Korg KORG KDM-2 Digital Metronome
Korg’s KDM-2 is the best metronome for musicians who don’t like to practice while wearing headphones and is designed with two unique features which help separate it from its competitors The KDM-2 is one of the few metronomes with an internal speaker that’s loud enough to be heard while playing drums and there’s also a very noticeable visual panel that blinks in tempo. Like most metronomes it can produce references pitches that can be adjusted to any note.
While it’s the loudest metronome on the market, it still has a 3.5mm headphone jack so you’ll have no problem attaching headphones. There is a volume adjustment dial on the side in case you don’t want to utilize all of its massive volume output. Adding to the list of features are a number of different options for beat settings, a memory function which can recall settings, a tempo dial with a range of 20-252 bpm, and a tap tempo feature. And while constructed smaller than other high-end metronomes, you’re still getting a large LCD display screen without sacrificing any portability. In sum, this pick is perfect for any musician but ideal for younger individuals who don’t yet know how to listen carefully to the metronome.