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A multi-functional, auto-chromatic digital tuner with a standard TS input for electronic instruments and a built-in mic for acoustic instruments, the RACKTUNER BTR2000 also features a versatile metronome with sound output and visual feedback plus integrated rack lights and much more.
Multi-functional tuner including built-in microphone for use with acoustic instruments
Useful metronome, adjustable from 30 to 240 bpm with audible and visual beat indicator. You can also work on-the-fly with the manual TAP tempo function
Integrated, switchable rack lights with high-power LEDs for absolute control over your rack gear
11 different tuner modes (e. g. "chromatic", "banjo" or open tunings) based on 12 equally tempered tones
Manual or automatic A-tone standard pitch calibration from 428 Hz to 452 Hz in 1-Hz increments, transposable by a maximum of ¬¨¬± 7 semitones for especially flexible tuning
Adjustable resolution of the LED bar (5 Cent/LED vs. 1 Cent/LED) enables precise tuning up to the cent, which allows for user-defined tuning systems
Two separate input channels accessible via front and back connectors (controllable via optional footswitch)
Additional 1/4'' TS output for metronome click/reference tone - perfect for monitoring and practice applications
True hardware bypass for highest signal integrity between input and output
Practical Mute function for direct signal muting during tuning (controllable via optional footswitch)