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Electronic Keyboard - £1.00 @ Poundland

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banned7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Electronic Keyboard - £1
great for the kids for a pound
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#1
Bet the quality of that one is stunning! Sorry, can't get excited about a £1 electronic keyboard.

Probably makes great Muzak though.
#2
What will the kids mind if the sound quality is not quite up to scratch? They're unlikely to be blasting out a beethoven! Really hot deal for a learner aswell I guess?? Can't beat that for a quid!
#3
Couldn't give a monkeys what it sounds like at that price, the kids don't care !
#4
It should be very easy to hook up a little microcontroller, such as an arduino to this. I constantly scavenge around for cheapo donor devices like this. Voted hot!
#5
Looks like one of the early Depeche synths :roll:
#6
Tempted to vote cold as for a mere £94,092.91 you can pick up a used
Hamburg Steinway Model D-274 Ebony Polish Concert Grand Piano
http://www.propianoamazon.com/Hamburg-Steinway-Model-D274-Ebony-Polish/M/B001D00HTU.htm?traffic_src=GB&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=GB&id=uk
(Please note shipping from New York is not included.)
#7
Does this do polyphonic loveliness too? I won't be spending my hard earned if it doesn't.:giggle::lol:
#8
For £1 it'll make a perfect present for nephews, nieces and any other children whose parents you have a grudge against >=)
#9
oh come on for a £1 your really cant grumble , what a bargain.
banned#10
does it really work? wow!
#11
Is it midi compatible? Does it have a high quality piano sampled sound?
#12
This was the same model that J.S Bach used, correct?

Voted hot. This would be a nice stocking filler for children... or for childish adults!
#13
When you start to regret giving it to your kids after an hours worth of constant plinky plonky, at a pound you wont really mind dropping it from a high enough height to make sure it plinky plonks no more :thumbsup:

Voted Hot!
#14
It doesn't have a "piano" sound. Just electronic noise like old mobile phone ringtones. will surely love that all through christmas day

At least that's what it looks like on the two youtube videos I found (search poundland keyboard). Couldn't find info anywhere else :p
#15
Shine600
Tempted to vote cold as for a mere £94,092.91 you can pick up a used
Hamburg Steinway Model D-274 Ebony Polish Concert Grand Piano
http://www.propianoamazon.com/Hamburg-Steinway-Model-D274-Ebony-Polish/M/B001D00HTU.htm?traffic_src=GB&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=GB&id=uk
(Please note shipping from New York is not included.)


Actually a further saving can be made if you make use of todays great exchange rate just £90,778.61 :whistling:

Hot BTW..
#16
My kids have had one of these as a loot bag toy - honestly they are rubbish and literally last 5 minutes before falling apart. Not even worth a quid IMHO - they are just landfill.
#17
My OH has been saying he wants a keyboard. Maybe I'll get this one for a laugh ;)
#18
This guy, Pixelh8, came to my college and gave a lesson on deconstructing a cheap keyboard and making new sounds from it. If you're into circuit-bending and soldering then it'd be a hoot for you.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsmQKntqtfA
suspended#19
Astonishingly good price even if it is rubbish!

£2 for stereo?
#20
thekanester
It should be very easy to hook up a little microcontroller, such as an arduino to this. I constantly scavenge around for cheapo donor devices like this. Voted hot!

Sorry just to add that the arduino is not a microcontroller, the AVR chip is. The arduino is a development environment that encompasses a microcontroller, programming language, development board and serial protocol.

Carry on.
#21
The picture is very misleading. Rather than having all the functions that normal keyboards have; tones, programmed songs, beats etc it has a sticker so at first glance it looks like it has useful functions. Only when you look very close or take it out the packaging at home do you see what you really get.
It feels incredibly cheap with terrible crackling sound. Very poor quality with the features being an on/off switch and 24 keys.
#22
give these to children and it may put them off trying to play for life. Could be good or bad, depends on you. So I'll not vote hot or cold for this one.
#23
Chocadooby
This guy, Pixelh8, came to my college and gave a lesson on deconstructing a cheap keyboard and making new sounds from it. If you're into circuit-bending and soldering then it'd be a hoot for you.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsmQKntqtfA


PixelH8 is a mate of mine, good bloke.

as for the sound of these, my brother bought one for his son last year, & even with fresh new batteries, it sounds like the batteries are run down. the tone of the note drops, & is generally distorted. after 30 mins of this cheap tat on xmas day, you'll be regretting it.
#24
So it doesn't even have the standard 52 white keys and 36 black of a regular piano and no programming - but it turns out the £90,778.61 Hamburg Steinway Model D-274 Ebony Polish Concert Grand Piano is not only second-hand and excludes shipping but you need to take out the front of your house to get it in, a crane to lift it and to top it all a bloke has to come round to tune it and expects two hundred quid!
#25
Just remember to remove the batteries before you "accidentally" drop it down the loo about two hours into Christmas morning ;)
suspended#26
amcdermo
The picture is very misleading. Rather than having all the functions that normal keyboards have; tones, programmed songs, beats etc it has a sticker so at first glance it looks like it has useful functions. Only when you look very close or take it out the packaging at home do you see what you really get.
It feels incredibly cheap with terrible crackling sound. Very poor quality with the features being an on/off switch and 24 keys.

It's a pound!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#27
ChrisRX
Sorry just to add that the arduino is not a microcontroller, the AVR chip is. The arduino is a development environment that encompasses a microcontroller, programming language, development board and serial protocol.

Carry on.


That is indeed correct. Award yourself one gold star! I was a bit lazy in my description...
#28
Besford
It's a pound!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Doesn't make it any less crap. Nor does it make up for the time wasted using it. I could **** in a box and draw a keyboard on it. If I sold it for a pound it for you'd presumably want it?
:oops:
:gift:
#29
Smallfish
Bet the quality of that one is stunning! Sorry, can't get excited about a £1 electronic keyboard.

Probably makes great Muzak though.


One prize nob!!!

And for everyone else making stupid statements about its quality......


......IT'S A POUND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO FIGURE!

Heat added ;)

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