Model # SL-6273

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Heath Zenith Wireless In-Tune MP3 Door Chime
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Heath Zenith

Wireless In-Tune MP3 Door Chime

$49.99 /each

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A way to welcome guests that is unique and exciting. The In Tune MP3 door chime by Heath Zenith allows you to personalize both the sound and style of your door chime. Add your own tunes with any MP3. Complete set includes USB cord as well as push button.

  • Wireless MP3 door chime allows you to customize the arrival music of your home
  • Add Christmas, Halloween, team fight songs, or your favorite songs to welcome your guests
  • Simple installation and quick disconnect wall bracket allows for easy music management
  • Up to 100 ft. transmission range
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What is the effective distance on the item identified below in "More details"?

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Lynda F.
Pittsburgh, PA
June 6, 2013
Heath Zenith Wireless InTune MP3 Door Chimes
Model # SL-6273 Internet # 203989196 Store SKU # 1000003813

All of the other door chimes state the effective distance which ranges from 100 feet to 225 feet.

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November 2, 2015
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The other day I bought the InTune MP3 Door Chime from Home Depot for $49.99.
The biggest disappointment is the inconsistent range. Sometimes I can bee within 6 feet of the chime without obstacles, and the button does not trigger the chimes. Then a test with the button outside and the chime inside - it does trigger the chime - most times, but not all. I also don't want the chime box to hang where it Read More
The other day I bought the InTune MP3 Door Chime from Home Depot for $49.99.
The biggest disappointment is the inconsistent range. Sometimes I can bee within 6 feet of the chime without obstacles, and the button does not trigger the chimes. Then a test with the button outside and the chime inside - it does trigger the chime - most times, but not all. I also don't want the chime box to hang where it seemingly needs to be. The point of being wireless is that I should be able to hang it anywhere within range. Range is NOT 100'.
I've read from comments here that this could be a problem with the battery but I am using brand new Duracell batteries in the chime. I have no idea where I'd find the battery found in the button.
I like the flexibility of being able to load any MP3. Where can I get a battery for the wireless button? Can I program a second button to this chime?
Next disappointment was when I found out the $25 SkinIt coupon expired in January 2014. It is November 2015! There was no way to read the offer's expiration until after I opened it.
I'm waiting for Heathco to answer my questions. Read Less
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March 8, 2014
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From my experience, I could not get more than 10 feet, even in an open area.
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March 2, 2014
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That distance would be for direct line of sight. Any walls, studs, turns, or any situation where the signal is blocked by any obstacle will drastically effect the range.
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Georgetown, SC
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October 1, 2013
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I don't know what the stated distance is from the manufacturer but mine has to be separated by less than 10 feet (far less than what you reference).
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Florida, USA
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September 28, 2013
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My unit is approx 25 feet from the front door and is working great.
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Kansas, USA
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September 26, 2013
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They don't list the range because it doesn't work when any further away than a couple of feet. And then, all you get is an occasional static crackle. Most of the time, nothing. At least, that was our experience with it. Seriously, I would get something else.
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September 8, 2013
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I have been experimenting with this one and found it to have extremely poor range. I have found the range to be approximately 40 feet indoors. Once an exterior wall is placed in the way, the range is reduced to about 5 inches. I would advise staying away from this product.
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Texas, USA
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September 3, 2013
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I don't know the exact distance but the doorbell is easily heard with the portable(we did not mount it on a wall) unit in the middle of our house. Read my review for more details.
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Lakeview, OR 97630, USA
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September 2, 2013
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All I could get was 12'. Recommend a pass on this unit.
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June 7, 2013
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Hello Lynda F. and thank you for your question.
The Heath Zenith Wireless InTune MP3 Door Chimes (Model # SL-6273) can receive a signal up to 100 feet without obstructions such doors or walls; 60-70 feet would be an effective distance through walls. The signal will not transmit through metal such as aluminum siding. It will transmit through wood and vinyl siding. Masonry and stucco will not stop the Read More
Hello Lynda F. and thank you for your question.
The Heath Zenith Wireless InTune MP3 Door Chimes (Model # SL-6273) can receive a signal up to 100 feet without obstructions such doors or walls; 60-70 feet would be an effective distance through walls. The signal will not transmit through metal such as aluminum siding. It will transmit through wood and vinyl siding. Masonry and stucco will not stop the signal but it will be weak since distance is a factor.
Check out the Quick Start Guide located here: http://www.heath-zenith.com//data/manuals/205372-02A.pdf
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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June 7, 2013
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The transmission range on this wireless door chime and push button is up to 100'.
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I have this door chime and only works when the push button is with 2 feet.

