#3
Wrong section.

Also, your link wouldn't work for me, but judging by the url, it's a midi controller rather than a keyboard. It can't be used as a standalone keyboard.
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#4
The oxygen is a midi controller, so, you plug it into your computer or a piece of rack equipment and get your sounds out of that, it has no onboard sounds of it's own.

Hope that addresses your question.
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#5
the M-Audio Oxygen 8 is a USB connected MIDI controller. It doesn't have any on board sounds but this one is quite useful as it has some presets you can program.
You need to connect these to a computer or hardware synth to get sound.

I do think this product is a little high in price for the amount of keys you get. I would never work with something under 49 keys.

More info here:
http://www.tweakheadz.com/how_to_get_started_with_midi.html
http://www.tweakheadz.com/MIDI_keyboard_controllers.htm
http://www.tweakheadz.com/tips_on_buying_a_keyboard.html