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Symphony in B Music Toy

by B. Toys
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Technical Details
Item Weight4.7 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 10.5 x 8 inches
OriginCanada
UPC000013832025 062243232877
  
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ASINB009F7RQCY
Best Sellers Rank #4,829 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Your preschooler can conduct this orchestra! This phenomenal musical toy gives kids a truly extraordinary way to explore music. As little maestros move up to six of the 13 instruments into the "orchestra pit," they'll hear each one's sound incorporated into 15 glorious songs. The sound quality is remarkable, the recordings are professional, the possibilities...endless. Includes tempo and volume control buttons, plus learning buttons that teach kids to more about instruments and orchestra sections. Batteries included. For ages 3 and up. The mini instruments include accordion, clarinet, cymbals, drums, flute, guitar, koto, piano, sitar, tuba, trumpet, violin, and xylophone Each soft, rubbery instrument fits in its own shape-sorter type base Press the learning buttons in the front of the console, and watch the appropriate instruments light up. They teach kids to distinguish between melody and harmony instruments, as well as the parts of an orchestra: woodwinds, brass, percussion, keyboards, and strings. Requires 6 "AA" batteries (included) Console measures 5"H x 9"W x 15"L. Instruments are about 1 1/2" in diameter and range from 2 1/2"-3 1/4"H.

Customer Reviews

This is a wonderful toy that can be enjoyed by both children and adults.
Bea Haven
I love that the accompanying instruments play different melodies that are like listening to completely different songs.
MagishMagoo
It's a crappy product made by an even crappier company so don't waste your money!!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Dairylander on January 2, 2013
This is an amazing toy with one serious flaw, and that's the DEMO button.
My two year-old instantly realized that to hear the music, just push the DEMO button.
This cancels out the PLAY button and any ability to add/subtract instruments, which is the entire point of the toy.
So, if you're handy and have size small and extra-small phillip screwdrivers, razor knife and pliers, then here's a "hack":
1. Flip it over and remove the batteries for safety.
2. Remove every screw on the bottom except for the ones appearing to hold the speakers.
3. Carefully lift the base off and you'll have access to the little circuit board that holds the DEMO button.
4. Remove that little circuit board and the DEMO button will fall out.
5. Take a razor knife and cut out the guts of that button, like you're taking the seeds out of a melon. I cut the four lines of plastic, then used a pliers to twist it out.
6. Put everything back together and Voilá! the DEMO button is deactivated.
And it is now a perfect toy!
One criticism-
The batteries included with the toy last about two weeks.
So if your toy starts glitching and you think it's broken, it's probably the batteries.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Bea Haven on November 18, 2012
This is a wonderful toy that can be enjoyed by both children and adults. The musical quality is great. In addition to providing auditory stimulation, it also provides tactile stimulation and fosters hand/eye coordination. Educational features for little ones include helping to teach colors, shapes, and cause and effect. Older children can learn about the sound of various instruments and develop an appreciation for music. This toy can be used in groups as well as for individual play. I've seen people of all age groups (infants to an elderly individuals)and ability levels (developmentally delayed, dementia) enjoying this toy. Did I say that it's just plain fun? I highly recommend the toy, but I encourage you to check around for the best price. Here on Amazon, it is currently listed at $61.60, while at Target, it's $39.99.

12/9/12--It's up to $49.99 at Target, but $84.99 on Amazon? So much variation in price...
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Alison on November 12, 2012
I am 35, and I had so much fun playing with this toy (my mom bought it for my daughter, who is not old enough yet to play with it). The ages recommended should be 3-83
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jess TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 12, 2012
We all LOVE this toy....and as the other reviewer noted, I have as much fun playing with it as my 2 year old daughter does. There are so many ways to learn with the toy as well - at the most basic level: colors, shapes, sounds -- but also an exploration of melody vs. harmony, woodwinds vs. brass, not to mention all the wide variety of instruments (koto, accordian, and sitar - to name some of the more exotic options). The pieces themselves feel great to the touch (and I can imagine a child who is sensitive to those types of things would really find them particularly engaging). The shape-sorter element is a little tricky (even for me sometimes - ha!), but a nice challenge. The quality of the sound itself is very rich and not tin-like or electronic-sounding at all; it really sounds like you have an orchestra in your room! The song selections are varied and engaging (from beautiful classical classics to standard childrens' songs - you can see a list of them all if you visit B. Toys' website). I will note that this toy can be purchased for almost twenty bucks cheaper at target. My other caveat is that although ours has never broken - it can be finicky and take a little jiggling (turning on and off, with fingers crossed) before it works (and there is a sticker on the toy which acknowledges this and provides recommendations). The company seems really great and has advised that if you lose a piece, they'll send you a new one - but there is a great storage section in the back where all the pieces fit. If you google "please mom toys symphony in b" you should be able to get more info - and there's a demo on b. toys' website too. It is a pricey item, but if you're buying it as a gift for two kids to share or as a special birthday/christmas present, I think you'll be happy with it in the long run.Read more ›
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By MagishMagoo on November 28, 2012
I saw this in a store and knew I had to get it for my kids. They love it, but I play with it even more than they do. It is truly outstanding. The songs are great and the sound quality is wonderful. I love that the accompanying instruments play different melodies that are like listening to completely different songs. I want to buy one of these for every kid on the planet.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kagome USA on January 14, 2013
Our kids (ages 2 and 4) got this for Christmas ($49.99 at Target, BTW) and we have had hours and hours of fun with it since. My 2-year-old is a bit young to understand the concept, although she loves the music, but my 4-year-old is exactly the right age to get a kick out of this toy. He LOVES switching out the instruments and the different songs, and has learned each instrument's name and sound and developed favorites.

Much to our surprised, my husband and I have also really enjoyed this toy. It's really interesting to sit down with our son and create different sounds for the same song. I'm not sure this is a $100 toy, but it is absolutely a $50 toy and we have been extremely pleased. Highly recommended for 3-5 year-olds and those who are musically inclined!
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