Each team uses one or more wireless buzzers (shown on the left).  Unlike a typical TV remote control, no one has to "aim" these ring-in devices. They work up to 50 feet away (and sometimes more).

Wireless handheld buzzers identify the player who rings-in.  Dome-topped ("Big Daddy") buzzers are designed to be shared by a team.
Setting up a Slam-In system takes almost no time at all. Plug the wireless receiver into your computer's USB port, and distribute buzzers to your players/teams.
How Slam-In Works

It really
is as easy as 1-2-3:

      1. Plug in the USB wireless receiver.

      2. Launch the Slam-In Match Manager software.

      3. Play!
Anyone who knows the answer can hit their buzzer or press a ring-in button to ring-in on behalf of their team and lock out everyone else. Slam-In identifies which team - and which player - and can play a customizable ring-in sound identifying that team and that specific player.  Slam-In can even detect early ring-ins automatically and allows you to award bonus points for early right answers ("powers") or penalize early wrong answers ("negs").  It also handles "blurt" scoring.
If they answer correctly, you click the "Right" button (or press the + button), and that team wins points. If they answer incorrectly, you click the "Wrong" button (or press the - button):
Slam-In lets you distribute and use up to 50 individual ring-in devices at one time!  And you can organize your contestants into as many as 10 teams.

Or conduct a toss-up practice with up to 40 students playing head-to-head, without scoring.
Toss-up Questions, Bonus Questions, and Team Questions. Powers & Negs. On-screen timers for ring-in and answer control. Time outs.  A Round Timer and automated scorekeeping.  Lightning Rounds.  Automatic early ring-in detection.

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And - if your game settings allow it - the other team(s) now have a chance to ring-in because Slam-In resets the system automatically. If you have set a Wrong Answer Penalty, those points are deducted as well.