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Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube
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- Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube
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Toy cube provides musical foundation for little ones -- Interactive cube teaches how sounds combine to create 8 Mozart masterpieces;Includes harp, French horn, piano, flute and violin instrument sounds;Features bright colours such as yellow, green, purple and magenta to engage babies;Made with soft, rounded corners, it's easy and safe for baby to hold. Recommended for budding young composers of all ages; requires three AA batteries (included);One of the top-selling musical toys on Amazon USA (#3 in Music & Sound Pre-Kindergarten toys, #7 in Music and Sound toys for babies and toddlers).Highly well rated based on 970+ customer reviews on Amazon USA!!! - See below for reviews
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A little while ago, I decided I still really missed the toy, and I now had another baby who might enjoy it. Thus I bought it because I figured we could return it if it was really that bad.
I honestly think that it is better than the old one! It has nicer colors, an improved battery compartment cover, and better synchronization of the instruments.
The Embryonics version was purple and yellow and, in my opinion, kind of ugly. As you can see in the pictures, the Munchkin version is all different colors and visually appealing.
The sound quality is just as good, and the batteries get used up a little more slowly in the Munchkin version. The battery compartment cover now has two screws (rather than a screw and a tab that put stress on the cover every time you had to put it back on) plus a pull-out box that contains the three batteries.
On the Embryonics version, sometimes the instruments were out of sync. We had this problem from the start. It just seemed that one or two instruments were slightly behind the others. We've used our Munchkin version plenty but haven't yet run into this problem.
I'm not sure why some other reviewers are knocking the sound quality (whether or not it's compared to the Embryonics version). This isn't an orchestra; it's a child's toy. It introduces them to some new music plus some musical instruments they might not encounter otherwise. Do the individual instruments sound like the real thing? Kind of. But again, it's a child's toy. The sound quality does tend to suffer as the batteries start to die, but that's to be expected. It gets quieter and flatter, like the instruments are slightly out of tune.
I'm generally not a big fan of noise-making toys, especially ones that play music because the music tends to be very annoying. I don't find the music from this box annoying; in fact, it bothered me so little that I sought out this particular toy two years after throwing out the original, broken one.
My only complaint is that I wish the box had a lower volume setting. The music can be a little loud, especially when it's got new batteries. That would probably help retain some battery life, too.
Overall, my baby loves this toy, and my 3-year-old, who loved it as a baby, still loves it. They actually play with it together, which is rare. The older one recognizes the instruments and likes to show his younger brother what they are.
Oh, and if you're like me and hesitated to buy this because it's supposedly crappy compared to the Embryonics version, fret not and just order it. You'll be glad you did, and if you disagree, pack it back up and return it.
I'm also aware that this toy is what many have called a cheaper reproduction of the original that was out many years ago, but the product I received is pretty good too. The Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube is very engaging and while others have said the music sounds "tinny", I didn't find that to be the case at all. I'm no music expert, but to my ears, each of the instrumental sounds is clear and pretty to me! I'm sure the original was really great but this one is pretty nice too. I suspect that maybe I received a newer model and the quality has been improved and if that's the case, I HIGHLY recommend the purchase of this toy. The instruments sound lovely, the songs are pleasant and will not annoy you as other toys do, and most of all, this toy is educational because it engages children to think and can be enjoyed for many, many years to come!
UPDATE: 4/16/15: We've had this nearly 5 months now, and my son is 14 months old. This is STILL his favorite toy. He hits the button to start the music, then sits next to it and rocks to the song...when it goes off he starts another instrument. Excellent toy, especially considering how long he's used it!
UPDATE: 1/5/16: It's been two years now, and he still uses this. This is a must buy if your little one is about 1 and loves music.
In all fairness, and for full disclosure, if you were to play, for example, the French Horn on the toy, and then listen to an actual French Horn being played right there in the room with you, the toy version would obviously sound like a digital replication. Sans musician Diva criticisms, your child will definitely be able to recognize the sound of a French Horn when they hear one in person, and you will be exposing them to wonderful music at the same time. Beautiful music affects the brain in beautiful ways, whether by way of a fun toy or in person.