Several years ago we bought a small
Halloween doorbell during the Halloween season. It was cute, but had several drawbacks. We
have always wanted a real doorbell system that we could record our own chime and use year
Thanks to Dimangoâ,
the largest manufacturer of wireless doorbells in North America, you now can hear your
favorite scary sound effect, song or even your own personal greeting when someone presses
your door chime button!
It's so easy, just record your sound effect
or music using the internal microphone or plug microphone cord (included) into your
computer, radio or CD player. Record up to 10 seconds of your favorite tune or
sound. You may also select from two pre-recorded tunes, ding-dong or Westminster
Chimes. Authentic wood cover.
- Superior sound and authentic chime styling
add an elegant touch to any home.
- Different sounds for front, back and other
doors by adding additional button modules.
- Up to 150-foot operating range.
- 32 selectable codes block interference from
Large 4" Speaker - 30% louder than standard wireless chimes with beautiful, rich
Low-battery is indicated with sound and light
Adjustable Volume Control
Uses (4) D-cell alkaline batteries (not included)
Plays 3 sounds:
Your recorded tune - Ding Dong - Westminster Chime
Convenient sound-select on front of button; Change to a different sound anytime, in
seconds. Dependable - works from -30 degrees F to 130 degrees F
Mount with screws or double face tape (included)
Uses (2) 3-volt lithium batteries (included and installed)
Below are a few of the ways we've
used our Record-A-Chime:
Addams Family "Gong"
Theme from the movie "Halloween"
Selected portion from the Funeral March
Theme from the movie "Psycho"
In addition to using music or sound effects
CD's to record your chime from, there's a ton of spooky WAV files available on the Net
that you can download and record into the Record-A-Chime.
You can also use these as part of your haunt
by placing the doorbell unit behind tombstones, in trees, in closets, anywhere you want a
sound effect to emanate from. Then when the unsuspecting visitor passes by, you press the
chime button. We're going to use it for our Christmas greeting as well.
Check your local hardware store for availability.