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Based on 9 Reviews
Reviewed On: 05/05/2019
This is all you need. Easy to carry around, none of the crazy extra features (and I have a $250 Korg!), the spinning dial makes it quick to get to the tempo you need, the click is pleasant, and the volume is even adjustable. I won the concerto competition at my university using this number, back in the day. Don't practice without it. :)
Yes | 99 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/09/2016
Needed something louder than my little Korg for practicing duets with my cello buddy and my violin buddy; this Seiko is perfect!
Yes | 221 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/05/2016
I LOVE this metronome. I wish it had been my first (and then my only) digital metronome. The beats are loud enough to hear, even when playing loudly. What good is a metronome, if you can't hear it!?
Yes | 315 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 06/10/2015
This is a no-frills metronome. It gets the job done. I just started to use a metronome when practicing. It has a loud click that is easy to hear when you're playing. However, now I see it probably would be useful to have some other options like a different sound on the downbeat for different meters. My big complaint as I am getting older and a little far-sighted is that the setting numbers are so very small that they are impossible to see without putting on my glasses.
Yes | 613 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/13/2014
I owned the previous version of this metronome and when it finally started having issues after years of being bumped around in my fiddle case, bought this as a replacement. I like this metronome because of the ease of switching tempos, its extremely loud click, and the nice bright LED for use in silent mode. This version has been improved from the earlier one with a better LED and a volume control. This is a great choice if you're looking for a no-frills metronome that's solid and reliable.
Yes | 901 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 11/14/2009
I bought this metronome a year ago and I love the simplicity of it. Not a lot of bright flashing lights or functions I don't even know how to use. It has 2 clicks to choose from, both very pleasing to the ear, a volume setting, a flashing red light that if you don't want to see, just turn it around, and a dial to pick the speed. Very sturdy, it has fallen many times on my hardwood floors and still works just fine.
Yes | 820 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 09/03/2009
Ive had this metronome for over 3 years and have sent it home with students until they get theirs. I take care of it, but it has fallen off of my stand onto carpet many times. I use earphones with it and love the volume control. If you take the earphone out you have to turn the volume back up or it is silent, not broken. Easy to read dial and adjusts quickly. I like the flashing light when the student is using the earphone. It tells me if the student is on the beat even though I cant hear it.
Yes | 827 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 03/15/2009
i got this metronome a little over a year ago, and it worked fine until recently, when it just wouldnt sound anymore. I never dropped it or abused it in any way. I like the sound of both clicks I could hear it very well over my instrument. It was a good metronome while it worked.
Yes | 821 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 01/25/2009
This metronome worked just fine for a couple of months. It produces a nice deep click that doesnt get annoying after awhile and it has great battery life. The only reason I am giving it a bad review is because its plastic switch broke without even dropping it or misusing it! It was impossible to put it back in and I lost $30 because of it. My recommendation: Dont buy cheap metronomes! Id recommend investing in a nice Dr. Beep.
Yes | 796 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 05/31/2017
Yes, there is an earphone jack on the side of the metronome. Thanks for your question!
Yes | 181 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 09/06/2016
Hello Cheryl! The three metronomes that are surely the loudest from my experience are the Intelli IMT301, the Korg MKD2, and the Dr. Beat M90. However, if this is for personal use, the BodyBeat Pulse Solo (BBPS) is a vibrating connector that can plug into any metronome with a headphone jack and then clipped to your belt or shirt so that you can actually feel the beat! If you are looking for a metronome for an orchestra or large ensemble, while the three mentioned above are quite loud, at a certain point it becomes worthwhile to connect them from the headphone jack to a small amplifier like our Plug-n-Play SVA1, or a set of amplified computer speakers. I hope this helps!
Yes | 212 people found this question helpful