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37 tasti mini giocattolo musicale elettronico della tastiera di mini chiavi

37 tasti mini giocattolo musicale elettronico della tastiera di mini chiavi

Microfono / Regalo educativo per elett. / Per bambini / bambini / bambini / principianti




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💰Prezzo:
7,93 €

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Le caratteristiche:

Mini formato, leggero e resistente.
Tastiera elettronica a 37 tasti.
1 pulsante di accensione per controllare l'accensione e spegnimento.
Pulsante 1 tono per il controllo di 3 toni di organo elettronico, fisarmonica e pianoforte.
1 pulsante del volume per la commutazione di volume alto e basso.
1 pulsante tempo per la commutazione veloce e tempo lento.
1 pulsante effetto per il controllo di 2 effetti sonori del normale tono di organo elettronico e del tremolo prolungato.
1 demo un pulsante per una riproduzione demo.
1 pulsante demo per 24 demo in riproduzione.
1 pulsante lezione / ritmo per esercitarsi e accompagnare la riproduzione di 8 ritmi.
1 pulsante di arresto per interrompere la riproduzione temporale.
1 altoparlante che offre un suono forte, chiaro e melodioso.
1 microfono installabile che si collega alla tastiera e al suono proveniente dagli altoparlanti.
1 scanalatura sul retro della tastiera per riporre comodamente il microfono.
Pratica i talenti musicali, l'immaginazione e anche il piacere dei bambini.

specifiche tecniche:
Materiale: plastica
Colore nero
Funzione: educativa
Tipo di giocattolo: Electone
Alimentazione: 4 batterie AA da 1,5 V (non incluse)
Dimensione articolo: ca. 33 * 10,5 * 4 cm / 13 * 4,1 * 1,6 pollici
Peso dell'articolo: 308g / 10,9 once
Dimensione del pacchetto: ca. 34 * 11 * 5 cm / 13,4 * 4,3 * 2 pollici
Peso del pacchetto: 373g / 13.2oz








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