... more or less. My first perception of this product was that someone had put it together on a budget and used the absolute minimum spec of every component. The microphones are probably of a lesser quality than you'd find in the average telephone these days, and the CD-player reproduction is somewhat reminiscent of a 40-odd-year-old transistor radio ( for those of us old enough to remember! ). One of the knobs ( unfortunately, the one that switches it on and off ) was broken when it came out of the box and we had to contact the supplier for a replacement.
On the other hand: it is what it is. The average 3-year-old is not going to measure the quality of the microphones against a Shure SM58 stage mike, nor are they going to observe that a Sony CD player would give better sound quality; and the fact of the matter is that despite the observations above, my granddaughter loved it and has driven her mum mad with it from the moment the batteries went in ( by the by, don't forget that the batteries will probably add another fiver or so to the price, depending where you get them ). As regards the knob being broken, to be fair, the seller ( Virtual School Consultancy ) did make every effort to provide a replacement as quickly as they could, and the fact that the courier ( Hermes ) lost the first replacement that was sent out was not their fault. Due credit to Angela at Virtual School Consultancy for dealing with this by e-mail and telephone whilst she was actually on holiday.
There it is then: overall I'd recommend it, inasmuch as I don't doubt my 3-year-old granddaughter would recommend it, and ultimately it's the end user of any product that is the best and final judge!