Donner Keyboard Piano, 61 Key Piano Keyboard, Full Size Electric Piano with Piano Stand, Stool, Microphone and Piano Course App, Supports MP3/USB MIDI/Audio/Microphone/Headphones/Sustain Pedal Musical Instruments
About this item ???Superior Sound & Portable?There are two 4-inch 20W high-quality speakers in DEK-610 electronic keyboard, which achieves three-dimensional surround sound, heavy bass, and warm tone, making your music performance better. And with the light piano body, it is portable and perfect for indoor or outdoor activities. ???3 Elite Teaching Modes?Donner piano keyboard has 3 excellent teaching modes to help beginner get familiar with traditional piano and meet the need of different learning, which is perfect for beginners. ???Rich Music Selections? DEK-610 music keyboard is equipped with a huge music library, with 500 tones, 300 rhythms, 40 demo songs, and you can create your own music or do band performances. A great choice for professional players. ???HD Display & Multiple Functions?Our 61 key beginner keyboard has an LCD display panel, which can show the running functions, and there are many practical and interesting functions to enhance your playing experience, such as auto chord, recording, keyboard drum, MP3 playing and etc. ???Support Multiple Devices?DEK-610 electric piano is designed to meet different usage needs. So it supports U disk(for MP3 playing), USB MIDI(for conecting to computer/tablet to use teaching apps or edit music), external audio(for extra audio device support), microphone(for sing), headphones and extra Sustain Pedal.
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My wife was interested in learning how to play piano, and figured a keyboard would be the perfect learning tool. I had an old Casio (we’re talking 20 years old), but wanted her to have something that would be a little more…updated. That’s when I stumbled on this keyboard. I’ve heard the Donner name a few times (own one of their capos, an Alchemy effects pedal, and have heard good things about their ukeleles), and it seemed to have a lot of tools that would encourage her to learn, and at a great price to match. I mean, a full-size keyboard for under $100? There aren’t too many of those floating around.This is a great keyboard for beginners, or even some intermediate players looking to hone their skills. It’s made of plastic, but doesn’t feel cheap, and the buttons also feel sturdy; I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I’d feel comfortable taking it gigging, but for home practice it’s a good fit. I’d say the build quality is pretty much on par with my old Casio, but at a much lower price point. It’s also much lighter and less bulky, which makes moving it around a breeze, even for my short wife. It can be powered using batteries (just 6 AA, much more practical than the 6 “C” batteries required for my old keyboard), or the included AC adapter, and even has an automatic setting that disables draining of the batteries when the AC cord is plugged in.There’s a large library of “voices” (500 of them!) that range from standard (piano, guitar) to more exotic, so you should have no troubles finding a sound that will fit your mood (or envisioned musical project). We haven’t had time to noodle with them all yet, but ones I’ve heard are useable, and good for the price point. Personally, I wouldn’t use most of them in any serious recordings, but for demos, or singalong practice, or posts to social media, they will fit the bill quite nicely.The electronic display is crisp and, for the most part, easily readable: the only drawback is the finger diagram, as it can be hard to see which fingers are being highlighted when you’re playing along. Outside of that, though, it clearly lists all activated settings, and even has cool treble/bass clef staffs that highlight the notes you’re playing as you press them (or in the case of learning mode, the notes that you are supposed to press). This can not only help users learn to read music, but also to quickly transcribe cool “riffs” and melodies for later use.Overall, this is an excellent keyboard for the price point, as long as you go in with the right expectations: this isn’t something that’s going to blow you away with its tonal qualities or versatility. But it has virtually every feature a budding pianist could want, including MIDI connectivity, a headphone jack to practice even in quiet surroundings, dozens of songs to practice along to, and a handy music stand. If you’re looking to learn and don’t want to waste a lot of money (who does?), there’s no need to look any further.
Nexus OneNexus One –
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I needed a small keyboard to noodle on in my small music space, try different things went writing song arrangements for the band, without using my full electronic keyboard in the other room (also from Donner). I needed something small but that was not a low-quality toy. This turned out about perfect, in fact, I love the drum machine functionality even though I didn’t buy it for that.The keys are small, great for kids, but also for saving space and I can play fine even with my big hands. the keyboard is touch-sensitive, meaning it plays louder when you press the key harder/faster. If you play really soft, sometimes it just doesn’t make any sound, so it’s not as sensitive as my real electronic piano in another room, but touch sensitivity shows this is a serious “toy”.It even has a “transpose” button. Don’t worry if you don’t know what that means, but it allows you to change the pitch of what you’re playing to accommodate the singer’s voice for example, without having to learn to “use the black keys”The sound quality is excellent when using headphones or a good amp, and it has so many features, see my video review for details.I love that you can use the provided power adapter, or batteries (a lot of them) to take it and play in the car (plug in headphones), or camping as another reviewer mentionedMy kids also had a lot of fun with it, exploring the different sounds and rhythms and playing along. I think Donner intends this to be for kids, but as my experience shows, it can be used for more serious uses.The youngest kids may find it too complex to learn how to use all the features, but parents can take time playing together and help them explore the cool features. The kids may never want to stop playing, so good thing it can be used with headphones.
