5.0 out of 5 stars | Good Buy!
Size: 61 Keys
The media could not be loaded. I have been enjoying the Vangoa key board for about a week now and have enjoyed playing with it. It has a bunch of built in sounds and connectivity to your computer which I haven't had the opportunity to check out yet. Works best with headphones or external speakers, like in my video.
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018 by Lance Allen
4.0 out of 5 stars | Pretty good for the price!
Size: 61 Keys
I love the way this keyboard looks. It's so compact, and I'm surprised that the body is (almost) entirely aluminum! I believe the body is extruded, because it has plastic caps on the left and right sides, presumably where the extrusion was cut. For the speakers being under the keyboard keys, they actually still sound fine. Totally good enough for practicing and learning. I bought it because I want to learn a few songs Here are the imperfections I've noticed with my keyboard, but most are very minor: 1. my E key on the 2nd octave will start glitching out if you're pressing all the keys next to it. I don't know why. 2. The bright red logo on middle C is easy to scratch off if you find it distracting like me, although this will leave you with scratch marks. Pick your poison. 3. The left-most piano key rubs on the control panel housing, and has extra friction. The right-most key doesn't have any issues 4. The control panel buttons are stiff, difficult to feel for without looking, and kinda loud. Works fine though, has all the important functions. 5. Some of the black piano keys will get very slightly stuck at the top, which makes them have a slightly inconsistent key feel, if you're paying attention for it. Overall the black keys are a little more spongy-feeling than the white ones. 6. The OLED screen on the control panel was slightly crooked in mine, and it doesn't have adjustable brightness, so it might be a bit bright if you're practicing at night. 7. The little sustain pedal that was included is very noisy and bad, but hey, I didn't expect it to come with one at all! But I used my own pedal with the included adapter (1/4th inch female to 3.5mm male) instead. But the adapter is a bit faulty, it doesn't work if you insert it all the way. You have to pull it out about 1mm before it starts working. 8. The keys will trigger the sound at about the half-way point, which feels pretty early to me. But seems like something I will get used to quickly
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2019 by NikWillOrStuff
3.0 out of 5 stars | Poor sound quality and very low sound.
Size: 61 Keys
I read the reviews and thought this would be a decent keyboard. We needed a slim keyboard for limited space, and this was a little more than we wanted to pay for a beginner child’s keyboard, but went for it thinking the quality would be good at least. It was for Christmas, but I went ahead and opened it up and plugged it in. First, I will say that it looks good. Not quite great, but good. It is slim, as desired, and seems to be decently built. However, the sound is very poor quality. I can only imagine the good reviews are paid reviews because not only does it have poor quality sound, but the highest volume is quite low. It does not get loud at all. Keeping in mind, I purchased this for a child.... a $30 “play” keyboard has about the same sound quality. Going to have to send this one back.
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2020 by A.M.
5.0 out of 5 stars | It's a great surprise! This is a wonderful piano keyboard. I recommend for ANY level musicians!
Size: 61 Keys
I was looking for a piano keyboard for my 11 years old to learn how to play it. I was looking for a touch-sensitive full-size keyboard. My first attempt was to start looking for a major brand such as Yamaha, Rolland, and Casio. Their products are traditional looking, the design never changes since the '80s, bulky, heavy, and big. Then, I found this one, but I was skeptical not knowing well about the maker. The simple design caught my eyes. It was a very refreshing surprise when I first open this product. It is really well made. The touch of keys is not cheesy at all. Touch-sensitive works very well. I have played real piano since I was 3 years old until 25. I am not a beginner or novice about playing the piano. And, I am extremely happy to own this keyboard. I bought this for my daughter to learn how to play. Yet, I am the one who plays the most in the house! I recommend this product to any level of piano players. Only the disappointment is that I don't think that this piano can't be charged to play cordless. But, the battery will make it heavier. So, I guess it's a sacrifice.
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2020 by M. Horikoshi
3.0 out of 5 stars | Good for the Price and For Fun
Size: 61 Keys
If you want a solid keyboard, decent key action and sound independent of a computer, this is a pretty good keyboard. I would say this is best for people who like messing around on the piano with the ability to have a built in speaker, okay key action, and options for headphone, etc. Sounds pretty good when plugged into good external speakers. Internal speakers are not that great and get pretty distorted even at a moderate volume, but still passable for messing around. The "touch" sensitive default function (can be turned off) doesn't work great with some of the voices, like church organ and others. Lots of missed notes if you don't decisively press. This doesn't happen when touch sensitive is turned off, but then each strike is of identical volume, so lower notes drown out higher notes. I really like the key action. It's not weighted, but it doesn't feel like cheap plasticky keys. Plus you've got lots of keys, which is great. I'm happy with the purchase, for fun and messing around, but this is not a performance piano and maybe not the best for serious learning. It's a good value for the price, and a neat little unit, but with the numerous drawbacks described above.. The power plug is a little strange too since it protrudes from the unit and is just asking to get knocked and broken. This unit also would be great if it could be battery powered also. Some type of case would have been nice too. Though I am not sure anyone would want to take this traveling, to practice or whatever, unless you just wanted to have it with you to mess around for fun. Watch some online videos and you'll get a good sense of what this is. It is about what I expected.
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2021 by Renrut50