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Musical Instruments

Musical instruments are the essential tools for musicians to produce their beautiful music. There are many different types of musical instruments in the world and each one bears its  own very unique sound. Musical instruments can also be played together and arranged in certain ways and structures to produce great music.

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K380F Wireless BT Karaoke Microphone
HK$ 236.00

Features: [Metal Mesh Head] The metal mesh head is imbedded with sopnge filter to sieve noise. [Exquisite Battery Case] The microphone is powered by two AA battery; and the receiver is powered by a 2800mAh 18650 battery. When filling them in the case, you need to place the battery correctly, negative with - and positive with +. [6.5mm Standard Plug] The 6.5mm connector is suitable for amplifiers, mixers and other equipment; in addition, we will attach a 6.5mm female to 3.5mm converter, allowing you to connect more audio equipment. [Background Music] The microphone and the receiver are automatically connected whenthey are powered on. You can connect the receiver box with your smartphones via BT and play the background music. [Support Karaoke Apps] Support all kinds of karaoke apps, so you can singing and recording the songs you like. Two Ways to Connect the Receiver and the Speaker: 1. Line-in Mode: Plug the 6.5mm or 3.5mm connector in to a audio output device with 6.5mm or 3.5mm audio port. 2. FM Mode: Adjust the FM frequency on an audio output device, which has FM fuction, to match one of the three frequencies on the receiver (Red 105.4MHz, Green 106.7MHz, Blue 107.2MHz). Parameters: Microphone: Operating voltage: 2V-3V, 2 * AA batteries Transmission power: 10Mw Distance used: 15M Sensitivity: -53DB3db Frequency range: 680Mhz-689Mhz (Uhf band) Variable working channel: 10 channels Distortion: 1% Signal to noise ratio: 70db Frequency Response Range: 80Hz-10Khz Microphone impedance: 600Ω30% at1khz Working current: 150Ma Working temperature: -25C-60C Microphone Size: approx. 24.7 * 5.5 * 5.5cm / 9.72 * 2.16 * 2.16in Microphone Weight: approx. 160g / 5.64oz Receiver: Power supply: 18650 rechargeable lithium battery Working current: 200Ma Sample rate: 48Khz Bit width: 16bit Delay: 5ms BT: 2.1 Output amplitude: 100Mv FM transmit frequency: CH1 105.4 MHz; CH2 106.7 MHz; CH3 107.2 MHz Working temperature: -25C-60C Receiver Size: approx. 11.4 * 3.2 * 2.4cm / 4.48 * 1.25 * 0.94in Receiver Weight: approx. 30g / 1.05oz

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Musical Instruments

As much as we all enjoy listening to music, there is a lot of enjoyment and satisfaction that can be found in playing and creating music as well. To even begin to learn music, we would need the most basic thing of all: a musical instrument.  

There are many different types of musical instruments out there, ranging from the traditional and cultural instruments such as the Chinese Gu-Zheng to the more contemporary and modern electronic instruments such as the Yamaha Electone, an electric organ that is  better known as a one-man-orchestra. 

Learning to play music is not an easy task and requires a great deal of effort and time, but the results are always very worthwhile and filled with satisfaction. Playing and creating music requires a lot of coordination, patience, and a creative mind which can be nurtured. It also never too old to learn any musical instrument, regardless of what many people seem to believe. 


The piano is probably the most common musical instrument found in the world; it is also one of the most often learnt instrument. The piano does not reside in any instrument family, although its playing style (hitting of keys) suggests percussion, but the hammer in the piano hits strings that tare strung in the body of the piano, suggesting strings. A typical piano has 88 black and white keys which cover a wide pitch range. The piano, in a sense, is an easier instrument to play compared to others because of its definitive pitch for its individual keys; but it still requires great finess and coordination to master. 

String Instruments 

String instruments are musical instruments that mainly use a set of strings to produce sound. These strings vibrate when played by a bow or by plucking and resonates with the instruments' acoustic body to produce sound; electronical ones work similarly. String instruments mainly consists of the violin family (viola, cello, double bass), the guitar, the bass, the banjo, and also the folk harp. 

Percussion Instruments 

Percussion instruments are instruments that basically form the beat or the tempo of a song, and they also act as a guide for many instruments to play together. Percussion instruments are mostly played by beating, or scrapped. Percussion instruments include one of the oldest forms of musical instruments in the world. The timpani, snare drum, bass drum, cymbals, and the tambourine are all percussion instruments. 

Wind Instruments 

Like its name implies, wind instruments mainly require the flow of air (wind) to produce sound. They also include the subfamily of woodwind and brass instruments. Wind instruments  are mainly made up of horns, trumpets, saxophones, flutes, clarinets, and recorders. Many confuse the difference between brass and woodwind instruments, but they are easily identifiable: When playing brass instruments, the players lips vibrate, causing the air in the instrument to vibrate as well; and woodwind instruments typically require a reed to vibrate or for the player to blow against an open gap to vibrate the air inside.  

Learning a musical instrument brings many benefits to a person: It gives an extra skill, it is also therapeutic, it trains the mind to multitask and greatly improves hand coordination.