Happy GirlHappy Girl –
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My goodness—first of all, this is an INCREDIBLE bargain. I cannot BELIEVE how much comes with this keyboard. I actually realized AFTER I placed my order, all of the extras (which is really weird, as I am usually so detail-oriented).I ordered this as a potential replacement for a full-sized electronic keyboard that I received as a gift from my parents when I was in college. I was a music major, and it was meant to help me practice at times when I couldn’t or didn’t want to brave the elements to get to a practice room. Understand, I was NOT a piano major, but a voice major, and part of that degree included several semesters of piano, both class and private (I had also taken lessons as a kid). I mention all of that to say that even after all of that, I am not a virtuoso. I was good at whatever I was practicing at the time, to a degree, but it did not become my passion. However, as a professional singer, I sometimes need a reference point when learning a new song, or I teach voice lessons, etc, so it is great to have a keyboard around. The one from college is large, and I keep it stored in a dedicated keyboard bag. It is cumbersome to drag out…so I don’t do it often! My hope for this one was less trouble, thereby resulting in more use.So, all of that said…It is amazing that this comes with a stand and a stool. Even the music holder is wonderful.And the options…WOW. So many voices possible, so many styles possible. (Some of the funkier percussion options remind me of playing on the electric organ in my grandmother’s house as a kid! Ha!) But truly, the sensitivity of the keys, after playing on it for awhile, I realized, “oh my gosh! This feels exactly like the way the electric pianos we used in Class Piano in college felt like! ” So there you have it…it is up to college music department standards for playability, which is pretty awesome. Granted, it is not full size as far as how many actual keys, but there are not many times people truly need those extra keys on either end, let’s be honest.The LED window screen is cool, but the notation on the treble and bass clefs is not really accurate, so I wouldn’t spend too much time looking there for affirmation or help.There is some kind of “teaching” tool that I have not even looked into yet, so it seems as if perhaps one can use this to train themselves/teach themselves somehow…as well as the usual fun things like recording your own songs, looping, etc.I am not sure how the MP3 connection works…the connector looks more like a charging cable to me, but perhaps I just don’t have compatible mp3 devices…I am not even sure of the purpose there…are we supposed to be trying to play the keyboard sounds through another device, or play the music of another device through the keyboard? I don’t know.There is also a midi port, for those who use midi (I have not needed to since the 90’s, way back in the day when I was writing music with the Finale program.)If this were to have cons:1- The microphone it comes with is cheap. Feels like a toy. And there is no stand for it, so you would need to provide that (or have I somehow missed seeing a hole to plunk it into, maybe? ) Hard to play and hold a mic at the same time.2- This would be even better if it came with a storage bag. If you are planning on leaving it out all the time, you won’t need one, of course (though you might want to drape something over it to protect from dust). Right now I still live in a little house that does not have enough room for a dedicated music room, but hopefully someday…so this will have to be stored somehow, much like my older keyboard has been (but at least is till take up less space!).All in all, WOW, WHAT A DEAL. Seriously. I am certain my dad spent at least three times as much and maybe 5 times as much back in the day, and it didn’t come with some of these extras.
