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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Broke with very little use. I bought this for my son when he was 4 months hoping it might make tummy time a little more fun as he absolutely loves music and when I pressed the buttons on this toy in the store he grinned from ear-to-ear. Unfortunately the buttons inside the fish are pretty impossible for young babies to press. At 6 months now he still has not figured it out and he is pretty advanced in most things. He likes the buttons that change the settings but they don't play sounds or music. Needless to say it did not get much use since he couldn't press the buttons. I don't know if the product I had was dropped at some point or what but a few days after I took it home I realized that the "classical" setting would not stop playing. It just went on and on forever! At first I wondered if it was supposed to be this way and then eventually the "tactile tunes" started doing the same thing! Once a fish was pressed they just repeated themselves forever until I finally switched the toy off in the back. I don't think I would buy another one. 05/07/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good product My son received this as a gift, he couldn't really play with it until he was about 6 months. The buttons are hard for them to press but now that he's 11 months he can press them on his own. I usually sit with him and play with this toy and whether he's pressing them or I'm pressing them he loves it! The music is nicer and more soothing than most baby toys. 12/03/2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Babysitter! We absolutely love the Sensory Symphony. It keeps my daughter entertained while we are getting ready. She is six months old and has figured out how to make the sounds. It says specifically on the box that it is for ages 6 months and up! Please be advised that this is not for younger ages. Also, when your child hits the classical button, be prepared for non-stop music. 05/01/2012
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