am not researching or testing the next baby gear hitting the market, you’ll find me teaching my toddlers a trick or two – especially over the last few months with the lockdown. I hope you’ll find my guides and reviews helpful as you make your next purchase decision. If you have any questions, you can reach me at email@example.com.