Startone MKR 61

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Roll Up Keyboard

  • 61 Keys
  • 128 Sounds, 128 rhythms
  • 25 Demo songs
  • Digital display
  • Volume Control
  • Record and playback function
  • Tempo control
  • Single finger and multi-finger
  • Sustain and vibrato function
  • MIDI out
  • Audio in
  • USB charging port
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Dimensions of control panel (W x H x D): 110 x 215 x 35 mm
  • Dimensions of keyboard (W x H x D): 900 x 166 x 8 mm
  • Weight: 986 g
  • Battery included (USB power supply: Article no. 278119 - not included)
available since June 2015
Item number 353537
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Keys 61
Illuminated Push-Button No
Touch-Sensitve No
Aftertouch No
Storage Medium None
Lyrics Function No
Score Function No
Vocal Harmony No
USB Audiorecorder No
MIDI interface None
Microphone input No
USB Yes
Type Of Accessory Toys
Polyphony 128
Speaker Yes
Dimensions 1010 x 215 x 35 mm
Weight 1,0 kg
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Great idea but...
TootToot 20.01.2022
This has the potential to be a really handy little keyboard, but the build quality is just too poor. When you try to play it some of the keys simply refuse to play at all, others will sound 4 or 5 times after you've only pressed them once.

I don't really use it anymore, it's just too frustrating.
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Reference sounds
SanyiTa 21.11.2017
I do not play piano, so I can not can write comparison with real piano. But I needed some "reference" sound bank for my woodwings ear training... And the fact, that all sounds are directly available (no need to switch pitches, etc like on tuner), just press the key, and "piano" should be rolled, so save space and I can hold it with my woodwing instrument - for this purpose perfectly fit.. Only what I miss is list of sounds 1 to 128 - this is not mentioned in manual, maybe Thomann should give some information (not to need investigate) - on web I did not find this info as well ;-).
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affordable training companion
fantas4 18.12.2018
pros: white keys sufficiently stable and sensitive for training purposes.
sound unexpectedly nearly decent.
cons: black keys are nearly unusable ...
but the instability help you to improve the precision on how you hit them. Regarding that,,I've read many complaints about unwanted multiple sounds on hitting a single key...well!.. this happens in my humble opinion...just because of wrong fingers technique...on standard keyboards you do not realize that...but when comes to play on very sensitive touch keyboards ( without hammering mechanisms..etc. etc...) and particularly on this silicon keyboard...( adding that underneath each key there are more than 1 sensor..so you must be really precise in finger articulation...just my opinion....in true, professionally speaking..this kind of instrument should receive obviously 1 star or even zero..but for the purpose of a muted articulation exercises session and having fun..I have given 4 instead of 5 because the black keys could have been made much better ..comparing to the white keys quiet comfy and playable though...
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simoMJ 03.07.2021
Sometimes you need to press hard on the keys to make them ring, which makes the playability really poor
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