Update for my mistake. So before I threw away the box, I checked myself to make sure. I had already looked in box and saw no accessories but this time I actually pulled out the styrofoam and sure enough, the power plug was on one piece and the tiny microphone was on the other piece. Sorry for the original 1 star rating. turns out that this keyboard is really good and we’ve all had lost of fun with it so be sure and go through the box and don’t leave it up to your 12 year old. LOLSo disappointed. Ordered this for my son for Christmas. Just opened box, which has never been opened before and no power supply and no microphone. I don’t have six D size batteries lying around so guess what? I have a keyboard which is totally unfunctional. Have contacted MFG so we’ll see how they respond but can’t fix the damage that’s been done. Thanks a lot Donner. (so embarrassed I wrote this 🙁 )
anamarie medina –
I want to tell the experience of buying this product.This product arrived before the promised date. I am very glad this product arrived earlier.before buying this product I saw the reviews of other people who have already bought this product. but I see there are only a few reviews. I doubt this product. but when I read other people’s reviews about this product. how surprised I am all the very good and convincing reviews.without thinking I bought this product. because I really need it.and how surprised I was again, when the goods arrived early.I immediately rushed to try, it turns out this product is amazing. I will not be disappointed buying this product
Mrs. MartinMrs. Martin –
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Gave it to my daughter for a birthday gift and I am very happy with the quality of this keyboard it came perfectly boxed we took it out easy assembly and it is just a very lovely keyboard very nice sound
B. Cam –
I don’t want to work at it! I’m 76, retired and very housebound. I studied music from 7 yr. old to college, then I made a living doing realistic things that paid for living etc. mAnyway, I bought this piano thing for myself for Christmas, and I love it. I play for an hour or so every day and I have no idea whaat I’m doing, and I don’t much care. I punch up 411, or 101, and I play along with ‘the blues backing tracks from u-tube’, I can rock even when playing the wrong notes (sometimes). I just get creative and make it up as I go, lots of songs to play.I just wish you could tune it, it needs some tweaking, and it would be great to bypass the (ok) speakers to hook up to something much better (Bose). One more thing, I wish you could stick in a USB data drive to play or record.I may have to spend more money for the next one….
This is a solid beginner to intermediate piano. We originally bought the Moukey MEK-200 and it had speaker issues and a loose wire. The company gave us a full refund. Now we are trying this Donner DEK-610 side by side. I should have bought the DEK-610 right from the start! There’s a big difference even though it’s the same company. When they are both set at piano 000 the MEK-200 has a tinny sound and the Donner has a very clear crisp tone that is lovely. I grew up with a baby grand and a solid Yamaha electric. This isn’t a grand but it is more what an electric should feel and sound like.We tested the keys — a lot of cheap models will cut out if you push too many, some very cheap won’t even let you do left and right hand chords together, only 6 notes — on this model DEK-610 you can push nearly the whole board and none of the keys cut out.The action (how hard you have to push) is just about right and very natural. The MEK-200 was very stiff. I have sensitive joints and don’t want tendonitis or inflamed joints from playing nor would I want my kids to suffer from tendonitis as they learn. So this model gets a thumbs up on their attention to detail there as well.It looks like from other reviews there was no power chord. Ours had one taped in the styrofoam at the side. I’m not sure if that was a covid shortage or glitch but ours came with it included.The microphone looks and feels like a toy but having add ons seems to be the fad currently. It’s something to get you started or to goof around with and see if that’s your kind of thing.This is a basic keyboard a kid or teen could grow into. It has a lot of options in back like if you want to hook it to your computer and get into mixing music. My teen is going to get a kick out of that. Right now he’s still learning his notes.I’m pleased with it. If you’re an advanced pianist you know what you need to make your fingers fly and wouldn’t be buying a low end set. But for me and my needs I should have picked this model right from the start!
Amazon Customer –
I’m a beginner piano player at 86. Due to COVID I am going crazy to find things to do. I know nothing about music and I thought I would try this
This is a superb value. I had been looking for a piano/keyboard for about a year when I discovered this amazing product. Because it can be considered full size (large 61 keys versus 49 or 54 keys and not “toy” size keys), has MIDI AND acoustic outputs, and has modes that allow it to be used as accompaniment for performances, it serves every need that I had. (It serves as an electronic piano, a MIDI keyboard, and can serve to provide backup band accompaniment for live performance.) 1) I am using it to learn piano with full size keys, and with the MIDI connection I can use it with PianoBooster (free), Flowkey, Synthesia, Skoove, Musescore(free), or Reaper to get feedback while playing. My tablet computer fits on the backrest of the piano keyboard so I can watch the notes I play. 2) With the acoustic connector, the keyboard can be recorded with Audacity, converted to MIDI, or input to a DAW like Reaper as an audio track. 3) The accompaniments of the keyboard can be increased by using open source Yamaha and MMA accompaniments which are actually very widely available. (I had about 300 from various online sources, and MMA accompaniments that I created using an editor). 4) The number of “voices” allow for full polyphony (meaning that you would able to produce the works of classical composers with decent piano quality.)This product comes with a chair and table for the piano, so it is complete, so I did not have to find some other mounting. The box it was shipped in was fairly large (40 inche x 20 inches x 14 inches) , so if it were covered in gift wrapping paper the whole thing would be an impressive gift!