Seiko DM50S Clip Digital Metronome (Silver)
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- It has clear and loud sound from diminutive body
- The flashing light indicates tempo
- It has adjustable volume (4 Steps)
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall I would say it is a great tool to begin rhythm basics during practice, but a louder metronome should be considered to accompany actual instruments when composing or preparing for a performance.
It is also fairly sturdy. While the clip spring is strong, I have dropped mine on the concrete highway several times during runs with no damage. It is not indestructable, however. I have owned three DM50s now. I did crush one once while it was in my pocket and I was carrying a bag of concrete against it.
They do have a very surprizing long battery life. I don't know what that actually is but, after using mine nearly everyday for at least a half an hour each run, mine continued to work as new for over two years.
While the volume is adustable, the lowest setting is not as low as I would like it when I run with others. I actually taped over the speaker holes on mine and I thought it was still a little loud when running at night with only one other runner. When in a group of runners, the lowest setting is not too bad. Most people think the noise is somehow my heart rate.
I also use my metronome when training on my bicycle. I have a cadence monitor on my bike but the volume of the DM50 makes it easy to use while wearing a bike helmet without having to look at the device.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this metronome to clip on the rim of my 5 string banjo to assist me in practicing Scruggs style bluegrass type picking. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Doug Lindsay
I use it to encourage a cadence of 3 steps per second in road racing. I drill a hole and hang it around my neck with a beaded chain.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this Seiko DM50S metronome for running, not for any sort of musical use, so I am going to rate it as used for running. I see that others have done the same thing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by It's Me, Sven!
Bought this on a recommendation from a run group to help me increase & steady my pace. Works great!Published 14 months ago by paobs6
its just like the other reviewers say, its LOUD when it needs to be or very quiet, easy to use, I really like it.Published 14 months ago by ben