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Korg DTR-2000 Rackmount Digital Tuner
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The Korg DTR-2000 Rackmount Digital Tuner displays in cents, hertz, or strobe. It features proprietary circuitry that locks right onto the root tone,...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Korg DTR-2000 Rackmount Digital Tuner displays in cents, hertz, or strobe. It features proprietary circuitry that locks right onto the root tone, ignoring harmonics that confuse cheaper tuners. 7-semitone dropped tunings (a worldwide first), reference pitches from the sound jack, and built-in mic for acoustic tuning provide a wealth of professional options. Tuning modes include chromatic, guitar (6- or 7-string), bass, and 5 types of open tuning. Calibration adjustable from 438-445Hz, select either manual or auto. Lights up rack equipment mounted below.
- Locks right onto the root tone
- Automatically detects the note name
- Displays in cents, hertz, or strobe
- 438-455Hz calibration range
- Chromatic, guitar (6- or 7-string), bass, and 5 types of open tuning
- Reference pitches from the sound jack
- 12-note equal tempered
- Accurate to ±1 cent
- Lights up rack equipment mounted below
- Front panel input and mute
Reviewed by 17 customers
Yes, it pricy and unnecessary, but it looks great, you can see it from accross the room, and it's accurate.If you're willing to pay the price for a tuner - go for it. I would replace this unit in a heartbeat if it were stolen or damaged. Sometimes you just have to have the lights!!!!A 25.00 tuner will do the trick - but it won't look nearly as cool!
Do yourself a favor ! If you are looking for a tuner that delivers accuracy then spend the money and get yourself the Korg DTR-2000. I've read 1 or 2 reviews saying that it doesn't lock in...simple, always tune your guitar with the neck pickup it never fails.
A little pricey but worth every penny because-- Setup was as easy as screwing it into the rack - powering it up - pressing the mute button(this turns on the mic) - and tuning the bass and guitar from across the room, no cords or plugs, easy to read from a distance or close up. Worked equally well thru the mic with both Guitar and Bass, also worked well with cords but not what we want. The whole band can now use one tuner.
Yes, it's an expensive tuner, and that's all it is, is a tuner. But without a doubt if this broke, or was stolen i would replace it in a heartbeat, and pay the same price because of how:1) Accurate it is. (DEAD ON! this thing picks up things Pro's ears don't)2) Easy to use it is (I mean really, you turn it on and tune up)
I was a little bit leary of investing in a rackmountd tuner. My fears vanished the moment I hooked up the DTR-2000 and put it to the test. The display is easy to see and read even at a distance. It is very convenient if you play in standard tuning or even unconventional tunings. The mic pics up accoustic guitars at a reasonable distance and does seem to ignore background noise. I am very happy with this product!
While it is a bit pricey, the features on this thing are incredible. I went with this one over the DTR-1000 because of the built in mic, dual inputs, and the light. One drawback is in order for me to tune my acoustic I have to hold the guitar so close to the unit that it's hard to see the meter LED display, easily fixed by using a cheap karaoke style mic or tuner pickup. This thing is so bright though that you will have no problem tuning in the dark from across the stage. The racklight underneath it could be wider and a bit brighter but no big deal, it gets the job done for lighting up my sonic maximizer. The strobe feature is great as well.
Would not want to try tuninga dbl/lck trem without it.
I love this tuner. The only complaint I have is that in bright sunlight it's hard to see. Otherwise it's great it tracks quickly and accurately -- and I can see it across the stage. I also own a Peterson strobe tuner that I don't use nearly as often.
I bought this tunner about a year ago. I got it because I want to be able to quickly tune a drop-d/drop-c and back again and be able to do it from from across the stage or room. The DTR-2000 does it perfectly. And my guitarist uses it too (that's one reason I got the 2000 instead of the 1000). I could probably tune my bass from across a football field as long as it was night time. I can get a perfect "drop-d" in about 5 seconds (quicker if I really try). I also like the large note display. I've had both a hand held tunner and a "stomp" (foot switch) tuner. I kept forgetting to turn the hand held one off and often found myself of battery power. The "stomp" one was solved that problem because it could use a power block but I always needed to be on top of it to tune and when there is alot of activity on the stage (lights flashing, crowded, smokey ...etc, it was really hard to use) the DTR-2000 on the other hand is a dream. All of these problems go away and it fits in my Rack!!! Even has a light the lights up my rack EQ! Did I mention it also looks great on stage? The only thing about this is it was really expensive!
The DTR-2000 is the best rack tuner money can buy at this time. It's easy to set up, it easy to operate, it's very accurate, and it looks good in the rack. I tune my 5 string bass in less time. Plus, with the built in mic, I can tune my horn players as well as the other guitar players. The DTR-1000 is very good also, but for a little bit more go with the DTR-2000, you will be glad you did. Do your research, you'll see that I'm right on this one.