QT-5 Qwik Time Quartz Metronome - Credit Card Size. For All Instruments. Miscellaneous Product. All Styles. Accessory. Published by Evets Corp. (MB.97743AX).
ISBN 9780786640430. All Styles. 3.75" x 3.33" inches.
This compact metronome is the size of a credit card (but thicker), yet is loud enough to be heard over your instrument. You can select 2/4, 3/4, or 4/4 accent patterns with a higher-pitched first beat to help you maintain perfect rhythm. The LCD display visually teaches rhythm with a "Bouncing ball" effect that shows you which beat you are on. Adjustable to over 200 speeds from 40 to 250 beats per minute with a push of a button, this metronome can easily be calibrated to the exact tempo you want. The metronome will also operate in silent mode, showing just the "bouncing ball" display for you to follow. The controls on the front of the metronome are flush with the surface, and common tempo ranges associated with Italian tempo terms are listed. The back includes a tilt-back stand. Requires one 3-volt battery (included).
Location: from California
April 28, 2013
made in china
A metronome that does NOT keep the beat! It loses constant beats per minute(BPM). It slows down, then speeds up. I play both piano and ukulele; my foot tap keeps a better beat. The old fashion metronome is best. This one is a waste of money.
May 14, 2012
QT-5 Qwik Time Quartz Metronome
I get this for my students who need to develop a stronger sense of rhythm, and tempo settings. They use it as needed, and for the price, it is just right. I tell them it's like a watch, it keeps ticking, even when you turn off the sound. When it...
7 of 16 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Virginia
April 2, 2012
I just wanted a simple metronome. In the description, you are not told that you cannot shut off the strong beat option, therefore it is always on. This is very annoying. Also, the metronome itself can NEVER be shut off (though the sound can). The display is always on. The...
14 of 28 people found this review helpful.
January 14, 2009
no On/Off switch!!!??
Hmm.. I don't know who would design an electrical device without an on/off switch. Really really silly, you will have to take out the battery (CR2032) from the back. As inexpansive as it is, it is porly designed.
27 of 46 people found this review helpful.
May 7, 2008
Works for me!
I am a piano teacher and this is the metronome I use. It's not fancy, obviously, but it does the job. I have several students with this metronome also. It does run constantly, but the battery is like a watch battery and it runs forever. And there is a sound...
20 of 40 people found this review helpful.