Push Button Wireless Alarm Sound

I’m new at Arduino and I want to create a system where there is a remote type thing with several buttons. I want each button, when pressed, to make one wireless speaker system to play a noise. I need each button to coincide with a different speaker (I know this will mean several speaker/circuit systems) and I was just wondering where is a good starting point, possibly the best Arduino to do this with, and if it’s even feasible.

Thanks so much for your time if you read that long explanation(:

I'm new at Arduino and I want to create a system where there is a remote type thing with several buttons.

I recommend switches, instead. The Arduino prefers sweaters over button-down shirts.

I want each button, when pressed, to make one wireless speaker system to play a noise.

How is the wireless speaker system, whatever that is, to get the message? How is it to determine what noise to make? For how long?

I was just wondering where is a good starting point

A good starting point would be better requirements.

possibly the best Arduino to do this with

That would depend on what your definition of several is. And how you intend for the wireless speaker system(s) to get the message.

and if it's even feasible.

Anything's feasible. Cost effective, cheap, easy, etc. are different matters.

That sounds simple enough to do with arduino, but what is the distance between the remote and the wireless speakers?

If not a big range you could use cheap wireless modules, and a standard library called VirtualWire.

How many buttons will there be ?

( FYI for some reason , unlike the rest of the English speaking world, it seems many in the US they call momentary push buttons " switches" , even though they only have one stable state, where we use the word switch for a device that you "switch" between one of several stable states, i.e. SPDT. I dont know if they have "mouse switches" , or "push switches", or " 24 switch remote control" ??

see http://arduino.cc/en/tutorial/button )

Even better, if your speaker system is near you can use a TV remote to do this. Cheapest solution ever. I would encourage you to develop a wired system, make it work, and later go wireless. Trying to trouble shoot wireless transmission and how the speaker system should work sounds like too much work for use helping on the forum ;)