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  • What a concept: a product that at a bargain price. Check out the competition — this is the for game show buzzer systems. A definite recommend for quiz game presenters!

    This Game Show Buzzer theoretically system supports over 25 buzzers and can be made without a drop of solder! It’s perfect for the DIYer who is working on a budget and does not have a lot of electronics experience. Of course, if you want to do a tiny bit of soldering, your button choices open up a bunch. I could have made this a straight through tutorial, but instead I wanted to show a few options so you can decide how fancy you want to get and how much you want to spend. I’ve broken this up into two sections…the brain and the buzzers. The system I made is setup to be used with the Game Show Presenter software found at . I didn’t want to spend the kind of money that people pay for these buzzer systems, so I built this in about a day. These plans are my gift to you. I hope they’re a blessing.

  • Who's First? is a stand-alone "buzz-in" gameshow buzzer system that will add excitement and real time technology to any fast-action Q&A game. The system identifies first and second place respondents with snazzy lights, a loud buzzer (which can be turned off, if desired), and 6 color-coded touch pads that announce who came in first -- and second!

    The team buttons are large enough to cater to team play and foster camaraderie. The 6-team Light Tower measures 19" H (Base is 8" diameter) and weighs just 3 lbs. Who's First? operates through radio frequency signals; touch pads can be placed as far as 80 feet from the light unit. No software required!

    This Game Show Buzzer theoretically system supports over 25 buzzers and can be made without a drop of solder! It’s perfect for the DIYer who is working on a budget and does not have a lot of electronics experience. Of course, if you want to do a tiny bit of soldering, your button choices open up a bunch. I could have made this a straight through tutorial, but instead I wanted to show a few options so you can decide how fancy you want to get and how much you want to spend. I’ve broken this up into two sections…the brain and the buzzers. The system I made is setup to be used with the Game Show Presenter software found at . I didn’t want to spend the kind of money that people pay for these buzzer systems, so I built this in about a day. These plans are my gift to you. I hope they’re a blessing.

    FunBuzzer™ game show buzzer system

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    FunBuzzer™
    A low–cost game show buzzer system ideal for:

    • Academic classroom learning games & exercises
    • Corporate training games and exercises
    • Seminar and team building review
    • Lecture or presentation review
    • Conference or panel discussion review
    • Employee workshops
    • Bible drills
    • Games such as Jeopardy and Familly Feud
    • Trivia and quiz games

    Lockout circuitry accepts only the first player′s buzz–in.
    Moderator resets the system with a simple push of a button.
    Control Unit accommodates up to 8 individual contestant positions
       or up to 8 teams of 5 contestants (up to 40 players in all).

  • FunBuzzer™ game show buzzer system

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    a media player may open.)

    Who's First? is a stand-alone "buzz-in" gameshow buzzer system that will add excitement and real time technology to any fast-action Q&A game. The system identifies first and second place respondents with snazzy lights, a loud buzzer (which can be turned off, if desired), and 6 color-coded touch pads that announce who came in first -- and second!

    The team buttons are large enough to cater to team play and foster camaraderie. The 6-team Light Tower measures 19" H (Base is 8" diameter) and weighs just 3 lbs. Who's First? operates through radio frequency signals; touch pads can be placed as far as 80 feet from the light unit. No software required!

Game Show Buzzer Lockout Systems for Game Show

In my church youth group we discovered the need for a “game show buzzer” when playing games like Jeopardy or other quiz-type games. We used to use the old-fashioned method of raising your hand to answer a question but found that we couldn’t tell who raised their hand first. Then we tried the “grabbing an object” method of answering but students started wrestling each other for the object so clearly the little guys were disadvantaged. So, I developed this buzzer so there is no question who was first to buzz in!