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Item #: 210019
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Qwik Time QT-5 Metronome (QT-5)
Product Overview

Tiny yet feature laden!

Product Details

Qwik Time QT-5 Metronome

Packed with professional features, the QT5 offers functions not seen on metronomes that cost twice the price. Credit card-sized, it features over 200 tempo settings, distinctive click sound, A440 tuning tone, and low-battery indicator.

A very small metronome, it will fit in your pocket or any instrument case. Size: 2"W x 3"H x 1/4"D. The screen displays the tempo with a black dot that swings from side to side with the beat and shows accenting of the beats on 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4. Tempos can be chosen from 40 to 250BPM in one-beat increments. The sound is a beep that can be turned off. The metronome is held upright with a stand that swings out from the back. Tempo markings are on the face. Watch-type battery and an instruction sheet are included. One year warranty.

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[ 14 of 16 customers found this review helpful ]

Don't bother

By Elizabeth from Alexandria, VA on 2/17/2011 12:32:25 PM

This is a clear case of "you get what you pay for." This metronome won't hold up to even a few days of practice. I gave a number these to my some of my students a few years ago. Several didn't work from the start. The others died within a couple of months. Spend a bit more and get something that will last.

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