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June 10, 2013
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Chicago
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March 8, 2014
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Same here. 9 months later and the quality has not changed.
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White Lake Township, MI, USA
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January 14, 2014
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Might want to check your battery. Also depending on th material between the button and the bell maybe interfering with the radio signal. I found that certain car alarm systems may interfere with the communication and you may want to try a different code for both devices and not use the factory default.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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December 17, 2013
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Batteries do effect the potential for range. Also, make sure you aren't trying to transmit the signal through walls or corners. I recommend having this unit in the line of sight of the door.
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Mu unit is approx 25 feet from the front door and it is working great
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Kansas, USA
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September 26, 2013
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Good luck getting it to work any further away from the button than that. We had this chime for a day & took it back because it didn't work. Range was zero, wouldn't work with the volume level up & even than, would only "chime" with a static crackle... sometimes. Take it back & get something else.
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Seattle, WA, USA
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September 15, 2013
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My door chime is about 15 feet away from the door bell switch. Make sure that the batteries are properly charged and check that the door bell is working in your new spot before installing it. Officially it is supposed to work up to 100 feet.
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Greenville, SC, USA
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September 11, 2013
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Hello Bubba, try changing the placement of the doorbell in relation to the push button. It's a wireless device and things like a water heater, washer and dryer or even brick walls can affect how the wireless functions.
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Yours might be defective.Ours works fine.
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I could get 12' but that's it. You may need to move the button or the chime to better locations. One of the better locations would be the return desk at the store. I have to say this unit is a complete disappointment and would not recommend it to anyone.
With that said, I am sorry that you are having such bad luck with this item. I hope that Home Depot pulls this from stock so others won't need to Read More
I could get 12' but that's it. You may need to move the button or the chime to better locations. One of the better locations would be the return desk at the store. I have to say this unit is a complete disappointment and would not recommend it to anyone.
With that said, I am sorry that you are having such bad luck with this item. I hope that Home Depot pulls this from stock so others won't need to experience these issues with this product. Read Less
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June 19, 2013
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It sounds like it could be a weak battery. Please contact our Technical Services at 1-800-858-8501 or you can email at http://www.heath-zenith.com/servsup_contact.htm
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Shuffle?

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June 19, 2014
If I loaded a few different mp3s on this item does it have the ability to play a random mp3 with each press of the button?
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October 26, 2014
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No, but don't buy it anyway. It has limited range - less than 10 feet and no walls in the way either.
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June 23, 2014
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No, sorry, this does not shuffle between the songs you have loaded onto it. You need to select the tune it will play.
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No shuffle. You must manually press the button for your desired tone. To change tones press the button until you reach the tone you want.
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How do you skin it to your favorite cover? How long does it take to skin it?

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June 17, 2014
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Go to www.skinit.com and type in "InTune Square" in the search box. You will see the SL-6273 InTune Wireless Doorbell. Select it and then find your favorite design.
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You can print a design or color on your printer using a good photo grade paper using double sided tape or command strips to adhere it to the cover.
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The 'skin' really is just a sheet sticker you you buy from an office supply or computer store print yourself and apply to the surface.
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Wireless In-Tune MP3 Door Chime is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 59.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Musical Doorbell This is a great purchase, I purchased it in 2015. It stopped working, and I assumed it needed a battery in the piece that goes outdoors, so I went online and replaced it. Still a short, I even went to home depot to replace the whole thing, but they didn't have exact one in stock. I then had a thought, this is wireless so the indoor part may take batteries; not remembering that I put them in when i first purchased. Well Well well, all the thing needed was the batteries replaced and it works like new!!!! It wasn't a short, it just needed batteries
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from wireless capacity needs work Concept is great. having a choice of rotating door bell tunes, being able to have an image on the inside portion. However, I have your basic wireless router with the phone company at a low speed and the doorbell was too far from the router for me to get it to work. I will try again when better service comes to our neighborhood. I also wonder how many wireless devices I can have in the house at the same time.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Okay if you want 1 that doesn't work properly. Purchased this doorbell/chime. The best thing about it is that you can yse any mp3 chime you want. But in my opinion it is junk. Since we have had it (going on 2yrs or so now), the button has to be pressed just right or will not work. The battery in remote takes a while to run down, and the ones in the base will stop working and you have no idea they are dead.
Date published: 2016-09-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Range is about three feet and push-button brokeon first day. Returned to store.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Range was shorter than a politician's memory I ranked it one star because, while the bells and whistles were pretty nice, it did a very poor job of it's primary function. The range was about 10'. That's 10' line of sight. I replaced the battery in the transmitter. It made no difference. The manual stated, "range up to 100'" Not even close. I took it back for a refund the next day. I'd not recommend this unit to anyone (except maybe a politician).
Date published: 2013-11-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Doea not work more than 7 feet away. useless does not work more than 7 feet away. veryloud and clear when it doeswork though.
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy with what I payed and what I got. :D As a tech savvy guy, was able to make it work quite easily, just wish it would cycle to the next mp3 file each time the door bell is pushed. Can't say I've found a way to fix this yet, but if you only want one tune, it won't be an issue.Clear play back, even at loud volumes.
Date published: 2013-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Range too short to use, doorbell rang 1/3 presses It's fun to hear something other than the standard doorbell. Unfortunately I spent an hour trimming 10 songs, only to find that the doorbell works one out of three presses. This is with them both in the same room a few feet apart. If you bring the doorbell right next to speaker then it works, but a few feet apart it's hit or miss. Sometimes it sounds like it tries to play then fails. Going to return this after a few days of fiddling with the batteries hoping it'd start working properly. I liked it aside from the parts that didn't work - but those parts are too important to rate this thing decently.
Date published: 2014-01-23
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