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Onboard Intellitouch PT10 · Afinador
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- Instrumento: Guitarra y bajo
- Forma construcción: Clip
- ¿Cromático?: Sí
- Metrónomo: No
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Descripción del producto
PT10 - afinador automático y cromático Compacto, pequeño, ligero, trabaja preciso y de forma fiable Ideal para guitarras acústicas y guitarras eléctricas, bajos, violines, contrabajos etc. Se sujeta con una pinza en la pala de la guitarra y el sonido "se siente" Insensible al ruido ambiente El diseño de la caja se caracteriza por ser pequeña y plana Pantalla grande con 6 flechas, retroiluminada y de fácil lectura de la nota, en cuanto la afinación es la correcta, toda la pantalla cambia a color verde, mientras no está bién afinada, el color es rojo (verde=in tune/rojo=out of tune) Pantalla con indicador tipo aguja simulada Clip abatible Rango de calibración: 430 - 450 Hz Función Auto-Off (apagado despues de 2 minutos sin uso) Fuente de alimentación: 1x CR2032 batería de bóton (no incluida) Dimensiones: aprox. 52 x 25 x 86 mm Peso: ca. 30 g Color: negro El Intellitouch Tuner revolucionario permite una exacta afinación a pesar del ruido del medio ambiente a cualquier instrumento de cuerda. Instrumentos acústicos especiales como p. ej.: violonchelo, contrabajo, violín, guitarra clásica y guitarra acústica etc.. No requiere un micrófono ni un cable, porque los afinadores "sienten" el tono. Se puede sujetar, doblar o girar p. ej. en la pala o en el puente, para lograr una legibilidad óptima. P. ej. adecuado para guitarra eléctrica, guitarra acústica, bajo, cello, violín, banjo, mandolina y mucho más!
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- Can position the viewer to any angle you want with ease.
- You can view the screen pretty well on an angle.
- Clips onto a thick headstock pretty well and stays.
- Easy to use (interface).
- Stays on the headstock when the bass is put back into its case.
With other vibration tuners, I had problems with all the bullet items above.
Until something better comes along, this is my go-to tuner. And if people are interested why I use this over a pedal based tuner:
- I can tune before I go on stage while my equipment is already on the stage.
- I can take my bass anywhere (even while watching tv on sofa, bed, etc) and still be able to tune it.
- It requires no cables so I can use this with all my basses, guitars, acoustic guitars, banjo, etc.
- Easily fits in my case, so I don't even need to carry around a pedal board or anything else other than case and amp/cab.
Only drawback I found is that I'd like it to be more articulated. You clip it to the headstock and it will easily face any direction except you. You can face it directly toward you if it's upside down, but otherwise it's at an angle. I reversed the clip (mount is off center so it makes a difference) and mount it on the upper edge of the head, allowing the display to point up at me. But that plan might depend on your tuning keys. Either a double articulating mount or a rotating mount would be more useful. After all... what's the point of it facing the way the guitar is facing? The player's head is above the guitar. I'd ding the score by 1/2 star for this, but not a full star, so 5 stars from me.
Only unknown is how long will the 2032 watch battery last? But at $1.25 a piece (in a 10 pack) I don't expect it to be an issue.
* Accuracy, I have not encountered problems tuning specific strings or any string for that matter, it tunes quickly and accurately. There are occasions when the tuner will quickly alternate from green to red possibly giving the appearance of a malfunction however this is simply its way of informing the user that a very slight tuning adjustment is necessary. I have not tested it with others playing around me so I cannot attest to the affects of ambient noise but it rated quite well in that area;
* Price, this tuner is replacing a Korg mic based tuner which had a similar price point $30.00, but was vastly inferior to this one. So I don't consider price to be an issue;
* Location of controls, there are two controls on the tuner which are located on the right side of the unit and are separated by an adequate amount of space. The power button is on top and the A-Ref button below it. I have used the power button repeatedly and have never mistaken it for the A-Ref button or vice versa which some found to be an issue. I suspect that the location of the tuner could play a role in any button mishaps; I keep mine behind the D tuning peg which provides easy access to the power button but not to the A-Ref button;
* Batteries, I bought a double pack for $3.00 at Walmart they were easy to find and inexpensive.
Summary: I like this tuner very much, particularly the display which is large, clear and bright. I have not encountered any of the issues that others have posted; however, I do see one potential flaw in its design. While the tuner is seated on a ball pivot which provides a great deal of flexibility, I have found that there are just a couple of useful positions which can be obtained on the headstock. It seems clear to me that the tuner is intended to sit behind the D tuning peg where it functions quite well and provides clear visibility to the user, but somewhat limited access to the A-Ref button. I am quite happy keeping mine in this position particularly since the A-Ref button is not something that I use very often, but I suppose that this limitation could be a potential issue for some. It would be nice to have additional positioning options, other than that it's great.