Try digitalacoustics.com They make a IP Based intercom system. very simple to setup, and works over a network. If you have a wired or a wireless connection between the two, it will be pretty much plug-n-play.
We have used these on both the commercial & residential side.
mnmcomm The best price is not always the best value.
How about a typical plug-in intercom system that uses the power lines to carry the signal? It'll work between any buildings that share the same power transformer.
I use to have one like that. I don't recall the brand, but I think it was under $50. It went from my house to my shop( about 80' away) and worked great! Cheap cell phone service eventually lead to it's demise.
Every day is a good day.......some are just better than others!
Yeah same thing on the cell service. With free in network calling by most companies people call rather than shout.
As I and most of my family have Nextel... my intercom follows me anywhere in the US.
I see houses all day that had intercoms built into the home and they have not been used in years. MOst common is to have a phone system that allows paging. Panasonic KTX is popular with the company we work with.
Both these properties are main house/pool house situations. I expect to be swimming at one of these two next summer, and my Nextel phone would create an unsightly and improperly placed bulge in my trunks. :-)
Also, in spite of the fact there is a cell tower 800 yards from one of the sites and 1100 yards from the other, Nextel reception sucks. No go on that.
The Panasonic phone thing is also out. Both these households are small & simple, and have no need for a business phone system.
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