Hamzer 61-Key Electronic Piano Electric Organ Music Keyboard with Stand, Microphone, & Sticker Sheet - Black
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As far as I can tell, not yet. There is only an Audio in, a Microphone in, and a Power Input on the back panel.
In my daughter's case, she sets hers at 30 inches, which corresponds to 2 1/2 feet. My understanding is that there is some adjustability in the stand, but I am not 100% sure.
It comes with an adapter for the wall. Therefore, it does not need to be powered by
You can use batteries if you wish.
Selected User Reviews For Hamzer 61-Key Electronic Piano Electric Organ Music Keyboard with Stand, Microphone, & Sticker Sheet - Black
I’m going to sum everything up with this There is no point in wasting my time, being worth a dime at most, so I regret my purchase and think this thing should be sent out into the ocean. In spite of the fact that it claims to have 255 rhythms, this piano has only 15 (which are cataclysms). I am unwilling to pay for it and would rather get lost rather than waste my money on it. As for the piece of garbage I have, I rate it as a solid 2/10, for it is a perfectly good device for nobody even to use.
Connect it to his computer and he can use it to play chords from his keyboard straight to his laptop and save them! With over 30 inputs and sounds, this is a very powerful synthesizer! Installation is quick and easy!.
The keyboard had a problem as soon as I set it up. Upon closer examination, the stand does not rest perfectly on a hard surface, which means that it will rock back and forth, which would not be ideal for a keyboard. Secondly, the sound quality was terrible. As a result, I was forced to use headphones (nice ones over the ear) and the speakers built into the machine and the sound quality was Three, and arguably the most important feature, is that it is still a great deal at the moment. There are a few keys that behave strangely. I'd say about 10 keys do this. I push down on them to play them and they go straight down then I push them a bit to the left. It gives a grinding sound when it contacts the key next to it, and it is impossible to play two white keys that are adjacent to each other at once. I would really recommend you move on and get a different keyboard if you want any sort of quality. your goal is to get one for the lowest price possible, then this might be okay for you, but you get what you pay for, Although I thought $80 was a reasonable price for a keyboard, it's not.
Then there are the times that I can go straight into electronic playing as there are five octaves of keys to accommodate both hands and furthermore I can do right hand chords on the electronic and left hand on the upright. I play for myself so I don't need pro gear. Improvise and experiment, and it doesn't cost me an arm or a leg to do so for my own pleasure. When it comes to As far as we know, there are no It is necessary for you to prepare All songs must be set for each one, which I find acceptable. There is plenty of power in the volume With my right hand on the piano cords and my left hand on the electric keyboard, I've only had to set the volume to level 3 so far. I'm sure you'll keep busy for quite a while. Have fun playing your favorite tunes with this one.
So I guess I got my money's worth for purchasing a musical instrument on Amazon. I bought this for my niece as a Christmas present for her, and when she opened the box, she found 3 of the keys broken or jammed or something. Then she became have checked it before I gave it to her, so that was my mistake. Now as a result, I lost money for repackaging since I threw away all the boxes. I should get a refund for the cost of doing so as well as the time I spent.
As a birthday gift for my mother, I bought her this. It was the biggest and best organ she had ever owned, and she used it frequently, but it wouldn't fit in the assisted living facility The apartment where she lives now is her home. Based on what I can see, this piano is a good choice for someone learning to play, for someone practicing, and for someone having fun on their own. This is a blessing and a curse at the same time It is lightweight If it needs to be moved, it can easily do so, but because it's so fragile it can also collapse. In terms of price, it is a very good deal.
You get what you pay for, as the old saying goes. As you can tell, I was not expecting a top-of-the-line product. I was even aware that I had selected this option because of the bargain price. It had some limited however, some of the features were also a little If you default the volume to maximum, it will be on Adjust the volume to a more tolerable level (I live in an apartment and have to take into consideration how many other tenants I have in the building) and leave it unused for 10 minutes, and it goes back to its original level. Overall, I think this is a good starter keyboard for kids that want to experiment for a while. If you plan to be more serious about music, then you might consider a different keyboard.
This movie was disappointing from beginning to end. I had expected it to be much bigger, but it turned out to be much smaller This keyboard did not have standard sized keys. It was very cheap-feeling. We were very disappointed with how flimsy the stand was. Additionally, I did not like the sound of it. However, there was a peculiar, almost childlike "electric ting" sound to it, which reminded me more of the sound of a toy than the sound of a piano. I could easily return it. It was promptly refunded to me soon after I dropped it off with I'm hoping that I will get the money back into my account in the next few days so I can It is a good idea to take a look at it if you are on the fence. It is worth it for $40 even if you are new to the game and just trying to learn how to play.